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January 17, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD

January 13:
Officer Fuellenbach and Field Training Officer Nevin investigated an interrupted burglary on Logan Drive. The two suspects kicked open the front door after the resident didn't answer the door. The suspects fled in a dark green Nissan Ultima or similar with a yellow paper plate on the rear. Suspects were 2 black male adults in their 20's with no clothing description. The suspects may have been associated with an attempted burglary at 4600 block of Wheeler that occurred an hour prior.

Citizens called regarding a subject at Starbucks in Brookvale approaching women and rubbing his crotch as he brushed against them. He was also reportedly kissing young girls on the top of the head. Officer Holscher and FTO Franchi located and arrested a 47 year-old male.

A very intoxicated driver decided to initiate his right turn from s/b Fremont Boulevard to Peralta Boulevard about a half block too early and drove onto the westbound UPRR tracks. The vehicle became stuck after traveling approx 150'. All train traffic was halted in both directions for nearly 90 minutes. Investigated by Officer Foster.

Officer Manrique arrested a person on Borgia Road for possession of burglary tools.

Residential Burglary on Pennsylvania - Point of Entry was a window - Investigated by Officer J. Harvey.

A male, 20-30 yrs, approached a 13 year-old female victim at the Oak Pointe Apartments and asked her to go for a walk with him. He then exposed himself to her. Officer Manrique investigated. He notified Detective Magana and the investigation is ongoing.

Officer Tarango responded to Bed Bath & Beyond to take a report of a female and a male who pulled a return scam earlier in the day. The incident was captured on video. Both suspects have been positively identified. Case pending follow-up.


January 14:
Officer Stone arrested a subject for theft from Fry's Electronics.

Officer Contrada arrested a subject for robbery from Raley's Supermarket. The suspect had fought with security when he was being detained for shoplifting.

Officer's set-up on an encampment along the RR tracks on Peralta looking for a subject with an outstanding felony warrant for theft violations. During the search, the suspect was not located. Later in the evening, Officer Miller responded to Kohl's in regard to a possible theft case. The suspect decided to shoplift items at the store and fought with security as he was being detained. He left behind his bicycle and wallet. The suspect was last seen escaping in a 1960's tan pick-up truck. Sgt. Gott located the truck an hour or so later on Peralta near his encampment. A perimeter was set-up and the suspect taken into custody for his warrants and the theft from Kohl's.

A robbery was reported at the 7-11 on Farwell/Stevenson. Two black male adults, 5'8-5'10, black hoodie, black jeans, red bandanna over face with revolver type guns; loss is cash and lottery tickets.


January 15:
Officer Lambert located a stolen vehicle in front of a house on the 40100 block of Michelle Street. While investigating the stolen vehicle, a female attempted to flee from the home through the backyard. The female, a 28 year-old probationer, was detained near the home. While talking to female, Officer Lambert learned the female's boyfriend, a 28 year-old parolee, was inside the home. Responding officers surrounded the home and the parolee surrendered without incident. The male was arrested for a parole and transported to our jail.

Officer Lambert conducted follow-up on his stolen vehicle investigation and recovered two additional stolen vehicles.

A residential burglary occurred on Christine Court. Entry was via the rear sliding glass door; the loss reported at this time was the victim's passport and I.D.

A strong arm robbery occurred at Oliveira Elementary School. The juvenile victim (age 17) was confronted by two Hispanic male adults, who took his iPod Touch.

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