Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Hayward, California. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Hayward California Police Station Address: 300 W Winton Ave, Hayward, CA 94544, United States


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The Hayward Police Department is accredited by CALEA, Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement. It is recognized in the top 1% of U.S. law enforcement agencies for professionalism and organizational excellence. HPD has an authorized strength of 191 sworn police officers and 112 professional staff serving a population of 149,000 citizens. Hayward is known as the “Heart of the Bay.” Lauded as one of America’s most diverse cities it is the third largest city in the East Bay.

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**Investigation update on Assault with a Deadly Weapon Involving a Fremont Police Department Detective**

The Hayward Police Department is handling the criminal investigation that occurred on 01-17-18.

The female suspect in this investigation is identified as Brandi Vogil. Brandi Vogil is a 38 year old female from Hayward. This morning, HPD Detectives met with the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office and Vogil has been charged with the following crimes:

245(c) PC (two counts)- Assault with a deadly weapon on a peace officer.
245(a)1 PC- Assault with a deadly weapon on the other involved female subject.
2800.2 CVC- Felony reckless evading of a peace officer.
10851 CVC-Auto theft.
She also had an outstanding warrant for 2800.2 CVC and was on probation for the same offense.

The injured Fremont Police Department Detective was transported to a hospital where he was treated and released. No other police officers were injured. The female passenger from the suspect’s vehicle is currently being treated at a local hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. At this time she is not facing any criminal charges.

We want to thank the public for their continued patience in this incident. We will continue to provide updates regarding this investigation on our social media accounts as they become available.

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**Critical Incident Investigation** – Update

From Fremont Police- 1/17/28 4:50 PM

“Assault with a deadly weapon incident involving a Fremont detective.

A Fremont detective was injured this afternoon at approximately 2:10 p.m. while investigating an occupied stolen vehicle in the City of Hayward.

Earlier today, Fremont detectives were actively investigating a stolen vehicle. The investigation led officers to the area of Broadmore Ave and Larchmont St in the City of Hayward. Detectives attempted to stop the vehicle. The female suspect driver reversed her vehicle and collided with an unmarked Fremont police car. As this occurred, a female passenger fled from the suspect vehicle and began running. A Fremont detective in a second vehicle got out of his car and gave chase. The suspect vehicle continued to hit the police vehicles and eventually maneuvered her way out by hopping the curb and driving into a grassy area. As she drove into the grassy area, she collided with both the Fremont detective and female suspect he was pursuing on foot. The suspect vehicle then took off and left the scene. A short vehicle pursuit was initiated which ended in the area of Austin Ave and Huntwood Ave. For a second time, the suspect driver collided with an unmarked Fremont police vehicle. The vehicle was stopped and the driver was taken into custody.

The injured detective was transported to a hospital with a moderate injury. The injured female suspect was transported to a hospital in stable condition. At this point we have no outstanding suspects.”

In the area of Larchmont St. and Broadmore Ave. a Fremont Police Department detective was injured while investigating an occupied stolen vehicle. All suspects are in custody. We would like to thank the public for their patience while we coordinate with Fremont Police in this investigation. We ask that all press inquiries be directed to the Fremont Police Department. Please continue to monitor this page or Fremont Police social media accounts for updates.

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The Hayward Police Department is receiving a major helping hand in keeping our city safe when it comes to traffic accidents!

We have been awarded a $240,000 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety for a year-long program aimed at reducing traffic related deaths and injuries.

The money will be used for education and enforcement with attention to many areas including seat belts, DUI, speeding, red light runners, motorcycle safety, and a lot more.

Particular emphasis will be placed on bicycle and pedestrian safety as California saw nearly a 17-percent increase in fatalities in 2015.

On the education front, the grant supports the “DUI Doesn’t Just Mean Booze” campaign which is intended to raise awareness that prescription medications and marijuana can also lead to DUI arrests.

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It’s nice when hard work and experience come together!

HPD’s Special Duty Unit (SDU) focuses on gang enforcement. It takes years to remember names, faces and affiliations, but those dedicated to the craft also memorize their probation status, parole status or if they are currently wanted.

One of our SDU Officers was recently filling in for a patrol officer when he spotted a known gang member in the Eden Greenway who had an outstanding warrant for firearms possession. The gang member fled when he saw the officer but another former SDU officer was also working and had a good idea where the gang member might go. Just a few minutes later, the officer’s experience paid off as he watched the wanted gang member run into a nearby restaurant on Harder Rd. and meet up with some associates.

When the wanted man saw an officer near the west door, he ran to the east. Unfortunately for him, HPD was there too! Officers also contacted the associates inside the crowded restaurant and recovered a loaded handgun from one of their waistbands!

Special Duty Unit Officers are chosen for their dedication and endless drive to make the streets of Hayward safer for the entire community. One warrant served, one loaded handgun recovered and two dangerous criminals off the street.

No wonder SDU starts with “Special”!

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Last month, HPD officers were patrolling the Tennyson corridor when they noticed a group of people wearing blue t-shirts. The group was picking up trash from illegal dumping and littering.

Later in the day, the officers saw the group gathered together amongst several full bags of trash. The officers talked to the group, who were from the World Mission Society Church of God (located on 12th Street in Hayward). The group was taking part in a worldwide cleanup project called “Mother’s Street.”

We would like to thank the group for their efforts in helping clean up Hayward.

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Looking for plans on where to eat on Tuesday? Famous Dave’s – Hayward, CA and Police and Fire: The Fallen Heroes are putting on this wonderful fundraiser. A couple of years ago they did it for Sgt. Scott Lunger’s family and we hope you can show the same support for fallen Officer Camilleri’s family as well.

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Exploring – Discover your future!

Hayward Police Explorer Post #275 is looking for qualified candidates, ages 14-19 ½, to become part of our team! If you are interested in Law Enforcement, have a desire to help your community, build confidence and become a leader… this program is for you. Our Post is currently open for new candidates. Applications are due by Monday, 1/22/18, and will be followed by interviews with our Explorer Post Advisors. The HPD Explorer post is overseen by our School Resource Officers. We meet once a week for training, compete in competitions and assist in numerous community events.

Please visit our HPD Explorer link at https://www.hayward-ca.gov/police-department/public-services/youth-family-services-bureau/police-explorer-program for more information and contact Sergeant Ryan Sill at ryan.sill@hayward-ca.gov with any questions and to receive an application. We look forward to meeting you!