After a witness in one of Fairfield’s new Green Valley subdivisions called 911 to report hearing sounds of a break in in her residence, Fairfield police arriving on the crime scene met a masked man armed with knives standing in the driveway.
According to a police press release, the subsequently unmasked man was identified as Alvin Delosreyes, 43, of Vallejo. When police got out of their cars and approached him, he dropped the knives. But then, as his conversation with the police continued in front of the house in the 5000 block of Golden Prairie Court, Delosreyes “became combative,” the press release said.
At that point, the police dog intervened, biting Delosreyes several times. One of the officers sustained minor hand injuries during the altercation. Delosreyes was, after his arrest, transported to NorthBay Medical Center with “non-life-threatening” wounds. The police officer was treated and released at a local trauma center.
The incident began about 7 am on Friday, July 29 when a woman called 911 to report she could hear what sounded like someone smashing their way into her residence. The 911 dispatcher kept her talking on the phone. She soon reported she could hear someone moving inside her residence. She was not injured in the incident. Delosreyes was acquainted with the house’s residents, but he had been refused permission to set foot on the property.
He now stands charged with suspicion of burglary, felony criminal trespass and obstructing law enforcement officers. Previously he’s been contacted by law enforcement about charges including DUI, vandalism, making criminal threats and assault on emergency personnel, the press release said.