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Monday, January 3


MISCELLANEOUS REPORT: Police said an individual who was walking her baby in a stroller on a lagoon-adjacent pathway let go of the stroller handle to adjust her pants only to find that the stroller had rolled away and launched the baby into the water. The baby appeared unharmed but was taken to Children’s Hospital in Oakland as a precaution, authorities said.

ASSAULT WITH DEADLY WEAPON ARREST: Police arrested Terrance Walker Nash, 40, of Alameda on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon other than a firearm for a December incident involving the throwing of a brick. The brick grazed the victim on the wrist.


Tuesday, January 4


INJURY ACCIDENT: A bicycle accident on the 900 block of Harbor Bay Parkway resulted in injuries, police said.

CREDIT CARD FRAUD: An individual discovered possible fraudulent credit cards in another individual’s name after the second person had moved out of a residence, police said.

CHILD CRUELTY AND ENDANGERMENT: Police cited Alameda residents Richard Lane Apple II, 31, and Elsa Vallejo, 30, for misdemeanor child abuse after the pair allegedly left two children, aged 2 and 6, home alone and without supervision for approximately 1.5 hours.


Wednesday, January 5


ATTEMPTED COMMERCIAL BURGLARY: An unknown suspect or suspects attempted to force open locked windows at Providence Veterinary Hospital on the 1400 block of Webster Street, police said.

BURGLARY: An unknown person or persons entered a residence on the 2700 block of Seaview Parkway by unknown means and stole property, authorities said.

INDECENT EXPOSURE ARREST: Police arrested Christopher Antonio Cox, 23, of Oakland on one charge of indecent exposure after he allegedly lowered his pants and waved his exposed, erect penis at a female victim as she drove her car through the intersection of Aughinbaugh Way and Mecartney Road. Officials arrested Cox at Mecartney and Ironwood Road.

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY: An individual entered Toy Safari on the 1400 block of Park Street and took property without permission, police said.

BURGLARY: Police said an unknown suspect or suspect climbed over a rear patio fence on the 400 block of Buena Vista Avenue, slid open an unlocked window and stole an iPod.

STRAY BULLET: A resident of Lincoln Avenue reported a bullet stuck in the trunk of her car, police said.

COUNTERFEIT BILL ARREST: Police arrested Ramen Salhi, 18, of Alameda after he allegedly attempted to purchase items at Safeway with a counterfeit $10 bill.

GRAND THEFT PURSE: An unknown suspect stole another individual’s purse from Kohl’s, police said.


Thursday, January 6


PEEPING TOM: Police are searching for a Peeping Tom they said was prowling on a balcony of a Linda Vista residence and looking inside through a sliding glass door.

GRAND THEFT: An Alameda resident hired day laborers to help him move and later found items missing, police said.

COUNTERFEIT BILL: Police said a counterfeit $20 bill was found in an alley near the 1400 block of Park Street.

ATTEMPTED BURGLARY: An individual used a chair to stand on while removing the screen from a window of a residence on the 1300 block of Caroline Street, police said. According to authorities, the perpetrator pushed on the window but failed to gain entry.

STATUTORY RAPE ARREST: Police arrested Jeremy Aguel Estigoy, 20, of Alameda on a charge of statutory rape. According to authorities, Estigoy is expected to face additional charges and has confessed. The age difference between Estigoy and the victim or victims is more than six years, police said.

Stolen vehicles: Blue 1998 GMC Suburban, between 11 p.m. January 5 and 2:04 a.m. today, from the 300 block of Oleander Avenue. Oakland police later found the vehicle abandoned, authorities said.

Black 1998 Acura Integra, between 7 p.m. January 5 and 7:30 a.m. today, from the 1600 block of Union Street.


Friday, January 7


BATTERY: Police are investigating an apparent battery at Encinal High School in which an individual tripped another individual and punched her in the face. The incident stemmed from ongoing animosity between the parties, police said.

FORGERY: Police said an unknown suspect allegedly forged a check from Clinton Avenue business Alameda Structural Inc.

BURGLARY: An unknown person or persons stole tools from a garage on the 3100 block of La Cresta, police said.

Stolen vehicles: Tan 1999 Mazda four-door, between 7:55 a.m. and 8 a.m., from the 200 block of Maple Way.

White 1997 Honda Civic, between 10 p.m. January 6 and 9 a.m. today, from an underground parking garage on the 300 block of Central Avenue.

Stolen bicycle: Green Specialized Crossroads, between 5:15 p.m. and 5:40 p.m. today, from the 2500 block of Blanding Avenue.


Saturday, January 8


GUN THEFT: Police said an unknown suspect stole a gun from the center console of a vehicle on the zero block of Stonington Pointe.

BURGLARY: An unknown suspect or suspects entered the basement of an apartment building on the 1100 block of Park Street by unknown means, stole items and fled, authorities said.

Stolen bicycle: Gray Torker U-District one speed, between midnight and 9 a.m., from the 2300 block of Clement Avenue.


Sunday, January 9


COMMERCIAL BURGLARY: Police said an individual went behind the counter of the floral department at Safeway, used an unknown tool to pry open the cash register, and took money before fleeing the store.

BURGLARY: An unknown suspect or suspects entered an apartment on the 300 block of Willow Street through an unlocked window and stole items from inside the residence, police said.

Stolen vehicle: Blue 1994 Honda Civic, between 8:30 p.m. January 8 and 1 p.m. today, from the 1400 block of Union Street.

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