Vehicle Windows Damaged by Projectiles: Suspect in Custody

Vehicle Windows Damaged by Projectiles: Suspect in Custody
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Written By: Jim Emerson

BRENTWOOD — At least seven vehicles were struck by projectiles before Brentwood PD arrested a 31-year-old man for allegedly doing this. Windows were damaged but fortunately no one was reported injured, although the investigation remains active.

Drivers were targeted along a stretch of Brentwood Boulevard, between Homecoming Way and Sunset Road. Vehicles were hit on January 13th and 14th. The reported incidents occurred during a 20-hour period, until 1:40 a.m. on January 14th.

Investigators identified Brandon J. Hasenpusch, a resident of Brentwood, as the suspect in this foolishness. On the evening of January 14th, his residence on Almond Street was searched. Authorities recovered unspecified evidence, and Hasenpusch was placed under arrest at 5:41 p.m. He was booked on suspicion of recklessly discharging/throwing a substance at vehicles with intent to cause great bodily injury.

Hasenpusch is housed at the West County Detention Facility in Richmond. A judge set bond at $140,000 for his release from custody.

Police believe there may be more unreported incidents of vehicles being targeted by the same suspect. Anyone with information can call Brentwood police at 925-809-7911.

Hasenpusch has been in trouble with the law previously. He has prior arrests in 2011 and 2012 for carrying a loaded firearm, burglary, receiving stolen property, among other offenses.

Hasenpusch also has prior convictions rounding out his rap sheet for –

 Vandalism in 2011

 Second-degree vehicle burglary in 2012

 Possession of a controlled substance in 2014

 Reckless driving/evading an officer in 2015.

Vehicle Windows Damaged by Projectiles: Suspect in Custody was last modified: January 23rd, 2023 by admin
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Jim Emerson

Jim Emerson is a northern California writer covering crime and arrest related news in the Bay Area - focusing primarily on Alameda, Contra Costa, and Marin counties.