The Police Blotter highlights a partial list of incidents in the city and is distributed on a weekly basis. The Blotter provides the date, time, approximate location, a narrative summary of the incident, case number and the most serious arrest charge.
Meanwhile, the Arrest Log provides a timely, chronological summary of all of the arrests made by the Santa Clara Police Department. It includes the name of the suspect(s), date of birth, city in which they reside, arrest date, time, location, case number as well as all of the charge(s) associated with the arrest. This information, located on the Santa Clara Police Department’s home page (www.scpd.org), is updated daily and serves as the most comprehensive list of arrests made.
Sunday, January 21, 2018
Drunk in Public
Location: 2200 Block of Tasman Drive
An officer was dispatched to a disturbance on the 2200 block of Tasman Drive. Upon arrival, the officer came in contact with a female subject with objective symptoms of alcohol intoxication.
It was determined the subject was unable to care for herself or others. She was arrested and transported to the Santa Clara County Jail.
Case Number: 18-689
Monday, January 22, 2018
Location: 2100 Block of El Capitan Avenue
Public Safety Dispatchers deployed units to the 2100 block of El Capitan Avenue on the report of three suspects checking door handles on vehicles.
Through investigation, officers identified three suspects. The suspects were arrested and booked into the Santa Clara County Jail and Juvenile Hall.
Case Number: 18-697
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Location: 3500 Block of Homestead Road
A male suspect parked next to a female victim at a business on the 3500 block of Homestead Road. The suspect rolled down his window and asked the victim if she needed help. The victim looked over toward the suspect. He was naked from the waist down and masturbating.
Through investigation a suspect was detained and positively identified by the victim in an infield show-up. The suspect was arrested and transported to the Santa Clara County Jail.
Case Number: 18-746
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Location: 2500 Block of Seaboard Avenue
An officer conducted a DMV records check on a vehicle on the 2500 block of Seaboard Avenue. The return indicated the vehicle was stolen out of Fremont (Case Number 18-012-1028). The appropriate paperwork was completed and the vehicle was released to its owner. According to the owner, three Amazon boxes were missing from the trunk of the vehicle. The suspect(s) remain at large.
Case Number: 18-772
Thursday, January 25, 2018
Missing Person – At Risk
Location: 4300 Block of Davis Street
Units responded to the 4300 block of Davis Street at 1248 hours on the report of a missing person. After conducting an area check, the missing person was located at the intersection of Agnew Road and Sun Fire Way at 1418 hours.
Case Number: 18-807
Friday, January 26, 2018
Location: 500 Block of Laurelwood Road
Officers responded to the 500 block of Laurelwood Road on the report of an in-progress auto burglary. The reporting party observed two male subjects breaking into three vehicles. The suspects fled the scene prior to police arrival.
While responding to the scene, an officer detained two suspects matching the description shared with them by Public Safety Dispatchers. A search of their vehicle revealed stolen property from the auto burglaries on Laurelwood Road.
A Records check of the suspects revealed one of the detainees is a juvenile. Both suspects were arrested and transported to the Santa Clara County Jail and Juvenile Hall.
Case Number: 18-825
Saturday, January 27, 2018
Location: 100 Block of Woodhams Road
The unknown suspect walked up a victim’s driveway on the 100 block of Woodhams Road, opened the unlocked driver’s side door of the victim’s car and sat down inside. The suspect removed a garage door opener from the victim’s car and attempted to use it on the victim’s garage door. The garage door did not open. The suspect left the area on foot. The suspect was not identified or apprehended. Time: 1315
Case Number: 18-883
NOTE: Garage doors are a common place of entry for thieves. Not only are they vulnerable, but they provide criminals a shelter once inside.
- Don’t leave your garage door open.
- Don’t leave your garage door remote in your vehicle. If a thief breaks into your car and steals the remote it provides instant access into your home. Instead, invest in a keychain remote opener.
Be sure the door from your garage into your house is locked and as secure as your front door.