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Posted on: 01/24/2015
Fremont police responded to reports of a man who drew a knife on two contractors and began to chase them through a residential neighborhood.
The 48-year-old attacker approached the 54-year-old contractor and began chasing him down the street with the knife is his hand. The victim shouted out for help and was able to hide behind a tree. The contractor’s co-worker heard him and rushed to his aid.
The man then began to chase both contractors with the six-inch blade. Police arrived and found the suspect in a community park.
The officers did not disclose much information as to what happened while they were attempting to apprehend the suspect. The only information that was provided was that one officer fired his Taser while the other discharged his service firearm. They did not state which weapon was fired first.
The victims said that they did not know the attacker and his name was not released. The officers were put on leave while the District Attorney’s Office investigates the shooting.
At this point it is unclear as to whether the officer that fired the suspect will face legal charges or jail time. For information on Fremont Bail Bonds, Nor Cal Bail Bonds is available 24 hours a day.
Posted on: 01/21/2015
In Late October Jerry Canfield, 72 of Alameda walked into a police station and stated that he had killed his wife. He informed police that his wife had been in constant pain for some time and that they had previously agreed that he would kill her if a situation like this occurred.
When investigators went to the suspects home they found Joann Canfield in her bed with a gunshot wound to the head.
Police lieutenant Jill Ottaviano said that Canfield had no problem telling authorities the details of the crime and that he had planned the killing.
Prior to his hearing Canfield was being held in Santa Rita Jail without the possibility of bail. After his plea of not guilty on January 16th the suspect was placed back into custody with a bail set at $100,000. He is scheduled to return to court in mid-February.
If you or a loved one is facing jail time in a pending legal matter, you can contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds regarding any Santa Rita Bail Bonds. We are available 24 hours a day.
Posted on: 01/19/2015
At the San Mateo Superior Court in Redwood City two Oakland men pleaded not guilty to multiple charges after a standoff with SWAT and police officers.
The two suspects were spotted stealing cars earlier this month at the Central Parking Garage in San Mateo. The suspects were later identified as Andre Dupree-Lafleur Jr., 22, and Walter Mitchell, 26.
When the two men were confronted by police, Mitchell drew a handgun at an officer before fleeing the area. Both suspects fled into an apartment complex and were later seen in a silver Acura.
Shortly after officers failed to stop the car the driver lost control of the car and crashed into a tree. They were quickly able to break out of the car and escape the scene.
Police officers and a SWAT team were able to track down the suspects and pin them down in a secured perimeter. The standoff went on for several hours before Mitchell surrendered to authorities.
Both men are facing charges of evading police, failing to stop for police, and second-degree burglary. In addition Mitchell also plead not guilty to brandishing a gun at a police officer and possession of the stolen property that was found in the stolen Acura.
Mitchell and Dupree-Lafleur remain in custody with bail set at $100,000 each. For information regarding and Redwood City Bail bonds, contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds .
Posted on: 01/08/2015
Alameda County has reported a DUI Arrest decrease of about 30 percent from last year’s year-end crackdown. Overall arrests decreased, but drunk driving related fatalities increased threefold.
From December through New Year’s authorities reported 289 arrests for suspicion of driving under the influence. That number is drastically lower from the 415 reported arrests from the same time last year.
One of the reported deaths involved Travis Maresca, 20 of Livermore and an unnamed female passenger. Maresca was traveling on I-580 when he stuck a struck a pole while attempted to exit the freeway.
The female passenger was pronounced dead at the scene and Maresca was booked into Santa Rita Jail on suspicion of driving under the influence and vehicular manslaughter.
According to the police, DUI operations will increase over all upcoming holidays and events. If you or a loved one needs help concerning Livermore Bail Bonds, please contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds for any information.
Posted on: 01/07/2015
Pleasanton Police were recently conducting a routine patrol and noticed three men in the Larksur Landing parking lot around 12:36a.m. When the Officer checked the license plate number of their vehicle he discovered that the car had been reported stolen.
Once the officer approached the suspects he conducted a search of the vehicle and proceeded to search their hotel room.
During the search police found stolen credit cards, fake credit cards, computers, illegal narcotics, stolen personal information and a credit card embossing machine.
Jason Brown, 25, had information on from multiple residents across the bay area and several pieces of stolen mail. He is facing multiple charges of possession of stolen property and possession of a stolen vehicle.
