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Posted on: 10/10/2014
On October 7th Tabassum Yousuf, 42, was arrested on suspicion of felony manslaughter and multiple counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
According to reports during a Halloween party in 2013 Yousuf provided liquor at a party where a 17-year-old got drunk and slammed his car into a tree. The car crash resulted in the death of the passenger who was the owner of the vehicle.
Police were able to check financial records and had eyewitness accounts that provide evidence that Yousuf purchased large amounts of liquor and beer for her teenage son’s party.
The suspect posted bail and was released from custody until her court date. For information on how to post bail in your area contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds regarding any Fremont bail bonds.
Posted on: 10/09/2014
Early this month Stephen Peterson, 27 was arrested on suspicion of multiple acts of arson. Peterson is one of two suspects in a series of recent fires.
Peterson is currently being held in Santa Rita Jail on three counts of arson.
The second suspect admits to starting one of the fires. Andrew Gutierrez, 22, stated that he was high on methamphetamines and set fire to a piece of plastic in a garbage can. The resulting fire spanned across seven-blocks and destroyed multiple businesses.
Both suspects are awaiting trial. Someone who is awaiting trial in a pending criminal case may contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds regarding any Santa Rita Bail Bonds for more information.
Posted on: 10/05/2014
Last Tuesday 45-year-old Shane Lacey was arrested in a search and seizure orchestrated by local police departments. Livermore, Dublin and Pleasanton police served a search warrant at the suspects’ home at about 3 p.m.
During the search authorities found large amounts of cocaine, methylenedioxymethamphetamine, GBH, Xanax, and prescription pain killers. Along with the drugs police also seized three vehicles and $4,500 in cash.
Lacey is facing multiple charges of possession with intent to sell. The suspect was booked into Santa Rita Jail to await trail. Someone who is awaiting trial in a pending case may contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds for any Dublin bail bonds.
Posted on: 10/02/2014
Two teens were recently on suspicion of misdemeanor hazing. The names of the teens were not released because they are juveniles, but they are students of Valley Charter Preparatory High School.
According to the report the two football players held down a freshman teammate and shaved part of his head. Along with the hazing charges the two boys are also facing battery and false imprisonment charges.
Since the students were under 18 years old they were not eligible for bail. Someone who is eligible for bail and is facing possible jail time may contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds regarding any information on Livermore Bail Bonds.
Posted on: 09/30/2014
Police recently responded to a disturbance at Koh E Nor restaurant. According to report there was a man who started to cause a scene and refused to leave the building.
Once the police arrived the man approached the squad car and began to yell at the offices. When the man refused to calm down the officers called in additional support.
While the officers were placing the man in the back of the car he began to struggle and kicked one of the officers in the chest. Once the suspect was subdued he was transported to Santa Rita Jail in Dublin.
The suspect was carried into the jail where he was booked for public intoxication, resisting arrest and obstructing an officer. Anyone who is facing incarceration for pending charges may contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds for more information on Dublin Bail Bonds.
Posted on: 09/24/2014
A 33-year-old Newark woman was spotted by staff in Dale Hardware walking around the store and concealing items on her person. The staff then called the police, but by that time the suspect was already attempting to leave the store.
As the woman was attempting to leave the store without paying for the Items, the hardware store staff began to chase the woman. Once the woman began to flee the woman then fell to the ground and injured her head.
Fremont Police arrived and the suspect was sent to a local hospital before she was booked for felony petty theft with priors. Someone who is facing possible incarceration in a pending criminal case may contact Fremont Bail Bonds.
Posted on: 09/20/2014
Target security guards recently spotted a suspicious character who was walking around the store with a large suitcase. They quickly identified the man as a patron who was roaming the stores in the week prior to the incident.
The last time they had seen the 34-year-old man there was a merchandise theft. They were able to catch the suspect on camera, but were unable to apprehend him when he last left the store. The man assumed he had gotten away with the crime and returned to attempt the same maneuver.
The police were called and the suspect was detained as the gentleman attempted to leave the store. Once the man was searched police found 28 canisters of baby formula in the suspect’s suitcase. The man was then sent and booked into Santa Rita Jail on suspicion of commercial burglary and theft charges. Anyone who is seeking information on how to post bail in a pending criminal case may contact Santa Rita Bail Bonds.
Posted on: 09/16/2014
Three 18-year-old suspects were recently arrested after reports of a robbery. According to the report the three men approached the 19-year-old female victim and began verbally harassing her.
The incident then escalated and the mend began to spit on her and kick her to the ground. One of the men stole her phone and then took off into a dark vehicle.
Police were quickly able to find the suspects once they arrived on the scene. Two of the suspects were also found with concealed firearms. Once detained the three men were booked into Santa Rita Jail in Dublin, California. Anyone who is seeking information on how to post bail in a criminal case may contact Dublin Bail Bonds for more information.
Posted on: 09/12/2014
Andrew Nisbet, 32, has recently pleaded guilty to seven felony counts of sexual abuse to minors. Nisbet was originally facing up to 75 counts of abusing boys from the ages of 12 to 17.
Nisbet was a youth golf instructor who worked through the Las Positas Golf course and even took part in helping to run the U.S. Golf Championship for kids. Prior to allegations of child abuse Nisbet was also in high standing with his peers.
Along with the sexual abuse charges Nisbet was also charged with three counts of solicitation of murder. The suspect had planned to have the victims murdered while he was in jail.
Nisbet is looking at a 27 year term in jail. Anyone who is facing possible incarceration in a pending criminal case may contact Livermore Bail Bonds.
Posted on: 09/07/2014
San Leandro Police were responding to a report of “suspicious characters” when they spotted two men who were looking inside cars near John Muir Middle School.
The officers began to approach the pair and they immediately took off on foot. They follow the men until one stopped and drew a sharp steel woodworking tool at the officers. The officers then drew their weapons and one of the suspects began to cooperate. The other suspect threw his weapon and detained shortly after.
The suspects Carlos Onate, 31 and Sunil Kamelshan, 37 of San Leandro were already wanted for auto theft charges and were booked into Santa Rita Jail. Onate is also facing charges of resisting arrest and brandishing a dangerous weapon at an officer. If you or a loved one are facing incarceration due to criminal charges you may contact Santa Rita Bail Bonds for more information.