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January 6, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Detective William Veteran, Fremont PD

Jan 3
CSO Aguirre investigated a commercial burglary that occurred at the Fremont Tennis Courts (1110 Stevenson Blvd). An unknown suspect(s) cut two padlocks off a storage shed and removed a gas leaf blower. The suspect(s) did not enter the Tennis Courts building.

Two residential burglaries were reported during the shift. The first occurred at 4100 block of Tamayo and the second at 38500 block of Mary Terrace. No suspect description in either case.

Officer Lambert investigated another incident of street lamp post wire tampering in the south end of town (Warm Springs / Park Common). The suspect(s) had removed copper wire from some of the posts, and other posts were primed and ready to be stolen. Detectives were notified.

Officers responded to the CVS store at the Hub on a report of a 35 year-old male detained for petty theft. While the officers were en route, the subject decided to drink tile cleaner because he did not want to go back to jail. He was ultimately cleared by medical personnel and transported to Santa Rita.

Milpitas PD asked for assistance at 9:22 p.m. in response to a robbery that had just occurred in their City. The suspects were described as two Black males wearing ski masks, one of them armed with a small revolver. The suspects were last seen fleeing in a white Pontiac. At 9:34 p.m., the clerk at the AM/PM-Arco gas station in Fremont (5012 Stevenson) called to report that the business had been robbed. The suspects were described as two Black males wearing masks, with one of them armed with a revolver. Officer Newton was the investigating officer.


Jan 4
For the third day in a row, a highly intoxicated male was causing problems at 4400 block of Cahill Street. Yesterday he was arrested for drunk in public and today we responded for a family disturbance. We eventually located him. No doubt we will return soon.

CSO Allen investigated another break-in at the office complex at 2450 Peralta. Over the weekend a black male broke into several offices and stole small portable items. Officer Soper documented the main report.

Officers responded to a report of a suspicious circumstance at the 42700 block of Newport Drive. The reporting party stated that she saw someone in her car then people running on Franklin. Officers flooded the area but were unable to locate any involved parties; possible suspect prints were recovered inside the vehicle.

Male calls PD stating he wanted to hurt people and himself. Told dispatchers he was going to hurt the police and was a Norteno. When officers arrived at the 4100 block of Baine, he was on a cell phone with PD yelling at officers to shoot and kill him. He was detained and transported to a local hospital.


Jan 5
Officers responded to the area of Pawnee Drive after a resident reported a black male in his early 20's was knocking on doors and possibly casing houses. Officer Hadden stopped the 25 year-old male at Warm Springs / Hackamore who appeared to be the male in question. The subject was photographed and interviewed.

Field Training Officer Nevin and recruit Officer Newton responded to a 53 year-old female who had Down Syndrome and passed away during the night. Family practices Christian Scientology and the last time she was seen by a doctor was approximately 20 years ago. The coroner responded and took over the investigation.

A neighbor called 911 after finding his 80 year-old female neighbor deceased inside of her home. Officer Kennedy investigated the case which was determined to be an attended death.

A victim on Campbell Court arrived home and found a bullet hole in her wall. CSI Rodriguez determined that the bullet traveled through several walls. He also located a plastic cartridge holder across the street. Neighbors reported hearing a pop earlier in the afternoon. No leads at this time.

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