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May 21, 2013 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont PD

May 10
At approximately 12:20 p.m., Officer Fuellenbach documented a suspicious circumstance. A black male adult rang a doorbell at an address on the 35600 block of Goldsmith Dr. When the RP answered door, the male claimed he was lost and jumped into a white compact Chevy Cavalier or similar that left the area in the direction of Harrisburg. Citizen surveillance footage captured a 4-door white sedan type vehicle. A possible of 6XKT254, came back to a Chevy SUV out of Stockton, so the plate did not match the vehicle description. It is possible that the suspects removed the plate and replaced it with this one.
SUSPECT #1 - black male adult, 17-20 years, 5'10", 150 pounds, black short hair, wearing a dark grey long sleeve t-shirt with a dark grey zip up sweat shirt over the t-shirt and dark blue jeans.
SUSPECT #2 - Unknown race/sex (driver)

Residential Burglaries:
44400 block of Parkmeadow Dr - At approximately 9:10 a.m. officers were dispatched to a suspicious circumstance call. Officers located the front door of the residence open. After entering, officers discovered that the home had been ransacked and the rear door to the home had been forced open. It is unknown as to what the loss is at this time and when the burglary actually occurred.

3000 block of Colville Pl - At approximately 3:00 p.m. officers were dispatched to a suspicious circumstance call. The r/p called to report that they had just returned home to find that their back window was broken. No items were taken or removed. The incident occurred sometime between 10:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. A local neighborhood check revealed possible suspect information.
Suspect Information:
Suspect # 1 - black male adult, mid 20's, medium build with a round face, short buzz haircut with shave two "Shave lines" on the side of his head.
Suspect #2 - white male (no further description).
Vehicles:
-late 70's to early 80's maroon Buick.
-early 90's tan vehicle (similar to a Volvo).

4800 block of Mowry Ave - Sometime between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. unknow suspects entered the residence. Point of entry was via removal of screen and entering a bathroom window. A large television, laptops and other personal information was taken.

38800 block of Glenview Dr. - Sometime between 2:00 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. unknown suspects entered the residence via the rear slider. Loss includes laptops, computers and jewelry.


May 11
An armed robbery occurred at Kumar Jewelers on the 5100 block of Mowry Ave near Farwell at approximately 8:20 p.m. The victim was leaving the store and was accosted by a black male adult, 5' 6", wearing a black hoody (hood covering most of his face) and brandishing a black Taser. The suspect snatched a bag that the victim was carrying and hopped into the passenger seat of a red Saturn driven by an unknown person. Ofc. Zargham investigating and following up on possible video surveillance from the area.

At approximately 11:15 p.m. officers were dispatched to a residential burglary that had occurred on Parkmeadow Dr. sometime during the day. Unknown suspects gained entry by kicking in the front door. Investigated by Officer Chahouait.


May 12
At approximately 5:20 a.m., officers were dispatched to the 3900 block of Harlequin Tr. The r/p stated that she woke up to her garage door opening and when she looked outside she saw a female running from her vehicle that was parked in her driveway. The female looked in several other vehicles before running towards Beard Rd. The suspect was described as a white female, adult, 5'10", skinny build, bleach blonde hair, pale skin, with her hair in a bun. She was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with black pants. Loss was the garage door opener taken out of the unlocked vehicle. Investigated by Officer Allsup.


May 13
Several witnesses called 911 to report two males exiting a residence on Eggers carrying a TV. They were last seen leaving in a newer, white Honda Accord with a spoiler. Investigated by Ofc. Kindorf.

A 23 year old adult male drove his vehicle through a fence into the backyard of a residence on Lake Barlee Ln. The vehicle then collided into the house. The driver exited his vehicle and fled the scene of the collision. While trying to escape, he brandished a handgun at several citizens. Union City PD also received a call from a citizen who reported a suspect attempted to carjack him at gun point. A perimeter was established and K-9 Officers Dodson and Layfield responded for a search. In the end, the adult male was detained within the perimeter and positively identified by victims. The scene was supervised by Sergeant Cortes. Case investigated by Officer N. Johnson. The crash was investigated by Officer Dodson.


