Provided by the San Leandro Police Department
Thursday, Sept. 19
- At 11 p.m., officers located a vehicle parked in the 14400 block of Washington Avenue. The vehicle had been reported stolen in Hayward on Sept. 15. Officers located a subject nearby and their investigation determined he was associated with the vehicle. The subject, 43-year-old Greg Carusillo, was arrested for the incident and was transported to jail.
Friday, Sept. 20
- Around 1:50 a.m., an officer observed a vehicle driving in the 2100 block of Washington Avenue. The officer ran a records check on the vehicle and determined it had been reported stolen in San Leandro on Sept. 18. The vehicle was stopped and the driver, 61-year-old Henry Williams, was arrested for possessing the stolen vehicle.
- Approximately 8:40 AM, a resident in the 600 block of Maud Avenue observed two subjects they did not recognize in their backyard. The resident left their residence and immediately reported the incident to our dispatch center. Officers detained the suspects nearby and they determined the residence had been burglarized. Marvin Hardeman, 22 years old, and Ajia Newson, 19 years old, were arrested for committing the burglary and they were transported to jail.
- At 5:45 p.m., two suspects approached the elderly victim who was walking in the area of Pershing Drive and Garcia Avenue. They robbed the victim at gunpoint and a citizen witnessed the incident. The citizen was able to scare the suspects off by sounding their vehicle’s horn from a distance. The suspects fled and witnesses provided our dispatch center with their descriptions. One of the suspects was arrested in Oakland and the other subject has not yet been located. One of the suspects, Damari Mathews, 19 years old, resides in Oakland. His photo isn’t being released because this is an active investigation. The second suspect is described as a Black male, 5’10” with a medium build. He was wearing dark clothing.
Please contact the San Leandro Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division with any information regarding this case at 510-577-3230 or contact the Anonymous Tip Line at 510-577-3278.
Citizens can also send an anonymous tip to San Leandro Police Department by texting the word SLPD and their tip to 847411. Anonymous web tips can be submitted from the Police Department’s website.