February 22, 2011 > Fremont Crime News
Fremont Crime News
Submitted By Detective Bill Veteran, Fremont PD
Two suspects from Richmond were arrested for residential burglary on Wednesday, February 16. Police responded to a suspicious circumstance at Presidio Way when a citizen reported that a female adult was seen chasing two male subjects down the street. The subjects had just exited a nearby apartment complex and one of them had a 3-4' long black case in hand. Another witness called dispatch stating the subjects were associated with a red Acura Integra. The vehicle was found unoccupied on Parkhurst.
Police found a suspect nearby carrying a black rifle case and gave chase. The suspect dropped the rifle case at the Crossroads Apartments and it, along with several items of jewelry, were retrieved. During a subsequent search, Officers Fowlie and J. Harvey found two stolen rifles underneath a bed mattress. Officer Lobue apprehended one of the suspects walking eastbound on Sundale Drive and Officers Nevin and Hollifield who conducted the overall investigation, arrested a second suspect as well.
A 32-year-old suspect attempted to break the window of a business near Paseo Padre Parkway and Capitol Avenue. The incident happened on Thursday, February 17. According to a witness, the suspect was allegedly seen throwing bottles and breaking a couple of windows at the Beauty Plus Salon while standing near the 24 hour fitness center at the Gateway Plaza. He was arrested for public intoxication and vandalism.
Officer Gilfoy is investigating a shooting into an inhabited home on the 4300 block of Dali Street Thursday, February 17. Two bullet holes were found in the garage door and one in the rain gutter. Two .40 cal shell casings and one live round were recovered in the street. No one in the home was hit by gunfire.
Officer Holguin investigated a shooting on the 4000 block of Peralta Boulevard Thursday, February 17. The victim, an adult male, was driving on Peralta Boulevard when several shots were fired into his car. The victim sustained a superficial injury.