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July 26, 2011 > Union City Log

Union City Log

July 15
Officers responded to a report of an in progress residential burglary on the 900 block of "E" Street. "911" dispatchers advised responding officers that the suspects had fled the residence. Officers conducted a protective sweep of the residence and a neighborhood search for any additional suspects, but did not locate any. The victim reported that he and his wife were taking a nap when they heard a noise coming from within the residence. His wife walked out of their bedroom and saw an intruder in her son's bedroom and yelled at him to get out.

This suspect jumped out of an already broken window and ran away. Hearing the commotion, the victim got up and found a second suspect inside the residence. The victim grabbed the suspect by his shirt, but was unable to maintain a hold on him. The second suspect ran out of the front door and jumped over a fence to escape. Evidence was recovered at the scene.

July 16
A single vehicle collision into a light pole on Alvarado Niles Road near Central Avenue left the driver lying next to the smashed vehicle. Officers determined the vehicle was stolen and the suspect was on probation. The driver was arrested for auto theft and transported to a local hospital for treatment for serious injuries he sustained during the crash.

July 18
Officers were sent to investigate a battery between a male and female in the area of Mission Boulevard and "D" Street. Upon arrival, officers found a female sitting on a nearby curb, suffering from facial injuries. It was learned that the female had been the victim of domestic violence by her ex-boyfriend at the suspect's residence in Fremont. The suspect took the victim's vehicle keys without her permission and attempted to leave. The victim was injured while attempting to get into the moving vehicle. The suspect drove to the Shell gas station located on Mission Boulevard and Whipple Road. There, the suspect struck the victim about her head and face and left the area on foot then returned and took the victim's car again. This time the victim did not attempt to retrieve her vehicle. The victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment. The suspect was apprehended by Fremont Police in the stolen vehicle and arrested for domestic battery and auto theft.

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