Police blotter for June 1-15, 2018

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On June 1st at 11:00 am, officers were dispatched to Home Depot for a possible theft. Sergeant Gaul located the suspect vehicle on Morello Avenue at SR-4. He contacted the man from Vallejo. He was found to be in possession of numerous credit cards and ID’s. One confirmed stolen at this time. He was also arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia. He was cite released. Case# 18-1264.

At 1:00 pm Corporal Poertner stopped a vehicle on 680 at Pacheco Boulevard. The driver was arrested for driving with a suspended license for DUI. He was cite released. Case# 18-1268.

At 4:30 pm Officer Buda responded to Home Depot regarding a theft. Three men entered the store and stole power tools. Case# 18-1269.

At 6:48 pm officers responded to Marina Market and contacted a man who was previously warned not to return per the owner’s request. He was arrested for trespassing and violation of probation. He was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility (MDF). Case# 18-1270.

At 8:25 pm officers responded to 1311 Pine Street for a report of a hit and run. The suspect was in a black BMW which Corporal Mayberry located near Walgreens. The suspect was positively identified by a witness and was booked into MDF. Case# 18- 1271.

Concord PD learned through the FBI of a social media post by a Pleasant Hill Middle School Student about a shooting planned at the school. During Concord PD’s investigation they learned the student did not live in their city, but lives in Martinez. An investigation took place. Concord PD stopped the child and conducted an interview. MPD Detectives were called out and it is believed there was no actual plan to conduct the act, but the threat had been made on social media. The juvenile and his parent cooperated and the juvenile was booked into juvenile hall by Concord PD. In an abundance of precaution, the Martinez Unified School District was notified of the case. MPD Case# 18-1272.

On June 2nd at 8:00 am, Corporal Poertner responded to the 1300 Block of Hull Lane. A 2013 Mini Cooper was stolen overnight and located several blocks away. Case# 18- 1274.

Officer Leong responded to Eagle Marine for a burglary that occurred overnight. A laptop was stolen. Case# 18-1275.

At 1:10 pm Corporal Poertner stopped a vehicle in the 3900 block of Alhambra Avenue. He contacted a man from Antioch. The man was arrested for possession/transportation of Cocaine Base for sales, resisting/obstructing an officer and violating probation. He was in possession of 21 individual wrapped baggies with a total weight of 9.3 grams. Corporal Poertner also seized $600.00. The suspect was booked into MDF. Case# 18- 1277

At 6:28 pm officers responded to 314 Embarcadero to investigate a report that someone was on the property who was not supposed to be there. During the investigation, Corporal Mayberry learned that an adult female verbally argued with another person and during the verbal argument, the female pepper sprayed the other person out of anger. The female was arrested and booked into MDF. Case# 18-1278.

On June 3rd at 8:30 am, Officer Lincoln stopped a vehicle on Marina Vista at Shell Avenue. He contacted a man from Oakley. The man was arrested for driving with a suspended license for DUI. He was cite released. Case# 18-1282.

On June 4th at 2:34 am, there was a fire on the hillside behind 7 Eleven (3520 Pacheco Boulevard) and just down from the reservoir. It was small and quickly extinguished by the fire department. The cause is unknown at this time and is not believed to be arson.

At 12:55 pm Officer Winslett responded to a residence in the 1900 block of Mono Drive for a burglary report. Unknown subject(s) kicked open the front door to the residence and activated the audible alarm. It appears subject(s) fled after the alarm sounded and no entry was made into the residence. Case# 18-1288.

At 10:39 pm Officer Parsons responded to a hit and run collision in the 500 block of Soto Street, where the driver fled on foot. Shortly after, a resident in the 400 block of Soto Street reported a subject on her roof attempting to gain access through a small window. Officer Parsons located the male subject and determine he was also responsible for the hit and run one block away. The subject was arrested. Case# 18-1291.

On June 5th at 7:53 am, Officer Carney responded to Arnold Drive and Old Orchard Drive for a vehicle collision involving three vehicles. Case# 18-1293.

At 9:09 am Officer Angoco responded to the 600 block of Main Street for a battery. A male subject was arrested for the battery and probation violation. Case# 18-1295.

At 1:27 pm PA Tolliver located an abandoned stolen vehicle in the 1700 block of Pine Street. Det. Miller responded to recover the vehicle. Case# 18-1297.

On June 6th 1:29 am, Officer Parsons arrested a male subject at a residence in the 200 block of Kingston Court for being under the influence of a controlled substance. Case# 18-1303.

At 10:20 am Officer Angoco arrested a female in the 2300 block of Pine Street for a warrant. Case# 18-1304.

On June 8th at 2:03 am, Officer Parson, during a traffic enforcement stop, arrested the female passenger for possession of a controlled substance for sale. Case# 18-1326.

At 8:58 am Corporal Mayberry responded to Vicente High School for a possible threat of a shooting to occur. The threat was deemed not credible, as this rumor had resurfaced from approximately 2-weeks prior. The matter was handled within the school. Inc# 1806080014.

At 10:03 am officers responded to a residence in the 800 block of S. Harbor View Drive for an unknown female on the porch. The subject, who had special needs, was reunited with her mother. Inc# 1806080021.

Officer Voyvodich took a burglary report at the Mt. View Association club house. Case# 18-1329.

At 1:59 pm Officer Voyvodich arrested a man for a warrant at county hospital. Case# 18- 1332.

At 2:07 pm Corporal Mayberry arrested a man for trespassing at the old Amtrak Station. Case# 18-1333.

At 2:12 pm numerous businesses lost power in the downtown area. At 2:30 pm, a small explosion from an underground PG&E vault was reported in the 1200 block of Escobar Street. PG&E determined both issues were related. At least 4500 customers were without power. PG&E estimated restoration of power to be at 5:30 pm.

