January 25, 2011 > Fremont Crime News
Fremont Crime News
Submitted By Detective Bill Veteran, Fremont PD
On Wednesday, January 19 Officer Taylor investigated a vandalism in which several expensive plants in a front yard were damaged. A 47-year-old woman was arrested for felony vandalism.
Officers responded to an incident near Mission Boulevard and Mohave Dr. A motorist reported seeing two males inside a vehicle pointing a handgun and followed the vehicle northbound 680 in heavy commute traffic. Officer Malcomson located the suspect vehicle near the truck scales and a high risk stop was initiated with other officers. Two 18-year-old males were found in possession of a pellet gun which they were showing to each other inside the vehicle. Both subjects were released later as no brandishing occurred and the males were cooperative.
Police are investigating a robbery that occurred in the parking lot of the Lil Grocer. Two Hispanic or White males, ages between 20-25 years, approached the victim and punched him without provocation. They attempted to take his money, but the victim was able to fight them off. They left in either a Honda or Toyota.
The California School for the Deaf on Stevenson Boulevard was locked down at about noon for about an hour on Thursday, January 20 as officers from the CHP and Fremont Police investigated a false report of a shooting on campus. Dozens of officers and a helicopter searched for a gunman on campus and concluded that the report was a hoax.