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Monday, October 11


Stolen vehicles: Police are investigating auto thefts from the 2200 block of Central Avenue, the 400 block of Willie Stargell Avenue, the 2000 block of Franciscan Way and the 2200 block of Santa Clara Avenue.

Stolen bicycles: Police said an unknown suspect stole a tricycle from the bike rack in front of Walgreens at 2300 Otis Drive.


Tuesday, October 12


ASSAULT: An individual hit a second individual with a leather belt on the buttocks, the back of the leg and on the right arm, police said. The incident resulted in a visible injury to the victim.

BURGLARY: Police are investigating a burglary at a storage shed on the 50 block of West Oriskany Avenue.

CRIMINAL THREAT AND ASSAULT WITH WEAPON ARREST: Police arrested Latrisha Lane Moore, 24, of San Pablo for attacking a victim with a butcher knife and chasing the victim out of a residence on Willie Stargell Avenue while threatening to kill her, authorities said.

BATTERY: Police are investigating an apparent battery in which a suspect punched a victim six times after chasing him out of Shore Line Liquor for stealing a lighter.

RAPE ARREST: Police arrested Michael Arthur Davis, 24, of Alameda on charges of rape, assault to commit rape, criminal threats and intimidation, battery and false imprisonment following an incident in which Davis allegedly blocked a woman’s path out of his room and forced her onto his bed with the intent to sexually assault the victim, authorities said.

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY: Police are investigating an apparent burglary incident in which a suspect entered CVS Pharmacy at 2314 Santa Clara Avenue with a bag, filled it with bottles and alcohol, and then left without paying.

ATTEMPTED BURGLARY: Police are searching for two suspects in an attempted burglary on the 400 block of Buena Vista Avenue. According to authorities, a victim inside the residence witnessed one suspect attempt to remove a window screen from the apartment window while a second suspect stood nearby. Both suspects fled after the victim confronted them, police said.

BURGLARY ARREST: Police arrested Jeremy Todd Garrett, 18, of Alameda on charges of burglary and possession of stolen property. Garrett was also charged with violating probation terms stemming from an incident that occurred when he was a juvenile, police said.

Stolen vehicles: Police are investigating an apparent auto theft from the 3300 block of Liberty Avenue. A second vehicle theft concerns a car taken without permission from the 1500 block of Lincoln Avenue by the owner’s son, police said.


Wednesday, October 13


ATTEMPTED VEHICLE THEFT AND SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT: Police are investigating an attempted vehicle theft from the zero block of Costanoan Court. The suspect was not successful in stealing the vehicle but managed to take property from inside the automobile. An unknown person was seen at the same location entering a secured rear yard during late night hours, police said.

BATTERY: Police said a pair of siblings got into a physical fight in which authorities were called. The individuals chose not to press charges, police said.

NARCOTICS ARREST: Police arrested Marc Pespitro, 18, address unknown, and Alameda residents David Tran, 18, and Masakazu Yoshida, 18, on charges of marijuana possession and possession with intent to sell after authorities discovered a “a large amount” of marijuana packaged for sale in a vehicle they were riding in at the intersection of Ohlone Street and Clement Avenue, police said.


Thursday, October 14


SCHOOL BURGLARY: Police are investigating an apparent burglary at Encinal High School. An unknown suspect entered a classroom at the school by unknown means and removed property before fleeing, police said.

CHILD ABUSE ARREST: Police arrested Joseph Victor Lagana, 26, of Alameda on charges of inflicting injury upon a child, felony cruelty to a child, obstructing or resisting arrest, and disturbing the peace following an incident in which he squeezed a juvenile victim and caused the victim to vomit, police said. Authorities said Lagana had also threatened the victim with bodily harm; he faces an additional charge of criminal threats and intimidation, police said.

Stolen vehicles: Police are investigating auto thefts from the 2200 block of Lincoln Avenue, the zero block of Mecartney Road, and the 1900 block of Oak Street. A fourth vehicle that was stolen from the 1800 block of Shoreline Drive turned up at the Bay Farm Island Ferry Terminal, police said.


Friday, October 15


COMPUTER FRAUD: An unknown suspect gained access to a victim’s computer from an unknown location and disabled all the passwords, preventing the man from accessing his online accounts, police said.

VANDALISM: Police are searching for the person or persons who poured paint on a parked an unattended taxi cab on the 3400 block of Oleander Avenue, authorities said.

SCHOOL BURGLARY: Police are investigating a second instance of burglary in which a suspect or suspects entered a classroom at Encinal High School by unknown means and removed property, police said.

BATTERY: Police said a suspect pushed another individual out of Tavistock Books at 1503 Webster Street.

FRAUD: Authorities are investigating an incident in which a suspect mailed a fraudulent check as a deposit on a sailboat he wanted to buy from the victim, police said.

GRAND THEFT FROM VEHICLE: Police are searching for the unknown suspect who entered an unlocked vehicle at 2227 Southshore Center, taking items before fleeing in a green Cadillac. A car was later reported stolen from the same location, police said.

Stolen vehicles: Police are investigating auto thefts from the 1100 block of Regent Street, the 3100 block of Windsor Drive, the 3200 block of Fernside Boulevard and the 2300 block of Central Avenue.

Stolen bicycles: Police are searching for a bicycle stolen from a parking garage on the 300 block of Westline Drive.


Saturday, October 16


BATTERY ARREST: Police arrested Zachary Buck, 39, of Alameda on one charge of misdemeanor battery, authorities said.

BATTERY: An individual punched another individual in the face following an argument, police said. According to authorities, the victim was violating a restraining order by being present in the room in which the argument occurred.

Stolen vehicles: Police are searching for the unknown suspect or suspects who accessed a car by unknown means on the 500 block of Buena Vista Avenue, activating the ignition and then abandoning the vehicle two blocks from the owners’ residence, police said.

Stolen bicycles: Police are investigating an apparent bicycle theft from the 500 block of Santa Clara Avenue.


Sunday, October 17


RAPE: Police are investigating an alleged sexual assault that occurred at the suspect’s residence, authorities said.

FAILURE TO REGISTER AS A SEX OFFENDER: Police arrested Kenneth Kevin Parrish, 35, of Alameda for being out of compliance with requirements that he register as a sex offender.

BURGLARY: An unknown suspect or suspects accessed an unlocked garage on the 3300 block of Fernside Boulevard, taking several items before fleeing in an unknown direction, police said.

CONCEALED WEAPON ARREST: Police arrested Devone August, 19, of Alameda for possession of a concealed handgun. The gun was loaded and had been discarded inside of a black sweatshirt prior to police arriving on the scene for a suspicious circumstances call, authorities said.

BATTERY ARREST: Police arrested Bobbie Grayson Jr., 45, of Oakland after Grayson allegedly choked and scratched a victim during an argument, police said.

Stolen vehicles: Police are investigating apparent auto thefts from the 300 block of Central Avenue and the 1500 block of Chestnut Street. A third stolen automobile was recovered following a theft from the 2500 block of Blanding Avenue. Authorities discovered the vehicle only two blocks away from the site of the theft, police said.

Stolen bicycles: An unknown person or persons stole an unlocked bicycle from a porch area on the 200 block of Maitland Drive, police said.

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