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POSTED May 26, 2012 1:51 a.m.

• DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ARREST: Manteca Police Officer Shupperd on Saturday, May 19,  responded to the 400 block of Michigan Avenue on a report of a violation of a domestic violence restraining order.

This was the second time during the same night Shupperd responded to this residence. The first call included a violation of the restraining order, corporal injury by the suspect hitting the victim causing injury, and child endangerment for the suspect pushing the victim to the ground while she held their 11-month-old child. The suspect fled prior to officers’ arrival on both calls. During the second area check, the suspect was located by Officer Eichel. A short foot pursuit ensued and the suspect was eventually located and taken into custody without incident. The suspect, Andre Brown, was booked at San Joaquin County Jail.



• SERVICE CALLS AT SPORTS LOUNGE: Manteca Police units responded to multiple calls for service at Extreme Sports Lounge, 104 Pierce Ave., on Saturday, May 19, as follows:

•11:26 p.m. – Complaint of loud music from the bar.

•1:14 a.m. – Report of gunshots outside the bar and a silver Honda leaving the area at a high speed. No evidence of shooting was located.

•1:29 a.m. – Female at Doctor’s Hospital with severe laceration to her ear sustained by a barstool that was thrown during a fight at the Extreme Sports Lounge.

•1:52 a.m. – Male at San Joaquin County Hospital with a stab wound that occurred during a fight at the Extreme Sports Lounge (subject drove himself to the hospital).



• Two Stolen Vehicle Recoveries & Arrests:  Manteca Police Officer Avakian on Wednesday, May 23, drove by the 1000 block of Ebbetts Avenue and observed a male subject inside of Monte Carlo parked in a driveway. Avakian ran a registration check on the vehicle and the vehicle came back stolen. He contacted the male subject and detained him. The subject, Daniel George, said he found the vehicle, thought it was abandoned and so he took it.

Avakian also located a bullet on the dash and learned that George was a felon. George was taken into custody and booked for vehicle theft, possession of stolen property and a felon in possession of ammunition. Also on May 23 Avakian drove by 317 Moffat Blvd. and saw a white Chevy pickup. Avakian ran a registration check and there was a delay in the return. The return eventually came back and the vehicle was listed as stolen. Avakian was out of sight of the vehicle and called in the stolen vehicle information. Officer Cavin located the vehicle pulling into 339 Moffat Blvd. Cavin detained the driver, Phillip Cruz. Avakian learned there was originally a trailer loaded with numerous hand tools and power tools attached to the truck when it was stolen.

Avakian was able to learn the location of the trailer and all of the equipment was recovered. Cruz was booked for vehicle theft, possession of stolen property and driving on a suspended driver’s license.

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