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January 10, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD

January 6
The subject who was arrested for theft from CVS on 01/02/12 and then drank Tilex and Ajax to avoid going to jail was ready to be released from John George. Officer Haugh responded to transport and learned that the subject drank an entire bottle of shampoo when he heard FPD was coming to pick him up. John George sent him to the hospital and will contact FPD when he is ready to be picked up... again.

A 27 year-old male came to our animal shelter with his family to find a puppy. After finding the right one, he attempted to steal it by placing it into a bag. Unfortunately for him, Sergeant Russell and another employee were watching. The male had a MasterLock tied to a bandana in his pocket. He admitted this was a weapon. He was detained after making threats to hurt himself.


January 7
CSO Aguirre responded to 5168 Mowry Avenue on report of a commercial burglary. The unknown suspect(s) entered the business, which is under construction, and removed tools and copper pipes.

Officers responded to First Commercial Bank, 46691 Mission Boulevard on a report of a robbery that just occurred. The suspect, described as a black male, 20's, skinny, wearing a grey sweatshirt and blue jeans, entered the bank and demanded cash from the teller. The suspect was last seen northbound on Warm Springs Boulevard.

Residential burglary occurred in the 43500 block of Southerland Way. Entry was gained via a ground floor window. Loss is jewelry and small electronics. Investigated by Officer M. Smith.

Officer Macciola investigated a residential burglary at the Stevenson Place Apartments. The victim was away for two weeks. Stolen were laptops, a TV and personal documents.


January 8
Officers responded to OO Liquor on a reported robbery that ultimately turned out to be a simple battery. The suspect was located and arrested.

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