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October 14, 2011 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD

October 7
A victim was home sleeping when she was awakened when her bedroom door opened. She looked toward the door and saw the suspect standing in the doorway, who then ran out of the residence. A neighbor saw three juveniles running from the area toward Fremont Boulevard. An area check failed to locate the subjects. The suspects were described as a black male juvenile, a white male juvenile and the third a male of unknown race. Entry was made through a first floor window.

Detective Zemlock continued surveillance on a suspect wanted for ramming into Detective T. MacDonald's vehicle. Det. Zemlock tracked the suspect to a home on Dairy Avenue in Newark. Detectives Martinez and Snelson arrived to assist along with NPD units and two FPD units. The suspect was observed getting into a vehicle which left the residence and NPD marked units initiated a car stop; the suspect was taken into custody without incident.

Brier Elementary snack shack was burglarized.

A residential burglary was interrupted. Grandpa dropped off his 9 year-old and 6 year-old grandkids at their house on Capa Drive after school. When the 6 year-old opened the door, he surprised a burglar inside the house. The suspect ran out and was not located.

Residential burglary attempted at 34700 Siward Drive. The victim came home late on October 6 to find the front door open and some windows pried. No loss.

Residential Burglary was committed at the 4900 block of Roselle Common. Loss was four firearms.

A residential burglary was committed at 36900 block of Reynolds Drive. Loss was a '97 Nissan Sentra which was located parked in a driveway in Union City. The vehicle was recovered.

Attempted residential burglary at the 5440 block of Sunstar Common. The alarm activated and owner was notified by the alarm company. Owner returned home an hour and a half later and found window was pulled out of frame. No loss.

Residential Burglary at 4000 Lorenzo Terrace via window entry - Loss to be determined.

October 8
CHP tried to make a stop on a vehicle in the area of Lakeview and West Warren. The female driver failed to yield and began to accelerate away but lost control and rolled her vehicle. The driver was taken to the hospital and CHP's major accident team was called out. They believe the driver was likely under the influence. FPD units provided traffic control for CHP.

October 11
The victim called to report that he posted a car for sale on Craigslist. One potential buyer made an appointment, but was beaten to the punch by an earlier buyer. When she found out she was too late to buy the car, she displayed a gun to the seller and the actual buyer. The victims were able to provide a license plate. The registered owner of the vehicle has two guns registered to her. Officer Shadle is conducting follow up.

During the above call, another brandishing call came in. In this case, the victim said that another male in the complex pointed a machine gun at his house. What he didn't tell dispatchers is that this occurred hours earlier, and the victim knew it was an airsoft rifle.

The victim, an employee at a Fremont funeral home, was robbed as she locked-up for the night. A male suspect shoved her against the wall and demanded money. Officer Stone is investigating.

Officers Harvey and Hollifield were dispatched to Sora Terrace and initiated CPR until FFD arrived and took over. A 76 year old male was transported. FFD thanked Hollifield and Harvey for their quick response and credited them with saving the man's life. Great job Bryan and Josh.

A residential burglary occurred at the 35800 Block of Cabral. Loss was laptop and camera equipment.

CSO Anders investigated a commercial burglary that occurred at the Smoke Shop (40796 Fremont Boulevard). The unknown suspect(s) entered the business via the roof. Once inside, the suspect(s) stole cash from the register and cigarettes.

Officers responded to a bank robbery that occurred at US Bank. The suspect, described as a 45-year-old male, black beard, short dark hair, wearing a white shirt and black pants, entered the bank and handed the teller a demand note. The suspect was last seen running toward Raley's. Investigated by Officer Bocage.

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