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November 11, 2011 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD

November 8:
A residential burglary occurred on Granville Dr. Point of entry was the sliding glass door via a pry tool. Loss included jewelry and electronic equipment.

A residential burglary occurred on Ebro Ct. Unknown point of entry and loss.

A residential burglary on Segovia Place was interrupted when the victim arrived home and saw two suspects run through her backyard. Suspect #1 was described as a white male adult in his late teens/early 20's wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans. Suspect #2 was described as a white female adult in her late teens/early 20's. Point of entry was the rear sliding glass door. Loss included jewelry and electronic equipment.

A residential burglary occurred on Hilo Street between 6:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Point of entry and loss is unknown.

Officer Macciola conducted a vehicle stop and during a search of the vehicle recovered a loaded handgun in the center console. He arrested two 21 year-old males for carrying a concealed and loaded firearm. Both arrestees claimed to be Norteno gang members.


November 9:
CSO Aguirre investigated a residential burglary at 4300 block of Castanos Street. The unknown suspect(s) entered the home, which is currently being remodeled, and took tools and a stove from the garage. The burglary occurred within the past two weeks.

Detective Veteran was outside the City Council Chambers during the City Council meeting November 8, when he happened upon the victim of an assault. The victim had asked the two suspects to quiet down, as they were partying loudly on top of the Murco Plaza parking structure. The suspects confronted the victim, one producing a hatchet from his jacket. The victim pulled out a small pocket knife in self-defense. The suspect dropped the hatchet, and the second suspect began swinging his belt around, striking the victim in the arm. The other suspect regained control of the hatchet, and began swinging it wildly. A Police Volunteer vehicle drove by, scaring the suspects away. The suspects were located nearby; one still had the hatchet. Two males (20 and 17 yrs) were arrested for assault with a deadly weapon.

Sgt. Crandall spotted an unoccupied stolen vehicle out of San Jose parked at Frobisher/San Pedro. He watches it for about an hour and then recovered the car. A neighborhood check yields the suspect, a black female adult who was escorted to jail. Assist goes to Officers Greenberg and Harvey.

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