Union City Crime
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Tuesday Jul 14 | via Patch.com
The two stepped in to help when a suspect allegedly tried to pick the pocket of an 85-year-old man shopping at a Union City Safeway store. Two Union City residents will be honored by the city council later this month for their help in catching a robbery suspect in the act, police said today. Comment?
Thursday Jul 2 | via Fremont Bulletin
Fremont Police Department officers Eric Rose and Antonino Stillitano contacted a man near Niles Boulevard and Vallejo Street on Sunday at 6:17 p.m. Officers responded to a report of a theft at the T-Mobile store, 43813 Pacific Commons Blvd., on Sunday at 12:13 p.m. Employees said a man walked into the store and allegedly stole three cell phones after clipping the security wires, police said. The suspect was described as black, in his mid 20s, with a goatee with gold highlights. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 1 | via Patch.com
A $10,000 reward is being offered for information identifying the suspects who vandalized a dam in Fremont last month, allowing 50 million gallons of water to wash away, police said today. The suspects deliberately damaged an Alameda County Water District inflatable dam on Alameda Creek in the Niles area of Fremont in the early morning hours of May 21, according to police. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 1 | via SFGate
Fremont police released grainy surveillance video Wednesday of three men who destroyed an inflatable rubber dam in May, wasting nearly 50 million gallons of water that was intended for customers amid the statewide drought. The video shows the men trespassing on property used by the Alameda County Water District in the early morning hours of May 21. The men somehow damaged a dam made of an inch-thick rubber material, sending water gushing down Alameda Creek and eventually into San Francisco Bay. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 1 | via Patch.com
It's blurry, but do you recognize the vandals in this photo? There's a $10,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction Detectives investigating the May 21 vandalism of a dam that led to the loss of 50 million gallons of water are seeking help from the public in solving the case. Investigators hope surveillance video of the crime as well as a $10,000 reward from the victim will lead to information that will identify the suspects. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 1 | via Fremont Bulletin
Fremont Police Department detectives are seeking the public's help to identify the suspects connected to the May vandalism of an Alameda Creek dam which led to the loss of 50 million gallons of water meant to serve the residents and businesses of Fremont, Newark and Union City. On Wednesday, police released video from the morning of May 21 of three suspects alleged to have entered a restricted area of Alameda Creek in the Niles area and intentionally destroyed an Alameda County Water District inflatable rubber dam, a key component to the recharge of the Niles Cone Groundwater Basin -- one of the district's main water supplies. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 1 | via Berryessa Sun
444 S. Mathilda Avenue, 3:39 p.m. June 16 Four people who appeared to be "shoulder surfing" around the ATMs at Bank of America were contacted, identified and released after police could not prove a crime had been committed. 1100 block of Lochinvar Avenue, 8:45 a.m.-8 p.m. June 17 An apartment was burglarized. Comment?
Jun 22, 2015 | via Inside Bay Area
Siren Sounds is a monthly review of calls for service by Newark Police Department, as reported on Nixle.com . All subjects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Comment?
Jun 22, 2015 | via The Campbell Reporter
Witnesses who saw them run out told police they were headed in the direction of Park Boulevard. The pharmacy was similarly burglarized on April 16. 900 block of Hamilton Avenue, 10:20 a.m. Wednesday An elderly woman who responded when a man in a parked vehicle motioned for her to approach backed away when she saw that he was fondling himself. Comment?
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