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October 9, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont PD

September 30
Two males dressed in black and armed with handguns entered the Jack In the Box restaurant (Centerville). The suspects fled prior to police arrival. Officers checked the area and were unable to locate the suspects. Officer Sanders investigated the incident.

October 1
A residential burglary occurred at on Beard Road. Suspects gained entry through a living room window by removing an air conditioning unit.

October 3
A resident on Acoma Court heard a suspect ring the doorbell then try and enter the backyard. It is likely that the attempted burglary suspects were scared off by the resident. Suspects were described as two males of unknown race, possibly Hispanic in their 20's, one with a red hoody and the other in a dark blue jacket.

Newark Police called and requested three units for a suicidal subject armed with a handgun and walking around the train tracks near Cedar and St. Mark. Sergeant Gott responded with Officer's Lobue, Huiskens, and N. Johnson. The subject had placed a couch on the train tracks and was waiting for a train to come by. After some negotiating, the subject surrendered.

October 4
CSO Aguirre is investigating a residential burglary that occurred at the 41000 block of Paseo Padre while the victims were away for about two hours. Entry was made via a rear window.

Officer B. Johnson is investigating a commercial burglary that occurred at 39700 Mission Boulevard.

Officers were dispatched to the area of Warm Springs and Warren to a reported assault. Reporting parties were describing a disturbance between a male and female and a vehicle was being used as a weapon. Officers arrived and found the female victim at the scene. The male suspect fled in his damaged vehicle. While checking the area officers found the suspect vehicle at Club Sport abandoned. The suspect was found and arrested.

FPD received a call from a contractor for electrical wiring found adjacent to Motel 6 South and 680. Officers located four large bundles of copper wire (300+ LBS) recently pulled from a freeway electrical box.

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