Martinez Police blotter for Feb. 1-15, 2019

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On February 1st at 4:36 am, Officer Ramos responded to the 1800 block of Redwood Dr. for an unknown subject knocking on the door. Officer Ramos contacted the man, who was intoxicated. The man was arrested for public intoxication and booked into MDF. Case# 19- 345.

At 7:00 am, Officer Sousa responded to the 3800 block of Vista Oaks Dr. for a stolen vehicle report. The 1999 Ford F350 was stolen between 8:00 pm and 6:45 am. Case# 19-346.

At 8:00 am, Officer Voyvodich responded to 100 Bridgehead Rd. for a 2011 Ford F550 dump truck that was stolen. Case# 19-347.

At 9:27 pm, officers responded to 6688 Alhambra Ave. for a report of a possible intoxicated driver. Officer Parsons arrived and located the vehicle in the parking lot. The driver, a 24- year-old from Concord, had been involved in a vehicle collision within the parking lot of Safeway. Officer Parsons contacted the driver and after an investigation arrested him for 23152 a/b CVC (Driving Under the Influence) and 1203.2 PC (Violate Probation). The man was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility (MDF). Case# 19-352.

At 11:56 pm, Officer Angoco was on foot patrol in the area of the Martinez Skate Park when he contacted a 40-year-old female from Martinez. While citing her for being in the park after hours, Officer Angoco noticed she was in possession of methamphetamine. He arrested her for 11377 (a) H&S and the MMC violation. Case# 19-353.

On February 2nd at 2:59 am, officers responded to 3012 Howe Rd. (Tower Mart) for a report of a silent alarm. While investigating, Corporal Baillie contacted a 25-year-old man from Fairfield who had a felony warrant for his arrest. He was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility (MDF). Case# 19-354 by Officer Parsons.

At 10:47 am, Officer Sousa stopped a man on Sycamore Ave. near Plaza Drive. The man, who is on probation, was found to be in possession of about .5g of methamphetamine. He was arrested and released at the scene with a citation. Case# 19-355.

Officer Sousa responded to a stolen vehicle report at 7-11, located at 4141 Alhambra Avenue. The vehicle was stolen between 2/1/19 at 6:00 pm, and 2/2/19 at 11:49 am. The vehicle is a 2000 Honda Civic CA/6NJX590. Case# 19-356.

At 12:40 pm, Officer Sousa made a traffic stop in the area of Court Street and Pine Street. The occupant of the vehicle was found to be in possession of a driver’s license that was not his, which he stated he found in a dumpster. There was no match for the suspect, who was subsequently booked into MDF. Deputies fingerprinted him and found he had provided a false name. He had several outstanding warrants from Pennsylvania, however they would not extradite. Case# 19-356.

On February 3rd at 11:06 am, Officer Sousa responded to Home Depot for a man who had stolen from the store. The man was cite released. Case# 19-362.

At 5:05 pm, Officer Angoco was dispatched to Morello Ave. and Marie Ave. for a suspicious person. He contacted a man who is on post release community supervision (PRCS) probation with search and seizure. During the search he was in possession of a controlled substance. He was cited and released at the scene.

At 12:43 am, Officer Lucido covered Officer Breinig on a traffic stop at Pine Street and Bush Street. Officer Lucido contacted the passenger, and he arrested her for being under the influence of a drug and possession of a controlled substance. She was arrested and released from the PD. Case# 19-376.

On February 6th at 9:51 am, Acting Lt. Steve Gaul arrested a man at Marina Vista Park for an outstanding warrant. The man was booked into county Jail. Case# 19-397.

At 1:36 pm, Officer Voyvodich located a man at the Lotus Apartments (3979 Alhambra Ave.). The man had a warrant for his arrest and fled on foot through the complex. Officer Voyvodich pursued him and he was detained after he was stopped by the deployment of a Taser. The man was booked into county jail. Case# 19-401.

At 11:21 pm, Officer Lucido received a LPR (license plate reader) hit on a stolen Dodge Dart E/B Hwy 4. Officer Lucido located the car on Hwy 4 at Morello Avenue followed by a CHP unit. Officer Lucido caught up to the CHP unit at which time the CHP unit tried to stop the car. The car fled and a pursuit was initiated. Officer Lucido stayed in the pursuit until a second CHP unit joined at Solano Way. Case# 19-405.

At 1:38 pm, Officer Espinoza contacted a man at Rankin Park. The man had two outstanding warrants for his arrest. He was arrested and booked into MDF. Case# 19- 404.

