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July 22, 2011 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

July 16 and 17
Officers respond to a residence on Lincoln Street for reported vandalism. The reporting party stated that his brother had taken an axe to his vehicle causing damage. The brother was located and placed under citizen's arrest by the reporting party.

Officer Lambert located a stolen vehicle in the City of Newark just outside the Fremont City limits. Officers Lambert and Bocage arrested the suspect as he attempted to enter the vehicle. A search of the vehicle revealed a Father's Day card from the suspect's son. The suspect was also arrested for possession of stolen property, burglary tools, and drug paraphernalia.

Officer Sanders investigated a commercial burglary at a business located on the 37000 block of Fremont Boulevard. Unknown suspect(s) smashed the rear glass door, entered the business and removed electronic equipment from a display case and storage room.

The owner of a house under construction (remodel) on Thornton Avenue returned to the property and found a transient inside "squatting." The owner called the police and attempted to detain the suspect who fought with the owner. The suspect was later arrested by Officer Spears for trespass and battery.

Officers responded to the Centerville train depot on a suspicious person call. Officers Lobue, Kwok and Blass contacted two subjects in the parking lot standing next to a vehicle. One suspect, on searchable probation, was linked to the parked vehicle. A search of the vehicle revealed a Glock 22, 40-caliber pistol in the trunk. The pistol was confirmed as stolen from a residence in Modesto. Both suspects were arrested for possession of stolen property.

July 18
Community Service Officer Aguirre investigated a grand theft that occurred at Niles Smog, 37810 Niles Boulevard. An unknown suspect(s) cut a padlock off the gate securing a city construction project and cut a fence leading into the Niles Smog property. Approximately $6,000 in auto parts was stolen.

At about 7:30 p.m., Officer Lambert discovered a stolen vehicle in the parking lot of Best Western. After a perimeter was established, he located the suspected driver of the stolen vehicle and arrested him for vehicle theft and possession of a dangerous weapon.

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