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June 29, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD

June 22
Officers were dispatched to an auto burglary in progress at 4250 Central Avenue. The suspect broke into the victim vehicle and removed the stereo. Officer Lobue is investigating.

A commercial burglary was reported at 2201 Walnut Avenue.
A residential burglary was committed at 39029 Guardino Drive.

Officers were dispatched to an armed robbery attempt that took place at Popeye's Chicken at the Hub. The suspect - black adult male in his 30s, 6'00", medium build, wearing fake dreads, clean shaven, black jacket, jeans, and brown work boots - entered the restaurant and displayed a semi-automatic pistol and demanded cash from the safe. Employees could not open the safe so the suspect fled on foot. No vehicle description. Officer Stillitano is investigating.

A victim arrived home on Ondina and was confronted by two black male adults in a white Honda Accord who took the victim's keys and fled the area. Case investigated by Officer Stillitano.

A strong-armed robbery occurred in the lot of Motel 6 south. The victim claimed to have been confronted by two black male adults and a white female adult who took his wallet. Officer Settle investigated.

Officer Wilson was dispatched to possible auto burglary on San Pedro and arrested an adult male for possession of stolen property.

June 23
Officer Richards arrested an adult for auto burglary auto burglary, residential burglary, and trespassing.

A burglary occurred on Yellowstone Drive at 9:52 p.m. No suspects located.

Officer Leopardi investigated a residential burglary at 405 Rancho Arroyo.

Several fights and disturbances occurred at the Saddlerack at two different locations in the parking lot at closing time. One adult was arrested for public intoxication.

June 24
Officer Stone investigated an abandoned vehicle on the frontage road of TESLA... turns out to be an unreported stolen car. Owners happy to hear from FPD but car destroyed.

Officer Sanders responded to a commercial burglary at the Bismillah Restaurant that included an arson (fire) set to the bathroom. Case is being investigated by FPD & FFD.

Officer Sasser arrested an adult for burglary out of Target.

Residential burglary reported on White Birch Terrace. Officer Dodson handled the investigation, with assistance from CSO L. Codey.

An 80 yr old male with dementia was reported missing at 1:10 a.m. He was last seen at 2230 hours. He apparently defeated the door locks and walked away from his home on Pardee. K9 Officer Newton used his dog to provide direction based on Robert Lee's scent. A large grid search was initiated. Lee was located an hour later on Silver Reef. He was apparently trapped in the front yard of the home. Officer Leopardi investigated.

CHP called to advise of an accident at 880/Fremont. An Infinity SUV apparently went off the road, into a ravine. An adult male was still in the car and arrested for DUI. Officer Valdes handled the case.

June 26
Petty theft arrest at Fry's Electronics. Officer Zargham responded and received into custody of an adult male.

A residential burglary was reported at 39457 Galludet

A Task Force from San Mateo County reported that they were investigating an automobile theft and attempted to detain two suspects. During their attempt to flee the suspects rammed the officers' vehicles and nearly struck one officer. Task Force personnel followed the suspect across the Dumbarton Bridge and into the City of Fremont. The suspect vehicle ended up in the area of Paseo Padre Parkway / Fremont Boulevard and Fremont PD officers responded to assist. Officer Sanders located one of the suspects fleeing the area. A perimeter was established and air support summoned to the scene to search for the second suspect, but it was later learned the he had fled from the vehicle prior to crossing over the bridge.

June 27
Officers dispatched to a report of narcotic violations at the Maple Square Apartments on Baine Street. Officers detained and arrested two suspects for drug sales. Search of the vehicle led to property stolen from a residential burglary in Niles from May. Case investigated by CSI R. Smith.

June 28
A resident called to report an unfamiliar male in her backyard. Someone also tried to open her door. The male in the yard walked to a car and drove off. Sergeant. Snelson spotted the car and detained one adult male. Officer Merrill and Detective Bobbitt continued the investigation and eventually arrested the male for burglary and possession of stolen property.

A residential burglary was reported on Puttenham Way. Investigated by Officers Burkhammer and Gaziano.

A residential burglary on Alexander Street was investigated by CSO Escamilla.

#046 Residential Burglary on Craycroft Drive investigated by CSO Escamilla.

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