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Police Blotter for Week Ending June 21, 2014
Posted Date: 6/16/2014
Sunday, June 15, 2014

Disturbing the Peace Location: 800 Block of Panelli

Upon police arrival to the 800 block of Panelli, approximately 50 individuals were inside a residence and it is estimated another 75 individuals were outside the residence. Loud music and voices could be heard from two blocks away. There was alcohol on the premises; however minors were not in possession of alcohol. The party was shut down.
Time: 0036
Case Number: 14-006524

Monday, June 16, 2014

Forgery Location: El Camino Real and Morse Lane

An officer contacted a male suspect in the area of El Camino Real and Morse Lane. A Records check revealed the suspect had one felony and one misdemeanor warrant for his arrest. He was arrested and transported to the County jail. During an inventory of the suspect’s property, a counterfeit $100 bill was discovered.
Time: 1448
Case Number: 14-006575

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Warrant Arrest Location: El Camino Real and Main Street

An officer conducted a pedestrian stop on El Camino Real at Main Street. A Records check revealed the male suspect had a $10,000 warrant for his arrest out of San Francisco. He was arrested and transported to the County Jail.
Time: 0240
Case Number: 14-006589

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Burglary Location: 2200 Block of Homestead Road

A homeowner came home to the 2200 block of Homestead Road to find two suspects, one male
and one female, taking property from a forced open garage door. The homeowner took a photo
of the vehicle license plate and reported the incident to SCPD. The suspects remain at large.
Time: 1913
Case Number: 14-006672

NOTE: SCPD’s Nuisance Suppression Unit conducted a two mile sweep of Saratoga Creek in search of vagrancy problems. Four (4) campers were issued trespassing citations for being on Water District property and un-permitted camping.

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Weapons Arrest Location: Chapman Street and The Alameda

Two officers on bike patrol stopped two male subjects riding their bikes with no front headlights. The subjects had burglary tools in their possession, several different identifications and a loaded gun. The subjects were arrested and transported to the County jail.
Time: 0041
Case Number: 14-006709

NOTE: Numerous on and off duty personnel met the San Jose Police Department on The Alameda for the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Northern California. SCPD ran along El Camino Real and delivered the Flame of Hope to the Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety. The Flame of Hope will continue its journey to U.C. Davis for the Special Olympics Northern California Summer Games June 27-29.

Friday, June 20, 2014

Fugitive Warrant Arrest Location: 2400 Block of Lafayette Street

A female suspect was contacted in front of Home Depot, on the 2400 block of Lafayette Street, on the report of being in possession of a stolen dog. A Records check revealed the suspect had an extraditable warrant for $25,000 out of Missouri. A search of her person yielded a controlled substance. The suspect was arrested and transported to the County jail.
Time: 2201
Case Number: 14-006733

NOTE: Communications received five (5) phone calls regarding loud music connected with San Jose Bike Party.

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Burglary / Warrant Arrest Location: 1800 Block of Main Street

An officer was dispatched to the area of Washington Street and Civic Center Drive to investigate a suspicious person in the area carrying a safe. Upon police arrival, the male suspect fled on foot. A perimeter was established and the suspect was located. He provided a false name and had an outstanding warrant. It was determined the suspect had burglarized a residence on the 1800 block of Main Street. He was arrested and booked into Juvenile Hall.
Time: 1023
Case Number: 14-006745

Prepared by Carolyn McDowell, Staff Analyst

If you have questions regarding the Police Blotter contact Lieutenant Kurt Clarke, 408-615-4865.