March 12, 2013 > Police seek suspect in Fremont residential burglaries
Police seek suspect in Fremont residential burglaries
Submitted By Fremont PD
Fremont Police are seeking the help of our community to locate wanted suspect Lawrence Nero. Nero has a $1 Million dollar Ramey warrant that was issued in connection with a residential burglary that occurred in Fremont on Meyer Court, March 1, 2013. Shortly after the burglary, he led officers on vehicle pursuit in the area of Paseo Padre and Isherwood Drive. During the pursuit, he dumped an unregistered maroon Buick Regal and ran from police, jumping fences on Fairfax Court. After an extensive search, police were not able to locate Nero. When the vehicle was searched, additional property was recovered from a residential burglary that occurred on February 25th in Fremont on the 35000 block of Armour Way.
On Tuesday, March 5, 2012, Nero was again spotted in Fremont and was positively identified in a residential burglary that occurred on the 43800 block of Moray Street.
In most of the cases, the suspect first rings the front door bell and when he believes no one to be home, he jumps the fence and proceeds to gain entry into the back of the house. On Tuesday, witnesses reported that Nero had longer facial hair and was wearing orange shoes. His overall description is a black male, mid 20's, about 5'10", short hair, beard, muscular build, wearing a dark blue sweatshirt and blue jeans or sweat pants.
It is unknown where Nero is currently residing. His last known address is Hayward, California. Nero may be responsible for additional burglaries in Fremont and surrounding cities. If anyone has information on Nero's whereabouts, please call the Fremont Police Department at 790-6800 and select option 3, send us an anonymous Tip by visiting www.fremontpolice.org/Tip or via Nixle at https://local.nixle.com/tip/alert/4969408.