Brown’s associates heather Maiale, 25, of Mountain House and Chase Alves, 25, of Castro Valley were also arrested and booked into Santa Rita Jail in Dublin. Maiale and Alves are facing charges from the evidence found during the police search and probation violations. To get more information on Dublin Bail Bonds you can contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds 24 hours a day with any inquiries.
Posted on: 01/06/2015
Late last month a Fremont police officer was attempting to serve an emergency domestic violence protective order to a parolee, but once he arrived at the home the man became very uncooperative. When the officer attempted to search the individual attempted to fend off the officer. During the struggle the parolee was able to a swallow a small baggie that was believed to be filled with cocaine.
Once the man was subdued by the officer he was taken to a hospital to be medically evaluated. He refused any medical treatment and remained in the hospital for several hours where he was monitored for his safety.
Upon medical clearance the suspect was then booked into Santa Rita Jail on charges of destruction of evidence, parole violation and resisting arrest. For help with any Fremont Bail bonds, contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds for more information.
Posted on: 12/31/2014
Two suspects were arrested on Christmas Eve after police were called to the Lexington area of Livermore due to multiple thefts. Residents reported that mail was being stolen and packages were being taken from their porches.
One of the victims was able to catch the suspects on a home security camera, but once officers arrived to the scene the suspects had already left the neighborhood.
Later that day Livermore Police responded to a call on Maria Road where Jose Ruiz, 31, and Christina Rodriguez, 27 were found hiding in bushes. Police were able to identify Ruiz and Rodriquez as the suspects in the surveillance video earlier that day. Their car was found nearby and it was filled with stolen packages and mail from multiple surrounding cities.
Both suspects were arrested and booked into Santa Rita Jail. For information regarding Livermore Bail Bonds, you may contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds 24 hours a day.
Posted on: 12/29/2014
Jakari Amani Bolden, 25 of Oakland recently plead guilty to charges of robbery and the use of a firearm while committing a felony. Bolden was a primary suspect in a case regarding the robbery of a Pleasanton home in late August.
Police responded to a 911 call on August 26th where a woman claimed that four men confronted her as she approached the door to her home. She stated that the four men were armed and forced their way inside and began to search the residence. The men confronted her husband and stole a large bag of money that he has one at Casino 580 the night before.
The California Justice Bureau of Gambling was able to track two of the suspects back to the casino where they had witnessed the victim win the money. They then contacted two others to and formed a plan to follow the victim to his home and rob him.
After the suspects were taken into custody they were held at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin. The three other suspects were convicted last month, and Bolden plead guilty on December 3rd. For anyone seeking information on how to post bail in your area contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds regarding Dublin Bail Bonds.
Posted on: 12/26/2014
San Leandro and Oakland police arrested four suspects in a carjacking after a car chase.
The suspects fled the area after the carjacking in two separate vehicles and headed towards the freeway. During the pursuit the vehicles the police cruisers reached speeds of almost 100 mph.
The chase continued on Interstate 580 until the high rates of speed caused the police to discontinue the pursuit.
Later that night officers were able to track down one of the vehicles parked in a residential neighborhood. While the police were watching the car they spotted the four suspects walk out of a home a leave in the vehicle.
As the police were following the car it stopped and the suspects took off into the surrounding area, so dogs and a helicopter were called in to aid in the search.
By the end of the night all night all of the suspects were found. Bud Landers, 18 of Berkeley was arrested and booked into Santa Rita Jail on suspicion of armed carjacking and possession of a firearm. All of the other suspects were under eighteen, so they were taken to another facility without the option of bail.
If you or someone you know is seeking information on how to post bail, contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds regarding any Santa Rita Bail Bonds.
Posted on: 12/25/2014
On December 12th around 10am a nicely dressed couple came to the home of a Fremont resident around Logan Drive. Once the victim answered the door the female suspect drew a handgun and demanded that she let her and the male suspect into her home.
The two suspects were able to grab cash and designer purses before they made their escape.
The victim reported that she was not harmed during the incident, but was unable to see the suspects’ vehicle.
The female was described as Caucasian, in her 20s and the male Hispanic, and in his 30s. Fremont police have yet to make an arrest in this case.
The suspects would be facing charges of robbery and criminal threats. Someone who is facing incarceration in a criminal case may contact Nor Cal Bail Bonds regarding any Fremont Bail Bonds.