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February 18, 2011 > Fremont Crime News

Fremont Crime News

Submitted By Detective Bill Veteran

Residential burglaries
A spate of residential burglaries was reported on Friday, February 11. No suspect or suspect vehicle information is available so far for a residential burglary reported on the 44900 block of Cougar Circle. Officer Diehm is investigating another residential burglary on Heron Pl. Homeowners left for two hours leaving the back window unlocked and found the house ransacked upon return. Jewelry and electronics were missing. There are no known suspects so far. Another residential robbery was reported on Rancho Higuera. Suspect(s) smashed the window of the rear bedroom door. No loss was reported. Officer Nelson is investigating the case.

Theft
On Saturday February 12 two women were arrested for stealing a phone. The victim reported that the suspects stole his phone from his car that was inside the garage. He provided a description and their vehicle. Soon Officer Taylor spotted the vehicle on Sundale Drive and arrested the women for burglary and parole violations.

Commercial burglary
Police are looking for a suspect involved in a commercial burglary at Capital Stereo located at 43516 Fremont Blvd. Video shows a red Silverado with a camper shell ramming the installer's roll-up door. The suspect is described as a White Male Adult with a thin build, last seen wearing a white hoodie, dark jeans and white tennis shoes running into the store and taking one box.

Motorist hits a gas pipeline
On Sunday, February 13, a female motorist accidentally steered her vehicle into a condominium building on Silver Oak Terrace. As a result, a PG&E gas line was sheared off as well as the water main. Police assisted the Fire Department in evacuating two condominium buildings and keeping other residents sheltered in place. Walnut Avenue was shut down between Mission Blvd. and Overacker Avenue until the area could be deemed safe. Fire crews were able to shut off the water and PG&E eventually got the gas turned off. The driver was not under the influence - she said her groceries spilled and as she reached for them she inadvertently steered into the building.

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