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May 15, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD

May 11
Officers responded to the Tivoli Apartments in regard to a possible 12 year-old drowning victim. As officers arrived, the male subject was pulled from the pool by his uncle and started to breathe. Further investigation revealed the victim has a history of seizures. He was transported for observation. Officer Soper investigated.

Officers respond to Panda Express at Crossroads in regard to a local transient providing alcohol to a 16 year-old male subject. The juvenile was extremely intoxicated and transported for a medical clearance. As Officers Romley and Greenberg attempted to arrest the 56 year-old suspect for public intoxication and providing alcohol to a minor, he spit and fought the officers. The suspect was ultimately taken into custody. He faces charges of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, public intoxication, and fighting with the police.

Officers responded to a report of a residential burglary "in progress" near Nettles Court / Alder Avenue. Citizens reported hearing an audible alarm and seeing two males jump the fence to the location. One of the suspects rode away on a motorcycle and the other fled on foot. Officer Nevin spotted the suspect on the motorcycle fleeing west on Thornton Avenue, toward San Pedro Drive. The suspect was last seen by a citizen on Balboa Avenue. Citizens also reported the second suspect near the intersection of Alder Avenue/Fremont Boulevard. A perimeter was established. Officers searched utilizing a police K-9 and CHP Air Support. The suspect(s) were not located. It was discovered that the residence in question had indeed been burglarized. Sergeant Lopes supervised the scene. Officer Nevin was the primary investigating officer.

Another "in progress" residential burglary was reported. A citizen called to report several males trying doors and attempting to gain access to residences. The suspects were last seen in the area of Rainbow Terrace / Blackstone Way. Officers responded and set up a perimeter. When officers approached the suspects, they fled. Officers were initially unable to locate the suspects, but quickly developed leads. SRO Burns and SRO Brannon assisted with the investigation and eventually spotted several of the suspects within the perimeter. It was confirmed that the suspects did indeed enter a residence and take items. Citizens positively identified the suspects. Three juveniles and one adult were arrested. Sergeant Crandall supervised the scene and Officer Perry was the primary unit.

A citizen reported that she came home and found two males running out of her residence. The suspects fled over a fence to Las Palmas Avenue. Officers arrived and were unable to locate the suspects. The suspects were able to take several items from the home prior to fleeing the scene. Case investigated by Officer Ceniceros.

A residential burglary occurred at the 35000 block of Cano Court. Point of entry was a bathroom window.

Copper theft occurred from maintenance room of business located on Boscell Drive.

Officer Tarango arrested an adult male for possession of burglary tools after he fled from Target security.

A residential Burglary 34000 Block of Hemet Court.
A residential Burglary 1500 Block of White Birch Terrace.


May 13
Officers were dispatched to Target at the Hub for a call of security holding a shoplifting suspect. Officer W. Johnson arrived and arrested an adult male for theft, in addition to an outstanding warrant for the same charge.

Officers responded to a possible battery call on Cello Way and learned that the adult son, who is on parole, tried to kick his elderly father out of the house by threatening him with a knife. The son is identified and arrested by Officer Malcomson for numerous violations including elder abuse, and a parole violation.

A single vehicle rollover collision on Niles Boulevard near Linda Drive was reported by citizens. A vehicle left the roadway at a high rate of speed and hit a sound wall. Officers arrived to find the vehicle suspended between the sound wall and a tree with a single occupant. The driver, an adult male, was transported to Eden Hospital for medical treatment then to Santa Rita Jail where he was booked for DUI.

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