December 16, 2011 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD
Following an argument with her mother over the use of a cell phone, a 14 year old girl threatened to jump off of a second story balcony on Gallaudet Drive. The girl climbed up and over the railing and was hanging on the outside of the rails when officers arrived. Officers were able to talk the girl down without incident.
Officers were dispatched to an auto burglary that had just occurred at Costco. A male was seen in the parking lot looking into vehicles. Three suspects fled the scene, with a witness able to obtain the license plate of their vehicle. The investigation is ongoing.
Officers Miller and Tarango respond to the Sharks Ice complex parking lot in regard to a male lying on the floor of his motor home. Further investigation revealed that the subject had passed away. The subject had a history of heart problems, diabetes and methamphetamine use.
At 4:08 a.m., Milpitas PD called for an outside assist at Washington Hospital. Milpitas PD had information that a child molest suspect from their city was being seen in the E.R. Units responded to WTH and contacted the subject and arrested him for a $200,000 warrant for child molestation out of Milpitas PD. Milpitas PD responded and took custody of the suspect.
A victim arrived home on Eugene Street to find the front door open. She thought she saw a shadow of a person inside the house and called police. Officer Baca and his K-9 arrived within two minutes and went to the rear of the home, which backs up to the parking lot of the liquor store at Grimmer/Davis. As he pulled in, he spotted two males trying to take off in a vehicle. The car suddenly stopped, and the passenger jumped out and ran. Officer Baca warned him several times to stop before releasing K-9 Harkos. The suspect sustained bite injuries on his forearm; the driver was stopped in the fleeing vehicle near his home on Monroe. He admitted to possessing stolen jewelry from a Newark burglary he helped commit on the same day. When he saw police, he panicked and ran.
Passerby called FPD stating there are two males in a fight on the on ramp Mission/680 North. Officers arrived and one of the males ran into the bushes to avoid the police. A K-9 was called in and the male decided it was better to be arrested than deal with the K-9. Two subject were arrested for fighting in public and being drunk in public.
Officer Greenberg investigated a residential burglary at 5900 Pompei. Entry via pried rear sliding door.
Officers were dispatched to an interrupted residential burglary on Barnard Drive. The resident was sleeping when he woke up and found the suspect, a black male 18-30 years, wearing a black jacket, red cap and jeans inside his home. The male fled out the back door towards Union City. He was spotted by a Union City public works employee exiting Arroyo Park onto Perry Rd several minutes later. A K-9 attempted to track the suspect but was unsuccessful.
A victim arrived home at his Waterford apartment after work and saw a burglar climbing out of his bedroom window. Officers were in the area, but the victim was unable to provide a description. The suspect is outstanding, as is the victim's jewelry.
A maintenance worker with Fremont Unified School District found copper wire rolled up on the rooftop of Blacow Elementary School. It looks as if copper thief suspects gathered and stashed it pending their return for it. Investigated by CSO Ernst.
Dispatch received a call of a fight in-progress at Der Weinerschnitzel. The reporting party said several juveniles were fighting, and one possibly had a bat. Officer Perry arrived first and saw a large teenage male attempting to attack another male. Officer Perry wrestled the male to the ground. The male turned and attacked Officer Perry who had to use his taser to defend himself.
Armed robbery at 7-11 Farwell. Two black males robbed the clerk of cash and cigarettes. One male had a long-gun. Both suspects are still outstanding. Officer Stone investigated.
Numerous complaints received by FPD regarding a house on the 42000 block of Roberts Avenue and alleged drug activity. Officer Gilfoy led a team that conducted a security check at this location. Multiple people were contacted and ultimately a 31 year-old female went to jail for being under the influence.
A call was received complaining about a car parked across from their house on Perkins Street with possible occupants inside smoking drugs. Officers Hollifield and Snyder arrived and a 20 year-old male went to jail for an outstanding warrant for marijuana.
Officers responded to Lake Elizabeth on a report of an in-progress auto burglary after the victim found a male in her vehicle. The suspect, a 38-year-old black male, fled in a black SUV-type vehicle after taking the victim's purse. The suspect vehicle had a partial license plate of 6SZX.
A 47 year-old male attempted to cash a forged check at the Bank of America on Beacon. An alert clerk notified the police, but the suspect fled prior to police arrival; he is transient out of Antioch. Investigated by Officer Stillitano.
Residential burglary in the 34000 block of Eastpark Terrace. Entry via an unlocked sliding window. Loss is cash and jewelry. Investigated by Officer R. Smith