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June 10, 2011 > Fremont Police Blotter

Fremont Police Blotter

June 3
A suspect approached the victim at the Ross Store parking lot and grabbed her by the neck as she walked in the parking lot. She was robbed of an IPAD and money. The suspect is described as a Black adult male with a large build, white t-shirt, blue jeans. The suspect fled in a Black Denali.

Officer Haugh investigated a residential burglary on Clarence Way. The victim knows the suspect. Follow up being done on the case.

June 5
Officers responded to an armed robbery at the Game Stop store located at the Hub. The suspect was described as a Black male, 5'7", medium build, 30-35 years old, wearing a gray Adidas baseball hat, black sweatshirt and black pants. The suspect covered his face with a black bandana. He was armed with a chrome revolver.

A victim was walking home from BART when he was confronted by a black male who demanded the victim's wallet and laptop bag in the area of Lakefront Circle. The victim gave the suspect his wallet and ran from the suspect but fell and the suspect took the laptop bag. The victim then chased the suspect and pleaded to give him back his backpack. The suspect eventually dropped the property and ran off. The suspect's description: Black male, 28-30 years old, 6-04, muscular build, black clothing, red baseball cap with flat bill, last seen carrying a black bag with the word "WILSON" written in white letters.

A citizen saw two suspects breaking into a neighbor's car at the 38000 block of Third Street. The suspects took the car stereo and a GPS unit and left in a silver, late model Chevy Malibu.

June 7
Residential burglary on Chamberlain Terrace was committed through entry made by prying a sliding glass door. Loss reported was cash and jewelry.

Residential burglary on Chamberlain Terrace was committed by entry by prying a sliding glass door. Loss was a play station and video games.

Residential burglary at Northgate Savoy in which entry was made by a front door kick - loss was video games and cash.

CVS Brookvale called to report a suspicious prescription called in by a podiatrist ordering codeine cough syrup. Officers Perry and Francisco contact two subjects inside the store and uncovered a fraudulent prescription scam. Both suspects were arrested.

A counselor on a crisis chat line reported that a juvenile on line was threatening suicide. The call was traced to the juvenile's address through her email. Officers responded and family members advised them that she was at another location in Fremont. Officers located the juvenile at the other address and placed her under custody. This case is under investigation by Officer Blass.

Two citizens called to report a male subject walking in the lanes of traffic causing a hazard on Blacow Road just south of Central Avenue. Officer Butcher arrived in the area and located a 21 yr old male subject brandishing a knife. Following several commands to drop the knife which were ignored, Officer Macciola discharged his Taser. The male was taken into custody, and after getting medically cleared.

A 14-year-old student at Seneca Center, got into an argument with a staff member. He punched the staff member in the face and broke her nose. The student was arrested by Officer Greenberg.

Best Western Motel (5400 Mowry Avenue) called to report a drunk and belligerent male walking around and pulling his pants down. Officer Chinn and Officer Snelson arrested Timothy Fitzgerald (M 45).

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