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Police Blotter — Richmond Review

DUI, Suspended License, Possession of Narcotics and Narcotics Paraphernalia, Unsafe Turn: 300 Block of Clement Street, April 27, 2:34 p.m.

Officers responded to a traffic collision. The driver, who appeared to be unconscious,  had crashed into a parked car and was found slumped over inside the vehicle. The vehicle was still running and in drive.

The driver was immediately transported to a hospital for a possible overdose. Numerous narcotics and narcotics paraphernalia were located in the vehicle’s passenger compartment.

The suspect was issued a citation at the hospital.

Robbery, Aggravated Assault: 3000 Block of Cabrillo Street, April 30, 8:18 p.m.

The victim was riding his skateboard when the suspect asked to talk to him. The victim went closer to the suspect who then demanded his skateboard. The victim refused and a struggle ensued. 

The suspect was able to grab the skateboard and ran from the victim. The victim gave chase and asked for assistance from his neighbor, victim two. The suspect then turned and struck victim two with the skateboard.

Officers arrived and detained the suspect. Both victims positively identified the suspect and the skateboard was returned to the victim.

The suspect was arrested and booked at County Jail.

Outstanding Warrant: 500 Block of 38th Avenue, May 4, 5:29 p.m.

Officers had knowledge the suspect had a no-bail warrant for his arrest. The warrant was for an aggravated assault and weapons brandishing incident that occurred in late 2018. 

Officers located the suspect in the Richmond District and placed him under arrest. 

The suspect was booked at County Jail.

Aggravated Assault, Hit and Run, Probation Violation: 700 Block of Clement Street, May 6, 3:20 p.m.

The victim entered the Richmond Station to report he was intentionally struck by a vehicle fleeing the scene where the suspect’s vehicle allegedly hit the victim’s parked vehicle. Officers viewed video of the incident and obtained the suspect’s vehicle information.

A records check of the suspect’s vehicle revealed the owner’s address. Officers responded to the area and located the vehicle. As the vehicle was being hooked up to the tow truck, the owner arrived on scene and was arrested.

The victim positively identified the suspect. The suspect was arrested and booked at County Jail.

Burglary, Conspiracy, Possession of Burglary Tools, Resisting Arrest, Violation of Public Health Order: 400 Block of Seventh Avenue, May 14, 4:52 a.m.

On April 18, a bicycle and rolling suitcase were reported stolen.

On April 22, a second burglary was reported at the same location. The suspect made entry, but there was no loss.

On April 26, a video retrieval officer out of Richmond Station obtained and reviewed the footage associated with the burglaries and determined the same two suspects had gained entry into the building on both occasions.

The two suspects were subsequently identified.

On May 13, suspect one, along with a new accomplice, suspect three, again forced entry and attempted to burglarize the same location. When officers arrived, they located and arrested suspect one and suspect three. Suspect two has been identified but is still outstanding.

Suspects one and three were booked at County Jail.

Unlawful Discharge of a Firearm, Carrying a Concealed Weapon: Presidio Avenue and Clay Street, May 16, 10:33 p.m.

Officers responded to several calls regarding a vehicle doing donuts and reports of shots fired. Officers located several shell casings at the scene. A witness gave officers a description of the vehicle and the suspect involved in the incident.

Richmond units located the vehicle and the suspect. Before units could affect a traffic stop, the suspect exited his vehicle and walked toward a residence. Officers quickly apprehended the suspect.

During a search, a firearm was located in the suspect’s waistband. A search of the vehicle located a spent shell casing behind the driver seat.

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