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

Livermore California Police Station Address: 1110 S Livermore Ave, Livermore, CA 94550, United States


2 days ago
2-Minute Safety Tip. Have you ever considered journaling your property and creating files for your possessions?

Start today by creating a file for all the bikes you own. Be sure to write down your bike’s serial number, the make and model of your bike and the speed of your bike. https://t.co/dXVexr8knQ

2 days ago
@RexLomax Hi Ron, White is wanted for entering a business with the intent to commit a felony by using a ficticious check to purchase over $3000 in merchandise, committing identity theft as well. White is transient and frequents the listed areas.

2 days ago
Do you know where I am? Livermore Police currently have arrest warrant for Robert Carl White 57 years old. White is transient and known to frequent Tri Valley, Modesto, Stockton, and Lodi areas. White wanted for identity theft, burglary, and fraud. Contact LPD at 925-371-4777. https://t.co/qVknIsH54X

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2 weeks ago
@RexLomax This suspect parked a stolen vehicle in Livermore in late December. The stolen vehicle was recovered a few days later and the investigation led to the discovery of surveillance video where the posted picture was pulled from.

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Livermore Police Department6 hours ago

**ATTENTION DOG OWNERS**
The City of Livermore has amended their Leash Law. The new ordinance prohibits dogs from being off leash in any circumstance regardless of exercising or training your pet and must be on a leash not exceeding six feet in length. If using a retractable leash, it must not exceed six feet in length when in the presence of other people.

6.12.140 Running at large prohibited.
A. No owner of any dog shall cause or permit such dog to be or run at large upon any public place or any private property other than that of such owner except with the prior consent of the person in charge of such private property, unless such dog is securely restrained by a substantial leash not to exceed six feet in length and is under the charge and control of a person competent to keep such dog under effective charge and control. A dog may be secured by a retractable leash; however, the leash may not exceed six feet in length when in the presence of other people. A substantial leash must be capable of restraining the dog without breaking when the animal is pulling with all of its strength. Exception: Nothing in this section shall prevent a dog from being without a leash in any fenced dog park approved by the city.

Please click the link below for a formal version of the updated ordinance 6.12.140.
http://www.codepublishing.com/CA/Livermore/Municipal/Livermore06/Livermore0612.html#6.12.140

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Livermore Police Department2 days ago

2-Minute Safety Tip

Have you ever considered journaling your property and creating files for your possessions?

Start today by creating a file for all the bikes you own. Be sure to write down your bike’s serial number, the make and model of your bike and the speed of your bike. Also,
Consider engraving a unique identification mark in a hidden location on your bike. Be sure to take pictures of your bike and place all that information in your “bike” file.

Having all this information ready for law enforcement if you are ever the victim of a bike theft can increase your chances of having your bike recovered.

Now we recommend all bike owners register their bikes with the National Bike Registry at:

https://www.nationalbikeregistry.com

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Livermore Police Department2 days ago

Do you know where I am?

The Livermore Police Department currently has an arrest warrant for Robert Carl White who is 57 years of age. White is transient and known to frequent the Tri Valley, Modesto, Stockton, and Lodi areas. White is wanted for identity theft, burglary, and passing a stolen check.

If you know where White is, please contact us at 925-371-4777.

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Livermore Police Department4 days ago

Today, Officer Tim Ford arrested a male subject for possession of stolen property and unlawful use of a credit card.

About 7:30 am, Officer Ford was conducting a patrol check at the Target shopping center when he observed a male subject trying to hide behind a pillar at the FedEx store. It was clear the male subject was trying to avoid being seen by the police.

Officer Ford contacted the male subject and through his investigation discovered that the male subject was in possession of property stolen from multiple unlocked vehicles earlier in the morning. The property included multiple bank cards, credit cards, along with electronics.

Officer Ford followed up at local store and determined the male subject had used one of the victim’s credit card to make multiple purchases. The male suspect was arrested and booked into Santa Rita Jail.

Officers were very happy that they were able to locate the victims and return all the stolen property.

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The numbers are in… In the month of December, Livermore Police Officers removed 36 suspected impaired drivers from the streets of Livermore! Every one of those arrests was a potential life saved. Thank you to our officers for working so diligently to keep our community safe.

The message for this new year and years to come, “DON’T DRIVE IMPAIRED.”