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Campbell crime report for the week of May 24 – The Mercury News

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Monday, May 6

300 block Carlyn: A green 2003 Ford Explorer was stolen after the key was left in the vehicle.

400 block Sunberry: A breathalyzer and a necklace were stolen from an unlocked vehicle.

Bascom Avenue at Campbell Avenue: A 35-year-old pushed a passerby without provocation. Upon contact, the suspect fled on foot and was ultimately taken into custody.

900 block Ravenscourt Drive: A 41-year-old was contacted during a disturbance and found to have $50,000 in outstanding warrants.

1200 block Colleen Way: A 58-year-old got into a verbal argument with the victim. The suspect punched the victim in the arm. No visible injury or complaint of pain was reported.

100 block W Hamilton Avenue: Officers observed a vehicle with expired registration to the rear of the complex. While police were ordering a tow, the suspect approached the car and claimed it was his. The suspect was found to be under the influence. An inventory of the vehicle revealed an ounce of meth, scales with residue, and drug paraphernalia. The suspect was arrested and admitted to possessing meth for sales.

00 block S Second Street: Someone broke the windows to two vehicles in the parking structure and stole a laptop and miscellaneous personal items.

1100 block Smith Avenue: A 54-year-old and a victim were in a verbal argument. The suspect grabbed the victim’s phone from his hand while he was videotaping the argument and slapped his hand in the process.

700 block Dry Creek Road: The first suspect, 17, was captured on the victim’s Ring doorbell trying the door handle and adjacent windows to the property. The 17-year-old was confronted by the victim and detained until Campbell police units arrived. The second suspect, also 17, was located across the street and had items that were taken from additional victim vehicles on the same street.

300 block E Hamilton Avenue: Someone broke a front window to the business and stole cigarettes from a display.

Tuesday, May 7

1400 block Whiteoaks Road: A 33-year-old left a message in violation of a restraining order.

Bucknall Road at San Tomas Aquino Road: A 30-year-old was contacted regarding a prowler call. The suspect was found to have two no-bail warrants.

2300 block S. Winchester Boulevard: A 63-year-old was causing a disturbance. The suspect was found to be under the influence of a controlled substance and in possession of a pipe.

900 block Campisi Way: A red and white Novara Strada road bike was stolen from a locked garage.

400 block W. Rincon Avenue: A white 2018 Dodge Charger was stolen. The victim tracked her vehicle to Santa Cruz, where her friend located it in a parking lot. Santa Cruz police recovered the vehicle.

00 block Palomar Real: An unknown suspect told victim that her account might get hacked. The victim followed the suspect’s direction to pull out the money in her account and put it on gift cards to avoid it being taken. The victim provided the numbers of the cards to the suspect, who she believed was a federal officer.

00 block Cristich Lane: A 25-year-old used counterfeit bills to pay for his tow bill. The suspect’s car was towed in Los Gatos when he was arrested for using counterfeit money.

Bascom Avenue Woodard Road: A 28-year-old was involved in a collision with the victim’s vehicle and fled. The victim followed the suspect’s vehicle and observed him park and then walk away from the vehicle. The suspect had distinct hair and tattoos and was located a short distance away. The suspect displayed objective symptoms of alcohol intoxication and was on parole. The suspect was found to be intoxicated while driving.

700 block W Hamilton Avenue: The suspect entered a store, stole shoes and drove off in a black Honda Civic.

San Tomas Aquino Road and Campbell Avenue: Campbell police received several calls regarding a vehicle driving recklessly and doing doughnuts. A 28-year-old man was stopped a short distance away from his vehicle within a few minutes of the reports of the reckless driving. The suspect displayed objective symptoms of intoxication and was in possession of car keys to the involved vehicle, which was also registered to him. The suspect was found to be DUI.

Wednesday, May 8

300 block Railway Avenue: A wallet containing cash and credit cards was stolen from an unlocked vehicle.

1200 block White Oaks Avenue: An unknown suspect cut the catalytic converter off of three vehicles in the lot.

800 block Michael Drive: Officers located a white 1996 Honda Civic that had been reported stolen in San Jose.

1800 block Villarita Drive: Four suspects were observed fleeing from a residence and entering an awaiting Mazda SUV. Upon arrival, it was determined that entry was made via a smashed sliding rear door and the house was ransacked.

00 block W. Campbell Avenue: Officers conducted a vehicle stop. A passenger immediately fled from the vehicle and shortly thereafter was located and taken into custody. The other two suspects were detained during a high-risk vehicle stop. A search of the vehicle revealed one was in possession of over an ounce of marijuana, scales, a large sum of money and cell phones. A beer was located at the suspect’s feet. The fleeing suspect was found to have an outstanding warrant. The other suspect is on juvenile probation for burglary and violated his terms. The other two suspects were booked.

100 block Echo Avenue: The victim said that during an argument, the suspect grabbed her wrist. The victim reported this after the suspect left to go to the gym.

500 block Chapman Drive: An unknown suspect entered residence via unlocked side garage door, ransacked the master bedroom and stole jewelry and a black replica pistol BB gun.

500 block Chapman Drive: An unknown suspect entered an unlocked vehicle and stole the registration card and insurance card.

500 block E. Hamilton Avenue: Officers located a white Ford Explorer taken from Salerno and discovered the vehicle was occupied. As units were responding to the scene, two suspects exited the vehicle and ran northbound; both suspects were taken into custody. One was in possession of the key fob and admitted taking the vehicle; he was also in possession of stolen property from two vehicle thefts.

Thursday, May 9

600 block E. Campbell Avenue and Dover Way: The victim of a vehicle burglary where someone broke a window to his work van and stole tools then located his tools for sale and contacted the seller. The suspect fled prior to police arrival. The suspect has multiple misdemeanor warrants and is on searchable probation. A probation search of the suspect’s apartment was conducted, and more of the victim’s tools were located.

1800 block W. Campbell Avenue: A 40-year-old was reported to be acting suspiciously in the parking lot talking to himself. Upon contact, the suspect was found to be under the influence of meth.

3200 block S. Winchester Boulevard: A 28-year-old purchased a vehicle using a bad check. The suspect has a history of purchasing vehicles throughout the Bay Area.

100 block Kennedy Avenue: A 28-year-old was terminated from the company, and prior to turning in his company credit card, he charged personal items.

Ash Court, Page Street and Hawthorne: A 25-year-old was reported by multiple parties to be acting suspicious and walking onto people’s property. The suspect was in possession of mail from various residences in the neighborhood. The suspect was determined to be have been prowling on multiple properties looking for items to steal and was found to be under the influence of meth.

00 block E. Campbell Avenue: An unknown suspect contacted the victim, claiming to be from PG&E regarding a past due account. The suspect convinced the victim to purchase gift cards and provide the card information over the phone.

Campbell Avenue and Victor: A suspect was contacted and taken into custody on two warrants from the Campbell Police Department, totaling $20,000.

1600 block S. Bascom Avenue: A 36-year-old woman was stopped for Campbell Vehicle Code violation. Officers observed a meth pipe in the passenger door map pocket. The suspect was also in possession of diazepam and methocarbamol for sale, and she had meth on her person. A second suspect had various driver licenses, ID cards and Social Security cards, which she admitted to selling for cash. That suspect was in possession of syringes.

San Tomas Expressway and Budd Avenue: A 21-year-old was stopped for a Campbell Vehicle Code violation. The suspect displayed objective symptoms of being under the influence of a controlled substance. The suspect was in possession of Xanax bars.

Friday, May 10

400 block of Kenneth Street: Someone was observed stealing a package from the front porch.

W. Hamilton Avenue and San Tomas Expressway: A 37-year-old caused a disturbance and was found to be too intoxicated to care for himself.

400 block of W. Hamilton Avenue: The suspect and victim have an ongoing feud. The victim claims the suspect threatened to kill her husband and rape her. The victim desired prosecution. The suspect denied the claims.

