March 9, 2012 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD
Officers responded to report of a possible burglary on Arapaho Ave. A young child and Nanny were home when a male entered the residence. The victims locked themselves inside of a room. Officers responded code 3 and contacted the woman and child outside of the house. Sgt. Crandall assembled an entry team and cleared the residence. The house was ransacked and jewelry was stolen. Suspect described as a black adult male, 25-35 yrs, 6'00", bald with a skinny build. Case investigated by Officer Stone.
Officers were dispatched to a report of a person shooting what appeared to be a BB gun in the southern end of the city. The suspect vehicle was described as an Enterprise box truck. Sgt. Delema and other traffic officers spotted the vehicle near Mission Boulevard / Stevenson Boulevard as they were investigating a traffic collision. The vehicle was stopped and Officers located a pellet gun. The driver, an adult male, was arrested for possessing a fraudulent identification card. Case investigated by Officer Fullenbach.
Officer Edwards attempted to stop a pedestrian for a minor violation and the suspect led him on a short foot pursuit. The parolee - adult male - who dumped a backpack along his escape route was quickly caught. Inside the back was a fake handgun. He was booked for drug violations and a parole hold.
A witness heard a vehicle collision and went to investigate. The witness followed one of the involved vehicles as he left the scene. The witness directed officers to the suspect, and Officer Newton and FTO Sasser arrested an adult male for hit and run.
Sgt. Gott found a group of males in Central Park east of the police department after 10 p.m. and asked them to leave. One male was uncooperative and argued, becoming confrontational. He attempted to walk away and a struggle ensued. One adult male was arrested for resisting arrest and battery on a police officer.
A shooting occurred at an occupied dwelling - 5400 block of Curtis Street. The reporting party heard five shots fired and found three holes in her front window. A vehicle was heard leaving the area but none seen.
Officers responded to the American Animal Care Center for a report of a male threatening to assault the employees for not tending to his pets. The suspect told the employees that he had a gun and does not care if he has to shoot someone. A parolee is arrested for Criminal Threats and a potential Parole Violation.
Two males broke into the soon to be open Target at Pacific Commons and took several electronic items. They were last seen fleeing in a U-haul type truck. Investigated by Officer Greenberg
Sergeant McCormick spotted a male running from him in the area of Papazian and Fremont. The male was tracked to the Bottle Shop where he gave up. A search of the male's person recovered a dagger, hashish, and marijuana.
Officer Blass was dispatched to a report of a hit and run collision in the area of Glenmoor and Peralta. The suspect vehicle fled into the office buildings at the north end of Glenmoor. Officer Foster spotted a male walking near the offices and Officer Blass found the suspect vehicle. Officer Foster ended up arresting an adult male for carrying a dirk or dagger and Blass arrested the driver for DUI and hit and run.
CSO Anders investigated a residential burglary that occurred on Wellington Place. The unknown suspect(s) entered the home via an open window.
Officer Bobbitt stopped a pedestrian adult male on Fremont near Delaware and arrested him for possession of a dirk or dagger, possession of burglary tools, possession of drug paraphernalia and probation violation.
Officer W. Johnson contacted an adult male at Wells Fargo regarding a panhandling compliant and arrested him for public intoxication.
Multiple units responded to Central Park on a missing 4-year-old boy. The boy wandered away from his mother on the east side of the lake and went missing for some time. The boy was eventually located and returned to his family unharmed.
Armed robbery was reported at Starbucks (Mission/Warm Springs). Employees sitting in their car waiting for the store to open were confronted by a Black male adult, 5'10"-6'00", skinny build wearing dark clothing and armed with a silver revolver. He relieved one employee of her black backpack and was seen fleeing the scene in a 2- or 4-door blue Chevrolet. Investigated by Officer Wilson.
Officers conducted a warrant service in at Motel 6 North. During the warrant service, over 17 grams of methamphetamine, $20,000 in cash, and scales/packaging were located.
Officers responded to a residential burglary that just occurred on Cade Drive. The victim stated he went for a walk and when he returned home, he was confronted by two males in his house. The males tied him up with a telephone cord and covered his face while they continued to ransack the home. The victim eventually freed himself and called 911; the suspects fled prior to our arrival. The suspects were described as two black males, in their 20's, with short hair. Detectives respond to assist with the investigation and are currently following up on the case.
Officers responded to a suspicious circumstance on Cougar Circle after a postal worker heard an audible alarm activate and a male run from the house. When the officers arrived, they located a broken window to the rear of the house. The suspect was described as a dark-skinned male, early 20's, wearing a blue t-shirt.
Officers respond to Taco Bell on Grimmer Blvd. for a disturbance. The caller reported that a male suspect punched the manager in face and was being held down by customers. Joseph Harrell was arrested for battery and public intoxication.
Road rage incident reported between pick-up and motorcycle results in a minor injury collision at Mission Blvd and Sullivan Underpass. Investigated by Officer Snow.