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November 18, 2011 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Det. William Veteran

November 15
Sergeant Codey cited a 23-year-old male for reckless driving in the area of Blacow/Coco Palm.

A residential burglary occurred on James Ave. Point of entry was a locked bath window (pry). Two bedrooms were ransacked and the loss included coins, jewelry and electronics.

A residential burglary occurred on Malcolmson St. Unknown point of entry and loss.

Officers responded to Auto Mall Pkwy and Fremont Bl for a collision involving an ambulance and a vehicle. The driver of the ambulance cleared the intersection before proceeding into it on the way to an emergency. The ambulance was struck and an occupant of the ambulance was transported to the hospital with minor injuries. Ofc. Dodson investigated the collision.

November 16
CSO Aguirre investigated a commercial burglary at a PG&E substation located at 6330 Weber Road. The loss was copper wire.

A resident on Stevenson Blvd. returned home from vacation and discovered their apartment burglarized. Point of entry is undetermined - no forced entry. Loss included a 55" flat screen TV and laptop.

Officer Edwards was dispatched to a disturbance at the Boulevard Apartments. He contacted a 17 year-old male and arrested him for possession of a dangerous weapon.

November 17
Officers were dispatched to a report of a theft at 36000 Alder Court. The victim reported that a male had come to their home and possibly stolen their outgoing mail. This suspect was located by Officer Francisco at Morraine Street and Turner Drive and a witness reported that the suspect dumped items into the storm drain just prior to being stopped by Francisco. Located in this drain is crank, a hypodermic needle and mail. Also located in the suspect's back pocket is the mail from the victim's home on Alder. A 21 year-old male was arrested.

A female reported that her 22 year-old ex-boyfriend came to her home on Bluefin Way in violation of a restraining order. While there, the boyfriend told the victim that he had a gun. The victim locked herself in the house and the male fled over the backyard fence just prior to officer's arrival. A perimeter is set, but the transient male is not located.

A residential burglary victim at 3300 Churchill Court interrupted a suspect trying to enter her home's bathroom window. She chased the suspect towards the Brookvale Lucky's store where she lost sight of him. He is described as a Black male, 6'0, with a thin build.

Officer Macciola arrested a 47 year-old male for robbery after he threw coffee on a Home Depot loss prevention officer when he attempted to arrest him for theft.

Sgt. Tassano made a traffic stop at the Central Avenue 7-11. The driver went to jail for possession of 41 grams of Marijuana. Most of the Marijuana was hidden in the fuel intake compartment. The passenger went to jail for a felony no bail burglary warrant. Both were on probation for burglary and had S-7 search clauses.

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