200 block of W. Sunnyoaks Avenue: A 52-year-old and a victim got in an argument. The suspect followed the victim to store, where the two were involved in a fight. The victim went inside the store to get away from the suspect. The suspect followed the victim inside. The victim used her cell phone to record the suspect’s demeanor. The suspect attacked the victim and pulled the phone from the victim’s grip. The suspect also stole the victim’s keys from the ground and attempted to flee. The victim followed the suspect to her vehicle and tried getting her phone back. The suspect sprayed the victim in the face with mace. Both subjects were contacted, and the victim desired prosecution. A record check revealed the suspect is a convicted felon.

1600 block of S. Bascom Avenue: A 25-year-old stole items and fled. The suspect was contacted and found to have a warrant.

300 block of Budd Avenue: An unknown suspect smashed a window to the victim’s vehicle and stole items. The victim’s credit cards were later used.

1500 block of S. Bascom Avenue: A 49-year-old man was passed out behind the wheel of his vehicle. The suspect displayed objective symptoms of alcohol intoxication.

Saturday, May 11

1200 block White Oaks Avenue: An unknown suspect cut the catalytic converters off of three trucks overnight.

00 block Sunnyside Avenue:  Two bicycles were stolen from a carport overnight.

1100 block Smith Avenue: A 19-year-old and a victim got into an argument. The victim ran away from the suspect. The suspect chased the victim, dragged him down some stairs and started punching him. Bystanders intervened while the suspect was kicking the victim, who was laying on the ground. The suspect and victim then turned on the bystanders, and a secondary fight ensued. The suspect was booked.

200 block Warwick Drive: An unknown suspect smashed a window to the victim’s vehicle and stole a military-style radio.

Hamilton Avenue and Marathon Drive: A 24-year-old man crashed a Vespa scooter he said he was test driving from a yard sale. The suspect displayed objective symptoms of alcohol intoxication. The scooter was determined to be stolen.

300 block Union Avenue: Someone cut a cable lock off a bike rack mounted on a car and stole a blue Santa Cruz 5010 mountain bike.

200 block E. Campbell Avenue: A 29-year-old and a victim got into an argument. The suspect punched the victim, causing minor injuries, and the victim desired prosecution. The victim declined medical attention. The suspect displayed objective symptoms of alcohol intoxication.

Camden and Dell avenues: The 26-year-old was stopped for a Campbell Vehicle Code violation. The suspect displayed objective symptoms of alcohol intoxication.

2300 block S. Winchester Boulevard: The suspect and victim got into an argument inside a bar and continued outside to the parking lot, at which time it became physical. Both had injuries; the suspect was found to be the primary aggressor due to the extent of the victim’s injuries.

300 block Kuehnis: Two suspects were contacted after reportedly looking into vehicles with flashlights. Both suspects displayed objective symptoms of being under the influence of a controlled substance, and both were in possession of drug paraphernalia. One suspect was also in possession of meth.

400 block E. Campbell Avenue: Someone smashed the front door glass and stole lottery tickets and cigarettes. Surveillance camera recorded a subject wearing a hooded sweatshirt, mask and gloves.

Sunday, May 12

800 block Harriet Avenue: One suspect was hired to pet sit. The suspect unplugged the wireless server for the residence, which turned off the surveillance. The first suspect let the second into the residence. They took a Nintendo Switch. They were caught on surveillance going to the victim’s brother’s residence, where they took additional property.

1400 block Picadilly Place: The suspect accidentally shot himself. He is prohibited from possessing a gun and ammunition due to prior convictions and is on probation for firearm violations. The magazine, ammo and cocaine were located during a search of the residence, but the gun is still outstanding.

600 block E. Hamilton Avenue: Two suspects were seen by loss prevention on video breaking into a van in the parking lot. They attempted to flee on motorcycles. One suspect crashed his motorcycle in the parking lot and fled on foot, where he was captured by officers. He is a felon and had a loaded handgun in his backpack. The motorcycle he crashed was stolen from San Jose. The suspect also had four felony warrants totaling $1.12 million.

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