March 12, 2013 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Fremont PD
An adult male was seen approaching a female student in the morning at Warms Springs Elementary School and engaging her in conversation. The male came back approximately two hours later and started walking on campus. School staff confronted him and called FPD. Investigation revealed that the he had followed an adult female from school home in the morning. The male had asked to borrow a phone and was asked to leave when he starting to make a lewd comment. Detectives did follow up and arrested Ramon Gri, a Fremont resident, for annoying or molesting a child under 18 years old.
A citizen reported a suspicious woman in the 3600 block of Peralta Blvd. The suspicious woman reportedly was looking into windows and had some sort of tool in her hand. Ofc. Hadden responded and contacted the woman. The suspect acted aggressively and assaulted Ofc. Hadden. The woman was controlled by Taser. She continued to resist officers and the SafeWrap had to be utilized to prevent her from injuring officers of herself.
A citizen reported a suspicious man who knocked on a neighbor's door in the 3500 block of Meyer Ct. The suspect then went around the house and jumped the fence. The suspect entered a maroon colored vehicle and drove out of the area. Ofc. Perry located the suspect leaving the area. The suspect fled from the officer and began driving recklessly. Ofc. Perry discontinued his efforts at following the vehicle due to the suspect's behavior. The suspect soon abandoned his vehicle and fled on foot. Officers set a perimeter and with the assistance of CHP's helicopter and our K-9 unit, the area was thoroughly checked. The suspect managed to escape the perimeter. Sgt. Crandall supervised the scene. SUSPECT DESCRIPTION: Black male adult, 20's.
Fletcher Jones Mercedes had a car stolen and were informed that the vehicle was pursued by CHP and Oakland PD. The vehicle was recovered. No word on the suspect.
A Reporting Party on Barnard Dr saw a white female, 18-21 yrs, at her front door. RP did not answer her door when the bell rang and shortly thereafter, a white male, 18-22, was at her rear slider. When the suspect saw the RP, he immediately fled the yard and got into a black SUV, similar to a Jeep Cherokee. Investigated by Ofc. Luevano.
Officer Hanrahan responded to Target (Hub) on a report of three females in-custody for petty theft. One was arrested for petty theft, the second was arrested for petty theft with a prior, and the third was arrested for petty theft and for a warrant.
Officer Ceniceros was dispatched to 4250 Central Ave on a report of males drinking in the rear parking lot. Ofc. Ceniceros found two adult males who are well known gang members and a juvenile sitting in a vehicle. A switchblade knife was found in the pocket of one and a large "Rambo" style knife wrapped in a blue bandana was found next to the front seat of the vehicle. One adult male was arrested for possession of a dangerous weapon and the other adult male, who was previously arrested at the same location for trespassing, was again arrested for trespassing. At the jail, one was also found to be concealing 6.5 grams of meth in his sock.
A resident on 6100 block of Genoa Ter. found his balcony window shattered. While cleaning up glass fragments, he located a bullet. Bullet was turned in to Ofc. Wilson.
A burglary was committed at Harbor Light Church, 4760 Thornton Ave. Inv. by CSO Allen.
Sometime between 1/30/13 and 1/31/13 an attempt residential burglary occurred at 48100 block of Mercury Street. Unknown Suspects broke a hole in the upper glass of the front door in an attempt to reach through and unlock the door. They were unsuccessful due to secondary security measure installed by the homeowner.
A residential burglary occurred on the 3100 block of Puttenham Wy sometime between 2/02/13 at 7:30 p.m and 2/04/13 10:00 a.m.. Entry was gained by removing the screen to an open bathroom window. A large flatscreen television and a hedgetrimmer were taken. There are no known suspects.
Reporting party called and stated that some unknown person(s) made entry into her parent's house on the 4400 block of Margery Dr, while they were out with her today, between 10:00 a.m. and 2:15 p.m. Loss was money and a wallet with ID and credit cards.
Burglary on 41900 block of Mission Creek Dr. occurred sometime between 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Unknown Suspect(s) pried the front door. Cash, jewelry and a tablet were taken.
