Multiple Vehicles Damaged in Vandalism Spree

Alameda Police Department

Multiple Vehicles Damaged in Vandalism Spree

Alameda police officers responded to a report of vandalism on the 1600 block of Webster Street Friday, Sept. 30. Officers identified damage to multiple vehicles, including punctured tires and scratched paint. According to a police report, officers identified more than 100 cars in various locations that were damaged. Officers left notes for the owners.

During the investigation, officers collected surveillance video that helped identify 25-year-old Ahmad Bahrami, of Alameda, as the responsible party. Bahrami was arrested and charged with vandalism of more than $400. He is currently being held at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin on $500,000 bail as of Monday, Oct. 3. His arraignment is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 5 at the Wiley W. Manuel Courthouse.

“While uncommon, senseless crimes like these impact the victims and others in our community. Thank you for your cooperation in assisting with this case,” wrote APD in a press release.

The Alameda Police Department (APD) asks anyone whose vehicle may have been vandalized between 8:30 and 11 p.m. on Friday to email APD officer James Green at Provide the following information:

• Registered owner information (name, driver’s license number, address, phone number)
• Vehicle description (license plate, make, model, year)
• Location of the crime (where the vehicle was parked)
• Description of the vandalism (include photographs)
• Whether the registered owner desires prosecution

Editor's note: This story was updated from the original story to include the name of the suspect.