Santa Clara Police Blotter for April 12

If you are going to give a false name, probably should make sure it does not already have a warrant out on it.

Warrant Arrest – Misdemeanor

An officer conducted a vehicle enforcement stop in the area of El Camino Real and Kiely Blvd. He contacted the driver who provided him with a false name. The false name came back with a warrant hit. The driver was removed from the vehicle and arrested. When the driver realized her attempt to hide her true identity may land her in jail, she confessed and told the officer her real name. Unfortunately for the driver, she also had two outstanding warrants. She was arrested for the warrants and for providing false information to a police officer.

Time: 0730 
Case Number: 16-3470

Santa Clara Police Blotter for March 19

Tuesday, March 15, 2016 – Weapons – Location: 4900 Marie P. DeBartolo Way 

Security at Levi’s Stadium contacted Public Safety Dispatchers after a male subject attempted to enter the facility with a three foot samurai sword and requested to speak with stadium management. The blade of the sword was sheathed and the subject did not make any threats. The subject refused to put the sword down. After a brief struggle, the subject was transported to a local hospital for a medical evaluation.

Time: 1018 Case Number: 16-2582

Santa Clara Police Blotter for Apr 29

I get a weekly email of the police activity in Santa Clara.
Sometimes there are definite Darwin Award candidates

This week’s winner (my emphasis)

Warrant Arrest
Location: Monroe Street and Scott Boulevard
An officer entered into a consensual conversation with the male suspect outside the 7-11 store at Scott Boulevard and Monroe Street. While speaking to the suspect, he mentioned he had a warrant. A Records check confirmed a $7000 misdemeanor warrant. He was arrested and booked into County jail.
Time: 1630
Case Number: 14-004400

Other highlights from this week

Guess his arms were full
Burglary
Location: 2200 Block of Francis Avenue
Officers responded to the 2200 block of Francis Avenue on the report of a burglary. Sometime during the night, an unknown suspect entered the residence through an unlocked door and stole property from a closed in patio area of the residence. In addition to property being taken, the suspect also left some property that was believed to be from a neighboring home. Follow-up revealed that a neighboring home was also burglarized during the night (Case Number 14-004547). The suspect(s) remain at large.
Time: 0654
Case Number: 14-004546