September 20, 2011 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Detective Bill Veteran, Fremont PD
Officers were dispatched to investigate a stolen vehicle taken from San Jose that morning. The suspect was a family member who did not have permission to take the vehicle. Another family member drove to Fremont and found the vehicle parked in front of a home. The parolee suspect gave the keys back to the other family member and walked away on foot. Officers searched the area, but did not locate him. This case will be prosecuted in Santa Clara County.
A residential burglary occurred at 3800 Springfield Common. Entry was made via an open front window.
Officers were dispatched to an in-progress residential burglary at 45000 Vineyard Avenue. The victim was home alone when the suspect knocked on the front door. When the victim did not answer the door, the suspect went to the side of the house and began prying a garage door open. The victim pushed back on the door while the suspect, described as a white male adult, early to mid 20's, light brown hair, wearing dark pants and a dark shirt, was prying it which scared him off.
A caller reported a suspicious male inside a vehicle near Washington High with a gun on his lap. Officers located the vehicle and two pellet guns were located inside. Officer Ceniceros arrested the driver for driving on a suspended license and being under the influence of a controlled substance.
A teenage female victim was "jumped" and robbed in front of her apartment complex by three other females. The loss was a phone.
Officer Manrique investigated a residential burglary at the Sundale South apartments. The unknown suspect(s) entered the residence through a kitchen window. The loss was jewelry and a lap top computer.
Residential burglary on Lonsdale Court. Point of entry was a back window. Loss was cash.
Officers responded to a residence on Shattuck Avenue because of a pending fight. A large house party was located with multiple battered victims and uncooperative occupants. Officer Blass arrested a subject for resisting arrest. Officer Decker arrested another subject for resisting arrest and several arrest warrants.
Washington Hospital called to report a stabbing. A female patient was treated for superficial abdominal lacerations. The victim reported that she was attacked on Peralta Boulevard on Saturday. The victim's wounds appeared self-inflicted. When contacted by officers she refused to provide a statement. Hospital Staff placed her on a psychiatric hold.
A residential burglary occurred on Vincente Sreet. Point of entry was an unlocked rear door. The loss was electronic equipment and jewelry.
Sergeant McCormick and Officer Gonzalez were first on scene to a structure fire at the Roberts Lane Townhouses. They organized and assisted in evacuating residents in and around the area and also assisted with traffic control.
Officers were dispatched to Northgate Park for a report of a disturbance involving a large group. Officer Kwok contacted a subject and arrested him for possession of a switchblade and being drunk in public. Officer Blass contacted another subject and arrested him for being drunk in public.