August 5, 2011 > Fremont Log
Submitted By Detective Bill Veteran, Fremont PD
Officer Hadden stopped a suspicious vehicle near Stevenson Boulevard and Albrae Street. She contacted the driver who is on probation for being a felon in possession of ammunition. A search of the vehicle located a stolen credit card and multiple burglary tools. Follow up on other miscellaneous property inside the vehicle led to the identification of more property stolen the previous day in Cupertino. The driver was arrested for possessing stolen property, possessing burglary tools and a probation violation.
A Ford Mustang traveling northbound on Grimmer at a high rate of speed rear-ended a Ford SUV. The force of the impact spun the SUV over the raised center median which then rolled over onto its roof. The Mustang driver was transported to San Jose Regional and the SUV driver transported to Eden. Neither driver sustained life-threatening injuries.
Two black male adults wearing dark clothing approach a male at Dalton Co at Eggers. The subjects produced a revolver and demanded his cell phone and money. The victim complied and the suspects were last seen running eastbound towards the rear of the Camden Quik Stop. One suspect, described as a black male adult, 20-25 years old, medium build, medium complexion, wearing a black hoodie wearing a black baseball cap - orange bill was carrying a large framed black revolver/silver grip. The other suspect is described as a black male adult, 20-25 yrs, black hoodie, medium build and dark pants.
Units were dispatched to Southlake Mobile Home Park on a domestic violence call in which a female suspect brandished a knife at her husband. A surround and call-out was done on the residence and the female suspect came out. The female suspect refused to follow commands and charged at Officer Settle. Officer Settle deployed the Taser which immediately incapacitated the suspect. The suspect was treated at Washington Township Hospital and booked into FPD jail for felony domestic violence, brandishing a knife and resisting arrest.
An armed robbery occurred in 40000 block of Blacow Rd. The victim's cell phone was taken which was equipped with GPS. A ping on the phone was quickly initiated, which showed the phone in the area of Stevenson and Cedar in Newark shortly after the robbery. Units responded to the area and located the suspects; the phone and gun used in the robbery were recovered.
Officers were dispatched to a residence on Pajaro Drive on a report of a two-year-old not breathing. Units responded, found the house empty and later located the child and parents at Fremont Kaiser. Apparently the mother performed CPR, revived the child and transported him to the hospital. The child was breathing on his own and recovering at the hospital.
At 9:50 p.m., a drive-by shooting occurred in front of 4555 Peralta Boulevard. A group of males walking home were confronted by 3-4 males driving by in a vehicle. Words were exchanged and shots were fired from the car towards the pedestrians. One victim, a Hispanic Male Adult, age 32, was fatally wounded. FPD officers arrived and attempted CPR, followed by FFD life saving efforts, all to no avail. The victim succumbed to his wounds at 10:02 p.m. An investigation is currently on-going.
Officer Lawrence responded to a suspicious circumstance at 32000 Lake Bridgeport. The homeowners stated around 3 a.m., they heard somebody attempt to open their front door. Upon investigating the noise, they found a female on their front porch. The homeowners assumed the female had the wrong house and asked her to leave. A few hours later they noticed their front door lock had been damaged and felt the subject was attempting to burglarize their home.
Officers responded to a call for help in the area of Bell Street and located a victim of domestic violence. The victim had a visible head injury sustained from a fight with her husband. The husband was arrested for felony domestic violence by Officer Spear.
A shoplifting incident quickly turned into a robbery when the suspect fought with a store security guard at Rite Aid on Mowry Avenue. The suspect, described as a tall black male adult with shoulder length curly dreads and a black hat, fought the security guard off and fled the store with items.
A residence on Gissing Place was burglarized sometime during daytime hours. The point of entry and loss was unknown.
A second burglary occurred on Hunter Lane. The point of entry was the front door and the loss was undetermined.
At 10:25 p.m., Hayward PD called because a victim arrived at Kaiser Hayward with a gunshot wound. The victim was transported to Eden Hospital for surgery. Officers Blass and Wilson responded to investigate. The shooting likely occurred at 9 p.m. at Nordvik Park at Paseo Padre Parkway and Commerce Drive. Witnesses were not forthright with information and suspect information is vague. The victim's injuries appeared minor.
Officers responded to a residence on Blackstone Way to investigate two prowlers. Officer Lobue located two possible suspects who fled. A foot pursuit ensued and the suspects were apprehended. Two 12-year old male juveniles were arrested for resisting arrest.
At the Starbucks at Mission/Warm Springs, a victim parked his vehicle on Warm Springs just outside Starbucks and from the window watched a black Lexus stop alongside his vehicle. A black male got out and shattered the driver-side window taking items from the back seat. The victim ran to his car and grabbed the suspect as he was getting back into the Lexus. The victim was then dragged approximately 20 feet by the suspect vehicle until his foot was run over. He refused treatment and suspect vehicle has not been located.
Officer M. Smith responded to Walmart on a theft case in which two suspects were being detained by store security. One suspect fled the store and the other was arrested. The arrested suspect gave up the whereabouts of his crime partner which led officers to a storage unit on Edison Way. Officers found the storage unit locked from the outside but decided to conduct a probation search anyway after getting the lock combination from Lathrop. Once inside they located Suspect #2 hiding in the unit and arrested him.
On July 23rd at 9:20 a.m. the 'Check N Go' check cashing business at 39481 Fremont Blvd was robbed by a lone black male adult suspect. The victim teller (who is 8 months pregnant) was forced into the back of the business. The suspect pointed a handgun at the victim and ordered her to open the registers and safe. After taking an undisclosed amount of money, the suspect ordered the victim to lay on the ground. The suspect then fled in a green colored Chevrolet Camaro.
Through investigation done by the Fremont Police Department Robbery Unit, Donald Jenkins (20 year old male) was identified as the robbery suspect. Jenkins was arrested in Oakland on July 26. Multiple search warrants were served in Oakland and Hayward. The handgun used in the robbery has been recovered. On July 28, Jenkins was charged with felony robbery and being a felon in possession of a firearm. Jenkins' next court date is scheduled for mid August.