On February 7th at 1:18 pm, Officer Leong responded to an auto burglary that had occurred between 8:30 am and 1:15 pm. The door of his truck, parked in the area of Willow St. and Mellus St., had been pried open and approximately $5,500.00 of radio controlled vehicles were taken. Investigation ongoing. Officer Leong, case# 19-408.

On February 8th at 8:28 am, Officer Buda was dispatched the park-n-ride at Alhambra Ave. and Franklin Canyon for a suspicious auto. He contacted a man who had two warrants for his arrest. He was also in possession of a controlled substance. Officer Buda arrested the man and booked him into MDF. Case# 19-413.

At 6:28 pm, a man came to the lobby of MPD in order to get a towed vehicle released. He had a felony warrant for his arrest and was booked in the Martinez Detention Facility (MDF). Case# 19-412 by Officer Angoco.

At 9:56 pm, Sgt. Salamid conducted a traffic stop at Pacheco Boulevard at Center Avenue. He contacted the driver, a 50-year-old man from San Francisco. The man, who is on probation and had a suspended driver license, was in possession of 2.0 grams of methamphetamine. He was arrested for 11377(a) H&S and 14601.2(a) CVC and cite released. Case# 19-420.

At 11:38 pm, Sgt. Salamid was on foot patrol in the 500 block of Court Street when he stumbled upon a 57-year-old man from Martinez actively smoking methamphetamine. The man was also in possession of .5 grams of methamphetamine. He was arrested for 11377(a) H&S and 11364 H&S and cite released. Case# 19-421.

On February 9th at 12:13 am, Officer Parsons contacted a suspicious vehicle near the Martinez Harbor Master’s office. He contacted a 38-year-old man from Concord. The man had a misdemeanor warrant for his arrest. He was cited and released. Case# 19- 422.

At 12:49 am, Corporal Ballie and Reserve Officer Hue were on patrol when they saw a car in the intersection of Pacheco Blvd. and Howe Rd. driving in circles or doing “donuts”. They conducted a traffic stop and contacted the driver, a 22-year-old man from Concord. Inside the vehicle was a concealed 9mm pistol, a short barreled unregistered high powered assault rifle and an illegal 40 round magazine. The man was arrested for the following charges: 30605(a) PC. (Possess Assault Rifle), 32215 PC (Possess Short Barreled Rifle), 32310 PC (Posses High Capacity Magazine), 25400(a) PC (Possess Concealed Weapon in Vehicle) and 23103 CVC (Reckless Driving). He was booked in to the Martinez Detention Facility (MDF) on $190,000 bail. Case# 19-423 by Corporal Baillie.

At 2:31 am, officers responded to the 2300 block of Saxon Street for a report of a female screaming in the street. They contacted the 40-year-old woman from San Anselmo, and they found she had a no bail felony warrant for her arrest. She was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility (MDF), Case# 19-424 by Officer Parsons.

At 10:34 am, Officer Ramos contacted a 39-year-old man from Martinez that was near Copart, 2801 Waterfront Road. The man had a keyring with multiple shaved and bump keys on it. He was arrested and cited at the scene for 466 PC (Possess Burglary Tools). Case# 19-425.

At 2:29 pm, Officer Sousa contacted a 32-year-old man in front of 7-11 at 3520 Pacheco Boulevard. The man is on probation and a search of his person revealed approximately 3 grams of methamphetamine and a pipe. He was arrested and cited at the scene. Case# 19-426.

At 3:29 pm, Officer Angoco located a stolen vehicle on EB SR4 which he had been alerted to by the TAS system. The vehicle yielded on the SR4 ramp to I680 and the driver, a 39-year-old woman from Pittsburg, was arrested without incident. Case# 19-427.

At 4:06 pm, Officer Sousa contacted several subjects walking in the area of Buckley Street and Talbart Street. During a search of their persons he located methamphetamine, heroin and a needle on one of them. The man was arrested and cited at the scene. Case# 19-428.

At 7:28 pm, officers responded to 709 Ferry St. (Nu Rays Bar) for a report of a fight within the bar. Officers arrived and contacted a 48-year-old man from Concord. He was asked to leave by bar staff and he attacked one of the bar staff members. Bar staff did not desire prosecution. The man, who was highly intoxicated, was arrested for 647(f) PC (Public Intoxication). He was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility (MDF). Case# 19-429 by Officer Angoco.

On February 10th at 3:17 pm, officers responded to the Able West Auto Center, 3925 Alhambra Avenue for an audible alarm. An intoxicated man was contacted on the property who refused to identify himself. He was later identified at MDF and booked into MDF by Officer Angoco. Case# 19-431.

At 10:33 pm, Officer Parsons conducted a traffic stop at Howe Road at Catalpa Street. He contacted a 21-year-old man from Vallejo. The man had a misdemeanor warrant for his arrest and was cite released. Case# 19-433.