At approximately 8:00 p.m. officers were detailed to a residence located on the 39000 of Logan Drive regarding a vandalism having just occurred. The reporting party telephoned the Fremont Police after someone threw a brick through the back sliding glass window. Officers arrived and found the brick lying next to a table. The incident occurred at about 7:50 p.m. when the occupants were home in a different part of the home. No suspects were seen fleeing the residence. Officers came back to the residence around 11:00 p.m. to check on the homeowner and the broken window and learned that a purse had been taken out of the room where the glass had shattered. Additionally, at least two credit cards had been used fraudulently in the City of Oakland since the incident had occurred.
At approximately 9:10 p.m. officers were dispatched to a residential burglary call on the 48300 block of Purpleleaf St. The occupant of the home stated that between 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. unknown suspect(s) had entered the home through an unlocked sliding door. Loss was a lap top computer.
A frantic victim at a residence on N. Moray St. called 911 to report a male trying to break into her residence. The victim reported an unknown suspect rang her door bell several times and a then a short time later the suspect was seen jumping the side yard fence to the residence. The victim called the police to report the incident. The suspect walked around to the rear of the residence and saw the victim inside the residence and fled on foot. FPD units quickly arrived but the suspect fled the area and was not located. A second neighbor had also called dispatch to report that a black male adult rang her doorbell and then he walked away when she answered. Several neighbors have video surveillance cameras and Det. Miller and Officer Perry are following up on the investigation.
Suspect: Black male, 20's, 5'10", large, muscular build, wearing a dark blue sweatshirt, grey sweat pants.
Officer Merrill investigated a grand theft on Coco Palm. The victim allowed a 25 year old neighbor to stay at his residence after being kicked out of his own house. The suspect thanked the victim neighbor by stealing jewelry from him and selling it at a local "We Buy Gold" business. Ofc. Merrill contacted the suspect and arrested him for grand theft.
A 21 year old adult male and a 25 year old adult male entered Outback Steakhouse and attempted to pass gift cards. Employees were aware of recent attempts to pass counterfeit cards and called the PD. Ofc. Hill and FTO Tarango arrested the two for possession of counterfeit cards.
At 5:45 a.m., a resident saw a male at her back window on the 40800 block of Creston. The male was dressed in black and carried a black backpack. He fled out the back gate when he realized she saw him. Officers arrived and found the screen removed. Investigated by Ofc. Austin.
Safeway Hub security detained a male for petty theft. The male was not being truthful about his name. Ofc. Barbero and FTO Hanrahan arrived and the male continued lying. The 28 year old adult male was arrested and booked under his true name. He was a parolee and was violated.
Fry's security detained a male for theft and burglary as he attempted to conceal several hundred dollars of items in his backpack. Ofc. Barbero and FTO Hanrahan arrived and handled this one too. The 29 year old adult male was arrested and direct booked to Santa Rita.
Safeway Hub security detained a male for theft. Ofc. M. Smith arrived and received into custody a 56 year old adult male, who also had a no-bail warrant for burglary.
A black male adult, 28-30, wearing grey sweatshirt, black jeans, and a white ski mask with holes in it, wrestled cash from the clerk and register at SV Food and Liquor, 35650 Fremont Blvd. Ofc. Dooley and FTO R. Smith investigating.
A homeowner returns home on the 4900 blokc of Paseo Padre Pkwy and finds a ladder on the side of his house under a bathroom window. He then hears voices from inside his house. Victim calls the police and waits outside. Suspects exited the house and are confronted by the homeowner. Three suspects flee in a white vehicle.
A homeowner returns home and finds several males burglarizing his house on 3900 block of Donner Way. He confronts one suspect in the hallway and is pushed by the suspect. Suspects flee on foot. A perimeter is set up and a search conducted, however, suspects were not located. Homeowner was not injured.
A female suspect stole her friend's ID and Credit Cards and goes to Fremont Nissan on Cushing Pkwy to purchase a vehicle using her friend's information. Unfortunately for the suspect, the victim had reported the credit cards stolen and placed a fraud alert on her credit. The dealership was alerted to the fraud and called the victim and the police. Suspect fled prior to police arrival without a new car. Officer Valdes following up.
A Female victim was getting into her car in the 500 block of Mowry Ave when she was approached by a male suspect who demanded her BMW 535i. The victim remotely disabled the vehicle which prevented the suspect from getting the BMW into gear and driving away. Officers arrived and set up a perimeter within moments but the suspect fled on foot and was not located.