On Dec. 6, officers from the Alameda Police Department (APD arrested Julio Alberto Olague on Island Drive for being a felon in the possession of a firearm. The officers discovered Olague with a pair of assault rifles and some 2,400 rounds of ammunition for those weapons. They also learned that Olague had two outstanding warrants.
The officers also arrested Daniel Michael Stephens for being a felon in possession of a firearm, for violating the terms of his parole and for resisting arrest.
The Alameda police and fire departments teamed up last Thursday to rescue a combative women from the waters of San Francisco Bay. Rescue swimmers from both departments pulled the woman from the water near Park Street and Shore Line Drive.
They took her to a waiting ambulance. Paramedics transported her to the hospital.
Christmas morning will be that much happier in many Alameda homes thanks to “Shop with a Cop.” Shop with a Cop breaks down the barriers between the community and the police, helps families in need and builds important new friendships.
Alameda police officers who belong to the Police Officers Association paired with children from various Alameda elementary and middle schools last week to spread a little Christmas cheer. The delighted children spent a few hours roaming the aisles of Target in search of perfect holiday gifts.
Executive Director of the West Alameda Business Association, Linda Asbury, greets Alameda’s new Fire Chief, Edmond Rodriguez at the official ribbon cutting and public tour of Fire Station No. 3 and the Emergency Operations Center near Grand Street and Buena Vista Avenue. After the official ceremony, the chief led members of the public around the new facilities.
The Alameda Point water that was contaminated with non-potable water last week has been deemed safe for drinking, cooking and bathing by the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) Division of Drinking Water. The Alameda Point do-not-drink advisory was lifted Friday.
The Alameda Police Department (APD) released a Nixle report stating, “The water once again matches the East Bay Municipal Utility District’s (EBMUD) high-quality water supply consistent with other areas outside of the Alameda Point water system.”
Hate and bigotry have reared their ugly heads yet again in Alameda: the broken windows at Temple Israel and flyers with hate messages on Sherman Street have now been joined by a noose lying on the sidewalk near a fence at Alameda High School (AHS).
A resident on the 1400 block of Sherman Street near Central Avenue reported the discovery of flyers with a hate message on the sidewalk outside his home Sunday, Aug. 20.
Alameda Police released a statement regarding the report they received. The statement indicated the resident discovered the flyers at two separate times, and “did not report the incident to the police until he found a second flyer at approximately 3:45 p.m.”