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Newark Police Department CA
Thursday February 8th, 2018 :: 07:33 a.m. PST


The Newark Police Department is releasing information about recent crime and police activity that has occurred within our community.

February 7th

0711 Hours: Officer Lenz investigated an auto burglary on the 39100 block of Cedar Boulevard. The loss is miscellaneous tools.

0911 Hours: Officer Wallace investigated a grab and run theft of alcohol at Ranch 99 Market, 35219 Newark Boulevard.

1048 Hours: Officer Wang contacted and arrested a 42-year-old Newark male for being under the influence of a controlled substance and a probation violation on Sycamore Street at Carter Avenue. The suspect was booked into the Fremont Jail.

1400 Hours: Officer Ackerman responded to a disturbance on Cedar Boulevard at Baine Avenue. A 35-year-old Newark male was arrested for being under the influence. The suspect was booked into the Fremont Jail.

1416 Hours: Officer Fredstrom recovered a Honda Accord that was reported stolen out of San Jose on the 5700 block of San Antonio Way. The vehicle was released to a family member of the registered owner.

1843 Hours: Officer Cervantes responded to Food Maxx (39966 Cedar Blvd) for a petty theft. The store manager followed the suspect, 23-year-old transient male to a nearby business where he was arrested by Officer Cervantes and Sergeant Todd. The suspect was booked into the Santa Rita Jail.

1954 Hours: While conducting a security check of the EZ-8 Motel, 5555 Cedar Court, Officer Hunter contacted and arrested a 27-year-old Newark male for his outstanding warrant. The suspect was issued a citation and released at the scene.

2100 Hours: Officers Losier and Musantry contacted and arrested a 25-year-old Newark male for his outstanding warrant on the 37000 block of Locust Street. The suspect was issued a citation and released at the scene.

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:

Newark Police Department CA
37101 Newark Blvd
Newark, CA 94560

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

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