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Newark Police Department CA
Monday December 18th, 2017 :: 11:57 a.m. PST
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The Newark Police Department is releasing information about recent crime and police activity that has occurred within our community.

December 14th

0601 Hours: Officer Rivas investigated an auto burglary on the 35200 block of Lido Boulevard. The loss was cash.

0636 Hours: Officer Slavazza investigated an auto burglary on the 5700 block of Stevenson Boulevard. The loss was a laptop computer and an iPad Mini.

0647 Hours: Officer Fredstrom investigated an auto burglary on Brittany Avenue at Castillon Drive. The loss is unknown at this time.

0836 Hours: Community Service Officer Parks investigated an auto burglary on the 34900 block of Newark Boulevard. The loss includes several bags, a laptop computer and miscellaneous property.

1024 Hours: Officer Slavazza contacted and arrested a 33-year-old Newark male for his outstanding warrant on the 37200 block of Walnut Street. The suspect was issued a citation and released.

1050 Hours: Officer Musantry investigated an auto burglary at Starbucks, 35040 Newark Boulevard. Loss was a suitcase and other personal property.

2158 Hours: Officers responded to a disturbance on the 5700 block of Dichondra Place. Officer Pacheco arrested a 47-year-old Newark male for violation of a restraining order and probation violation.

December 15th

1232Hours: Officer Wang investigated a vehicle vandalism case on the 6300 block of Baine Avenue.

1416 Hours: Officer Hunter investigated a residential burglary on the 35000 block of Buckingham Court. The loss was currency.

2046 Hours: Officer Herbert investigated a DUI collision on Cedar Boulevard at Chapman Drive. The driver, a 39-year-old Newark male was booked into the Santa Rita Jail.

2213 Hours: Officer Quinonez accepted the Citizens Arrest of a 31-year-old Hayward female for grand theft at Macy’s, NewPark Mall. The suspect was booked into the Santa Rita Jail.

0055 Hours: Officer Wallace investigated a hit and run collision on Thornton Avenue at Gateway Boulevard.

December 16th

1247 Hours: Officer Wang investigated three thefts from unlocked vehicles on Falmouth Place and Sussex Place. The loss was a suitcase, copper wire and miscellaneous paperwork.

1259 Hours: Officer Musantry responded to a shoplifting incident at the Shell Gas Station, 6005 Jarvis Avenue. The suspect had fled the scene prior to the Officers arrival.

1306 Hours: Officer Piquette investigated the theft of a Silver 2001 Toyota Camry (CA license # 4VWM497) on the 38200 block of Luma Terrace.

1814 Hours: Officer Quinonez investigated an auto burglary in the Nijo Castle parking lot, 39888 Balentine Drive. The loss was a suitcase.

2205 Hours: Officer Slavazza contacted and arrested a 51-year-old Newark male for possession of drug paraphernalia on Thornton Avenue at Cedar Boulevard. The suspect was booked into the Fremont Jail.

0203 Hours: Officer Khairy investigated a non-injury single vehicle accident on Cherry Street at Buena Vista Drive.

December 17th

0942 Hours: Officer Rivas investigated a case of credit fraud on the 36000 block of Barnard Street. The victim had one fraudulent credit account opened in her name and several others were attempted.

0958 Hours: Officer Musantry recovered a U-Haul truck reported stolen out of Turlock on the 8600 block of Thornton Avenue.

1242 Hours: Officer Rivas contacted and arrested a 25-year-old Newhall male for his outstanding warrant on Sycamore Street at Central Avenue. The suspect was booked into the Fremont Jail.

2157 Hours: Officer Slavazza contacted and arrested a 20-year-old Newark male for his outstanding warrant on Cedar Boulevard at Chapman Drive. The suspect was issued a citation and released.

2200 Hours: Officer Wallace contacted and arrested a 37 year old San Jose male for his outstanding warrant in the NewPark Mall parking lot. The suspect was issued a citation and released.

Arrest Information & Mug Shots

You can view an arrest log that displays information about arrestees for the past 30 days. The log displays basic information such as personal data (allowable by statute/law) and the mug shot of the arrestee. Yes, you can see booking photographs and get to know those in our community who are committing crimes.
Follow the below link to visit the site:
http://npd.crimegraphics.com/2013/default.aspx

Address/Location
Newark Police Department CA
37101 Newark Blvd
Newark, CA 94560

Contact
Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 510-578-4237

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