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March 18, 2011 > Fremont Crime News

Fremont Crime News

Submitted By Detective Bill Veteran, Fremont PD

Attempted Robbery
Police are looking for two suspects in connection with an attempted robbery. A citizen reported on Saturday, March 12 that two males had just kicked in the front door of his house and then fled after seeing the homeowner. Police set a perimeter including a large condominium complex between Ross Common and Wainright Terrace. An extensive search was conducted but the suspects were not located. There was no loss from the residence. The outstanding suspects are described as Hispanic male adults 18 to 19 years of age. One of them was wearing a white-colored hoodie; the other was wearing all blue with a blue baseball cap.

Gold necklaces stolen
Two gold necklaces were stolen from a garage sale on Saturday, March 12. The victim was able to obtain the license plate of the suspect vehicle belonging to an address in Fremont. The suspect has been identified and an investigation by Officer Zambonin is ongoing.

Missing boy found
A 7-year-old boy was reported missing on Saturday, March 12. The boy's parents believed the boy was missing for at least two hours before contacting police. Sgt. Harvey coordinated a neighborhood search and initiated the Code Red system via Dispatch. A neighbor and friend of the missing boy's family received the Code Red message via voice mail and realized the missing boy was inside their home playing with their children.

Juvenile arrested for stealing vehicle
Police responded to a suspicious circumstance near the area of Paseo Padre Parkway and Peralta Boulevard on Saturday, March 12 in which a citizen reported being followed by a male driving a dark grey Dodge Caravan. The citizen observed the license plate on the car which was found to be a stolen vehicle. Officer Candler located the vehicle on Camden Street and stopped it; the driver fled and a short foot pursuit ensued. Officer Ferrara located the suspect in a field behind Centerville Junior High School and directed responding officers. The suspect, a 17-year-old male with an extensive juvenile criminal history, was arrested on the Centerville Junior High campus. He was also wanted by Contra Costa County for escaping from one of their juvenile detention facilities.

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