Police Blotter for March 16 – 31, 2018

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3/16-3/18

• At 0916 hours, MPD officers responded to 735 Escobar St. (Marina Market) for a robbery. A male subject was arrested for theft. Case# 18-612

• At 0831 hours, MPD officers responded to the westbound off ramp on highway 4 at Alhambra Ave. for a report of a solo vehicle collision. The collision was a fatality, handled by CHP. Inc# 1803160015

• At 1027 hours, Sgt. Muncher responded to Virginia Hills Dr. and Alhambra Ave. for a non-injury vehicle collision. Case# 18-614

• At 1111 hours, Sgt. Salamid conducted a traffic stop at Muir Rd. and Morello Ave. The male driver was arrested for 21810 PC (Possess Dangerous Weapon) and 14601.2a CVC (Drive w/Suspended License). Case# 18-615

• At 1717 hours, Ofc. Carney conducted a traffic stop at Pine St and Mellus St. The male driver was arrested for a felony warrant. Case# 18-617

• At 2000 hours, Ofc. Vasquez took an initial report of lewd acts with a minor, in which a parent overheard a child in the park speaking of the acts. The case has been forward to investigations. Case# 18-619

• At 0711 hours, Sgt. Muncher responded to 6688 Alhambra Ave. (Safeway) for a theft. A male subject stole approximately $1,000 worth of alcohol and cigarettes. The investigation is continuing. Case# 18-622

• At 1120 hours, MPD officers responded to Alhambra Ave. and Macalvey Dr. for a multiple vehicle collision. Hail and ice formed on the roadway causing a single vehicle to loose traction and collide with a telephone pole. Three other vehicles swerved to avoid debris in the roadway and collided with one another. There were no injuries. Case# 18-624

• At 1612 hours, MPD officers responded to 732 Main St. (Subway) for a male subject who refused to pay for his food. Cpl. Mayberry arrested the subject for 602 PC (trespassing) and 11377 H&S (Possess Methamphetamine). Case# 18-625

• At 1618 hours, MPD officers responded to a residence in the 400 block of Berrellesa St. for a male subject who cut his leg with a chainsaw while working on his deck. Officers provided first aid until Confire and AMR arrived. Inc# 1803170038

• At 1727 hours, MPD officers arrested a male subject in the 3500 block of Pine St. for public intoxication. Case# 18-626

• At 2137 hours, officers responded to a residence in the 1500 block of Center Ave. for afemale yelling in front of the residence. She was arrested for public intoxication. Case#18-627

• At 2325 hours, Cpl. Poertner arrested a male subject for attempting to pass a fraudulent $100 bill at Quik Stop. Case# 18-628

• At 1039 hours, MPD officers responded to 700 Main St. (Starbucks) for a trespasser. Ofc. Lincoln arrested the subject for 148(a) PC, (Resist/Delay Officer), 602 PC (trespassing) and probation violation. Case# 18-629.

3/19

• At 0805 hours, MPD officers responded to the Walmart Store for a brandishing. A male subject set off the merchandise theft alarm, and when approached by an employee the subject brandished a knife in a threatening manner, ultimately swinging the knife at the employee. No one was injured and the subject fled the area on foot. An extensive area search was conducted. Case# 18-632

• At 0928 hours, Cmdr. Roth contacted several Safeway (downtown) employees standing in front of the store due to a possible gas leak. ConFire and PG&E responded. No gas leak was located. Inc# 1803190020

• At 1038 hours, Ofc. Parsons responded to the marina for a female subject talking to herself and yelling. The subject was arrested for 11550HS – Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance. Case# 18-635

• At 1217 hours, MPD officers responded to the parking lot at Escobar St. and Court St. for a male subject trying to get into vehicles. It was determined the subject was just released from county jail and no vehicles were entered. The subject had a BART ticket and he left the area. Inc# 1803190029

3/20

• At 0809 hours, Ofc. Parsons contacted a male subject on Pacheco Blvd. near Morello Ave. The subject was arrested for Public Intoxication. Case # 18-640

• At 1135 hours, Cpl. Mayberry arrested a female at Brown Street Park for a warrant. Case# 18-644

• At 1229 hours, Ofc. Parsons responded to a residence in the 3400 block of Sentinel Dr. for a report of a domestic battery, a male subject was arrested. Case# 18-645

3/21

• At 0852 hours, Officer Parsons arrested a male subject for stealing the tip jar money at Starbucks, downtown. Case# 18-651

• At 1031 hours, Officer Parsons responded to a residence in the 1400 block of Pine Stfor a possible burglary. The housekeeper believed the residence was broken into, and it is believed that firearms were taken. However, the homeowners are away on vacation. Case# 18-653