At 10:56 pm, officers responded to 735 Escobar St. (Marina Market) and contacted a 24- year-old woman from Oakley. She had been advised by the store clerk to leave the property several times. She was arrested for 602 PC (Trespassing) and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility (MDF). Case# 19-434 by Officer Parsons.

On February 11th at 3:58 pm, Officer Miller took a stolen vehicle report from a business in the 100 block of Howe Road. Case# 19-435.

At 8:13 pm, Officer Breinig responded to a residence in the 400 block of Gilger Avenue for a welfare check regarding a gunshot heard earlier in the day. Officer Breinig received no answer at the door and conducted a walk around the residence for a welfare check due to the nature of the call. During the welfare check he looked through a window to see if anyone was injured or in need of assistance. At that time, he saw a large amount of marijuana, an assault type rifle and two handguns. A male resident was ultimately arrested for possession of a controlled substance for sale and several weapons violations. Case# 19-437.

On February 12th at 9:28 am, Officer Winslett took an auto burglary report from a resident in the 300 block of Orchard View Avenue. The victim provided video of the suspect breaking into the vehicle and taking approximately $1000.00 in tools. The investigation is continuing. Case# 19-440.

At 6:39 pm, Officer Lincoln responded to the UPS store on Arnold Drive for a male subject urinating in the store. The subject was arrested for public intoxication. Case# 19-444.

On February 13th at 7:41 am, Officer Winslett took an auto burglary report from a resident in the 6400 block of Valley Oak Plaza. The vehicle window was broken to gain entry. Taken from under the seat was a backpack which contained a firearm in a locked case. Case# 19-448.

At 9:58 am, Officer Carney took an auto burglary report from a resident in the 5300 block of Degnan Drive. Taken was approximately $1000 in softball equipment. Case# 19-456.

At 11:09 am, Officer Winslett responded to a residence in the 300 block of Pikes Court for a theft from an auto; clothing items were taken. Case# 19-461.

At 3:11 pm, Officer Lincoln arrested a man in the 700 block of Main Street for public intoxication. Case# 19-466.

On February 14th at 7:52 am, Officer Miller responded to a collision in the 1000 block of Ward Street where a male driver struck a parked vehicle and pushed it into another vehicle. The driver was arrested for driving under the influence, DUI probation violation and a warrant. Case# 19-472.

At 12:29 pm, Sergeant Busciglio arrested a woman in the 1100 block of Arnold Drive for an outstanding warrant. Case# 19-480.

At 1:05 pm, Officer Miller contacted a man and woman in their vehicles at an apartment complex in the 3900 block of Alhambra Avenue. Both were in possession of stolen mail and homemade mailbox keys. They were arrested, and the man was also charged with possession of controlled substance for sale. The woman had an additional charge of being under the influence of a controlled substance. Case# 19-482.

At 7:33 pm, Officer Lincoln attempted to make a traffic stop on a Cadillac SUV on eastbound Highway 4 at Highway 680. The Cadillac was driven by a suspected wanted subject. The Cadillac fled and a short pursuit ensued until the Cadillac struck another vehicle, at which time the pursuit was terminated. Case# 19-488.

On February 15th at 12:48 am, Officer Breinig responded to a solo vehicle collision into a pole at Court Street and Ward Street. The male driver walked toward the county jail, where he was contacted and arrested for driving under the influence. Case# 19-489.

At 10:34 am, Officer Souza responded to the 700 block of Ferry Street for a suspicious man checking for unlocked vehicles, and possibly gaining entry into one vehicle. The man was contacted in the 800 block of Escobar Street and arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance. Case# 19-490.

At 2:43 pm, Officer Voyvodich arrested a man in the 1100 block of Ferry Street for a warrant. Case# 19-493.

At 3:42 pm, Officer Angoco responded to the area of Glacier Drive and Muir Road for a man possibly abusing a dog. The man was arrested for a probation violation and possession of drug paraphernalia. The dog was released to Animal Services. Case# 19- 494.

At 4:53 pm, Officer Carney investigated a theft from a vehicle at the Pacheco Transit Hub. There were no signs of forced entry into the vehicle. Case# 19-495.

At 6:00 pm, Officer Lucido took a burglary report from a location in the 500 block of Ward Street. The front door was pried open and approximately $10,000.00 in music equipment was taken. Case# 19-496.

At 8:48 pm, Officer Breinig arrested a woman for public intoxication in the 500 block of Main Street. Case# 19-497.

Thanks to Chief Manjit Sappal and Renee Jacobs of the the Martinez Police Department.

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