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Left to right: Sonia Azevedo, Lt. James Ford, Capt. Shawny Williams, Lt. Bruce Young, Lt. Chris Monahan, Rey Cedeno

 

Captains Bars with San Jose Police Shoulder PatchCaptain's Corner: (Thursday, October 16, 2014)

Auto Theft/Marijuana Distribution Arrest

I would like to commend Officer Brendan Monlux for an outstanding proactive arrest in the parking lot of the Capitol Flea Market.


On 8/24/14, at approximately 0700, during his burglary suppression patrol time, Officer Monlux spotted a suspicious vehicle with no license plates in the parking lot of the Capitol Flea Market. A records check of the VIN revealed the car was stolen two weeks prior from Milpitas, CA. District officers from Southern Division responded to assist. The sole occupant was arrested and a search of the car revealed over 22lbs of marijuana, numerous unidentified garage door openers and car remote-entry key fobs, burglary tools and miscellaneous jewelry. The suspect was interviewed and booked into the county jail.

 

Captain Shawny Williams
Commander | Southern Division
Bureau of Field Operations

Southern Division

Southern Division encompasses approximately 123 square miles. It is the largest of the four patrol divisions.

Southern Division is comprised of four patrol districts:

Tom, Adam, X-ray and Yellow. The boundaries of the Southern Division are roughly Hamilton Ave - Pine Ave Curtner Ave. and Capital Expy. to the North, the Towns of Los Gatos and Campbell to the West, the Foothills to the East, and the City of Morgan Hill to the South.

Southern Division hosts such attractions as the Almaden Lake Park, the Almaden Quicksilver Park, and Coyote Creek Golf Club - one of Silicon Valley's most distinguished golf courses. Additionally, the Almaden Valley Art and Wine Festival takes place each September.


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