• At 1309 hours, officers responded to a residence in the 1400 block of Rolling Hill Wy. for a female not breathing. It was determined that the female passed away. The coroner responded to take the body. Case# 18-656

• At 1705 hours, officers responded to a burglary in the 1300 block of Center Ave. The resident returned home from work to find her front door had been forced open and her home burglarized. Case# 18-657

• At 1944 hours, Officer Voyvodich responded to a collision at Berrellesa St and Escobar St. One of the driver’s fled the area on foot and the registered owner of that vehicle called later to report her vehicle as stolen. She ultimately revealed that her boyfriend had borrowed the vehicle. Driver #2 was transported to the hospital for minor injuries. Case# 18-658

3/22

• At 0529 hours, MPD officers responded to a residence in the 1100 block of Susan St. for a male subject on the roof. The subject refused to come off the roof and was displaying signs and behaviors associated with drug intoxication. The subject eventually jumped off the roof after negotiations. Once down, the subject was uncooperative and resistant. With the assistance of K9 Brut, the subject was apprehended and arrested for 647(h) PC (Prowling), 148(a) PC (Resisting/Obstructing) and 11550 H&S (Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance). Case# 18-659

• At 1100 hours, MPD officers responded to the Alhambra Cemetery for a report of vandalism. An unknown subject(s) broke into a crypt and disturbed human remains. The crypt had been vandalism approximately 15-20 years prior. Due to the state of the interior and remains it was unclear if anything was removed or any new damage was caused. Parks and Recreation was contacted; they made arraignments for repairs. Case# 18-662

3/23-3/25

• At 0855 hours, Ofc. Voyvodich responded to a residence in the 600 block of Palm Ave. for a deceased male. There were no signs of foul play. The body was released to the coroner’s office. Case# 18-667

• At 0941 hours, Sgt. Muncher responded to a residential burglary in the 4900 block of Valley Orchard Ct. Entry was made through the garage door. An iPhone and clothing were taken. Case# 18-668

• At 1342 hours, MPD officers responded to John Swett Elementary for suspicious graffiti regarding threats. The school was placed on locked down and officers responded to assist in securing the school. The investigation led to a 5th grade student who admitted to the graffiti, and there was no real threat. The incident will be handled within the school district office. Case# 18-670

• At 1835 hours, officers responded to Safeway (downtown) for a report of an intoxicated male chasing cars. The subject was arrested. Case# 18-671

• At 2135 hours, officers responded to US Gas for a male hitting the store window with a bottle because the clerk refused to sell to him. The subject, who as intoxicated, had also stolen food items from Safeway and US Gas. The subject was resistant upon contact and had to be restrained in a WRAP Restraint Device. He was arrested for theft and resisting officers. No one was injured. Case# 18-672

• At 2338 hours, Sgt. Busciglio contacted a male subject in the parking lot of Marina Market for a vehicle code violation. The subject was uncooperative and lunged in an attempt to strike Sgt. Busciglio. He then ran into Marina Market where he refused commands to comply. Additional officers arrived and the subject was arrested for resisting/obstructing an officer. A search of the subject’s vehicle revealed large quantiles of heroin, methamphetamine and marijuana. Additional arrest charges of possession of controlled substances for sales were added to his arrest. No one was injured. Case# 18-673

• At 0025 hours, Ofc. Breinig arrested a male subject in the 1100 block of Arnold Dr. The subject was uncooperative and spitting in the patrol vehicle. Case# 18-674

• At 0952 hours, Sgt. Ferrer responded to Lucky’s for a robbery. Two unknown male subjects entered the store and stole several case of energy drinks. Upon leaving the store they made reference to shooting the place up when contact was attempted. No firearm was seen. Case# 18-676

• At 1815 hours, Ofc. Montano responded to Walgreens for a theft from the Redbox DVD rental machine. A Redbox representative estimated over 100 DVD’s had been stolen, and the machine was opened without damaging it. Case# 18-680

• At 1216 hours, Ofc. Buda responded to Taco Bell for a domestic violence restraining order violation. The male suspect arrived, carrying a golf club, to see his ex-girlfriend who works there. He left before police arrival. An area search was conducted. Case# 18-681

• At 0345 hours, Ofc. Montano responded to a man down in the berth lot at the marina. The subject was located on the ground near a vehicle. He had abrasions on his head, but could not explain to officers how he obtained them. He was transported to John Muir Hospital for possible head trauma. Case# 18-684

3/26

• At 0909 hours, Cpl. Mayberry arrested a male subject at the marina for driving on a suspended license. Case# 18-685

• At 0931 hours, Cpl. Mayberry arrested a male subject in the area of Sentinel Dr. and Wawona Cr. for 647(f) PC- public intoxication, after it was reported the subject was walking around with his pants down. Case# 18-687

