Police report, week of April 26

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April 6:  10:26 p.m., An unknown driver of a vehicle was traveling east on Grant Avenue, sideswiped a parked vehicle and left the scene.

April 9-10:  5:30 p.m. to 7:20 a..m, 100 block of East Grant Avenue, a vehicle was stolen. The vehicle was located by San Pablo Police Department on April 15.

 

April 10:  5:40 a.m., a found back pack was turned over to the police department.

~  9:16 p.m., Brandon M. Douglass, 30, a transient, was issued a notice to appear for being an unlicensed driver and having audible music heard from over 50 feet of the vehicle.

 

April 11:  8:24 a.m., 100 block of East Grant Avenue, officers responded to an audible alarm. The business was found secure.

~  12:02 p.m., an officer assisted the Woodland Police Department with contacting a subject in regard to a possible domestic battery.

~  4:35 p.m., Luis Miguel Martinez, 30, of Winters was issued a notice to appear for being an unlicensed driver.

 

April 12:  11:51 a.m., 900 block of Railroad Avenue, an officer attempted to locate a runaway juvenile from San Jose.

 

April 13:  3:53 p.m., a bicyclist was traveling southbound on Main Street approaching Edwards Street.  A driver of a vehicle began to pull out to the left onto southbound Main Street and collided into the bicyclist.

 

April 15:  10:06 p.m., at Wolfskill Street and Railroad Avenue, officers has contact with a 17-year-old Winters juvenile who was determined to be on active, searchable probation.  A search of the juvenile revealed nothing of evidentiary value.

 

April 17:  2-3 p.m., 100 block of East Baker Street, a vehicle was vandalized and a vehicle license plate stolen. Damage and loss: $7,000.

 

April 18:  1:45 a.m., dead end of Dutton Street, an officer had contact with two juveniles. A 17-year-old Winters juvenile was known to be on active probation and was released to his parent. A 14-year-old juvenile was determined to be a runaway out of San Jose. The juvenile was returned to her parent.

~  7:30 p.m., 200 block of First Street, a cellular telephone was lost or stolen. Loss: $220.

 

April 20:  9:22 a.m., 600 block of Railroad Avenue, a driver of a vehicle was backing from a parking stall, struck a parked vehicle and left the scene.

~  10:45 a.m., Adam Joseph Hinojosa, 39, of Winters was arrested for hit and run.  Hinojosa was booked at the Winters Police Department and released on a notice to appear.

 

April 21:  12:51 p.m., 400 block of Plum Place, a shed was forcibly entered and a chain saw was stolen, which occurred in February 2018.  Loss: $150.

~  7:29 p.m., Highway 16 at Yolo Avenue, an officer assisted California Highway Patrol with a hit and run traffic collision.

~  11:22 p.m., County Roads 31 and 93A, an officer assisted California Highway Patrol with a traffic collision.

 

April 22:  12:55 p.m., 100 block of Main Street, a bicycle was stolen. Loss: $200.

~  2:59 p.m., first block of East Grant Avenue, officers responded to an audible alarm. The business was found secure.

~ 11:21 p.m., County Road 90, officers responded to an audible alarm and found an open door.  The business was cleared and door secured.

 

April 23:  5:10 a.m., 700 block of Matsumoto Lane, an officer responded to an audible alarm.  The business was found secure.

 

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