June 17, 2011 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
A bicyclist called to report a possible dead body on the Alameda Creek bicycle path. An unresponsive male (50 +) wearing a bicycle helmet and lying near a downed bicycle was found on the ground near the Alvarado/880 bicycle underpass. Witnesses had seen him riding on the trail about 20 minutes prior. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. There were no signs of foul play. So far he is listed as "John Doe" (No ID). East Bay Regional Parks PD is investigating the case with assistance by Officers Francisco and Laing.
A residential burglary at 40400 block Andorra Court was interrupted at 12:15 p.m. Two Black Male suspects fled northbound on Las Palmas. Subjects are described as mid-teens, one with short hair and plaid shorts; the other short hair, gray shorts and black T-shirt. An associated vehicle is an older model black SUV. Investigated by Officer J. Harvey
Officer Peters investigated a deuce drunk driving crash/hit and run in which the juvenile suspect was due to graduate from Kennedy High School the next day.
Officer Marcelino investigated a hit and run in which the suspect vehicle had been reported stolen out of Union City. The suspect ran from the crash and discarded a few items of stolen property in a shrub. Officer Marcelino located a receipt inside the stolen car that was date/time stamped at a 7-11 store. Street Crimes followed up with the store and viewed video of the suspect purchasing items.
A frantic 911 call from Southlake Mobile Homes concerned a subject who was stabbed. Officers arrived and located the victim who had been stabbed several times. The victim was uncooperative, but did tell officers who stabbed him (yes, the same guy from the hit and run with the 7-11 receipt). Officer Macciola responded to the area and located the 26-year-old male suspect at the 7-11 on Delaware (go figure). The suspect was arrested and identified as the driver in the hit-and-run collision involving the stolen vehicle. Investigated by Officers Hunt and Wilson
Officers responded to the area of Logan and Central on a report of a suspicious person. The reporting party believed the suspicious person was the same subject who had burglarized her home in April. Officer Kwok stopped the subject, and while performing a pat down search, located a handgun in the subject's front pocket. Officer Kwok arrested the subject, a 25-year-old male for weapons violations.
Submitted by Detective Bill Veteran