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Police search for man who allegedly tried to kidnap toddler

Gilroy Police are looking for a man who allegedly tried to annoy or molest a 2-year-old boy at a local store.

More than 60 cited for illegal fireworks

The evening of July 4 was a busy night for the Gilroy Police Department, which fielded more than 400 calls for service and wrote...

Woman still wanted in connection with Heiser murder

GILROY—With three suspects accused of the Feb. 16 slaying and robbery of Gilroy’s Robert Heiser behind bars, one piece of the puzzle remains missing. Isabella Aurora Chaidez, a 17-year-old San Jose woman wanted in connection to his murder and at least one other violent crime in the Bay area, is still on the lam, according to Gilroy police.

Armed suspect holds up Subway restaurant, flees with cash

Gilroy Police Officers were dispatched to an armed robbery at 9:02 p.m. Tuesday at a Subway restaurant located at 340 E. 10th St., states a press release sent out by the GPD.

Crime briefs: Thieves steal iPads, bikes from Wal-Mart

Gilroy Police responded to a variety of crimes Jan. 24-30, including burglaries, assaults, vandalism, stolen vehicles and rape.

Police ask for help identifying two burglary suspects

Gilroy Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating two suspects in a burglary on the 7300 block of Wren Avenue at 9 a.m. Oct. 10.

Vandalism, burglary rampant this week

Gilroy Police responded to more tricks than treats this Halloween week, including a few burglaries and vandalism. Here are a few events:

Doctor’s office reports $250,000 embezzlement

During the weekend, Gilroy police responded to reports of burglaries and embezzlement. Here are a few events:

Police seeking two suspects in late-night robbery

Police are looking for two suspects who robbed the Ramada Inn at gunpoint and fled in a red vehicle believed to be a Honda, authorities said.

Man asks for directions, exposes himself to women

It’s been an interesting week for Gilroy crime. Besides the usual business of robberies, burglaries and assaults, police responded to a handful of incidents including a man roaming around Gilroy exposing himself to women, and reports of the levee on Lewis Street being set on fire. Here are a few of those events: