Hercules Police Department

Hercules Police Department Welcome to the official page of the City of Hercules Police Department. The Hercules Police Department is dedicated to our community and to delivering the highest quality Law Enforcement services.
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"We will not lie, steal, or cheat, nor tolerate among us anyone who does"

We are a full service organization that is committed to:

• Timely and safe response to calls for service
• Conducting professional, thorough and complete investigations
• Intelligence - Community Policing
• Fairness
• Proactive / Hight visibility patrol tactics to detect and de

This page is NOT monitored all hours. VISION

"We will not lie, steal, or cheat, nor tolerate among us anyone who does"

We are a full service organization that is committed to:

• Timely and safe response to calls for service
• Conducting professional, thorough and complete investigations
• Intelligence - Community Policing
• Fairness
• Proactive / Hight visibility patrol tactics to detect and de

Operating as usual

07/08/2021

🎆It was a busy weekend for all Law Enforcement officers in Contra Costa County for the holiday. HPD officers had eight warrant arrests, two fires, and twenty-nine fireworks, among other calls for service within 12 hours.

Stay safe Hercules. 🚓

Occupied Stolen Motorcycle:  On July 6, 2021, at 8:21 p.m. An Officer did a traffic stop on a Red ’14 Honda CR500 Motorc...
07/08/2021

Occupied Stolen Motorcycle: On July 6, 2021, at 8:21 p.m. An Officer did a traffic stop on a Red ’14 Honda CR500 Motorcycle for no rear license plate. The VIN returned clear of any wants, and it was found to be currently registered out of Emeryville. The rider was a 29-year-old female, of Rodeo. The Officer noticed the motorcycle’s ignition was missing and had been hot-wired. The Officer then believed the motorcycle was an unreported stolen vehicle. The Officer obtained the phone number of the registered owner and contacted her. The registered owner had no idea her motorcycle was missing/stolen and had not given the rider permission to be in possession of it. The registered owner contacted Emeryville P.D. and reported the Motorcycle as a stolen vehicle. The rider was arrested and was transported to the Martinez Detention Facility.

Occupied Stolen Motorcycle: On July 6, 2021, at 8:21 p.m. An Officer did a traffic stop on a Red ’14 Honda CR500 Motorcycle for no rear license plate. The VIN returned clear of any wants, and it was found to be currently registered out of Emeryville. The rider was a 29-year-old female, of Rodeo. The Officer noticed the motorcycle’s ignition was missing and had been hot-wired. The Officer then believed the motorcycle was an unreported stolen vehicle. The Officer obtained the phone number of the registered owner and contacted her. The registered owner had no idea her motorcycle was missing/stolen and had not given the rider permission to be in possession of it. The registered owner contacted Emeryville P.D. and reported the Motorcycle as a stolen vehicle. The rider was arrested and was transported to the Martinez Detention Facility.

Some good information from our friends Modesto Police Department
07/04/2021

Some good information from our friends Modesto Police Department

Today’s #TrafficTipTuesday is about window tint.

MPD has seen a noticeable increase in windshield tint violations. Although we know some like the way it looks, it is extremely dangerous and is in violation of the law, California Vehicle Code 26708(a)(2).

Window tint prevents drivers from making eye contact with one another, which allows drivers to communicate with other drivers, in courteous ways. 😅

It also makes it very difficult to see out of the vehicle while driving at night, similar to wearing sunglasses at night. 😎

Unfortunately, the crash statistics in Modesto are high, especially collisions involving vehicles vs. pedestrians and bicyclists.

Let’s do what we can to be safe drivers and keep our view as clear as possible.

#notintedwindshields #drivesafe #slowdown #dontdriveimpaired #putthephonedown

07/04/2021

As the Fourth of July holiday approaches this weekend, Con Fire reminds everyone of the dangers that fireworks can pose to yourself and those around you. Fireworks cause fires, property damage, harm to people and pets, and cannot be safely controlled.

In recent years, countless fires have been caused by fireworks throughout the county, which have resulted in property damage and injuries. In incidents in the last two years, residents have lost parts of both hands while handling illegal fireworks.

