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March 13, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD

March 6
A residential burglary was reported on Iroquois Way. At 12:30 a.m. a neighbor called to advise there was a subject prowling around the neighbor's house where no one was home. They believed the subject made entry into the home. Officers arrived and discover the residence had been burglarized.

A commercial burglary occurred at Bill's Liquors - Officers discovered a window smash at Bill's Liquors at 5 Corners. A pedestrian stop led to a possible suspect living on Main Street. Officers/Detectives are currently looking for a possible suspect responsible for the burglary.

A clerk at Gable 7-11 called FPD to advise that a subject had been hanging out in the store for the last two hours and refused to leave. Officers arrived and dealt with a Vietnamese subject. He first asked for a cab and refused to use it, then asked for an ambulance due to stomach pain. He was placed on a psychiatric hold.


March 7
A citizen called and reported several males breaking into her neighbor's home on Merlot Drive. The citizen provided detailed descriptions of the suspect(s) and suspect vehicle. Upon arrival, Officer Stone observed one of the suspects exit the rear of the residence. The suspect fled back toward the residence and a perimeter was established. Officer Manrique stopped the suspect vehicle and detained the driver. CHP received reports of persons with similar descriptions running across Interstate 680 while the perimeter was being set. Milpitas PD, CHP (ground units and air support) FPD Detectives and a FPD K-9 Unit (Lambert) responded to the scene to search for the suspects. The suspects were not located after a very extensive search. The suspects were described as black males wearing dark clothing. FPD Detectives are currently conducting follow up on this case.

A juvenile victim called to report his Air Jordan's were stolen from him. The victim met the suspect on Facebook. The victim agreed to sell his Jordan's to the suspect; and shortly after they met, the suspect snatched the shoes and threatened to harm the victim. The suspect was last seen running towards the condominium complex off of Valpey Park. Officer Barrett investigated the incident.

CHP called to let FPD know that a male subject jumped from the Mowry 880 overpass onto northbound 880. The subject landed in the emergency lane of northbound 880 and was not struck by any cars. He survived the fall and was transported to Eden with multiple injuries.

Residential Burglaries: One attempt 4100 block of Margery Drive and two completed 4200 block of Margery and 4300 block of Dali.


March 9
Officer Lambert conducted a security check at the Islander Motel. He contacted an adult male and ultimately arrested him for possession of dangerous drugs and drug paraphernalia.

FPD received a report of a male with a gun chasing two other males at Fremont/Darwin. Officers detained a juvenile in possession of a BB gun CO2 cartridge and BB's but no gun. No victims located and the juvenile was released to parents. Investigated by Officer Lobue.


March 10
Officer Lambert contacted a felon in Niles and arrested him for being in possession of two rifles, chopped vehicle parts and drug paraphernalia.

A victim of an auto burglary called to say her phone is currently pinging at an address in Irvington. Officers responded to the address and conducted a probation search on an adult female who is on probation. Drugs and stolen property were located.


March 11
Officer Stillitano made a traffic stop at the 7-11 on Delaware. The vehicle came back as stolen. While Officer Stillitano was holding the vehicle's occupants at gunpoint and waiting for cover, the driver exited the vehicle and ran eastbound on Delaware. The passenger was taken into custody and officers flooded the area but were not able to locate the driver. About three hours later, Officer Butcher spotted him walking near Fry's. The suspect was taken into custody after a foot pursuit and charged with possessing the stolen vehicle, resisting police officers, and an outstanding warrant.

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