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April 17, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD

April 13
Officer Hollifield was dispatched to a late reported robbery that occurred last night at The Corner Store. The clerk attempted to stop a beer run and was assaulted by two suspects who also stole his phone. Both suspects matched the descriptions of two who were arrested the previous night for a street robbery. A photo-line-up was conducted and one of the suspects was identified.

Officer Harvey was dispatched to Washington Township Hospital for a stabbing victim. The victim said he was near Crossroads Center liquor store when he got "mad-dogged" by two subjects. Later as the victim walked home along Sundale Drive he was set upon by the two suspects who wanted to know if he was "bangin'." The victim tried to run but was stabbed in the back sustaining non life-threatening injuries.

Officer Fuellenbach and FTO Luevano responded to a suspicious circumstance at the 4900 block of Creekwood Drive after a neighbor noticed the front door was open. Upon arrival, they determined it was a residential burglary.

A female walking in the area of Paseo Padre Parkway and Milton Street was confronted by a Hispanic adult male 16-years-old, wearing a red sweatshirt. The suspect snatched the victim's IPod and fled toward North Gate Savoy Apartments.

Officer Hamblin and Field Training Officer Blass spotted a stolen vehicle and observed a male get into it as they cruised through the Motel 6 north parking lot. They followed the vehicle onto I-880 and stopped it on Whipple. The driver and lone occupant complied with the officers and arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle.

April 14
Officer Merrill investigated a report of a strong-armed robbery that occurred on April 13. The victim reported she was walking northbound on Bell Street from Mowry Avenue, when an unknown male approached her from behind and grabbed her purse. The suspect fled on foot toward Fremont Boulevard with the victim's purse. The victim was unable to provide a description of the suspect.

CSO Anders investigated a residential burglary that occurred on Eric Street after an unknown suspect(s) entered the home via a back door. Once inside, the suspect(s) stole cash.

Officers were dispatched to Wisteria Drive for an in-progress theft (gas siphoning). The suspects fled upon officer arrival. A search was conducted with negative results. Officer Butcher investigated.

April 15
Officer Hartman and FTO Bocage responded to Subway, 34115 Fremont Boulevard on a report of a disturbance between a 32-year-old male and several customers inside the business. According to an employee, the male picked up several chairs and threw them at customers. When officers arrived, they contacted an adult male and arrested him for assault with a dangerous weapon. The employee or customers were not injured as a result of the assault.

Union City Police Department requested our assistance with priority 1 calls for service in their city due to a utility explosion. No injuries occurred but all UCPD units were tied up. We dropped to Level 1 Service Reductions from 5:15 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. However, UCPD did not have any priority 1 calls and we were not needed.

Units responded to the East West Bank on Fremont Boulevard regarding a robbery. The reporting party said there was an adult female crying and saying her 8-year-old child was robbed. Turns out the child was robbed of his Nintendo DS game by a suspect described as a Hispanic or Black male wearing a hooded sweat jacket. Units saturated the area and made several stops with negative results. Officer Ferrara investigated.

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