This past Memorial Day, a major fire in Antioch started by a single firework led to the destruction of eight apartments and the displacement of some 40 residents. Since then, numerous grass and vegetation fires have been caused by, or are suspected to have been caused by, illegal fireworks.

To help protect your home, family, friends and neighbors, report all use of illegal fireworks immediately to your local law enforcement agency’s non-emergency phone line.

Report ALL fires immediately to 911.

For more on keeping your family and property safe from fireworks this year, visit: www.cccfpd.org/fireworkssafety

Occupied Stolen Vehicle/Warrant Arrest/Towed Vehicle:  On June 23, 2021, at 4:20 a.m. Hercules Officers were advised of ...
07/03/2021

Occupied Stolen Vehicle/Warrant Arrest/Towed Vehicle: On June 23, 2021, at 4:20 a.m. Hercules Officers were advised of an Automated License Plate Reader notification for a stolen 2006 Chevy Silverado E/B I-80 at Appian Way. The Silverado was reported stolen to Richmond P.D. on June 12, 2021. Hercules Officers located the Silverado exiting E/B I-80 at Willow Ave. Officers did a traffic stop at the 76-gas station, 828 Willow Ave. Both the 48-year-old male driver of Concord; and the 38-year-old female passenger of Novato were detained. The vehicle, the officers stopped, turned out to be a 2002 Silverado stolen from Oakland (June 17,2021) but had the plates from the 2006 Silverado stolen in Richmond. The 2002 Silverado had ignition damage, and a generic car key was used to start the vehicle. The passenger was found to have an outstanding Misdemeanor No Cite Warrant, out of Alameda County S.O. (Case H21-760). The two subjects were transported to Martinez Detention Facility. The two stolen license plates were removed from the 2002 Silverado. (Case H21-759)

Occupied Stolen Vehicle/Warrant Arrest/Towed Vehicle: On June 23, 2021, at 4:20 a.m. Hercules Officers were advised of an Automated License Plate Reader notification for a stolen 2006 Chevy Silverado E/B I-80 at Appian Way. The Silverado was reported stolen to Richmond P.D. on June 12, 2021. Hercules Officers located the Silverado exiting E/B I-80 at Willow Ave. Officers did a traffic stop at the 76-gas station, 828 Willow Ave. Both the 48-year-old male driver of Concord; and the 38-year-old female passenger of Novato were detained. The vehicle, the officers stopped, turned out to be a 2002 Silverado stolen from Oakland (June 17,2021) but had the plates from the 2006 Silverado stolen in Richmond. The 2002 Silverado had ignition damage, and a generic car key was used to start the vehicle. The passenger was found to have an outstanding Misdemeanor No Cite Warrant, out of Alameda County S.O. (Case H21-760). The two subjects were transported to Martinez Detention Facility. The two stolen license plates were removed from the 2002 Silverado. (Case H21-759)

Driving Under the Influence (DUI)/Possession of a Baton/Warrant Arrest:  On June 13, 2021, at 2:47 a.m. An Officer saw a...
07/03/2021

Driving Under the Influence (DUI)/Possession of a Baton/Warrant Arrest:

On June 13, 2021, at 2:47 a.m. An Officer saw a Tan ’01 Toyota Avalon stopped at a gas pump at Shell gas station, 3900 San Pablo Ave. The driver appeared to be passed out at the wheel. There was a vehicle stopped behind the Avalon, and the driver reported the Avalon’s engine was still running. The Officer was unable to get the driver to wake up by knocking on the passenger window. The Officer saw an open bottle of Tequila on the passenger seat (partially empty). The Officer eventually got the driver to wake up and turn off the ignition. While talking to the 50-year-old female driver of Sacramento, the Officer observed objective symptoms of alcohol intoxication. The officer also saw a Black “police-style” Baton on the front passenger floorboard. The subject had a suspended or revoked driver’s license. She had an outstanding cite releasable Warrant for a Failure to Appear on a DUI. The warrant was issued on February 8, 2018. The subject failed to properly complete The Standard Field Sobriety Test; and refused to do the Preliminary Alcohol test. The subject was arrested for DUI and the outstanding Warrant. The subject was cited and released to her adult son.

