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July 29, 2011 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Detective William Veteran, Fremont PD

July 22
A residential burglary occurred at the 37400 block of Summer Holly. Entry was gained via an unlocked rear window. Loss reported included laptops, TV and watches. There are no known suspects. The victim left the home for just a few hours.

July 23
Officers responded to Check N Go, 39481 Fremont Blvd., on a report of an armed-robbery that just occurred. The victim clerk reported a black male adult, average build, wearing a tan hoodie, followed her into the business as she unlocked the front door. Once inside the business, the suspect threatened the clerk with a silver handgun and demanded cash from the safe. After waiting ten minutes for the clerk to open the safe, the suspect removed cash and fled on foot. A short time later, Hayward PD advised they located an abandoned vehicle in their city with paperwork from Check N Go and a hand gun.

Officer Richards responded to Bank of America, 39300 Fremont Blvd., after bank employees reported a male was trying to cash a stolen check. The subject was contacted in the bank and stated he received the check from a male for payment on a motorcycle he was selling and wanted to make sure the check cleared before he gave away the motorcycle. Officer Richards was able to confirm the subject's statement and developed a plan to have the suspect meet the victim at his home to pick up the motorcycle. The suspect was subsequently arrested on a variety of charges.

A residence on Parkmeadow Drive was tented for termite extermination. An unknown suspect cut the tent and burglarized the house.

June 24
A resident on Parkside Drive called to report a burglary in progress, stating a black male adult was attempting to get inside her house. Officers arrived quickly and heard the suspect fleeing over fences toward Mowry Avenue. The suspect was described as black male, 20 years, 60'2", 170 lbs, wearing an orange long sleeve shirt.

Officers responded to Encyclopedia Circle on a report of a suspicious circumstance. The reporting party stated there was a group of individuals stealing aluminum from the rear of the business. Prior to making contact with the group, a perimeter was established. Once the perimeter was established, contact was made, and two out of the four male subjects complied with officer's orders. The remaining two subjects fled, and a request for a K9 unit was made. K9 Eddy from Milpitas PD arrived and located one of the subjects hiding in the yard.

July 26
Officers responded to the area of 2400 block of Parkside Drive after a homeowner reported an unknown adult male was in his backyard. When the homeowner confronted the male, he stated he was looking for a basketball and jumped the fence. Officer Luevano located the subject (a 17-year-old juvenile) running near the corner of Mowry/Parkside and was able to detain him. During a search of the juvenile, loss from a residential burglary that occurred on July 24 was located in his pockets. The juvenile, who is from San Lorenzo, was arrested for possession of stolen property and loitering on private property. During the initial investigation, there was some indication a second suspect was involved and a yard-to-yard search was conducted (East Bay Regional provided air support); however, it was later determined it was just the one suspect.

A residential burglary was reported on Thornton Avenue. It appears the suspect broke a small window and reached inside unlocking the front door to gain entry. Unknown loss.

A residential burglary was reported on Shylock Drive. The suspect gained entry via the sliding glass door and ransacked the entire house. Loss included two laptop computers, 16 bottles of red wine and jewelry.

Dispatch received a frantic call stating his co-worker "showed" him a gun and said he wanted to kill him. Dispatch broadcast that the suspect was leaving the scene on a motorcycle and Officer Romley stopped and detained him. The subject was positively identified and found in possession of a replica Colt .45 AirSoft pistol.

Officer Gonzalez responded to the Marriott Hotel on Landing Parkway; four female students advised they were sexually harassed in the pool. A 55-year-old male was arrested for sexual battery and annoying/molesting children. It was later learned that the male was a Texas sex registrant.

Officer Blass investigated a suspicious circumstance at the Country Club Apartments. The reporting party called because of screaming in a neighboring apartment. Officer responded and found the apartment door kicked open and the apartment vacant. All attempts to track down the occupant were negative. The scene was processed and the apartment was secured.

July 27
Officer Aguirre investigated a commercial burglary at the Cancer Discovery Shop (40733 Chapel Way). The unknown suspect(s) smashed the front glass door and entered the business. Loss was jewelry.

Officers responded to the area of G St and Iron Horse Lane on a report of an auto theft that just occurred. The vehicle, a Ford Cargo Van, was last seen toward Mission Blvd, driven by a Hispanic male suspect. Officer Luevano located the vehicle traveling northbound on Mission at 7th Street (in Union City). A felony car stop was initiated and a male suspect was arrested without incident. The suspect admitted to stealing the vehicle because he needed to get back to Hayward and did not have a ride. He was arrested for vehicle theft and transported to Fremont Jail. The vehicle and other stolen property were returned to the victim.

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