April 23, 2013 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Fremont PD
Ofc. Richards was dispatched to a suspicious person on Fremont near Beacon. A transient male was seen displaying a large knife while walking down the street. Capt. Petersen, working uniformed patrol, covered Ofc. Richards. An adult male transient was contacted and had a very large knife concealed. He was arrested by Ofc. Richards and Capt. Petersen documented her actions in a supplemental report.
Officers were dispatched to the 4200 block of Stevenson Blvd. for what was originally reported as a promiscuous shooting. Upon arrival, it was learned that two dogs had gotten into a fight and an adult male shot and killed one of the dogs with an AR15. Ofc. Wright handled the investigation with assistance from Animal Control.
Officers were dispatched to Styles for Less at the Hub on a reported theft. Two black females entered the business, gathered clothing, and fled out of the store. The suspects fled in a white sedan. Ofc. Hollifield handled the investigation. The suspects were described as:
#1 - a black female adult, 20's, with facial piercings and wearing a beanie.
#2 - a black female adult, 20-30's, heavyset, wearing a white t-shirt and pink tank-top.
Victim reported that he was physically assaulted at Fremont/Darwin last night by two juvenile males. Suspects struck victim in the face and took his cell phone and car keys. Suspects described as one 17-18 Hispanic male juvenile and 17-18 black male juvenile. Suspects fled the area on bicycles. Officer Kindorf investigating.
At approximately 9:00 p.m., we received a call of a derailed Amtrak passenger train on the Union Pacific railroad tracks in the area of the Mowry Ave. and Mission Blvd. junction. There were approximately one-hundred-forty passengers on the train when the lead locomotive derailed. There were no reported injuries. Amtrak authorities are working to detach the lead locomotive so that the passengers could continue to Seattle, Washington. Mowry Ave. between Mission Blvd and Overacker Ave. was closed for several hours while cranes were used to lift the derailed locomotive.
Officers were dispatched to Lucky's Charter Square to investigate a female who tried to steal a shopping cart full of groceries. The suspect, a 28 year old adult female, fled from employees when contacted. Sgt. Russell located the suspect vehicle parked in front of her address. He contacted the suspect and detained her without incident. She was arrested by Ofc. Ceniceros for commercial burglary and booked at FPD Jail.
Ofc. Singleton, Ofc. Dias, and Ofc. Hartman were dispatched to an address at the end of Mill Creek Rd on a possible burglary in progress. A caretaker of the residence entered and heard what she thought was someone walking around upstairs, although the residence was supposed to be vacant. Turned out to be a bird flying around the inside of the house.
Ofc. Dias responded to Kohl's at Pacific Commons and arrested Reginald Nunn for petty theft.
At approximately 11:25 p.m. a caretaker at a church on Driscoll Rd. was taking out the garbage when he was knocked unconscious. Loss was a wallet. Units remained in the area clearing several buildings and fields as the suspect might have been transient. Case investigated by Ofc Meredith/FTO Austin.
Theft of a free standing ATM machine inside of a closed gas station at Blacow/ Mowry. Suspects smashed window, looped cable around ATM, and pulled it out through the front doors with a vehicle. Case investigated by Ofc Wilson.
A suspicious van parked on Thornton Ave turned out to be a recently stolen vehicle off of Cabral. Case investigated by Ofc Blass.
Initially occurred at Fremont/Alder when a citizen observed two subjects fooling around with a handgun and then pointing it at her. Officers checked the area and two males ran from them. Ofc. Samayoa and Ofc. Francisco caught a male juvenile and an 18-yr-old male probationer. A handgun was recovered after it had been discarded. Ofc. Dooley and FTO Mahboobi investigating.
#41: Petty theft and battery arrest. Citizen called about a fight in progress inside Lucky Brookvale. We soon learned it was store security fighting with a theft suspect. Received into custody was a 50 yr old male. Ofc. Roberts and FTO R. Smith investigating.
Assault with a deadly weapon (a firearm) at Peralta/Maple. Victim called us saying a male in a white older Honda 4door shot at him several times while the victim was walking on the sidewalk. Several spent casings were located in the roadway. SACMCTF was called out and took over the investigation. Ofc. Roberts and FTO R. Smith handled the initial investigation.
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Ofc. Fuellenbach was contacted by a citizen who reported three men causing a disturbance near the Donut Store located on the 4300 block of Thornton Ave. It was also reported that one of the men stole a beverage. Ofc. Fuellenbach contacted store employees and confirmed that one suspect stole a soda from the store. Ofc. Fuellenbach contacted the men and they became verbally abusive and aggressive. Additional police units responded for assistance "code 3" due to the group's hostility. The victim identified one male as the person who stole the beverage. The other two men refused to identify themselves and continued to yell and scream at the officers. A citizen's arrest was conducted and Aaron was booked into FPD jail.
Citizens reported two males "tagging" in the area of Bartolo Tr/Coronado Dr. Officers flooded the area and with the assistance of the neighborhood, officers were directed to the suspects. Two male juvenile gang members were contacted. Both had evidence of "tagging" and vandalism on their persons. Both were arrested. Ofc. Lambert conducted the investigation.
While stopped at Fremont & Ferry for a red light, a Black male adult, 6'0", skinny with dreads under his beanie, pointed a black handgun at the driver and stole his vehicle. The stolen vehicle, a 2002 silver Subaru WRX sedan with a black hood and trunk lid (Lic#6XZJ074), was last seen NB Fremont Blvd. Ofc S. Hill & FTO Rodriguez investigating.