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March 20, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD

March 15
Officer Fuellenbach and FTO Luevano responded to Palo Alto Medical Clinic on a report of an assault with a deadly weapon report. The 46-year-old female victim responded to the clinic for medical treatment after her husband hit her on the head with a metal object

Residential Burglaries:
Pima St., entry via side garage door. Loss was jewelry and electronics.
Tonopah Dr., attempt only via side garage door.
Silver Reef, entry via side garage door, loss included laptop and jewelry.
Fitzsimmons Co., garage burglary (open garage door), loss included 30-40 pairs of women shoes.
Calypso Co., entry via door kick, unknown loss.
Kenwood Dr., attempt only. Reporting Party found pry marks on front door.
Bidwell Dr., no signs of forced entry but wife's wallet and laptop was missing. A neighbor's first floor apartment was burglarized yesterday.
Bartolo Terrace: Occurred between 10:30 p.m. and 10:55 p.m. Entry was made via prying the rear sliding glass door. No known loss.

Under the influence: Officer C. Tang was dispatched to Merced Common to investigate a possible auto burglary. Officer Tang located the reporting party and arrested him for being under the influence. The auto burglary was unfounded.


March 16
Officers were dispatched to suspicious persons in the area of Calypso Common. A citizen reported that there were two suspicious males in the area that looked similar to a couple of past burglary suspects. Officers arrived and detained the suspects. FPD Detectives were called to the scene to assist. Palm and fingerprints were collected to be utilized for comparison in other cases. Officer Burkhammer and Officer Gaziano worked with detectives to conduct the investigation.

Officers Edwards, Soper and FTO Lambert assisted SCU and Newark Street Crimes with locating and arresting a well-known male for a felony warrant at Motel 6 in Newark. During the course of the same investigation, Officer Edwards arrested another male for drug influence, and Officer Soper recovered a stolen vehicle.

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