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January 24, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Chris Mazzone, Fremont PD

January 20:
A female, who works at a local bank, called to report that a male grabbed her buttocks as she walked past him. The victim recognized the suspect as a past customer. Officer Ceniceros conducted follow up and developed leads on the suspect's identity. Later in the shift, Officer Ceniceros located the suspect, arrested him and obtained a full confession.

Staff at the Seneca Center called to report that a teacher had been assaulted by a student after a disagreement. The 15 year old student filled a glove with sand and struck the teacher in the face. The teacher refused medical attention. Incident investigated by Officer Tran.

Officer Hollifield spotted a vehicle near Fremont/Nicolett. He ran the plate and it came back stolen. Radio confirmed the vehicle as stolen. Officer Hollifield waited for another unit but the suspect driver began to flee, running the light at Fremont/Decoto. Officer Hollifield pursued and Sergeant Tassano and Reserve Officer Anderson attempted to catch up. The pursuit continued on N/B 880 and when speeds reached 115mph in the wet weather, the pursuit was terminated. The suspect is outstanding.

At the 4300 block of Jessica Circle, a boyfriend was involved in a fight with his live-in girlfriend. He left the house and she followed in her car, driving up onto the sidewalk to run him over. He escaped with minor visible injuries. Officer Gaziano did a good job of finding the suspect, making the stop in Union City. Investigated by Officer Francisco. Suspect goes to jail.

HSBC Bank on Mission Boulevard was robbed by three suspects who made threats to employees, then fled on foot with cash. An area check did not locate the suspects. Detective Gaches arrived and took the report.

B of A Beacon Branch - Employees called regarding an in-progress forgery. Officers arrived on the scene quickly and stopped a 34 year-old male as he walked out of the branch. He was arrested and booked. Investigated by Officer Tran.

January 21
A male entered the Jack in the Box (Stevenson Boulevard), brandished a handgun at the cashier, vaulted the counter and stole the cash register money tray. The suspect fled toward Farwell Drive on foot. A citizen observed the suspect fleeing the scene and attempted to follow him. Several FPD officers arrived and quickly established a perimeter. Citizens reported seeing the suspect inside of the perimeter while officers were on scene. Sergeant Snelson and Sergeant Lopes coordinated a search with Milpitas PD's K-9 Unit. The search lasted for approximately 1 1/2 hours but the officers were unable to locate the suspect. Suspect described as a black male adult, 18-25 yrs, 5'10", skinny build, wearing a black baseball hat, black jacket (with hood), black gloves and dark blue baggy jeans.

Officer Greenberg spotted a suspicious vehicle at Blacow/Hansen. The vehicle attempts to flee but crashed into a curb. The driver ran from the vehicle and jumped several backyard fences before he was caught and arrested by officers.

January 22
Officers responded to a report of gunshots in the area of Justin Terrace. At that time, officers were unable to find any evidence of shots being fired. A resident on Justin Terrace called to report that he found a bullet in his yard. Witnesses remembered hearing approximately 2-6 shots. There was no evidence of anyone being shot. Officer Hunt conducted the investigation.

A family argument at Jack's Restaurant turned into a trip to jail for some of the family members. Two subjects were arrested for vandalism and resisting an officer.

Several windows at the child care classroom at Millard Elementary were broken, possibly shot out with a BB gun. Officer Singleton investigated.

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