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Thursday, 07 March 2013 15:38

Neighbor’s Suspicion Stops  Burglary

A neighbor tipped off police  to a pair of suspicious young men, leading to a burglary arrest.

One March 1 at around 11:30 a.m., police were called to the 14900 block of Endicott Street, according to Lt. Rick DeCosta. The neighbor said that the men  were acting strangely and wandering around the backyard.

When police arrived, they located one man who matched the neighbor’s description. They detained him and set up a perimeter to find the other man, but came up empty.

The cops found pry marks around a door at the home and arrested the 21-year-old suspect.

Domestic Dispute with Gun

A woman was arrested after waving a handgun at her ex-girlfriend during a fight about the ex’s new girlfriend.

Police were called to a home in the 13800 block of East 14th Street on Sunday just before 1 a.m., according to Lt. Rick DeCosta of the SLPD.

A woman had called 911 and reported that her former girlfriend was there and threatening her about her new relationship.

The police arrived and found three women all standing outside the home. Because they didn’t know who was the caller and who was the suspect, they ordered all three woman on the ground.

Soon they found the gun and placed the 25-year-old suspect under arrest for assault with a deadly weapon.

Stolen Car

A traffic stop turned into an arrest for a stolen car on March 1 at around 7:45 p.m.

An officer was patrolling the 1400 block of San Leandro Boulevard when he spotted a car driving with no headlights on, according to Lt. Rick DeCosta.

The officer ran the license plate and saw that the car had been reported stolen out of Oakland. The cop pulled the car over and the 55-year-old male driver cooperated and was arrested for auto theft.

And Another Stolen Car

Police arrested a woman for auto theft on March 3 just before 1 a.m. on the 2400 block of Washington Ave.

A car was parked with its hood up and a patrolling officer ran the plate and it came back as stolen, according to Lt. Rick DeCosta of the SLPD.

A woman was standing nearby and said that she borrowed the car from a friend, but the friend’s name was not the one on the registration and the officer caught her in some lies and arrested her.





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