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4 hrs ago | The Campbell Reporter
Officers identified the men, a 49-year-old Hayward resident and a 30-year-old from San Mateo, and determined the car had been stolen earlier in the day from a dealership in Dublin. Rincon and Dot avenues, 9:35 a.m. Wednesday Two people in a vehicle were arrested.
9 hrs ago | Fremont Bulletin
Alameda County prosecutor Jimmie Wilson says Joseph Thomas Connors used to buy marijuana from the victim Maurice Collins, 28, and believed Collins would not be at home when he hatched a plan to break into Collins' Vanderbilt Street condo on Jan. 4, 2011. Connors enlisted his friend Richard Delosangeles for help and armed him with a gun.
9 hrs ago | Patch.com
A Hayward man was sentenced today to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the fatal shooting of a man during a burglary gone wrong at an apartment building in Hayward three years ago. Joseph Connors, 24, was convicted on July 8 of first-degree murder and the special circumstance of committing a murder during a burglary for his role in the death of 28-year-old Maurice Collins at Collins' apartment in the 29000 block of Vanderbilt Street in Hayward shortly before midnight on Jan. 4, 2011.
Events A Bay Area Events A Hayward, CA Events A Tihai 2014 Festival - September 20, 2014 A Tihai 2014 Festival - September 20, 2014 Tickets Tihai 2014 Festival - September 20, 2014 The person in whose name the ticket is issued must also be present at the door with valid photo ID. If the event attendee is different from the credit card holder, a copy of the credit card used for ticket purchase must be produced along with the order.
Persons who solicit, sell or negotiate insurance contracts are known generically as "producers," and fall into two categories "agents," who act on behalf of the insurer, and "brokers," who act as middlemen to the insurer and insured in the transaction. This case analyzed the distinction between the two in determining whether the carrier was warranted in rescinding a policy due to material misrepresentations in the application process.
Two men were arrested Monday night after they led Belmont police on a brief pursuit, which ended when they drove down a dead-end street, according to police. At approximately 11:30 p.m., a Belmont police officer on patrol observed a red 2014 Volkswagen Jetta traveling west on the 600 block of Ralston Avenue at a high rate of speed.
A former Pleasanton McDonald's manager was sentenced to seven years in prison Thursday for robbing another McDonald's in San Mateo last year, District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said. Felix Jeronimo Gonzalez-Becerra, 43, is also suspected of robbing his own McDonald's and is expected to face separate charges in that case, according to prosecutors.
Police at the College of Marin are investigating 23 individuals suspected of posing as students in a plot to steal $200,000 in federal financial aid, some of which has already been paid out by the college. Two vigilant faculty members brought the suspected scam to the attention of college administrators after noticing that several students in their online classes shared the same address and phone number, weren't participating in online discussions and withdrew soon after financial aid had been disbursed.
Galaxy Kung was honored this week for her quick thinking last month when she sprang into action to help her father get out of their burning second-floor apartment. The Hayward school district and the city's fire department recognized the Stonebrae Elementary School fifth-grader for her bravery at a ceremony at Wednesday's school board meeting.
Fremont Police Department officers responded to a grand theft investigation of a cargo shipment on Tuesday at about 2:50 p.m. The theft, which occurred Sept. 4, saw the shipment originate from a company in Fremont.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and firefighters at Station 7 mark the 13th anniversary of Sept. 11. Sept.
California Gov. Jerry Brown signs a bill mandating the paid leave that supporters say will guarantee that workers don't lose their jobs or their paychecks if they or a family member gets sick, in Los Angeles Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014.
Two established annual festivals take place this weekend a few miles apart: the Castro Valley Fall Festival and the King Tut Egyptian Festival in Hayward. The two-day Castro Valley festival is moving back to Castro Valley Boulevard, the community's main thoroughfare, after a three-year absence.
A business of the past will become the housing of the future in San Mateo, where struggling discount retailer Kmart is closing one of its two Peninsula outlets. The goods have been liquidated and the shelves removed in the cavernous store, which is selling off fixtures until Wednesday when it closes for good.
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Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 09:49 pm
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