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August 19, 2011 > Fremont Police Blotter

Fremont Police Blotter

August 12
Officers were dispatched to an in-progress fight between two females during a child custody exchange in the parking lot of the police department.

At 10:30 p.m., The 76 station at Fremont and Blacow (42245 Fremont Boulevard) was robbed by an armed and masked suspect described as a Hispanic male adult, mid to late 20's, short dark hair, 5'-07", med. build, wearing a red bandana over his nose and mouth, white T-shirt, dark baggy jeans. The suspect vehicle was described as an early 90's black Honda or Acura.


August 13
Officer Morales made a stop of a subject near a vehicle at "00" Liquors. The vehicle was stolen in Fremont. The suspect was arrested.

Officers responded to Bryant Street for an in-progress auto burglary. The suspect, described as a Black male, 16-18 years old wearing baggy clothing, fled by jumping fences. It wass learned that the same person was suspected of committing an auto burglary approximately one month prior. Officer Stone stopped a male about an hour later near Ohlone Village. Officers Haugh and Okulove contacted the current and prior victims who both positively identify the subject; he was arrested for burglary.

Officers responded a report of a robbery in progress at the Chevron Gas station in the 46000 block of Fremont Boulevard. Approximately 10 suspects rushed into the gas station and stole approximately $300 worth of Swisher Sweets cigars and fled on foot and in vehicles.


August 14
A burglary occurred at 800 Corporate Way. The suspects were apparently scared off leaving the loss stacked near an outside door.

A white sedan occupied by two males pulled up next to the victim in the area of Gina/Davis and told the victim they had a gun, ordering him to empty his pockets. No gun was seen. Loss was cash.


August 15
Officer Okulove arrested a subject for attempted burglary after loss prevention at Costco caught him on video attempting to break into a car.

Officer Foote found a vehicle abandoned in the middle of Fremont/Cushing at 12:44 a.m. A very intoxicated 17-year-old male was found nearby but could not be identified as the driver. The drunk teenager threatened Officer Foote, was arrested and transported to Juvenile Hall.

Officers responded to the 4700 block of Hazelwood. At 12:34 a.m., a stepson reported that he overheard his stepfather threaten to shoot his mother and then himself. The son went to rescue mom and stepdad objected. A fight ensued and the stepson fled and called police. All were cooperative when officers arrived. Thirteen firearms were taken from the home for safe keeping. Stepdad was arrested for battery.


August 16
Officer Ferrara responded to the Emergency Room at Washington Hospital on a report of a robbery that occurred sometime during the night. The 16-year-old victim stated he was at Oliveira Elementary School when he was confronted by three unknown suspects, hit on the head, and had his money stolen.

CSO Anders responded to the 2600 block of Parkside Drive on a report of vandalism to the residence. An unknown suspect(s) spray painted gang-graffiti on the garage door and a city light pole.

Two vehicles were burglarized in the parking lot of Costco. Two suspects were seen fleeing the area in a yellow V.W. Jetta with a black convertible top. Suspect #1 was described as black male adult wearing a black T-shirt and a "cross" necklace. Suspect #2 was described as a black male adult wearing a white T-shirt. Units canvassed the area but did not locate the suspects.

A call from a Walmart parking lot reported a male sitting inside a blue Honda holding a pistol. Identifying information of the suspect and vehicle description with a license plate number was provided. Patrol units arrived quickly and spotted the vehicle on Osgood. Officers stopped the vehicle and discovered an AirSoft pistol.

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