Local Crimes Lead to Arrests

Local Crimes Lead to Arrests


Three people were arrested last week for their involvement in two separate crimes in Alameda. 

Carl’s Jr. robbery
Alameda Police Department (APD) arrested Terrence Dennae Hall, 36, and Jordan Michael Moore, 27, for alleged robbery at a Carl’s Jr. restaurant Tuesday, June 12. At approximately 10:20 p.m., Moore entered the Carl’s Jr., located on the 800 block of Marina Village Parkway, and brandished a handgun before leaving with cash, according to the APD Facebook page. An employee called APD to report the robbery. 

A witness followed Moore from his vehicle in the Marina Village Shopping Center. The witness flagged down an officer and pointed him in the direction Moore was running. The unidentified witness also informed officers of additional suspects traveling in a white Lexus sedan trying to pick Moore up. 

Officers located the white sedan. They apprehended Hall moments later about a block away from the parking lot, according to APD reports. Hall was determined to be a passenger in the vehicle. Officers then found Moore trying to walk away from the shopping district.  

Both men are on parole and being held at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin. Moore is facing second-degree burglary charges. He will have parole revocation and pretrial hearings today at the Rene Davidson Courthouse in Oakland. His bail is set at $795,000. Hall faces charges of grand theft, second-degree robbery and more. His pretrial hearing is also scheduled to take place today at the Rene Davidson Courthouse. His bail is set at $100,000.

Officers found what they believed to be the handgun used in the robbery in the vehicle. The vehicle was impounded. APD is still searching for more possible suspects. 

Valero burglary
APD used a tip from social media to arrest a suspect for burglary at a Valero gas station on Park Street.

Four suspects — three male and one female — broke into the business just before 3 a.m. Thursday, June 7, according to the APD Facebook page. The suspects then smashed a window near the front of the building and three suspects entered the store. A surveillance video, also posted on the APD Facebook page, shows the suspects emptying out a cash register and placing several items into their bags.

APD asked the public for help identifying the suspects. A Facebook user was able to identify one of the burglars. The juvenile suspect was arrested Thursday, June 14, and was released to a parent. The identity of the suspect was not disclosed. 

As of Tuesday, June 19, no other arrests have been made. APD asks the public if they have any information on the other suspects to contact them at 337-8340.