Gilroy police responded to an assortment of calls from Monday through Friday, from burglary to assault to drug possession. Here’s a selection from the latest press report.
Friday, Jan. 20
1:18 a.m.—Police contacted two juveniles on Monterey Street who were out past curfew, and found one juvenile to be in possession of an illegal weapon. She was concealing the weapon in her pants, and both juveniles were arrested.
Thursday, Jan. 19
11:58 a.m.—A woman was assaulted on Gurries Drive. She sustained two black eyes.
7 a.m.—Two males were arrested on E. Las Animas Avenue. Police conducted a search warrant and found one suspect to be in possession of controlled substances and paraphernalia. The second suspect was arrested for a restraining order violation and for an outstanding warrant.
2:24 a.m.—A 32-year-old male was pulled over for a vehicle enforcement stop and was found to driving on a suspended license. The man was cited and released.
12 a.m.—A residence on E. Las Animas Avenue was burglarized by unknown suspect(s). Almost $7,000 worth of electronics were stolen.
Wednesday, Jan. 18
10:32 p.m.—A 30-year-old man fled after police attempted to arrest him on First Street for multiple outstanding warrants. He was later apprehended in the Nob Hill parking lot.
Tuesday, Jan. 17
11:29 a.m.—A juvenile was found to be intoxicated at school and was also found to be in possession of a folding knife. He was arrested and transported to juvenile hall.
7:20 a.m.—A residence on Creekside Court was burglarized. The suspect(s) made off with over $4,000 in electronics and jewelry.
12:35 a.m.—A pedestrian was struck by a vehicle on Camino Arroyo while crossing the Gilroy Crossings parking lot.
Monday, Jan. 16
6:52 p.m.—A 49-year-old man was arrested for burglarizing the Kohl’s department store on Camino Arroyo. The suspect attempted to leave the story with over $300 worth of clothing for men and children. Police later found the suspect in a vehicle, and were led on a short vehicle pursuit by him, as well as a foot pursuit.
4:45 p.m.—A victim was attacked in front of a local restaurant on First Street for no apparent reason. The incident was videotaped by a third-party individual. The three suspects fled the scene and are still outstanding.
Saturday, Jan. 14
4:30 p.m.—Unknown suspects burglarized a school on I00F Avenue. They stole a laptop and Epson projector worth a combined $1,399. Tack on another $300 to that number for the glass window the suspects broke to gain entry into the school.