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Livermore Sex Offender Sentenced to 30 Years

Posted on: 12/18/2014

David Charles Garrison, 39 of Livermore recently plead no contest to 12 counts of felony sex crimes against a minor under the age of 14.

Garrison was first suspected of abusing the young girl by a relative in 2012.

The child later told authorities that the abuse had been on going on for the past two years. Once the suspect was reported he was booked into Santa Rita Jail, and was later seen in court at the end of November where he was sentenced to 30 years in prison.

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Three People Injured in DUI Crash

Posted on: 12/15/2014

Tom Wilkinson, 60, was recently sentenced to five years in jail after a DUI crash that injured three people. The San Mateo Superior Court in Redwood City stated that Wilkinson had already been convicted of three previous drunk driving convictions.

According to the report Wilkinson had crashed into a parked car with multiple people inside. A man in the front seat of the car was pushed into the windshield from the collision and another victim was pinned to a bench after the car being pushed to the curb.

Immediately after the crash Wilkinson fled the scene, but a witness was able to take down his license plate number. The suspect was tracked down only a few blocks away from the accident.

Wilkinson had a blood-alcohol level of .39 percent, so he was taken to the hospital before he was booked into jail in Redwood City. Along with his prison sentence the suspect will be required to pay over $100,000 in restitution to the victims and about $21,000 in fines.

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Over 31 Arrests at Battle of the Bay

Posted on: 12/12/2014

The Alameda county Sheriffs Department was flooded with paperwork after the San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders game on December 7th.

Once crowds began to form and fights broke out the Coliseum ejected nearly 100 fans from the game. 31 of those guests were arrested and another eight were issued citations.

Most of the arrestees where charged with disorderly conduct and one fan was arrested for possession of a firearm.

According to the stadium staff there is an average of 10 arrests at every Raiders game.

All the people who were arrested were booked into Santa Rita Jail in Dublin. If you are seeking information regarding any Dublin Bail Bonds you may contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds 24 hours a day.

Burglary and Car Chase in Fremont

Posted on: 12/10/2014

Fremont Police recently responded to a call from a Target clerk that witnessed multiple people loading televisions from a fire exit into a U-Haul van.

Once police arrived they followed the vehicle to a Kaiser parking lot where one of the suspects exited the van. The female suspect that left the car was immediately apprehended and the van fled north on the freeway.

During the police chase the driver collided with multiple cars before the pursuit ended. The driver was then taken into custody and the televisions were recovered. Authorities also reported that the U-Haul van was stolen prior to the incident.

The male suspect is facing charges of evading the police, resisting arrest, hit-and-run, and commercial burglary. The female suspect is also being charged with conspiracy and commercial burglary. For Information on how to post bail in your area contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds regarding any Fremont Bail Bonds.

Man Arrested After Stabbing Girlfriend in Oakland

Posted on: 12/09/2014

On November 30th, 35-year-old man was arrested after a fight with his 19-year-old girlfriend that resulted in her death.

Both the suspect and the victim worked at Oakland Market on 18th street. The victim who was later identified as Rusamie Phongphoumy was attempting to end the relationship that she was in with the suspect and he became very upset. The couple had been together since the victim was 18, but she had been unhappy with their relationship for some time.

Once she informed the man that she wanted to break up he picked up a kitchen knife and began stabbing her repeatedly. She tried to escape, but was only able to make it outside of the store before she collapsed.

Residents were able to stop the man from leaving before the police arrived and Phongphoumy was pronounced dead at the scene.

Authorities did not release the suspect’s name, but they stated that he is being held in Santa Rita Jail without the opportunity of bail. For anyone seeking information for Santa Rita Bail Bonds you may contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds 24 hours a day.

Berkeley Police Arrest Suspects in ATM Robberies

Posted on: 12/04/2014

Late last month at around 2 a.m. a couple was enjoying the view at Grizzly Peak when they were approached by three men. Two of the men were carrying handguns and the third suspect was holding a baseball bat. The suspects demanded money from the couple, but they did not have any with them. The victims were then forced into the suspects’ car and driven to an ATM where they were forced to withdraw cash.

Once the suspects received the cash they released the victims unharmed.

On Monday Berkeley Police came forward and announced that they had arrested multiple suspects in this case. Authorities did not release any names, but the suspects are facing charges of kidnapping, robbery, and criminal threats.

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Fremont Man Arrested in Home Burglary

Posted on: 11/30/2014

Earlier this month an officer was conducting a traffic stop when he noticed that someone was shouting that their house was being robbed. Two men were seen running away from the house that had been broken in to.

The suspect had scaled up the side of the home to the second floor and broke in through an unlocked sliding glass door. Two adult and two teens were home and heard the burglar entering the home. Two of the victims confronted the suspect and chased him out the front door.

Once they were outside one of the victims shouted to the officer across the street and the other chased the suspect on foot. The officer that was alerted happened to be a sergeant and a SWAT supervisor. He quickly engaged in pursuit and apprehended the suspect without incident.

The suspect who was later identified as Norman Desumala, 33, of Fremont was then booked into jail on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance and residential burglary. For more information on posting any Fremont Bail Bonds you may contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds 24 hours a day.

Ferguson Riots Cause Nearly 150 Arrests

Posted on: 11/26/2014

After the grand jury’s announced their decision in the Ferguson shooting case, riots began in Oakland. Thousands of protesters flooded the streets and began to loot and vandalize all over the city. The first night riots were estimated to have nearly 3,000 participants.

On the following night the march started again in North Oakland and the downtown area. The crowd decreased to about 300 on the second night, but the amount of theft and violence increased. Multiple police officers reported injuries from rocks, firecrackers and one was struck with a brick while trying to control the mobs.

Several shops were cleaned out by looters. Vandals broke into a paint store and began to throw paint in intersections and businesses. A cell phone store was robbed, windows were shattered, and garbage cans were set on fire.

The Alameda County Sherriff’s Department Office reported 43 protesters arrested on Monday night and 92 on the following night. Most people were arrested on charges of obstruction, burglary, failure to disperse and vandalism. Most suspects were then booked in to Santa Rita Jail in Alameda County. Someone who would like to bail out themselves or a loved one can contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds regarding any Santa Rita Bail Bonds.

Berkeley Shooting Suspect Killed in Oakland

Posted on: 11/25/2014

In June of 2014 Donzale Mejia, 23, of Oakland was arrested in Berkeley for his involvement in a shooting that left two men wounded. He was released shortly after and no charges were filed. The District attorney’s office did not provide any information as to why they did not file charges against Mejia.

Last week Mejia was shot multiple times in the Mosswood Park Preforming Arts Center parking lot around noon on Wednesday. The suspect fired multiple rounds, hit a passing city van and shattered the passenger side window. No other injuries were reported and the suspect was seen fleeing in a pickup truck.

Meija later died in the hospital.

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East County Tactical Team Make Arrest in Oakland

Posted on: 11/24/2014

Earlier this month the Pleasanton Criminal investigations unit, and the East County Tactical Team joined together to serve a warrant for a suspect in Oakland.

The suspect had been wanted for his involvement in two separate criminal cases of rape and robbery. He was later identified as Rashad Costello, 24, of Oakland.

Both crimes involved the suspect locating victims though internet “escort” service ads. Costello would agree to meet a hotel and then force the victims to preform sexual acts at gunpoint. He would then rob them of any money or valuable items that they had.

Photo line-ups and DNA evidence were both used to positively identify Costello as the wanted suspect in both cases.

Costello was arrested and booked into Santa Rita Jail in Dublin where he is facing charges of rape, burglary, forced oral copulation, robbery, criminal threats, and assault with a deadly weapon.

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