June 9-15: 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 June 9-15 which focuses on the higher priority call responses in the  City of Pittsburg.

Assault – Deadly Weapon

6/9 – 100 block School St.

Auto Burglary

6/12 – 2200 block Jaqueline 6/13 – not available 6/14 – 600 block Rockspray Cr.

Burglary – Commercial

6/9 – 2900 block Railroad Ave 6/12 – 2100 block Railroad Ave

DUI

6/15 – Century Blvd & Auto Center Dr.

Embezzlement

6/13 – 500 block Harbor Ct.

Fraud

6/10 – 2000 block Oakridge Lane

Grand Theft

6/13 – 60 block Civic Ave

Homicide – Attempt

6/9 – 60 block Civic Ave

Other – Felony

6/12 – Piedmont Way & E Leland Rd.

Other – Misdemeanor

6/14 – Railroad Ave & E Leland

Petty Theft

6/11 – 2200 block Loveridge Rd 6/12 – 4400 block Valle Vista 6/15 – 1100 block Pheasant Dr (from vehicle)

Robbery

6/14 – 20 block Carolyn Dr. (armed) 6/14 – 2300 block N Park Blvd (strong arm)

Vehicle Theft (17)

6/10 – 4100 block Century Blvd. 6/10 – 1100 block Cutter St 6/10 – not available 6/10 – 2200 block Loveridge 6/10 – 1100 block Pheasant Dr 6/10 – 60 block Civic Ave 6/11 – 500 block W 10th 6/11 – 60 block Verve Ct. 6/11 – 400 block E 10th 6/13 – 100 block Spinnaker Way 6/13 – 40 block Halsey Ct 6/14 – 10 block Marina Blvd. 6/14 – 4000 block Harbor St 6/14 – 300 block Bruno Ave 6/14 – 1800 block Hanlon 6/15 – Railroad Ave/Civic 6/15 – 100 block Lorraine Ave

Vandalism

6/9 – 2100 block Railroad 6/9 – 2100 block Railroad 6/10 – 3800 block Meadowbrook Cr. 6/13 – 600 block Garcia Ave 6/13 – 1700 block Harmony Way 6/15 – 3700 block Century Ct.

Warrant – Arrest

6/9 – 100 block W Leland Rd.

Weapon – Brandishing

6/10 – 500 block W 10th St. Vandalism Arrest

Over the past few months, a series of vandalism’s targeted multiple businesses on Garcia Avenue in Pittsburg. The vandals used a pellet gun to shoot at the glass windows of these establishments, resulting in significant financial losses amounting to thousands of dollars.

In response to these incidents, the property owner took proactive measures by installing surveillance cameras. These cameras successfully captured footage of the culprit in action, providing a vital lead for the investigative efforts of Detective Lefterov. Through diligent work spanning several weeks, Detective Lefterov gathered substantial evidence and successfully identified the individual responsible for the vandalism.

Subsequently, several search warrants were issued and executed, leading to the confiscation of a BB gun, an air rifle, numerous copper BBs, and suspected illicit substances. The suspect was apprehended and charged with eight counts of felony vandalism.

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.