A pair of suspected catalytic converter thieves drove through a parking garage gate, striking and injuring a police officer while fleeing arrest Tuesday, authorities said. San Leandro police responding to reports of a catalytic converter theft in progress at a gated parking garage on the 1100 block of Carpentier Street early Tuesday morning found a suspect and a getaway driver trapped inside the garage, Lt. Ali Khan said in a statement.
A San Leandro police officer was struck and injured by a fleeing suspect Tuesday morning at a gated parking garage, according to the police department. At 5:50 a.m., officers responded to the 1100 block of Carpentier Street on reports of a catalytic converter theft in progress, police said.
Catalytic Converter Thieves Cornered In San Leandro Condo Garage Ram Through Metal Gate, Injure Officer
SAN LEANDRO (CBS SF) — A group of catalytic converter thieves in San Leandro was trapped by police inside a condominium complex’s gated parking garage early Tuesday morning, until they drove through the gate to escape, injuring an officer in the process. “They struck one of our officers and then rammed the gate until the gate gave way,” says Lt. Ali Khan with the San Leandro Police Department.
SAN LEANDRO (CBS SF) — Police in San Leandro were investigating separate shootings that happened within 24 hours of each other. The first one was reported at the San Leandro Marina on Tuesday evening. San Leandro police said officers responded to reports of multiple shooters shooting to and from two vehicles at the marina.
For anyone who went racing to their phone to see the epicenter of Monday’s quake, the first U.S. Geological Survey estimate was right in Chris Andrews’ front yard on Easy Street in Castro Valley. “Easy Street,” laughed Chris Andrews of Castro Valley.
The temblor, initially reported by the USGS as a magnitude 4.1, was felt across the Bay Area. It was centered 2.1 miles north of San Lorenzo, 2.2 miles west-northwest of Castro Valley and 2.2 miles east-southeast of San Leandro, the USGS said. Earthquakes of this magnitude are felt along communities within the Hayward Fault zone including Fremont, Union City, San Leandro, Hayward, Oakland, Berkeley and El Cerrito.
SAN LEANDRO (CBS SF) — A 3.9 magnitude earthquake centered in the East Bay near the Hayward Fault shook a wide swath of the Bay Area Monday evening. The quake struck at 6:29 p.m. and was centered in the San Leandro, according the U.S. Geological Survey.
A magnitude 3.9 earthquake rattled the Bay Area Monday evening. The quake hit the region around 6:30 p.m. with an epicenter in Ashland, a community near San Leandro. The temblor was initially rated a 4.2 and was downgraded. Michael Leonor, lead server at Angry Fish, was in the middle of dinner service when the tables and plates began rumbling.
A 3.9 magnitude earthquake shook the San Francisco Bay Area Monday evening, according to the USGS. It was felt across the Bay Area from San Francisco to Castro Valley and much of the East Bay. The quake was originally reported as 4.0 in magnitude, but has since been downgraded.
A 3.9 magnitude earthquake shook the San Francisco Bay Area Monday evening, according to the USGS. It was felt across the Bay Area from San Francisco to Castro Valley and much of the East Bay. M4.0 earthquake looks to be on top of Hayward Fault pic.twitter.com/JecPFcDRCd — Drew Tuma (@DrewTumaABC7) June 29, 2021
A 3.9 magnitude earthquake rattled the Bay Area Monday evening. The temblor was felt across a wide swath of the region, but there were no reports of damage. The earthquake occurred less than a mile from Ashland, Calif., less than a mile from San Leandro, Calif., one mile from Cherryland, Calif. and one mile from Hayward, Calif.
SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (CBS SF) — A body found at San Francisco International Airport has been identified as a Juan Corella Rodriguez, a San Leandro resident, authorities announced Monday. The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office said Rodriguez, 35, was found Saturday at about 1:21 at the intersection of McDonnell Road and North Link Road in the roadway that approaches the airport’s departure gates terminal at approximately 1:30 p.m.
SAN LEANDRO (CBS SF) — A solo vehicle crash involving a dump truck that rolled while traveling on southbound I-880 in San Leandro Wednesday morning left traffic snarled in the East Bay, according to authorities. According to Alameda County Fire, the crash happened at about 8:20 a.m. when the dump truck rolled on southbound I-880 south of Washington and 238.
In the East Bay, a rally was held to celebrate and uplift the AAPI community, while denouncing hate and violence, which seems to be occurring everyday.California's new attorney general was there with a commitment to stand with the community.Organizers say they wanted to celebrate the AAPI community.