Police BulletinForged credit card leads to mall arrest
An attempt to use a bogus credit card at a jewelry store in the Stoneridge Shopping Center led to the arrest of a Hayward woman on several felony charges, a police report said.
Jennifer Rose Marie Shewmake, 23, tried to use a forged credit card at Fred Meyer Jewelers around 2:13 p.m. July 20, according to the report, which said Shewmake was apprehended elsewhere in the mall with a fake driver's license as well as the forged card. She was charged with two counts of forgery, theft and identity theft.
In other police reports:
A residential burglary in the 3000 block of Melbourne Court netted more than $8,500 in jewelry and electronics. The incident took place between 3 and 11:30 p.m. July 23; a pry bar was used to enter a rear window of the home. Two computers worth $1,000 apiece were stolen, along with a third, valued at $1,500, a $1,500 pearl necklace, $500 briefcase, $300 garnet rings, a $300 onyx necklace, gold hoops worth $300, a $300 purse, two digital cameras worth $250 apiece, a $200 watch, three $200 necklaces, a $200 gold ring, silver hoops worth $200 and a $100 cell phone.
Gift cards worth a total of $3,750 were stolen from 6700 Koll Center Parkway sometime between 2 p.m. July 12 and 3 p.m. July 19; one $1,000 gift card was stolen, along with 20 $20 gift cards and 15 $50 gift cards.