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May 7, 2013 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont PD

April 29
Two males entered Jack in the Box (Irvington) with faces covered and a gun visible. They ordered the employees to empty the cash registers and safe. Suspects then ordered the employees to stay in stairwell as they fled the scene.
Suspect # 1 was described as a Hispanic male adult, late teens, 5'3", 150 lbs.
Suspect # 2 was described as an Indian male adult, 20's, 5'7" skinny, bald, ski mask, carrying a black messenger bag. Investigation by Ofc. Gonzalez.

April 30
Officers were dispatched to a residential burglary on the 38100 block of Camden Street. The burglary occurred sometime between 10:00 a.m. and 10:55 a.m. Unknown suspect(s) forced open the front door, breaking a large pane of decorative glass in the door. The home was ransacked. Loss included old vintage jewelry, a coin collection, cash and other small valuables.

Officers responded to a residential burglary that occurred sometime during the day. Unknown suspect(s) cut a screen of a bathroom window and pried the window. Loss included cameras, laptop, jewelry and other small personal items.

At approximately 10:30 p.m. several unknown males rang the victim's doorbell and asked for "Mike" on Crown Ct. They then tried to force the door open but the victim and roommate were able to hold the door shut. The subjects then fled in a white Chevy Cobalt and the homeowner gave chase all the way to Union City, but lost the vehicle on Alvarado near 880. We received this call approx. 10 minutes late.

Suspect #1: Black Male approximately 5'6' tall and approximately 170 pounds wearing a white shirt. The victim stated there were three other black males in the suspect vehicle, however he could not describe them.

Suspect Vehicle: 2012 White Chevy Cobalt, 4-door with a Nevada license plate.

Ford 550 truck was stolen from Holiday Inn (Albrae). Owner noticed the truck missing and checked GPS which placed the truck in Hayward. HPD checked the area with negative results. Truck still outstanding. Case investigated by Officer Settle.

A male and female crime team damaged a mailbox on Beethoven Co., but did not gain entry. Vehicle was a black Honda 2-door, possibly a Civic. Case investigated by Officer Meredith/ FTO Austin.

On April 30th, at 4:52 p.m. a victim reported the theft of her black specialized "crossroads" 18 speed road bike from the Fremont Station. The victim parked her bike at 10:00 a.m. and secured the bike to a bike rack using a cable lock. When she returned to the station at 1600 hours, she discovered her bike was stolen. The victim estimated her loss at $400.

May 1
Safeway security watched a team of two people stealing items. They attempted to stop the male who hit the loss prevention officer in the face and ran to his car and fled out of the lot. The vehicle is described as a White Chevy Lumina. He is described as a Black Male, 35, dark complexion with dreadlocks. The female half was contacted inside the store as she was trying to dump merchandise out of her concealed bag. She was arrested and booked out at Santa Rita. Ofc. Haugh investigating.

34500 block of Pueblo Tr. A black male adult with a black towel wrapped around his face attempted to grab the necklace from the neck of a returning resident. He was unsuccessful and ran off into the darkness. He was described as 6', 180-190 lbs, muscular build.

May 2
A citizen called and reported several young males vandalizing (graffiti) the AT&T building located near Adams St. The suspects fled the area and Ofc. Lambert recognized the suspect's description s as being similar to juveniles who walked away from the Seneca Center earlier in the day. Officers flooded the area and eventually located the suspects. The juveniles were indeed the truant juveniles from the Seneca Center. All were issued truancy notices and returned to school. The act of vandalism was unsubstantiated. Incident investigated by Ofc. Lambert.

Vehicle Theft at the 300 block of Mowry Ave - A vehicle was brought in by a dealership for smog. The keys were left in it and a white male adult, mid-20's, 509, med. build, with brown hair cut in a flattop took the vehicle and drove away E/B Mowry. Vehicle is a "08 Scion B, white in color, with AMC paper plates. Ofc. Zargham investigating.

At approximately 11:00 p.m., Officer Piol attempts to stop a vehicle for running a red light, spreading and straddling two lanes of traffic. The driver pulls into the Fremont Arms Apts and heads to the back of the complex at a high rate of speed. The driver then bails and a foot pursuit ensues. The driver is caught near the west end of the complex, but fights with Piol. He's subdued and taken into custody with the assistance of arriving officers. The suspect is a 35 year old adult male, Fremont resident. A search of the car reveals a silver revolver in plain view and empty beer cans. The suspect was on parole for assault with a deadly weapon and had an active search clause. A follow up search of his apartment yields a couple of crank pipes. He was taken to Santa Rita and booked for the following: felon in possession of a firearm, obstructing/resisting, battery on a police officer, DUI and illegal possession of a firearm.

Officers sent to Los Dos Amigos for a brandishing a weapon case on reports of a suspicious male waving a knife and acting odd. Upon arrival Officers were directed to the south side of the Pakwan Restaurant. Officers Taylor and Dodson arrive just in time to see two men fighting in the parking lot. They believe a stabbing is in progress. Officers manage to get the two subjects separated. When things settle one of the subjects goes to jail for assault with a deadly weapon. He is a 26 year old adult male.

A homeowner called just before 7:30 a.m. and reported a male rang the doorbell at his residence on the 300 block of Lippert Ave. The suspect, along with two other suspects, attempted to open a sliding screen door at the rear of the residence. The suspects noticed the homeowner and fled the scene. Officers checked the area, but were unable to locate the suspects. Case investigated by Ofc. Sanders.
#1 - white male juvenile, 15-16 yrs, 5'07", skinny build, wearing black hoody, black baseball cap and black pants
#2 - Hispanic male adult, early 20's, 5'10", skinny build, wearing dark hoody and blue jeans;
#3 - Unknown Description.
SUSPECT VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: Full size pickup truck with no front plate and a large front grill.

A residential robbery occurred between 9 a.m. - noon. Entry was made via and open bedroom window. The homeowner may have scared off the suspects as they didn't appear to have been at the home long. Loss is currency.

Sometime during the day unknown suspects entered the home in the 5800 block of Northland Ter via the front door, possibly by kicking it. It appears the suspects conducted a speedy search and removed small valuables. Officers noticed video surveillance cameras in the neighborhood and will try to follow up with the HOA to retrieve video.

Sometime during the day unknown suspect(s) entered the home at 400 block of Calistoga Cir by kicking in a side garage door and then entering through an unlocked door leading into the interior of the home. Suspects had also tried to open a sliding window. Loss is a jewelry box and jewelry. Possible suspect vehicle is a gray Ford F250 pickup truck carrying bicycles in its bed.

Unknown suspects entered the home at the 41700 block of Higgins Way sometime during the day via a garage window and removed several items including a camera, laptops, tv's, jewelry, watches and currency.

At approximately 1:25 a.m., two suspects enter the 7-11 on Sundale Dr. with guns and rob the front clerk. The suspects were wearing dark clothes and masks. They were last seen leaving northbound from the business.

This 7-11 gets robbed at about 2:25 a.m. Similar description as the earlier incident, two suspects wearing dark clothing. One suspect had a small black handgun in this incident.

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