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October 2, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont PD

September 24
Officers responded to the Fremont Hub - Staples parking lot in regard to a strong-armed robbery. Victim was approached by a Black Male Adult who ripped a gold necklace from her neck. The victim's 9-yr old son attempted to intervene but was pushed to the ground by the suspect. Suspect entered a Toyota 4-door and fled. Officer Hanrahan located a possible vehicle N/B on I880. A traffic stop is conducted on I880 @ Tennyson in Hayward. The vehicle was occupied by four subjects. An in-field line-up was conducted and the Suspect identified. During a search of the vehicle, a 9mm handgun, a ballistic vest and a shotgun were located. Three males and a female went to jail.

A similar 211 occurred at Walmart - Albrae St. A Black Male Adult followed a couple in the parking and struck the female. He ripped off her gold necklace and stole her purse/scarf. The suspect fled in a red/maroon car. S#1 Black Male Adult, 6' 260lb, white T-shirt, white headband, S#2 Black Female Adult, hair in a bun, blue shirt, green spandex pants, red/mar Volvo type 4-door.

Officers responded to Patterson Park in regard to a Pit-bull attack. Three children and an adult were treated for minor bite marks. The dog was taken to the Animal Shelter for further investigation. All three children were under the age of 12.

Officers were dispatched to the Estates at Park Place (3400 Stevenson Boulevard) for a report of an in-progress burglary. Two Reporting Parties called 911 stating that a male suspect was at their window stating that he had a gun. The Reporting Parties stated that the subject just broke their window as the line disconnected. Officer Contrada arrived shortly thereafter and forced entry into the apartment. Sergeant Tassano located the suspect a short distance away who was positively identified by the victims. The suspect was arrested for home invasion robbery and transported to Santa Rita.


September 26
A residential burglary was interrupted on the 47000 block of Mardis Street. At 10:30 a.m., the elderly resident returned home to find two males inside her house. The males ran off and the resident called her daughter, who then called FPD. As officers were investigating this, a caller from Plumosa reported two suspicious males knocking on her door. The suspects have not been located.

CSO Allen took a residential burglary report from 4875 Mowry Avenue where the suspect(s) pried open the rear patio sliding glass door and took jewelry and a white 1996 Honda Accord, license #4DGP610.

Window Smash Commercial Burglary at "Fast and Quick Liquor" at 3900 Decoto Road at 2:45 a.m. Loss was a pack of cigarettes. Suspect was described as a Black Male Adult, 20-25 years, 600-602, black cap, black jeans.


September 27
At about 11:45 a.m., a woman was walking on Lake Mead Drive when she was approached by an Asian Male Adult between 30 and 40 years old. As the suspect passed by, the victim turned to see him reach for her necklace. The suspect grabbed the necklace and ran to a waiting 1995 white Lexus 4-door, and fled.

A residential burglary was reported at 37300 block of Sequoia Road. No sign of forced entry. Loss was cash and jewelry.


September 28
Day Shift Officers assisted Mid Shift Officers on a surround and callout of a Newark PD robbery suspect on San Pedro Drive. A SWAT Callout was initiated at approximately 7 a.m. after the suspect refused to exit the residence. The suspect surrendered prior to arrival of the SWAT Team.

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