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

Mountain View California Police Station Address: 1000 Villa St, Mountain View, CA 94041, United States

2 days ago
@MykolaRadchenko Hi Mykola, unfortunately, @Caltrain reported someone was hit by a train.

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Mountain View Police Department2 days ago

A joint effort between a county task force and the Mountain View Police Department resulted in the arrest of a man who had burglarized several lockers at gyms throughout Santa Clara County.

On Dec. 11, 2017, a man, later identified as 36-year-old San Jose resident Efrain Torres, checked into the 24 Hour Fitness on the 500 block of Showers Drive. He then went into the locker room, opened an unsecured locker, and stole a man’s personal items, including the keys to his car. Torres then went outside and stole the man’s car before using the victim’s credit cards at several locations. Officers with MVPD soon identified Torres as the suspect in the case, and learned that he had committed similar burglaries and vehicle thefts in recent weeks, one in Palo Alto on Nov. 25, 2017 and one in San Jose on Dec. 13, 2017.

On Jan. 2, 2018, Torres checked into the City Sports Gym on Grant Road and this time, he broke into a secure locker and stole a man’s credit cards. MVPD again followed up on the case and through their investigation, learned that Torres had used the cards at several locations.

Because Torres’ crimes were so widespread, MVPD detectives partnered with one of our own who is currently assigned as a detective with the Regional Auto Theft Task Force (RATTF). RATTF continued to follow up on the case, and on Monday, Jan. 15, our detective and others in RATTF found and arrested Torres in San Jose.

Torres was arrested on six counts of burglary, six counts of identity theft, five counts of misuse of a credit card, five counts of vehicle theft and a hit and run. Torres also had warrants for his arrest from two other agencies in the Bay Area.

Torres was booked into the Santa Clara County Jail on $1,000,000 bail.

We are proud of our partnership with RATTF, and we appreciate their assistance in successfully resolving this case. This was great police work by all.

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Mountain View Police Department was live.3 days ago

We are live with our second Speaker Series! Tonight, we will be covering how to protect you and your children when it comes to cell phone use.

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Mountain View Police Department3 days ago

UPDATE: Roughly 16 customers remain without power in the downtown area. PG&E does not have an exact estimated time of restoration for those remaining 16 customers.

Hi neighbors,

We are currently experiencing a power outage in the downtown area. Roughly 900 customers are impacted, per PG&E. Please follow PG&E for the latest updates on the outage. We will update you when we hear that the power has been restored.

For those driving in the downtown area, for any traffic lights that may be impacted as a result of the power outage, please treat those intersections as four-way stops. We appreciate your cooperation and attentiveness to the safety of everyone!

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Mountain View Police Department4 days ago

TONIGHT: Get those phones ready. We’ll be deep diving into the world of digital safety for you and your kids when it comes to all things cell phones! One of our School Resource Officers and a county prosecutor will be on hand to teach and discuss all you need to know to stay safe on your digital devices. For those who can’t make it in-person, we will be live-streaming right here on FB!

See you tonight at 7pm at MVPD 👋

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Mountain View Police Department was live.1 week ago

We are live with our first Recruitment Workshop. Tonight, we are going over all questions you may have about the application portion of the hiring process!

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Mountain View Police Department shared their post.1 week ago

REMINDER: Tonight’s the night! Want to learn all there is to know about the hiring process? Let us help you out.

No matter where you apply, we’re here to help you understand the process from start to finish. Tonight at 6 pm here at MVPD, we’ll be going over the application portion and answering any questions you may have.

Not able to make it in person? No worries. We’ll be live-streaming the class right here on FB!