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January 8, 2013 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont PD

January 1
Three residential burglaries reported today:
39000 block of Bruning St-entry via unlocked window
34000 block of Parker Ct- entry via unlocked window
5000 block of Paseo Padre- entry through side window.
Jewelry and laptops were the losses.

Officer Hartman pursued a vehicle that fled from Eggers near Kimbro, after circling the round-a-bout four times. Pursuit was terminated by Sgt. McCormick. The vehicle was found abandoned on Bright Common. A 24 year old adult male was located near Camden Quik Stop & arrested for being under the influence. The driver, a 27 year old adult male, was later located on a roof of the Quik Stop. He surrendered and was arrested for the evading, possession of paraphernalia and a warrant.


January 2
At approximately 7:00 a.m., an elderly woman called and reported that she was stuck on the railroad tracks at Stevenson Blvd/Mission Blvd. Officers checked the area and were initially unable to locate the woman. Officers investigated further and eventually discovered the woman was at the west end of Auto Mall Pkwy, near the waste disposal facility. Officers learned that the woman became disoriented and when Stevenson Blvd ended at the west end, she turned south and began driving along the railroad tracks until her vehicle became disabled. The woman observed a northbound commuter train approaching her location and began flashing her headlights to attract attention. The train stopped and allowed her to board the train to keep warm. Tow trucks were summoned to the scene and commuter trains were stopped for approximately 1.5 hours. A re-evaluation of the woman's driving abilities was requested.

January 4
A citizen called about two juveniles (16 and 17) spraying graffiti on the side of the building. Sgt. Crandall finds the two inside the store stealing more paint. Turns out they had stolen tequila from Hub Target just prior and were moved to tag, so they stole spray paint from Michaels. Both male juveniles were cited to parents.

Two Black Male Adults entered WalMart on Albrae, steal money at gunpoint and flee to a waiting vehicle- a brand new black BMW with "big" chrome rims. Witness saw the vehicle fleeing towards the freeway. Officer Butcher investigating.

Residential burglaries:
Baldwin Pl
Serra Way

Officer Allsup stops a 25 yr old male and finds an illegal knife in his car. She also finds stolen property from a burglary case currently being investigated by Officer Butcher. Both officers working together on investigation.

Officer Hartman stops a 25 yr old male at Decoto 7-11. Officer S. Hunt searches the vehicle and locates a loaded 38 rev & semi-auto handgun concealed in the center console. The male has prior gang conviction but is not on probation. The female passenger provides a false name. She turns out to be a juvenile. They are staying at Motel 6 N (bouncing between three rooms) so the main room is frozen pending a search warrant being authored by Officer S. Hunt.

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