September 16, 2011 > Fremont Log
Submitted By Det. Bill Veteran, Fremont PD
A Pizza delivery worker reported being robbed at gunpoint in the area of Lake Garrison Street. The suspect stole money, pizza and the victim's cellular phone. The suspect was described as a black adult male, 19-20 yrs, 6', 170 lbs., dark jeans, baseball cap, shoulder length curly hair.
A citizen called FPD to report a male pointing an assault rifle at another group of males. Officers were initially unable to locate the suspect and/or victim. Approximately 20 minutes later, the victim called FPD to report this incident. The victim reported that her ex-boyfriend brandished what appeared to be a rifle at her and threatened her life. A team of officers conducted a stakeout of the suspect's known residence. Officer Decker eventually made contact with the suspect via cell phone. At the urging of Officer Decker, Underwood agreed to surrender at a friend's house on Mariposa Way. The suspect was taken into custody without incident.
Officer Kennedy drove by Chili's on Fremont Boulevard and he saw a male run from him. He eventually caught the male near Elephant Bar. Follow-up led to the discovery that the suspect had just run from Target after stealing a 22-inch TV. The juvenile was arrested for commercial burglary and resisting a police officer.
Units were dispatched to Los Dos Amigos for a promiscuous shooting. Bar patrons stated the shooting sounded like it occurred east of their location. Officer Macciola's investigation led to the possible victim being identified, who ended up being uncooperative. A search led to 12 casings found in the parking lot east of Los Dos Amigos. No one was injured and no strike marks were found to any businesses.
Officers responded to 3300 Juliet Circle at 6:44 a.m. on a report of a shooting that just occurred. The uncooperative caller stated a male had been shot and was lying in the roadway in front of her home. When officers arrived, they located a 33-year-old male who had been shot numerous times. The victim was able to communicate with officers, but could not provide any suspect information. The victim was transported to Eden where he underwent surgery for non life-threatening injures. As the investigation continued, details began to emerge, including suspect information and possible motive. Detectives were called out and took over the investigation. Although the investigation is on-going, Detectives have developed suspect information and are currently following up with the information. The suspect was located and arrested on 9/11/2011.
A 12-year-old child was sexual assaulted while attending a sleep over at a family friend's house. Officer Spear investigated the incident and obtained a full confession from the suspect, who was arrested and booked at Fremont Jail.
A family arriving home on Winding Lane from a trip was robbed at gunpoint by two suspects. After pulling up in their driveway the wife and children went inside the house and the husband stayed outside to retrieve luggage. The husband was confronted and forced inside the house. Once inside suspect #1 held the family at gunpoint while suspect #2 ransacked the family home. Loss included cash, jewelry and a cellular phone. An investigation is ongoing.
A female walking alone on Cavendish Place was confronted by a male, who tried to rob her at gunpoint. The suspect was described as a black adult male in his late teens or early 20's, wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans. Units set up a perimeter and attempted to track the suspect with K9 Dax. Officers stopped three juveniles in the area but the in-field line-up was not successful.
Officers responded to the Kwik and Convenient Market, 3157 Walnut Avenue on a report of a battery that just occurred. The suspect, a 48-year-old transient, attempted to steal beer from the store. When the clerk attempted to get the beer back, the suspect punched him in the face and attempted to flee. The clerk was able to lock the suspect in the store until the police arrived. The suspect was arrested for robbery and transported to Santa Rita Jail.
Officers were dispatched to check the welfare of a female after her husband called and said she was suicidal. The female had left in her vehicle after dropping her children at school and could not immediately be reached. After extensive searches of the area and checking cell phones, the female eventually called her husband and said she was headed east on highway 580. She also told him that she had taken numerous medications. The female was eventually traced to Turlock where she was stopped and contacted by medical personnel. She was placed on a psychiatric hold and transported to the hospital. Case investigated by Officer Contrada.
After having a few drinks nearby, a 45 yr old male picked up his vehicle from the Trimboli Car Wash and proceeded to perform some "doughnuts" in the street. He lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a pole nearby and was subsequently cited for DUI after being transported to San Jose Regional for injuries. Officer Stone is investigating.
Two hooded, masked, and gloved Hispanic adult male suspects robbed the Warm Springs Round Table at gunpoint. The two escaped on foot fleeing southwest toward Safeway. Possible getaway vehicle was a light colored American sedan with a getaway driver nearby. There were multiple witnesses; the loss was Currency.
Officers were dispatched to the 32700 block of Mono Lake on a report of a family battery. A male had battered his sister after a dispute. When officers arrived, they found the male sitting in the backyard. He decided to walk away from Officers Ceniceros and Francisco and tried to hop a fence. Seeing a taser pointed at him, he surrendered, was arrested for resisting arrest and transported to Santa Rita.
Officer Fowlie received a stolen vehicle report involving a backhoe taken from Nursery Drive and Mission Blvd. Soon after taking the report, Lojack is turned on and the vehicle is tracked to Skylark and Mann in Union City. Witnesses say a truck dropped the backhoe off at that location this morning and drove off. The only description was an Hispanic adult male.
The family of a 15-year-old male called FPD to report that he was chasing his brother around the house with a butcher knife. At one point it was reported that he had four knives, and was threatening to kill relatives, all because someone called him an insulting name. Officers responded to the 5300 block of Burnside Court and contacted the male outside. He was placed on a psychiatric hold. Officer Snyder handled the case.
It was reported that 15-20 males were fighting in the street on Lincoln Avenue. Officers learned that two teenagers walking down the street challenged some adult males who were minding their own business on their porch. The adults didn't back down and a minor scuffle ensued. Ultimately, one of the juvenile's fathers went to jail for an outstanding DUI warrant. Officer Tarango made the arrest.