At 10:18 pm Sergeant Busciglio contacted a man at Marina Market for public intoxication. The man was transported and a criminal case is being forwarded to the DA’s office. Case# 18-1335.

On June 9th at 2:51 am, Sergeant Busciglio arrested a man at the marina for driving on a suspended license. The man’s vehicle was also towed. Case# 18-1337.

At 1:45 hours Officer Lincoln arrested a man on South Buchanan Circle for driving on a suspended license. Case# 18-1338.

At 3:00 pm Officer Brinser arrested a man for public intoxication. The man had been involved in a verbal argument in the 100 block of Carquinez Scenic Drive. Case# 18- 1339.

At 8:54 pm Officer Ramos arrested a man for possession of a controlled substance and probation violation at Chevron on Pacheco Boulevard. Case# 18-1340.

At 10:15 pm Officer Ramos took a theft report at 6710 Alhambra Avnue (Valero). A women’s purse was taken from her vehicle. Case# 18-1341.

On June 10th at 12:17 am, Officer Brinser responded to Ward Street and Court Street for a hit and run collision with no injuries. Case# 18-1342.

At 6:30 am Officer Lincoln took a report of vehicles being broken into in the 1400 block of Ashwood Drive. All incidents occurred during the evening prior. The vehicle windows were smashed to gain entry. Case# 18-1343.

At 9:30 am Sergeant Gaul contacted a man possessing a credit card that did not belonged to him. Sergeant Gaul later learned the card was stolen and used at multiple locations. A report was forwarded to the DA’s office. Case# 18-1344.

At 2:45 pm Sergeant Gaul contacted several people in a van in the 800 block of Howe Road. One man was arrested for possession of a controlled substance. Case# 18-1345.

At 4:15 pm Officer Lincoln responded to Nancy Boyd Park. A man was down and unresponsive. CPR was administered, but was unsuccessful in reviving the subject. The County Coroner’s Office responded. No foul play is suspected. Case# 18-1346. . At 7:16 pm officers stopped and detained a woman for a reported DUI/hit and run that occurred in the county’s jurisdiction. CHP responded to take over the investigation. Case# 18-1348.

At 7:46 pm Officer Ramos took a vandalism report from a man whose tires were slashed in the Home Depot parking lot. Case# 18-1347.

On June 11th at 3:26 pm, Officer Leong arrested a man in the 1200 block of Estudillo Street for being under the influence of a controlled substance. The man was initially reported as acting erratic in his truck while at the Franklin Canyon Park & Ride, but was gone upon officers’ arrival. Shortly after, another caller reported the same incident on Estudillo Street. Case# 18-1356.

On June 12th at 12:16 am, Officer Parsons arrested a man at Muir Road and Hwy 4 for possession of a controlled substance, driving under the influence of a controlled substance, and being an unlicensed driver. Case# 18-1359.

At 7:54 am Detective Miller responded to a residence in the 400 block of Alhambra Avenue for a woman who was non-responsive. The woman was deceased and there were no signs of foul play. The coroner’s office responded to take possession of her remains. Case# 18-1361.

At 11:49 am Sergeant Salamid arrested a man in the 600 block of Main Street for an outstanding warrant. Case# 18-1364.

On June 13th at 2:02 am, Officer Angoco arrested a woman for being under the influence of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance. The female was contacted walking in the roadway at Midhill Road and Gilda Avenue. Case# 18-1370.

At 6:16 am Officer Breinig’s License Plate Reader (LPR) alerted on an occupied stolen vehicle while on his way home. Officer Breinig followed the vehicle to Deer Valley Road in Antioch where the car stopped at the McDonald’s drive-thru and cover units arrived. The female driver refused to exit the vehicle. With the assistance of his partner, K9 Brut, the female was taken into custody and arrested for 10851 CVC (Stolen Vehicle), 496 PC (Possess Stolen Property), 148(a) PC (Resist Peace Officer) and 107 PC (Attempt Escape). Case# 18-1371.

At 9:45 am Chief Sappal and Commander Roth contacted a man at Alhambra Avenue and Main Street. He was arrested for a warrant. Case# 18-1377.

At 1:25 pm Officer Voyvodich arrested a man in the 400 block of Main Street for 647(f) PC (Public Intoxication). Case# 18-1380.

On June 14th at 9:00 am, officers responded to the rear of 1125 Arnold Drive (Chase Bank) for a fight. Officer Winslett arrested a man for a warrant. Case# 18-1384.

At 11:00 am Officer Lincoln stopped a vehicle in the 1300 block of Santa Fe Ave. He arrested a man for driving while suspended. Case# 18-1385.

At 2:00 pm Corporal Mayberry stopped a vehicle on Shell Ave at Pacheco Bv. He arrested a male subject for driving while suspended and displaying fraudulent registration. Case# 18-1389.

At 8:58 pm Officer Brinser arrested a man for public intoxication. A report was forward to the district attorney’s office. Case# 18-1394.

On June 15th at 12:38 am, Corporal Poertner arrested a man for driving while suspended. Case# 18-1395.

At 3:05 am Corporal Poertner and his K9 partner, Logan, responded to Walnut Creek to assist in a search for subjects in a recently burned abandoned house. One subject was found hiding under objects in the house, and was believed to be looting. He refused to comply with commands. K9 Logan was deployed and apprehended the subject. The subject sustained minor injuries and was arrested by Walnut Creek PD. MPD Case# 18- 1397/Walnut Creek Case# 18-19480.

At 5:15 pm Corporal Mayberry arrested a man at Marina Market for trespassing. Case# 18-1405.

At 6:06 pm officers assisted in a search for a subject who ran out of the county jail sally port while handcuffed. MPD officers located the subject hiding in a nearby yard.

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

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