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December 18, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont PD

Frys Electronics called to report that security was holding an adult who had stolen some property. On probation for priors, he didn't qualify for the cite and release program, so he went to jail for theft and theft with priors. Investigated by Officer Dias.

At 11:15 a.m. officers were dispatched to an assault with a deadly weapon call. A white truck rammed another vehicle at Deep Creek and Amelia. Suspect vehicle fled S/B 880, Officers searched for the suspect, but it was not located. Investigated by Officer Torrico.

At approximately 11:50 a.m. a suspicious vehicle call led to pedestrian stop by Officer Singleton at Mission/Chantelier. An adult male (Fremont resident), on probation for various offenses, was in possession of a large amount of currency, including foreign coins and bills. Property in his possession led to the victim's residence on Lynx Drive where he had just completed a burglary. Hall goes to jail.

At approximately 12:55 p.m., witnesses who heard a home alarm sounding, called us when they saw three suspects fleeing from a home on the 500 block of Tonopah. Entry to the home was made by breaking a window and opening the sliding patio door. Milpitas PD helped out on this one with the search. Suspects were not located. Investigated by Officer Dias.

At 3:30 p.m. officers were dispatched to investigate a missing juvenile at risk. A 15 year old walked away from her Glenmoor neighborhood home early this morning. She has a prior history of running away and is a special needs student. Update: On December 8, 2012 at 5:10 p.m. we were notified that the juvenile was located by CHP on eastbound Hwy 580 off ramp to Harbor Boulevard in the City of Richmond. Her family responded and took custody of her.

At 11:17 p.m. Zone 2 Officers were dispatched to a party disturbance on Lake Erie Street. As Officers were responding, they heard approximately five gunshots in the area. Upon arriving at the residence, numerous teenagers began running from the scene. Multiple stops were conducted on several groups. Officers determined that the house in question was vacant, and that the partygoers had broken into the home. Officers performed a security check of the residence with negative results. At least one bullet strike was located in a neighbor's vehicle. Case investigated by Officer C. Tang.

Martinek Manufacturing on Osgood Road was burglarized at approximately 11:20 p.m. A suspect used a forklift to force open the rollup doors. Loss is being determined. Case investigated by Officer Chahouati.

December 8
It was reported that an adult male wanted for his involvement in an assault with a deadly weapon case that occurred on 12/4/12 was in the area of Fremont Blvd/Mowry Ave. He had an active $80,000 warrant for his arrest. Officers flooded the area in an attempt to locate him. Officer Samayoa checked small pathways at the Fremont Hub and discovered the adult male in front of a store at the Hub. Sao was taken into custody without incident.

December 9
At approximately 5:10 p.m. Officer Haugh responded to Fry's Electronics for a reported petty theft and arrested a 29 year old adult male for burglary and possession of burglary tools.

Officers responded to the Chevron gas station on Thornton Avenue for a reported robbery. Two black male adult suspects entered the gas station. One suspect asked the clerk for money. When the clerk refused, the suspect assaulted him. Both male suspects fled W/B Thornton Ave. The suspects were described as black male adults, 20-25, 5'8, thin build. Suspect 1 was dressed in a green T shirt and blue jeans. Suspect 2 was dressed in a black beanie, black T shirt, and black sweat pants. Case investigated by Officer Candler.

December 10
At 3:14 a.m. officers responded to the 4100 block of Broadmoor Common regarding a possible burglary. The reporting party stated that she was out of the apartment for several hours on 12/9 and returned home around 3:00 p.m. She fell asleep and woke up later in the night to find several items missing. Unknown method of entry. China, dishes, silver and shoes were taken.

Sometime between 11/10/12 and 12/20/12 unknown suspect(s) entered a residence on the 34000 block of Bluestone Common and removed jewelry and designer purses without permission. No sign of forced entry.

At approximately 4:00 p.m. officers responded to the 36000 block of San Pedro Drive to take a residential burglary report. Entry was made via the rear slider sometime between 2:00 and 3:00 p.m. Loss included laptops and cash. Possible suspect vehicle described as a beat up red 1990's Cadillac.

At approximately 3:20 p.m. officers were dispatched to the 43500 block of Bryant Street to investigate a residential burglary. The burglary occurred between 9:45 a.m. and 3:20 p.m. Point of entry was a window that was not locked. Loss is currency, small electronics and jewelry.

At approximately 8:00 p.m. officers responded to the 3600 block of Main Street to investigate a residential burglary. Sometime between 6:45 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. unknown suspect(s) attempted to gain entry by trying to breach a door handle. The suspect(s) were not able to gain entry and no loss reported

At approximately 3:00 a.m. this morning (12/11/12) Officer Valdes was dispatched to Everglades Park Drive to contact the registered owner of a blue '91 Toyota Camry. San Ramon PD had two (2) juveniles stopped for driving the vehicle in their jurisdiction. The vehicle was an unreported stolen vehicle and one of the juveniles was a reported missing person, out of Fremont.

December 12
Armed Robbery at Union 76 Station 34867 Ardenwood Boulevard: A Black male in his early 20's wearing a mask enters the 76 Station's mini mart and sticks the clerk up with a shotgun. Suspect steals $123, flees, and possibly gets into a green sedan west bound on Highway 84.

A female victim was in her car, stopped by the side of the road when she was approached by the suspect who demanded she give him money. She retrieved her can of OC and sprayed the suspect. She drove away in her car and called us. Suspect is Black Male, 20's, Med height, slim build, disheveled looking, wearing black hoody with red shirt under it. No loss. Ofc. Soper investigating.

A male victim was walking through the BART lot was accosted by two males who demanded his cell phone. One suspect appeared to have a handgun. After a short struggle the suspects fled without the phone. Victim immediately called us and responding officers located both suspects walking to the rear of the Archstone complex off of Civic/Walnut. Both suspects fled on foot, but one suspect was quickly apprehended. An extensive search was conducted but the second suspect was not found.

A residential burglary was reported on Hackamore Common. Loss was jewelry; Officer Greenberg investigating.

Today was the Fremont PD annual Shop with a Cop event. Thank you to all the officers, professional staff, Target employees and the various businesses that make this event possible.

Photos are available on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/FremontPoliceDepartment#!/media/set/?set=a.414139605322225.94137.207387302664124&type=3

At approximately 6:30 p.m., Officer Gourley stopped a vehicle and walked up to the passenger side. The car sped off N/B on Farwell Dr. Officer Gourley located the car unoccupied several blocks away. A citizen reported that a subject ran away from the vehicle and provided a description. Approx. ? hour later, Officer Malcomson located a subject matching the description at Blacow/Richmond. As Officer Malcomson attempted to stop the subject, he discarded a black bag containing cocaine and marijuana. The subject fled E/B on Richmond and into the backyard of a residence. A perimeter was established and a Newark PD K9 requested. A 21 year old adult male was located a short time later on a roof approximately six houses in from where Officer Malcomson spotted him and was arrested.

Officer Kindorf was dispatched to a battery report on Royal Ann Common. The reporting party reported hearing arguing and loud banging against the wall. The R/P also reported that juveniles were crying and a female was yelling. Dispatch found that a male associated to the residence was wanted for a felony assault warrant out of San Joaquin County. The residence was surrounded and contact made at the front door. A 27 year old adult male was arrested for his warrants.

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