April 28 – May 4: Pittsburg Police Calls

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By Yosi Yahoudai
Founder and Managing Partner

The following is a sampling of the Pittsburg Police Calls reported between April 28 – May 4 which focuses on the higher priority call responses in the City of Pittsburg.

Arson

5/1 – 4100 block Harbor St.

Burglary – Auto

4/30 – 4000 block Century Blvd. 5/2 – 200 block El Camino Dr 5/2 – Not available 5/2 – 2500 block Railroad Ave

Drugs – possession of Dangerous

4/30 – 3700 block Railroad Ave 5/3 – W Leland Rd & Karen Way 5/4 – Cal Ext/Lov.

Drugs – Sales of Narcotics

5/3 – Harbor St & School St.

Grand Theft

5/1 – 600 block Bailey Rd (from vehicle)

Identity Theft

4/28 – 2100 block Rancho Way 4/29 – 300 block Warren way 4/29 – 100 block W 9th St 5/1 – 400 block W 12th St 5/3 – 100 block Peppertree Way

Other – Felony

5/1 – E 12th St & Cedar St.

Petty Theft

4/28 – 2300 block N Park Blvd. 5/4 – 700 block Wedgewood Dr (vehicle parts)

Robbery – Strongarm

5/1 – 3200 block Harbor St.

Vandalism

4/28 – 30 block Angelica St 4/30 – 800 block E 14th 4/30 – not available 4/30 – 200 block W 12th St 5/2 – 2500 block Railroad Ave 5/3 – 1600 block Rio Verde Cr 5/4 – 1600 block N Park Blvd. 5/4 – not available

Vehicle Theft (16)

4/29 – Stoneman & Harbor St 5/1 – 2200 block E Leland Rd 5/1 – 10 block Buena Vista 5/1 – El Dorado Dr & Railroad ave 5/1 – 2200 block Loveridge Rd 5/1 – 1100 block Santa Lucia Dr. 5/2 – 200 block William Way 5/2 – 4300 block Glen Canyon 5/2 – 4300 block Glen Canyon Cr 5/2 – 2900 block Railroad Ave 5/2 – not available 5/3 – 2000 block Brighton Dr 5/3 – 100 block Acorn Lane 5/3 – 4100 block Casper St 5/4 – 1500 block Norine Dr 5/4 – Central Ave & Liberty Ct.

Warrant – Arrest

4/29 – Walgreens & Railroad 4/29 – 600 block Railroad Ave 5/1 – Railroad & School St.

Previous Pittsburg Police Calls

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About the Author
Yosi Yahoudai is a founder and the managing partner of J&Y. His practice is comprised primarily of cases involving automobile and motorcycle accidents, but he also represents people in premises liability lawsuits, including suits alleging dangerous conditions of public property, third-party criminal conduct, and intentional torts. He also has expertise in cases involving product defects, dog bites, elder abuse, and sexual assault. He earned his Bachelor of Arts from the University of California and is admitted to practice in all California State Courts, and the United States District Court for the Southern District of California. If you have any questions about this article, you can contact Yosi by clicking here.

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