February 15, 2011 > Fremont Crime news
Fremont Crime news
Submitted By Detective Bill Veteran, Fremont PD
Two vehicles on Whitfield Avenue and Glenmoor Drive had their windows broken out by unknown subjects. Officer Butcher is investigating the case.
A 20-year-old lady was waiting for a bus when she was approached by a Hispanic male who threatened her with a small, folding knife and demanded her phone. The attempted armed robbery happened in the area of Mission Blvd. and Grimmer Blvd. According to Police the suspect is in his early twenties and was last seen wearing a brown hooded sweatshirt and black beanie. The suspect fled on foot westbound toward Mission and is still at large.
Subway Sandwiches at the Fremont Hub was robbed of approximately $900 at about 7:45 p.m. The suspect is described as a black male adult in his twenties, 5'9" tall and skinny, with an oval shaped birth mark on his cheek. He was last seen wearing a black and red baseball cap, red hoodie and had a black handgun.
A burglary was reported at Home Depot on Auto mall Parkway. Two white males exited the rear emergency doors with power tools and entered a Blue Ford Van. Home Depot employees provided a description of the van and the suspects. A citizen informed Police that one of the suspects was seen on Grimmer Blvd. Officer Fowlie and Officer Harvey located the suspect in a storage shed on Osgood Road. The Street Crimes Unit located the van at the La Quinta Motel where it appeared to be abandoned. Officer Manrique and Officer Stone located a second suspect at Homestead Suites who admitted to the theft. The suspect informed the Police about the third suspect who was found at Jack-in-the-Box on Osgood Road. All three suspects were arrested and admitted to the burglary.