May 6, 2011 > Fremont Crime News
Fremont Crime News
Submitted By Detective Bill Veteran, Fremont PD
Police are looking for a suspect who robbed two employees of Perfect Day Spa. The incident happened on Friday night, April 29 in the parking lot of Perfect Day Spa on Paseo Padre Parkway. Armed with a hand gun the suspect approached the employees while they were leaving work. Suspect is a black male adult standing 5'06" tall with a thin build. He was wearing red shirt with writing on it.
An armed robbery was reported on Sunday, May 1 in the area of Cabrillo Drive and Balboa Way. The victim alleged that two Black males robbed him of his wallet, cash and cell phone. They were wearing dark hooded sweatshirts and fled in a white minivan. The suspects are still at large.
A suspect believed to be in possession of a controlled substance was driving a stolen 1999 Dodge Caravan, license plate number 5EFX126, when Officer Geibig spotted him in the parking lot at Lucky Supermarket on Sunday, May 1. Pursuit was terminated when the suspect vehicle entered Highway 880.
Niles Merchant Association's Historic Train Car in the Niles District was burglarized on Sunday, May 1. Chief Security Officer Aguirre is investigating the commercial burglary.
A representative of The Market Broiler Restaurant, 43406 Christy Street, called police to report that a patron told a waitress that the meal she served might be his last and then disappeared into the bathroom for an extended period. The incident happened at about 9:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 1. The patron warned of explosives in his truck parked near Jamba Juice. Police evacuated the area and searched his truck. It was determined there were no explosives and that the man's bizarre behavior was not grounds for arrest.
A man was robbed of money in the area of Thornton Avenue and San Pedro Drive. The incident was reported on Tuesday, May 3. The victim, who was visiting Fremont for business reasons, alleged that two suspects stole his cell phone and his wallet containing $140 cash. The only description of the suspects provided by the victim to Sgt. McCormick and Officer Diehm was that they were Black male adults. The victim admitted to police that he had taken a cab to the location after arranging a "date" from an internet site.
Mission Coffee was burglarized on Tuesday, May 3. An unknown suspect(s) entered the closed business through the front door and stole the cash register.