Hayward police on Thursday released video footage of the police shooting in May that killed Stoney Ramirez, who was a person of interest in the death of a local homeless man.
Authorities say evidence against Anthony Craft includes photos posted on Instagram that show him pointing two pistols at a camera. The guns were the same types of pistols stolen from the shop, including one — a P365 SAS model — that is new to the market and not yet in wide circulation, prosecutors said.
Investigators are trying to determine the cause of a fire at a one-time popular, family venue in Hayward.
Abandoned Holiday Bowl catches fire in Hayward
In the coronavirus era, back to school has a whole different meaning.
It started with a call from a Hayward park ranger who said he was confronted by a homeless man angry about his camp being moved.
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It's still unclear how she managed to stay healthy for the past two months.
The footage is giving her friends renewed hope they will find her safe.
Missing Hayward woman may have been spotted by doorbell surveillance camera
Officers tried to wake up the passed out driver and when he woke up, Kennerley said he appeared to drive toward them and swerve left into an officer.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Hayward police.
The driver, identified as Ethan Escobedo, 18, of Los Angeles, was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon on a peace officer and shooting at an occupied vehicle.
Police were called to the 2700 block of Manon Avenue about 3 a.m. and found two men with gunshot wounds.
Waste Management of Alameda County has bulky waste service as of June 1 and Tri-CED Recycling is again collecting household batteries, motor oil, and extra cardboard placed beside carts on customers' normal waste pickup days.
The theft was part of widespread looting around the Bay Area Sunday following demonstrations over the death of unarmed black man George Floyd while in the custody of Minneapolis police.
The Hayward Police Department is now investigating its third officer-involved shooting in just 12 days.
Hayward joined other cities around the Bay Area in imposing a curfew that will go into effect Monday night and continue nightly for a week.
Hayward police said they are looking into the matter and any time officers use force, "it is a serious matter that requires a thorough investigation."
Hayward police and the family of a man shot and wounded by officers released videos Thursday and widely diverging accounts of what led up to the shooting.