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Sheriff's Arrests: Employee Grand Theft, Burglary Tools

A look at the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office's arrest and booking reports for July 13, 2012. The following arrest information does not indicate a conviction.

 

Employee Grand Theft 

  • Mae Gardina, 61, of Milpitas, July 13, 10:50 a.m., at 190 West Hedding St. in San Jose, for a felony involving grand theft by an employee or agent. 

Probation Violation

  • Mark Hawke, 44, of Cupertino, July 13, 11:17 p.m., at Loree Avenue in Cupertino, for a felony warrant and rearrest.

Under the Influence

  • Frank Martinez, 48, of Campbell, July 13, 12:10 p.m., at a booking parking lot in San Jose, for a misdemeanor involving being under the influence of a controlled substance. Bail set at $5,000.
  • Dario Garcia, 49, of Campbell, July 13, 1:10 a.m., at 22100 Steven Creek Blvd. in Cupertino, for two misdemeanors involving driving with a blood alcohol level of 0.08 percent or higher and driving under the influence. 
  • Maurisa Osorio, 25, of Morgan Hill, July 13, 11:30 a.m., at 301 Diana Ave. in Morgan Hill, for a misdemeanor involving driving with a blood alcohol level of 0.08 percent or higher. 

Possession

  • Miguel Sandoval, 36, of Gilroy, July 13, 9:35 a.m., at 190 West Hedding Street in San Jose, for a health and safety code violation regarding the transfer, sales and/or furnishing of a controlled substance. 
  • Michelle Beemer, 28, of Saratoga, July 13, 2:52 p.m., at 270 Grant Avenue in Palo Alto, for driving with privileges suspended or revoked, possession of burglary tools, being under the influence of a controlled substance, and unsafe starting or stopping. Bail set at $17,500.

Vandalism

  • Anthony Corral, 35, of Gilroy, July 13, 11:45 a.m., at 301 Diana Ave. in Morgan Hill, for a misdemeanor involving vandalism of less than $400. Bail set at $15,000.

Vehicle Code Violations

  • Juan Quirozlopez, 24, of Morgan Hill, July 13, 4:05 p.m., at De Anza Boulevard and Highway 280 in Cupertino, for two vehicle code citations involving driving with privileges suspended or revoked and disobeying a sign. 
  • Stephan Boles, 49, of Oakland, July 13, 2:45 p.m., at Stevens Creek Boulevard and Highway 85 in Cupertino, for two vehicle code citations involving failing to provide evidence of financial responsibility and driving with privileges suspended or revoked. 
  • James Riordan, 46, of San Jose, July 13, 3:50 a.m., at Quito Road and Cox Avenue in Saratoga, for two vehicle code citations involving driving with privileges suspended or revoked and driving with a suspended license. 
  • Maurice Bemore, 31, of San Jose, July 13, 4:50 p.m., at State Route 85 N and Saratoga Avenue in Saratoga, for two vehicle code citations involving incorrectly displaying license plates and driving with privileges suspended or revoked. 

Editor's Note: If charges are dropped or you are found not guilty, send an e-mail to Patch Editor Sheila Sanchez at sheila.sanchez@patch.com. Anyone with tips on local crime may report a crime online, or call the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office at 408-808-4431.

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Andy Smith August 02, 2012 at 01:17 PM
Question: How come Sheriff incidents are listed in the Milpitas Patch? Why not incidents in Milpitas?
Corinne Speckert August 02, 2012 at 04:59 PM
Hi Andy, We list incidents in Milpitas, too. We run this report from the Milpitas Police Department every week: http://milpitas.patch.com/articles/arrested-in-milpitas-july-21-29 As for the sheriff's blotter, I think it's beneficial running it because it allows Milpitans to view what crime is like in neighboring cities. For me, personally, it helps me make better decisions about safety because I learn what areas have more crime and what kind of crime they often involve. For instance, I've noticed there's a lot of violent crimes in San Jose, Morgan Hill and Gilroy than other Santa Clara County cities. It's a shallow observation, no doubt, because it's made off of viewing the sheriff's blotter without involving any in-depth research, but I still find it helpful. Do you think the sheriff's blotter is beneficial to have on the site? Or is it something you could do without?
Jim August 03, 2012 at 01:26 AM
I just saw on TV news about the Mercury News having a bunch of competitors newstands behind a locked gate on their property. Is the Patch going to investigate this and let their reader know what's going on? Sounds like grand theft to me. Shouldn't the proper authorities be involved?

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