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September 25, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont PD

September 15
CHP called to inform FPD that they had shot two pit bulls who had been roaming on Highway 84, just east of the toll plaza. CHP had tried to corral the dogs, but the dogs became aggressive, and CHP shot the dogs. One of the dogs succumbed to the gunshots, but the other one fled east into a business park. A few hours later a security guard for the business park called to report that he had found the outstanding dog in front of a business. Officer Stillitano responded, collected the dog, and transported it to the Ohlone Veterinary Hospital.

At 11:43 p.m. a reporting party called in about a large fight taking place at Mojo's (Centerville area) with chairs being thrown. 10 Units responded and the situation immediately de-escalated upon their arrival.

While enroute to a fight at the Saddlerack, Officer Harvey heard an alarm in the area of 42744 Boscell Road. After clearing the fight detail, Officer Harvey returned to the alarm and found that the electronics business (AER Worldwide) had been burglarized. CSI Dexter responded and processed the scene.

At 4:41 a.m., Officers responded to Hilo St. for a report of a 2-year-old not breathing. Officer Chahouati arrived in 63 seconds followed closely by Officer Gilfoy. Officer Gilfoy immediately recognized that the child had a febrile seizure (caused by a high fever) and worked to cool her down. FFD and Paramedics Plus arrived approximately three minutes later. The 2-year-old was transported to a local hospital as a precautionary measure. Great response by all who were involved!


September 16
Officer Singleton responded to a traffic hazard call where he found about 100 live shotgun rounds all over the roadway.

A victim was on the sidewalk near Ranch 99 Market (Northgate area) when a black male in his late 20's grabbed the purse off of her arm and ran. The suspect was not located. Officer Chan investigated.

Two SWAT Officers responded to Newark with our Bearcat.

Officers respond to Ardenwood/Commerce in regard to a possible battery in progress. The call was upgraded to strong armed robbery. Victim states that two males tried to take his cell phone and bicycle. He managed to fend them off and they were last seen heading into Union City. A "Be on the Lookout" was broadcast and UCPD stopped the two in their city. Two juvenile suspects were arrested.


September 17
Officers responded to the area of Fremont Boulevard and Paseo Padre Parkway to a reported disturbance. The reporting party advised during an altercation a male was pressing a female up against a fence. Officers arrived and contacted an adult male armed with a pellet gun (handgun replica). Officer Kwok is investigating.


September 18
At approximately 2:01 p.m., a domestic battery victim ran aboard an AC Transit bus after being battered near Great Salt Lake and Alvarado Boulevard. Officers arrived on scene to investigate and began searching for the suspect, an adult male Fremont resident. He was seen jumping off a roof and fleeing the area on foot. Canine Handler Lambert and Dax pursued the suspect on foot. The suspect surrendered to Officer Lambert and K-9 Dax.


September 21
SRO Foote called for assistance at Walters Junior HS as someone reported seeing two males at the edge of the campus and one had a pistol. FUSD put the school on lockdown and multiple officers responded, clearing the entire area; the alleged suspects were not located. School re-opened within 30 minutes.

Assault w/ deadly weapon at Mojo's Bar. PD called regarding disturbance/fight at closing time, with a patron being struck by a vehicle fleeing the area. Officers ultimately located the suspect vehicle in Union City where an adult male is taken into custody. The victim was treated and released.

Burglaries:
38700 Tyson; CSO Codey investigating Loss was a laptop & jewelry.
39059 Guardino; Officer Leopardi investigating
39939 Stevenson; Officer Torrico investigating
4555 Thornton; Officer Rodriguez investigating

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