Multiple search warrants were served at locations in the City of Oceanside this morning. The warrants were served attempting to locate evidence from the Mustafa Gordon homicide, which occurred February 16, 2015 at Buddy Todd Park.
On April 24, 2015 at 9:26 p.m. Oceanside Police Department dispatchers received a 911 call regarding a person covered in blood at 1435 Santa Rosa Street. The caller identified herself as a babysitter for the residents at the address. She told the dispatcher she saw one person covered in blood and another person down in the garage. She thought two young children might still be in the house.
Summary: On 04/15/2015 Haile Hopkins left her home on Greenbrier Drive, Oceanside. She was seen in the area of the Oceanside Pier at around 4:30 pm. Haile has not returned home and has some concerning health issues which require scheduled treatment. The Oceanside Police Department is asking for the communities help in locating Haile Hopkins in an effort to get her home safely. There is no information at this time to suggest suspicious circumstances are involved.
On April 2, 2015 the Oceanside Police Department graduated twelve people into the Senior Volunteer Patrol Program. These volunteers just finished a two week academy consisting of instruction in a number of areas.