Occupied Stolen Vehicle/Warrant Arrest/Possession of a controlled substance/Towed Vehicle:  On June 26, 2021, at 9:52 p....
07/02/2021

Occupied Stolen Vehicle/Warrant Arrest/Possession of a controlled substance/Towed Vehicle: On June 26, 2021, at 9:52 p.m. Hercules Officers were advised of an outstanding stolen vehicle, traveling E/B I-80 at Appian Way. The vehicle, a Blue ’10 Mazda 3 was reported stolen to Hayward P.D. (HPD) on June 10,2021. Officers located the vehicle exiting E/B I-80 at Willow Ave. The vehicle drove into the 76-gas station and stopped at pump #8. Officers did a traffic stop on the vehicle and detained the 31-year-old female driver, a transient. The subject was found to have a suspended driver’s license and three outstanding No Bail Warrants. The subject was also found to be on Alameda County Probation. The subject was arrested for the warrants. The subject stated a friend let her borrow the vehicle. The subject was arrested for Possession of a Stolen Vehicle. During an inventory search of the vehicle, an officer located a small black backpack on the front passenger seat. Inside, was a twist-tied plastic baggie containing suspected narcotics. The subject was additionally charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance. She was transported to The Martinez Detention Facility.

The Hercules Police Department tentatively will be holding our Citizens Police Academy in the fall (September / October)...
06/24/2021

The Hercules Police Department tentatively will be holding our Citizens Police Academy in the fall (September / October). Classes will be held on Saturdays, with sessions taking place in the mornings and the afternoons.

When you join the Hercules Citizens Police Academy, you will experience some of the same training that our officers receive:

Patrol Procedures, Crime Scene Investigation, Identity Theft & Internet Crime, Narcotics, Emergency Preparedness, and more.

See a Police Dog (K9) track and bring down a suspect, tour the Martinez Detention Facility, Special Response Team Training / Activity, Ride along with an Officer, Visit your 911 call center and listen in on emergency calls, Take part in DUI field sobriety tests.

Click the link below to download and complete the application from the City of Hercules' website:
https://www.ci.hercules.ca.us/government/police/special-police-units-police-programs/citizens-academy

The Hercules Police Department tentatively will be holding our Citizens Police Academy in the fall (September / October). Classes will be held on Saturdays, with sessions taking place in the mornings and the afternoons.

When you join the Hercules Citizens Police Academy, you will experience some of the same training that our officers receive:

Patrol Procedures, Crime Scene Investigation, Identity Theft & Internet Crime, Narcotics, Emergency Preparedness, and more.

See a Police Dog (K9) track and bring down a suspect, tour the Martinez Detention Facility, Special Response Team Training / Activity, Ride along with an Officer, Visit your 911 call center and listen in on emergency calls, Take part in DUI field sobriety tests.

Click the link below to download and complete the application from the City of Hercules' website:
https://www.ci.hercules.ca.us/government/police/special-police-units-police-programs/citizens-academy

Hercules PD Officers we’re honored to participate in the Northern California Special Olympics Torch Run in support of al...
06/23/2021

Hercules PD Officers we’re honored to participate in the Northern California Special Olympics Torch Run in support of all the athletes competing at this year’s Games. After picking the Torch up from Pinole PD we carried into Hercules where it was then passed on to Benicia PD on its way through Solano County.

Congratulations to Officer Diana Mendieta for winning gold medals in both Gi and No-Gi Jiu Jitsu at the United States Po...
06/21/2021

Congratulations to Officer Diana Mendieta for winning gold medals in both Gi and No-Gi Jiu Jitsu at the United States Police and Fire Championships this past week, going undefeated in all of her matches including some dominant 12-0 and 12-2 scores! She definitely left it all on the mat.

Ofc. Mendieta was also part of a combined soccer team that took fifth place overall after four matches.

All-in-all a busy week for Diana and a great representation for Hercules PD!

06/14/2021
06/14/2021
Mattress Only Drop-Off Event in Pinole on Saturday, June 12th.
06/04/2021

Mattress Only Drop-Off Event in Pinole on Saturday, June 12th.

Mattress Only Drop-Off Event in Pinole on Saturday, June 12th.

Did you know Memorial Day to Labor Day is the deadliest time of year for teen drivers and teen passengers? Join us to le...
05/26/2021

Did you know Memorial Day to Labor Day is the deadliest time of year for teen drivers and teen passengers? Join us to learn evidence-based strategies for helping teens be safer on the road. Impact Teen Drivers' Parent-Teen Workshop webinar: TOMORROW, May 27, 6-7PM. Register here: https://bit.ly/3hP1Fbf

Did you know Memorial Day to Labor Day is the deadliest time of year for teen drivers and teen passengers? Join us to learn evidence-based strategies for helping teens be safer on the road. Impact Teen Drivers' Parent-Teen Workshop webinar: TOMORROW, May 27, 6-7PM. Register here: https://bit.ly/3hP1Fbf

On May 23, around 1:30 in the morning Officers were dispatched to the 1900 block of Pheasant Dr for a shooting that just...
05/24/2021

On May 23, around 1:30 in the morning Officers were dispatched to the 1900 block of Pheasant Dr for a shooting that just occurred. Upon arrival Officers contacted two victims, including a 16-year-old male inside his house suffering from gunshot wounds to his upper body and arm. The victim was transported to a local trauma center where his condition is currently considered serious but stable.

The uninjured victim said they were in front of their house when they were approached by three unknown males wearing all black clothing, with black ski-masks covering their faces; and reportedly were all armed with handguns. The suspects robbed the victims at gunpoint then while fleeing the scene fired several shots at them. In addition to hitting one victim, rounds went into two cars and two residences.

The suspects were associated with a gray four door sedan and were last seen heading down Pheasant Dr. toward Refugio Valley Road.

Among other items of evidence several shell casings were found in front of a residence in the 1900 block of Pheasant. While Detectives continue to follow up on several leads connected with this shooting we are asking for the public's help identifying the suspect vehicle.

Anyone living in the area of Pheasant Dr up to Sparrow Dr and any of the side streets please check home surveillance systems between 1:00 and 1:30 AM to see if you have video of a possible suspect vehicle driving past your camera(s).

Anyone having information regarding this case is asked to call the Hercules Police Department (510-724-1111). H21-638

On May 23, around 1:30 in the morning Officers were dispatched to the 1900 block of Pheasant Dr for a shooting that just occurred. Upon arrival Officers contacted two victims, including a 16-year-old male inside his house suffering from gunshot wounds to his upper body and arm. The victim was transported to a local trauma center where his condition is currently considered serious but stable.

The uninjured victim said they were in front of their house when they were approached by three unknown males wearing all black clothing, with black ski-masks covering their faces; and reportedly were all armed with handguns. The suspects robbed the victims at gunpoint then while fleeing the scene fired several shots at them. In addition to hitting one victim, rounds went into two cars and two residences.

The suspects were associated with a gray four door sedan and were last seen heading down Pheasant Dr. toward Refugio Valley Road.

Among other items of evidence several shell casings were found in front of a residence in the 1900 block of Pheasant. While Detectives continue to follow up on several leads connected with this shooting we are asking for the public's help identifying the suspect vehicle.

Anyone living in the area of Pheasant Dr up to Sparrow Dr and any of the side streets please check home surveillance systems between 1:00 and 1:30 AM to see if you have video of a possible suspect vehicle driving past your camera(s).

