May 31, 2011 > Fremont Police Blotter
Fremont Police Blotter
A street robbery occurred at 1 p.m. at Chapel Way and Bay Street. Officer Haugh checked the area and located the 15-year old suspect, at Fremont Boulevard and Clough Avenue. The suspect resisted arrest but was taken into custody and later confessed and identified the location of stolen items.
An FPD employee arrived at home and interrupted a residential burglary on Val Street. The employee chased the suspect(s) on foot without capture but the suspect vehicle was located by Sgt. Griese and two suspects were arrested; losses were recovered.
IH #0800, CR #056, part of the loss recovered in the above matter was a laptop computer stolen in an unreported residential burglary on Calaveras. Investigations contacts the victim who ID's his laptop and confirms his house has also been burglarized.
Officers were dispatched to the Fremont Oaks Apartments to investigate a group of males hanging out in the parking lot drinking and playing loud music. Parolees Brandon Snyder and Israel Larios were arrested for possession of hashish.
Officers were dispatched to Thornton Junior High School after school officials detained a 14-year-old student for possession of marijuana on school grounds.
Officer Lambert located an occupied stolen vehicle in the area of Iron Horse Lane and G Street. The 2004 Honda Civic was stolen out of Newark on May 22, 2011. A 28-year-old male was arrested for vehicle theft and possession of a controlled substance.
Three vehicles were stolen from the Eggers, Camden, and Hansen area - two white, Ford vans and a Honda Accord.
Officer Hollifield attempted to stop a vehicle traveling on Thornton Avenue with two lost/stolen plates attached. Two units responded and a short vehicle pursuit ensued. The vehicle was stopped at Alvarado and Beard and the driver fled on foot. A Milpitas PD K-9 unit arrived to assist and the suspect was rapidly found. Upon further investigation, it was discovered that the vehicle was stolen. The 22-year-old male suspect was arrested. Sgt. McCormick supervised the pursuit and search.