Three suspects were arrested last week on Dougherty Road at Dublin Boulevard within minutes of a reported vehicular burglary at a Pleasanton shopping center.
On Friday, a citizen called authorities to report a vehicular burglary in progress at approximately 8 p.m. at the Rose Pavilion shopping center on Rosewood Drive.
Three males, the witness told officers, broke into a parked vehicle and then fled in a late-model, black BMW, according to the .
A nearby patrol unit saw a trio and vehicle matching the witness' description driving onto I-580. The officer followed the car and, within minutes, pulled over, questioned and apprehended the three at the Dougherty Road exit in Dublin, records state.
The men, two from San Francisco, 24 and 22, and an Antelope man, 23, were arrested on suspicion of vehicular burglary.
The 22-year-old also faces alleged stolen-property charges, as a pilfered iPod Touch was reportedly found in his possession, reports show.
In another incident Thursday at , meanwhile, a car burglar flew into action faster than you can say "Double-Double," when a vehicle was broken into within minutes of the patron arriving at the Johnson Drive restaurant.
According to the police, a motorist pulled in and parked a vehicle at 11:10 p.m. at the In-N-Out locale, and entered the restaurant.
Less than five minutes later, another patron entered the venue and announced, "Who owns a Mercedes?"
The Mercedes owner reportedly returned to the car to discover its window smashed and missing were a bag, cosmetics and work-out clothes, valued at a combined $240, files show. The individual called police at 11:14 p.m.
More recently, meanwhile, a Tuesday that left a suspect dead and a officer in critical condition, is still under investigation.
In other news from and surrounding agencies:
Saturday, Sept. 1
- Reported at .
- in Livermore where, along with suspected DUIs, were reportedly cited in less than four hours.
Friday, Aug. 31
- Triple arrest recorded 8 p.m. on Dougherty Road and Dublin Boulevard of three males for suspected vehicular burglary on Rosewood Drive, Pleasanton.
- Alamo man charged with .
- Contra Costa County.
Thursday, Aug. 30
- Use/influence of controlled substances reported 3:03 a.m. on Owens Drive at Oracle Lane by Alameda County Sheriff's Office.
- Police turns to feds for .
- tests positive for West Nile virus.
- Camp Parks .
- Evidence update in .
Wednesday, Aug. 29
- Illegal possession of hypodermic needle/syringe reported 7:55 p.m. along 6300 Bray Court.
- Armed robbery reported at at 1:50 p.m.; suspect arrested.
- Hit-and-run accident 8:11 a.m. on Pleasanton-Sunol Road at Highway 84; no injuries reported.
Tuesday, Aug. 28
- Pleasanton police release who reportedly impersonated officer.
- Castro Valley mother's sanity considered in drowning death of daughter, 3.
- Livermore-Pleasanton ; critics fret pensions costs.
Monday, Aug. 27
- San Ramon female, 21, arrested 8 p.m. at Target on for suspected burglary, concealing stolen property, possessing controlled substance without prescription.
- Double arrest 8:14 p.m. in Target parking lot on 2800 Dublin Boulevard: Hayward male, 31, for alleged use/influence of controlled substances; Castro Valley woman, 36, for suspected possession/use of controlled substances and drug paraphernalia.
- Castro Valley male, 46, arrested 7:40 p.m. on El Charro Road at I-580 for suspected grand theft and burglary.
- Castro Valley couple sentenced for .
Sunday, Aug. 26
- A San Ramon male, 34, was arrested at 1:44 a.m. on the 3300 block of Middlebrook Way, San Ramon, for suspected felony child endangerment and assault with deadly weapon/instrument (not a firearm) that produces bodily injury.
- Shoplifting reported 11:30 a.m. and 3:44 p.m. on 7800 Amador Valley Boulevard.
- Abandoned vehicle towed 11:54 p.m. on Campbell Lane at Demarcus Boulevard.
- Pleasanton man, 27, arrested 4:22 a.m. along 8000 Crossbridge Road for suspected public intoxication.
- DUI arrest made of male 1:57 a.m. on John Monego Court at Dublin Boulevard.
- 5 a.m. on eastbound I-580 near Grant Line Road exit in Livermore.