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June 1, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD

May 26
Officers were dispatched to 40868 Ingersoll Terrace where the homeowner told Dispatch that she heard glass breaking downstairs and she believes someone is inside her house. She then starts talking about a loose rabbit in the house and her husband confronting someone downstairs as she overhears, "I have a surprise for you"...Ultimately the caller was taken for a medical evaluation. Investigated by Officer Perry.


May 27
Officers were dispatched to 37600 block of Carriage Circle on a report of persons in a vehicle not recognized to the neighborhood by the caller. Ultimately, a male goes to jail for warrants. Handled by Officer Burkhammer.

Clerk calls about a male in the 7-11 store on Decoto with a mask covering his face. The clerk waited for PD but decided to go back inside to assist a new customer. Arriving units could not locate the potential suspect. The clerk is still a little edgy from the last 211 there. A surveillance video will be examined to see if anything really happened.


May 28
Citizens at Central Park reported a man slumped over the steering wheel of a vehicle. The doors of the vehicle were locked and the man was not responding. Officers arrived and forced entry into the vehicle to check on the welfare of the man. FFD responded and pronounced the man dead at the scene. The 44 year-old man had been exercising at the park just prior to entering his vehicle. FPD detectives assisted with notification and the investigation. Preliminary investigation revealed no suspicious circumstances. ACSO Coroner eventually took over the case.

Family members called to report that a male was extremely intoxicated and had kicked in a side door to the house. When officers arrived on Cripps Place, the male was gone. Union City PD called soon after and advised that the male had just driven into their town and hit several parked cars before abandoning his truck. UCPD tracked him down and he was arrested. Officer Lobue is pursuing a complaint.

Burglaries:
Centerville Jr. High. Two classrooms burglarized.
Attempt near pool area at Parkway Towers.
5597 Butano Park Drive


May 29
A reporting party called, saying his girlfriend is in her car at 39370 Civic Center Drive, unconscious and there are signs saying "poison gas, stay away." There is a smell of "rotten eggs" around the car. The area was secured and Fremont Fire hazmat is called to the scene. They determined that there was still a dangerous level of hydrogen sulfide gas inside the car. The car was vented and the lethal dose quickly dropped to an acceptable level. The scene was turned over to investigations, and a body recovered by the coroner.


May 30
Officers responded to 37600 Canterbury Street on a report of an interrupted residential burglary. The suspect, a Hispanic male adult, 20's, wearing a black/white jacket and jeans, attempted to enter the home by kicking in a side door. The suspect was confronted by the homeowner and fled on foot prior to entering the home.

Officers were dispatched to the area of Farwell/Stevenson after receiving several 9-1-1 calls about a female being forced into a vehicle and yelling for the police. Witnesses provided a description of the vehicle as it fled the area at a high-rate of speed. As officers were responding, Detective Holguin located the vehicle in the area of Blacow and Sherwood. Detective Holguin could see a male holding a female inside the vehicle and attempted to initiate a traffic stop. The male driver refused to stop and a short vehicle pursuit ensued. The suspect eventually crashed the vehicle on Hyde Common at Prospect Terrace and fled on foot.

Officers gave chase and were able to catch and detain the suspect at Hyde/Thurston. The victim and her young children were located inside the vehicle and were treated for minor injuries as a result of the collision. The 44-year-old male suspect was arrested and charged with kidnapping, false imprisonment, felony hit and run, evading a police officer, and child endangerment. During the investigation, it is determined the suspect is the husband/father of the victims and the incident started as a domestic dispute.

A single BMA entered Subway - Charter Square and robbed the clerk at knifepoint. After he tore the phone from the wall he fled on foot. Employees called the Owner, who then called PD. Suspect described as a possible transient.

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