September 11, 2012 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD
At 3:29 p.m., Officers were called to DMV on Central Avenue where a victim had been seated in his vehicle counting cash when he was accosted by four Hispanic Male Adults. One of the suspect(s) put a gun through the window and demanded the money. The victim handed over the money and his cell phone. He went back to work and called FPD (original incident occurred at 3:07 p.m.). The primary suspect is described as a Hispanic male adult, 20-25 years old, average-heavy build, holding a silver revolver, last seen wearing a blue shirt and black "Dickie" type pants, with a full beard and bald head. The other three suspects are described as Hispanic male teens, approximately 16-18 years old, wearing white t-shirts and black "Dickie" type pants. They fled on foot eastbound Central and then northbound on Maple Street. Officer Torrico investigating.
At approximately 1:09 p.m., a citizen called and reported three males had attempted to gain entry into a residence on Parkmeadow Dr. The reporting party stated that while he was outside at about 1:05 p.m., he heard the sound of a burglar alarm going off. He went out into the street to see what was going on and witnessed, three males climb over the fence of his neighbor's home. They then ran away from the house and were picked up by a driver who was waiting nearby. The suspects fled in a white Lexus. Officer Piol located the suspect vehicle leaving the scene in the area of Auto Mall/Grimmer. Patrol, Street Crimes and Detectives responded to the scene of the high risk vehicle stop. Three suspects were taken into custody. FPD Detectives assisted with the investigation.
Suspect #1 - 19 year old adult male from Union City - arrested for burglary
Suspect #2 - 18 year old adult male from Oakland - arrested for burglary
Suspect #3 - 27 year old adult male from Hayward - arrested for burglary and a felony parole violation.
Officers were dispatched to the 34000 block of Fremont Boulevard at 5:50 a.m. to take a commercial burglary report. Reporting party states that a family member responded to the address after notification of the alarm. The family member found the door smashed. Officers arrive and confirm a burglary occurred. Nothing further to report at this time. Unknown loss.
At 7:20 a.m., Officers took a report at Thornton Jr. High. Unknown suspect(s) cut the padlock to a chain link fence surrounding cargo containers. They prided open one container and attempted to pry open a second. A broken electric power washer was taken, however none of the other supplies were moved. It's believed that the burglary occurred sometime between 1:00 p.m. on Saturday - Tuesday morning when this was reported.
At 10:00 a.m., Officers were dispatched to the 43000 block of Mission Boulevard to take a commercial burglary report at Fig Tree Service. Unknown suspect(s) cut the padlock of the large sliding garage door, searched the location and took a computer and more than $30,000 worth of tools. No suspect information or further details at this time.
At 10:34 a.m., Officers responded to the 42000 block of Boyce Road to take a commercial burglary report. The burglary occurred sometime overnight. Unknown loss at this time.
At 1:32 p.m. Officers responded to take a commercial burglary report on the 42000 Boscell Road. Victim believes it occurred at approximately 2:00 a.m. Officers are following up on this case and there is nothing further to report at this time.
At approximately 12:00 noon, Dispatch began receiving calls of a suspicious black Jaguar and three occupants in the area of Blacow Road and Garden Way. The R/P stated that this vehicle has been noticed a few times in the area over the last couple of weeks. A second caller reported the same car and two subjects on foot in the area of Morris. The caller stated that a black male adult and black female adult were standing on Garden/Morris and the driver had just left. Officers arrive shortly thereafter and immediately see the Jaguar with two black male occupants. The first arriving Officer initiates a traffic stop. The two occupant jump out of the car and stand for a moment, as the Officer approaches and tells them that she'd like to speak with them, they run and begin hopping fences on Alexander Street. Additional Officers arrive and a perimeter is established in the area. The vehicle is searched and stolen laptops, jewelry and various other items are located from a residential burglary that had just occurred on Morris Way.
With the assistance of a K9, Street Crimes and Detectives, a door to door search begins and the two black male adults are found in a family member's house who lives in the area. Arrested are a 24 year old adult male from Hayward and a 20 year old adult male from East Palo Alto. They are both booked on charges of burglary, conspiracy and resisting or delaying an arrest. The female reported by the two R/P's is not located.
At 7:38 a.m., CSO Gott responded to a report of a residential burglary on the 300 block of Merlin Court, that had occurred the day prior. The victim did not notice the loss until today, when a laptop and jewelry couldn't be found. No suspect information.
At 10:53 p.m., an R/P called 9-1-1 to report an in-progress auto burglary in the parking lot of Planet Fitness (39000 block of Farwell Drive). He had just witnessed a male pull up in a white newer model vehicle and break into the car sitting next to him and then take off. The suspect is described as a white male adult with long straggly hair, thin build, wearing a white shirt. Loss is a duffle bag.
Officers were initially dispatched to a possible gang fight in progress at Fremont/Bonde (Centerville area). One male had a knife and was last seen walking with a bicycle north on Fremont. Officers arrived and detained a male with a bicycle wearing a black jacket with bright red sleeves. He advised that he had been waiting for the bus when two males accosted him. He defended himself by brandishing a knife and they fled. The juvenile "victim" had a concealed dagger in his sock. He was arrested and NTA'd (given a notice to appear) and released to his mother. Officer Decker investigating.
A male victim and his girlfriend were walking to their apartment at 9:15 p.m. when he was accosted by two Hispanic Males. He realized he had been stabbed in the stomach and his girlfriend called us. He was transported to Eden Hospital for non-life threatening injuries. Area search proved negative.
At approx 12:45 a.m., a male victim was confronted in front of his home in the 33000 block of Lake Michigan by a lone black male suspect. Suspect demands money from the victim under the threat of breaking all the windows on victim's cars. Victim refuses to provide suspect any money. Suspect flees eastbound on Lake Ontario. Suspect is further described as 17-18 years old, 5'10", thin build, shaved head last seen wearing black hoodie and black jeans. Investigated by Officer Madsen
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