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January 3, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD

December 30:
CSO Anders investigated a commercial burglary that occurred at Universal Tires (40648 Fremont Blvd). Surveillance video showed a male suspect, driving an early 70's pick-up truck, jump the fence to the business, and remove 16 tires.

Detectives and the Street Crimes Unit obtained information that wanted felon (Erica Rojo) was in an apartment in the City of Hayward. This information was confirmed and attempts to have Rojo exit were initially unsuccessful. Several "on duty" SWAT officers and a patrol unit responded to support the investigators. Hayward SWAT eventually responded and Rojo surrendered without incident after a window was breached by Hayward SWAT. Rojo was arrested and transported back to FPD for questioning.

Officer Edwards made a traffic stop on a subject. After a search of the vehicle, stolen property from a residential burglary was recovered. The subject provided a full confession and was arrested for the burglary, DUI, and a probation violation. A passenger in the car was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

December 31:
CSO Aguirre responded to a commercial burglary at a PG&E substation (42105 Boyce Road) after an unknown suspect(s) entered the yard and used a bobcat-type of vehicle to remove an eight foot spool of insulated copper wire

Officers responded to the East West Bank (6036 Stevenson Boulevard) on a report of a robbery that just occurred. The suspect, a black male adult, 6'02", wearing a grey shirt and jeans, entered the bank, jumped the counter, and demanded cash from the teller. The suspect was last seen running toward Stevenson

January 1:
Officers were dispatched to a residence on Gage Court because a neighbor reported people inside a vacant home. As officers responded, the two trespassers fled via the backyard onto the railroad tracks. This is the second incident at this residence. Officer N. Johnson contacted the owner and requested she use a board-up company to secure the door to the garage.

Officer Chahouati investigated a residential burglary on Emerson Street. The resident returned after four days to find the home burglarized.

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