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Weekly Blotter: April 9-15, 2023

April 21, 2023


April 9-15, 2023






Weekly Arrests 
(Includes cite/released):
49 Homicide        0
Weekly Calls for Service: 2,058 Assault—Great Bodily Injury 2
Weekly Reports Taken:197 Burglary— Non Residential  2
Weekly Complaints
(against HPD):
2 Burglary—Residential  1
Weekly Calls Received:5,526   Larceny  16

This data is subject to change and based on crimes that were re-ported to have occurred during the time frame of this report. 

Some reports may yet to be initiated and/or reclassified during investigations.                                                                                                                      

                 Larceny From Auto  21
Robbery  3
Vehicle Theft  31
Mental Health CFS  9
Reports of Gunfire  2


Recovered Stolen Vehicle: On 04/09/2023, at 2:15 PM, officers located an occupied stolen vehicle near the intersection of Huntwood Ave and Celia St. The driver exited the car and tried to hide but was taken into custody. Burglary tools and other contraband believed to be solen vehicle parts were located inside the recovered vehicle. (Report #2023-19869)

Recovered Stolen Vehicle: On 04/10/2023, at 9:16 AM, officers located an occupied stolen vehicle near the intersection of Santa Clara St and Harder Rd. The vehicle fled the scene but was located, parked, a short distance later. The driver was taken into custody as he walked away from the car. (Report #2023-19990)

Robbery: On 04/11/2023, at 7:20 PM, the victim was standing near the 22000 block of Mission Blvd when she was approached by two suspects. The suspects used force and took property from the victim before they fled the scene. (Report #2023-20301)

Recovered Stolen Vehicle: On 04/14/2023, at 11:05 PM, officers located a stolen vehicle near the 28000 block of Mission Blvd. A vehicle stop was conducted, and the driver was taken into custody. (Report #2023-20852)

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