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Police Report: May 20 – May 26

Sunday, May 20, 2018

Theft from a Vehicle

Location: 3100 Block of Mission College Boulevard

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An officer responded to the 3100 block of Mission College Boulevard on the report of a theft from a vehicle.

The unknown suspect(s) forced entry into the victim’s locked vehicle and stole a purse from inside. The estimated value of the stolen property and damages is approximately $500. The suspect(s) remain at large.

Time: 2304

Case Number: 18-4569

 

Monday, May 21, 2018

Forgery

Location: 1200 Block of Memorex Drive

An officer was dispatched to the 1200 block of Memorex Drive on the report of an incident of forgery.

The officer made contact with the reporting party. The reporting party showed the officer scanned copies of 11 checks with the reporting party’s forged signature. The checks were paid to an employee of the business for a total loss of $10,885.47.

This report was forwarded to the Investigations Division for follow-up.

Time: 1003

Case Number: 18-4586

 

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Drunk in Public

Location:  1900 Block of El Camino Real

Public Safety Dispatchers received two reports of a female subject seen laying and flayling in the roadway on the 1900 block of El Camino Real.

Upon arrival, a subject matching the reporting party’s description was located. She had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage and was unable to stand. It was determined she was too intoxicated to care for her own safety.  She was arrested and transported to the Santa Clara County Jail.

Time: 1709

Case Number: 18-4637

 

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Petty Theft

Location: 2400 Block of Amethyst Drive

A package was stolen from the 2400 block of Amethyst Drive. The reporting party provided the responding officer with security camera footage. The male suspect shown in the video footage remains unidentified and at large. The total loss was approximately $120.

Time: 2055

Case Number: 18-4679

 

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Suspicious Circumstances

Location:  3400 Block of Monroe Street

Public Safety Dispatchers received a call from a resident on the 3400 block of Monroe Street regarding a suspicious package in a locked mailbox. The reporting party took a picture of the package and contacted 911.

The responding officer viewed the photo that showed the package addressed to the resident, with the residents name and address in the return address section. The package had more postage than what was legally required and appeared to have a hand-drawn postmark.

The Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office Bomb Squad was contacted to respond. After a technical evaluation of the item, the package was opened and determined it contained family photos.

As a result of this incident, Monroe Street was closed temporarily.

Time: 1517

Case Number: 18-4710

 

Friday, May 25, 2018

Assault

Location:  300 Block of Saratoga Avenue

On 5/19/18, an officer observed a vehicle on Northlake Drive approaching Stevens Creek Boulevard that did not have a functioning brake light. The officer initiated a traffic enforcement stop. The male suspect accelerated in reverse and rammed a patrol vehicle multiple times before fleeing. The officer narrowly avoided being struck by the vehicle.

On 5/25/18, an officer observed the male suspect in a vehicle parked on the 300 block of Saratoga Avenue. Officers blocked the suspect’s car with two patrol cars. The suspect rammed both cars out of the way and nearly struck one officer before driving through a fence and striking several parked cars. The suspect fled the scene at a high rate of speed, disregarding stop signs and signal lights.

The vehicle was located again a short time later on Saratoga Avenue. When the suspect located the officers, he drove his vehicle in reverse, crossed over the center median and across several lanes of traffic before coming to a stop near Stevens Creek Boulevard. He was taken into custody without further incident.

A Records check revealed the suspect had six no bail warrants. The suspect had minor injuries because of the various collisions. He was booked at the Santa Clara County Jail after treatment at a local hospital.  One officer suffered minor injuries as a result of this incident.

Time: 1635

Case Number: 18-4739

 

Theft from Vehicle                       

Location: 3100 Block of Mission College Boulevard

Officers took several reports of vehicle break-ins on the 3100 block of Mission College Boulevard.

One witness reported seeing a male suspect smashing the window of the victim vehicle and taking a backpack. The witness described the suspect vehicle as a dark colored BMW sedan with dark tinted windows. Officers flooded the area, but were unable to locate the suspects. A countywide be-on-the-lookout was issued.

Time: 2300

Case Numbers: 18-4753, 18-51049, 18-51050, 18-51051, 18-51052, 18-51053, 18-51054

 

Saturday, May 26, 2018

Weapons arrest

Location:  Winchester Boulevard and Stevens Creek Boulevard

An officer was patrolling in the area of Winchester Boulevard and Stevens Creek Boulevard when a “Lo Jack” notification was received for a stolen vehicle. Two suspects occupied the parked vehicle.

An officer positioned a patrol vehicle behind the subject vehicle and the driver put the vehicle in reverse and rammed the patrol vehicle. Both occupants exited the vehicle. The passenger was quickly apprehended and the driver jumped over a fence. Given the wants and resistance, a electronic controlled weapon was deployed in an attempt to affect the arrest.  After being struck by the electronic controlled weapon, the subject got back up and continued to flee. Eventually, he was taken into custody and treated by the San Jose Fire Department before being transported to the Santa Clara County Jail.

A Records check revealed the driver had a warrant out of San Mateo County.

A search of the vehicle yielded a loaded handgun under the passenger seat, multiple shaved keys, burglary tools, work gloves, a beanie/ski mask and a controlled substance.

Time: 0830

Case Number: 18-4756

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