• At 1042 hours, Ofc. Parsons investigated a CFS referral involving a 14-year old female who disclosed that her mother’s boyfriend has been touching her inappropriately. Detectives responded to take over the investigation. Case# 18-693

• At 1225 hours, Ofc. Russell responded to the John Muir Inn for a robbery. The male suspect pushed a maid to the ground and removed property from a room. It was determined the same suspect is responsible for several other thefts at this location. Case# 18-694

• At 1832 hours, Ofc. Leong contacted a female subject at a residence in the 800 block of Alhambra Ave. She was arrested for a warrant. Case# 18-698

3/27

• At 0730 hours, Officer Lincoln arrested a male subject in the county hospital parking lot for a warrant. Case# 18-699

• At 1100, Officer Winslett responded to Home Depot for an auto burglary, where a vehicle window was shattered and a lap top was taken. Case# 18-702

• At 1110 hours, Officer Parsons took a stolen vehicle report from the 1400 block of Date St. Case# 18-703

• At 1200 hours, Officer Lincoln contacted a transient female who reported being struck with a walking stick approximately 6-7 times behind Togo’s. The female refused medical attention. Case# 18-704

• At 1645 hours, Corporal Mayberry observed a motorcycle doing a “Wheelie” down the 2200 block of Pacheco Blvd. He arrested the male rider for reckless driving and driving without a license. Case# 18-708

• At 1700 hours, Corporal Mayberry arrested a male subject for trespassing at a business in the 700 block of Main St. Case# 18-709

• At 1700 hours, Officer Leong responded to a fight between a male and female in a vehicle in the 1100 block of Arnold Dr. He arrested a male subject for domestic violence. Case# 18-710

3/28

• At 0915 hours, Corporal Mayberry arrested a male subject for driving with a suspended license on North Court St. and Tarantino Dr. Case# 18-713

• At 1515 hours, Officer Parsons arrested a male subject at the intersection of Monterey and Shell Ave. for a warrant. Case# 18-716

• At 1540 hours, Corporal Mayberry arrested a male subject for driving with a suspended license on North Court St. at the East Bay lot. Case# 18-718

• At 1617 hours, Officer Winslett took a residential burglary report of a residence in the 2100 block of Forsythia Way. The door was forced open, the interior ransacked, jewelry and other valuables were taken. Case# 18-719

• At 2139 hours, Officer Montano arrested a female for at an apartment in the 400 block of Morello Ave. for domestic violence. Case# 18-720

3/29

• At 0547 hours, officers responded to a residence in the 600 block of Warren St. for the report of a male subject who brandished a firearm and threatened the reporting party. The male subject fled the area prior to police arrival. Case# 18-727

3/30-3/31

• At 0702 hours, officers responded to Martinez Jr. High for threatening graffiti in the faculty bathroom. The threat was deemed not credible and classes continued. The matter will be handled internally. Case# 18-728

• At 1100 hours, Ofc. Leong took a stolen vehicle report from Amtrak. Case# 18-730

• At 1445 hours, officers responded to the report of a drunk driver on Pacheco Blvd. near Howe Rd. The vehicle collided with a parked vehicle on Pacheco Blvd. near Warren St. Ofc. Russell contacted the male driver, who was suffering from a diabetic emergency. He was transported to John Muir Medical Center, Concord. Case# 18-733

• At 2035 hours, Cpl. Poertner responded to Sherree Dr. and Blue Ridge Dr. for a female yelling and screaming that her boyfriend threatened to kill her. It was determined there was no threat and she was placed on a W&I 5150 Hold. Case# 18-736

• At 2159 hours, Ofc. Montano contacted and arrested a male subject at Amtrak for a warrant. Case# 18-737

• At 2210 hours, officers responded to a residence on Fig Tree Ln. and placed the male resident on a W&I 5150 Hold; his weapons were confiscated per W&I 8102. Case# 18-738

• At 1435 hours, Sgt. Ferrer responded to Dollar Tree for a robbery. An unknown male entered the store took unknown items and pushed the manager when leaving. There is no suspect identification as of yet. Case# 18-740

• At 1408 hours, Ofc. Russell responded to First Baptist Church for a sexual assault of a 13-year old female. Detectives were notified and the investigation is ongoing. Case# 18- 741

• At 1754 hours, unknown suspects fled Safeway (downtown) in an awaiting vehicle after attempting to steal $1200 worth of groceries. Case# 18-742

• At 2114 hours, officers responded to the 3700 block of Alhambra Av. for a collision. A Honda struck a CHP vehicle and another vehicle before fleeing onto Hwy 4, where it ultimately went off the roadway and down an embankment. The drive fled, but was located and positively identified. He was arrested for felony hit and run, felony DUI and a parole hold was issued. Injuries were minor. Case# 18-743

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