Manteca
Strong Arm Robbery On 07/02/10, approximately 2338 hours, Officer Anderson was dispatched to Round Table Pizza, Manteca, in regards to a strong arm robbery. The Victim delivered a pizza to an address on Murietta Wy. When she arrived, two black male adults were standing on the west side of the residence. She approached the males. One of the males pulled out a black semi-automatic handgun and demanded all her money. She gave the suspect/s a small amount of money in U. S. Currency. The suspect then demanded all her pizzas. She handed over six large pizzas. The suspect told her to get back in her car and drive away. Naranjo drove back to Round Table Pizza and reported the robbery. Suspect # 1 was described as a black male, approximately 19 years old, 6’ tall, 160 pounds, wearing a black hoodie. Suspect # 2 had the same description. An elderly couple lives at the Murietta Wy. address and had no knowledge of the robbery or pizza delivery. Officer Anderson is handling the case, MPD case # 10-18323.

Manteca Police Department
Media Brief / Crime Stoppers Update
June 22, 2010
Contact:  Rex Osborn, PAO -209-456-8144

Vandalism in Manteca

(Manteca, Ca)  On June 19, 2010 Manteca Police and Community Service Officers were busy responding to over 13 vandalism reports in the Manteca Area.  Officers started taking the calls for vandalism to various vehicles and two buildings starting at 3:24 am with a call from the Manteca Unified School District reporting an alarm was going off at the Vertas School.  The police found the front windows on the multi-use had been smashed.  It did not appear that anything was taken.  After the 3:24 am call, police went to  12 additional locations to include the 2000 block of Geneva Way, 2000 block of Azevedo, 1900 Geneva Way, 2100 block of Woodbine, 1600 block of Springcreek, 2200 block of Buena Vista, 2400 block of Donatello, the 1700 block of Topiary, 500 block of Tannehill Dr., 1500 block of Ellis Lane, 500 block of Silverado and the last report was taken at 10:23 am at 1600 Tinnin Road where an office building had windows broken.   A number of the windows were broke with rocks and other heavy objects.  

Only one of the reporting parties indicated they heard anything at the time of the incidents and that was the voices of two males.   If these incidents are all related the dollar value will put the criminal charge into the felony range and  the individuals involved could face up to a year in the county jail.   

South San Joaquin County Crime Stoppers is offering up to $1,000 cash reward leading to the arrest of these individuals.  You can contact crime stoppers at 209-823-4636 and you do not have to give your name.  To review this an other unsolved crime you can visit the website at southcountycrimestoppers.org    Crime stoppers serves the communities of Manteca, Lathrop, Ripon, Escalon, French Camp and the Unincorporated areas south of French Camp road.