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January 20, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD

January 17:
Officers responded to 4700 block of Wheeler Drive on a report of a hit and run vehicle collision that just occurred. The homeowner of the Wheeler address reported the driver lost of control of the vehicle and collided into the side of his house. The driver, a white male adult, fled from the vehicle and was last seen running toward Sundale Avenue. As a result of the collision, the home's gas meter was sheered off and gas was actively leaking. Officers evacuated approximately six neighboring homes and a church while PG&E responded for the repair. Further investigation revealed the vehicle was stolen from Main Street on January 12th. Officers have developed several leads and are actively investigating the incident.

Officers responded to Creekside Village regarding a report of ongoing drug sales. The suspect was driving a Dodge Charger and circling the property. Officers B. Johnson and Lawrence contacted and arrested a male for possession and transportation of marijuana.

A residential burglary occurred on Wilmington Road. Point of entry was via an unlocked window. Loss included electronics, jewelry and cash.

A potentially rabid raccoon was found in Gomes Park and dispatched by officers per policy.

A residential burglary was reported at Camden Village Apartments. Point of entry was the kitchen window. Loss included electronics and jewelry.

Officer Edwards responded to a vehicle collision on Terra Cotta Circle. A vehicle had plowed through the garage door of a residence and ended up underneath the resident's vehicle parked inside the garage. Both cars struck the house itself causing major damage to the vehicles and the residence. The driver, a 19 year-old male, was arrested for DUI.


January 18:
Officer Newton and Field Training Officer (FTO) J. Lawrence arrested a 26-year-old male for possession of a controlled substance, being under the influence of a controlled substance, and a probation violation.

Officer Allsup and FTO Bocage arrested a 49-year-old female for trespassing and transported her to SRJ.

Officers responded to the Pennsylvania Apartments on a report of a 7 year-old boy who was out of control because he did not want to go to school. The juvenile threw a cement block at the mother's vehicle and armed himself with a metal pole. When the officers arrived, they contacted the juvenile and placed him on a psychiatric hold.

Officers responded to Maloney Elementary School on a report of an 11 year-old boy who was out of control (turns out to be the brother of the 7 year-old from above) The juvenile was fighting with his mother and the school staff. The juvenile was placed on a psychiatric hold.

A residential burglary was reported at the Fremont Bell Apartments. Entry was through the living room window. Loss included electronics and jewelry.

Officer Fuellenbach and FTO Luevano responded to Wells Fargo Bank (5 Corners) and arrested a male for burglary and passing a fictitious check.

Officer Lambert developed information on a stolen vehicle in the area of Grimmer and Seneca Park. The vehicle was located by responding officers and a vehicle pursuit ensued, supervised by Sergeant Crandall. The driver, a well known parolee, crashed the vehicle and fled on foot. Patrol and SCU saturated the area and arrested him without incident. Two passengers were arrested as well.


January 19:
Officers responded to PK market on an Assault with a Deadly Weapon call. The reporting party said that her niece was intentionally run over by a female driving an older Buick. Officers tracked the suspect vehicle and located the driver who was positively identified and arrested by Officer Spear for ADW (Assault with a deadly weapon.) The victim sustained minor injury and refused medical aid. The investigation revealed that the victim and suspect knew each other and were involved in an ongoing dispute.

A burglary was reported on Anza Street. Two homes under construction were victims of burglary for the second time in a week. Entry was made via the side garage door; loss unknown at this time.

A burglary was reported on Stratford Ave. Entry via side garage door by means of pry tool. Loss included jewelry and electronics.

An apartment was robbed at Stevenson Place Apartments. The door was found ajar with no sign of forced entry. Loss was cash only.

A commercial burglary occurred at 190 Francisco Lane; approximately 240 ft. of copper wire was stolen.

Officer Edwards arrested a male suspect for being under the influence of drugs. At the time of arrest Suspect had his pants halfway undone, which Edwards found curious. A strip search in the jail yielded 27.5 grams (one ounce) of methamphetamine hidden in his pants.

At 4:54 a.m., an unknown caller reported one black male chasing another black male in the area of Blackstone and Darwin. The caller claimed the male doing the chasing had a gun and may have fired a shot. We only received one call on this and nothing was found in the area. The phone number came back to a known parolee. We visited him at his house to check on his welfare and a parole search. He and several other folks were located in his home in Glenmoor. All were cooperative. A female from the house claimed she lost her cell phone the day before. A large amount of Marijuana was found inside the home. Claims of a current medical Marijuana card were being investigated at the time of this writing.

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