Tri-City Voice Newspaper - What's Happening - Fremont, Hayward, Milpitas, Newark, Sunol and Union City, California


September 23, 2011 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD

September 20
A residential burglary was interrupted on Durillo. Two Black Male Adults in a Black Nissan Pathfinder. Richards recalled a similar description from an attempted burglary last week. Officer Sasser located the vehicle at Mission & Driscoll and two suspects were arrested.

Commercial burglary and arson at pool club house at 47000 Fernald. CSO Goralczyk handled the case.

Residential burglary on Merrill Avenue. The point of entry was the front door (kick). The loss included two pairs of 3-D glasses.

Residential burglary attempt on Adriano Street. The master bedroom window screen was removed and shoe prints were located outside.

Residential burglary on Bedelio Terrace. Point of entry was the front door. Loss included electronics.

Residential burglary on Maxfield Drive. Point of entry is unknown. The residence was ransacked - loss undetermined.

Officer Edwards conducted a pedestrian stop on a subject near Curtis Street and Omar. The subject tossed a bag when he noticed him. Officer Edwards located the bag and found narcotics. He assembled a team and conducted a probation search of 5400 Borgia Road and found further evidence of drugs use and sales. The subject was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, possession for sales and possession of burglary tools. A female was contacted in the house and arrested for being under the influence and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Residential burglary on Mayfield Drive. The residents were gone all day and returned to find the house ransacked.

Residential burglary on Torrano Common. Residents returned from out of town and found house burglarized.

September 21
Ofcr Haugh stopped two juveniles after they chose to throw a few gang signs. One was picked up by an aunt and returned to Robertson. The second is on probation. When the Probation Officer wants him detained for a violation of parole, he fled on foot. The juvenile tried to jump into vehicles along Grimmer, near Bay but was caught by SRO Morales and responding units behind 4200 Bay. He compounded his parole violation by resisting arrest and possession of marijuana for sale.

Officer Lawrence arrested a 26-year-old parolee for trespassing and criminal threats after he threatened the maintenance staff at the Lakeview Apartments.

A woman was robbed of her purse on Hamilton Way by a black adult male with a tire iron. The suspect was associated with a dark green or dark blue older Honda with two other occupants.

September 22
Officers located an occupied stolen Aston Martin being driven down Stevenson Boulevard; a felony stop was uneventful. Further investigation revealed that the original owner of the car, a dentist who still owed $150,000 on the lease was duped into a false sub-lease by a con artist. After obtaining the car, the con artist then turned around and "leased" the car to the two realtors in Fremont.

At 1:40 a.m., FPD received multiple 9-1-1 calls of fights and a man down in the middle of Peralta in front of a bar. Units arrived in the area and located the victim semi-conscious, laying in the street and about 50 patrons standing around outside. As the bar closed, several fights broke out on the street. The victim tried to break up one fight and ended up being a victim after combatants turned on him. The victim suffered a Sunday punch to the back of the head and multiple kicks to the face. Fighters ran in various directions. Several groups were detained and somewhat ID'd by the less than cooperative witnesses. Victim was transported to a local hospital and injuries found to be minor. He did not have any interest in ID'ing anyone or in being a victim.

Home        Protective Services Classifieds   Community Resources   Archived Issues  
About Us   Advertising   Comments   Subscribe   TCV Store   Contact

Tri Cities Voice What's Happening - click to return to home page

Copyright © 2018 Tri-City Voice