Anyone having information regarding this case is asked to call the Hercules Police Department (510-724-1111). H21-638

On May 17, 2021 at 1:03 AM, an Officer initiated a traffic stop on a 2001 Toyota Camry on Willow Ave at Hawthorne Dr. Th...
05/21/2021

On May 17, 2021 at 1:03 AM, an Officer initiated a traffic stop on a 2001 Toyota Camry on Willow Ave at Hawthorne Dr. The vehicle did not immediately yield and travelled for another approximate 100 yards before stopping. The passenger started to exit the vehicle but complied when told to get back inside. The Officer decided to do a high-risk traffic stop based on the vehicle occupant’s behavior. During the high-risk traffic stop, the driver, a 20-year-old of Richmond, exited the vehicle and started yelling at Officers while failing to follow verbal commands. A loaded pistol with a high-capacity magazine was observed in the driver’s door pocket. The driver walked back to Officers where he was handcuffed. The passenger, a 23-year-old male of Rodeo, complied with verbal commands and was detained. The loaded pistol in the driver’s door pocket was determined to be a Glock 34 9mm semi-auto pistol (with ghost gun frame) that had a loaded 24 round high-capacity magazine. A second loaded Glock 19x 9mm semi-auto pistol (with ghost gun frame) that had a loaded 30 round high-capacity magazine was located behind the driver’s seat on the left rear passenger floorboard. This pistol was found in a position where it appeared the passenger tossed it along with his set of keys. An unloaded 17 round high capacity 9mm pistol magazine was also found on the right rear passenger floorboard. Both pistol’s serial numbers returned with no record in AFS. The driver had four live 9mm rounds in his pants pockets and a box of 9mm ball ammo was found inside the Camry. The passenger also had one live 9mm round in his pants pocket. The driver was found to have a suspended/revoked driver’s license and be on Misdemeanor Court Probation in Contra Costa County. Both the driver and passenger were transported to MDF.

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I would like to say That I support the Police 100%. You have been there when my family needed you. God Bless and keep us safe.
Watching and hearing from the parents and Seniors . Made all the last minute hustle and long hours in the sun COMPLETELY worth it. Once again I have to thank my dad.(Jay Tucker). For his hard work and time he volunteered to our school. To the ladies that were there to help coordinate posters and organize everything. To Ms.Baxter who came back to our school from Utah. To help and supervised the painting . Who also stepped up to make a new decoration for the backdrop for day two. Since it was so 🔥 hot. Our balloons deflated and popped. Thank you , to our Elementary Schools who made posters to show support. We had Teachers who make signs for their fifth grade class.. That our now our Hercules High Seniors. ❤ Thank you to our city businesses who donated. Thank you to our Hercules City Council and City Manager who also supported us with a nice sign and show of support. Thank you Mr. Mansingh for asking for my support and suggestions. If I have forgotten anyone. I'm so sorry! #HerculesHighSchool #classof2020 #cityofhercules #ittakesacommunity #ittakesavillage #ilovemyson #jackfrancis #minidrivethrugraduation #channel2news #KTVU #FrankSomerville
Thank you 🙏 Officers 👮‍♀️ for patrolling and showing your presence at Luckys,we feel much safer and appreciate it very much
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There are so many people doing more to protect us from COVID-19 who deserve our thanks and gratitude during this overwhelmingly challenging time, so as of today we Cafe Soleil Ca is offering all active first responders, doctors, nurses, hospital staff, paramedics, police officers and firefighters Free Beverages (coffee, tea, soda or water) and 50% off Food, with valid ID.
Parents:Please update your PowerSchool Information with your personal email address, follow the link to the form. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScgaMzUlR 1CZWffYm-CJJFJnnOwiBiPMCLdAGHFpdwGI1hVbA/viewform Paul Mansingh ,Principal of Hercules High School
Thank you to the officers who came to the rescue of a innocent little Fox 🦊 who didn’t make it today around 2::00 pm Thank you for caring about animals 🙏
Can we get some speed bumps or som**hing on Falcon Way? Cars are speeding up & down the hill. It is so bad that my teen daughter who is still learning to drive was frightened because they sped around here because apparently she wasn't driving fast enough for them. Also I have dealt with multiple young drivers not stopping at stop signs and speeding through... thankfully I am always cautious for cars when entering intersections even if they have a stop sign.
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Are we supposed to treat the new blue circles on Hercules Ave as traffic circles? There are no yield signs.