May 14
Officers were dispatched to Mission Blvd / Warm Springs Blvd on a reported road rage incident at approximately 5:55 p.m. As officers were en-route it was learned that the victim and suspect had pulled into the 76 gas station where the suspect stabbed the victim in the chest with a screwdriver as he (victim) was seated in the driver's seat of his car. The victim was transported to a local trauma center with non-life threatening injuries. The suspect fled. Ofc. Hanrahan is following up on this active investigation.

[On Friday, May 17, 2013, the Fremont Police Department's Street Crimes Unit arrested Bryant Salazar (San Jose resident) wanted in connection with the road rage/stabbing incident at the Union 76 Gas Station located at 46840 Warm Springs Boulevard.]

At 1033 hrs, a witness called to report a male had broken the rear slider of her neighbor's residence, then ran away when the witness yelled at him. The witness provided a great suspect vehicle description (red/gray, older Jeep Cherokee with ski racks) which resembled the description of a previous burglary. Officers were in the area almost immediately and SRO Luevano located the suspect vehicle on Coronado near Alder. SRO Luevano held the suspects at gunpoint until units arrived. The suspects were positively identified by the witness and arrested. Arrested were two adult males. Det. Franchi and Ofc. Ceniceros investigated.

At approximately 3:30 a.m., a citizen called to report his friend accidently caught on fire on Walnut Ave near Paseo Padre. Ofc. Contrada arrived and located the male who had just removed his burning clothing. The male had visible burn injuries and was transported to the hospital. The male apparently fell asleep on a bench with a lit cigarette in his hand which came in contact with vodka he had spilled and set his shirt on fire. Documented by Ofc. Meredith and FTO Austin.


May 15
Sometime between approximately 8:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. a residential burglary occurred on the 41900 block of Via San Carlos. Unknown suspect(s) gained entry via an unlocked door. An iPad, camera, keys and piggy bank were taken.

Sometime between 5/10 - 5/12 unknown suspects entered a residence on the 4100 block of Deep Creek Rd. Entry was made by prying a sliding door. Jewelry and electronics were taken.

At approximately 8:20 p.m. officers were dispatched to a residential burglary on the 3600 block of Wilmington Rd that occurred sometime during the day. Entry was made via a rear slider that was possibly left unlocked. Handbags, an iPhone and computer/laptops were taken.

A 2011 Suzuki motorcycle stolen from the Fremont Park Apartments on April 26th was recovered in Woodland, CA by Woodland PD. Case investigated by Ofc. Wilson.

In his ongoing quest to located stolen vehicles, Officer Wilson located a black 1996 Honda Accord 4-door in the area of Cassio Cir and Othello Dr around 3:30 a.m. This vehicle was originally stolen from San Jose and was a Santa Clara Co. Sheriff's report.


May 17
At 1033 hrs, a witness called to report a male had broken the rear slider of her neighbor's residence, then ran away when the witness yelled at him. The witness provided a great suspect vehicle description (red/gray, older Jeep Cherokee with ski racks) which resembled the description of a previous burglary. Officers were in the area almost immediately and SRO Luevano located the suspect vehicle on Coronado near Alder. SRO Luevano held the suspects at gunpoint until units arrived. The suspects were positively identified by the witness and arrested. Arrested were two adult males. Det. Franchi and Ofc. Ceniceros investigated.

A black male adult with a white bandana covering his face entered Camden Quik Stop. The suspect walked behind the counter and ordered the clerk to open the cash register. The clerk opened the register and the suspect grabbed and undetermined amount of cash and fled on foot. Case investigated by Ofc. Kwok.

The homeowner on Vincente was gone for four hours to find house burglarized. Investigated by Ofcr Hartman.


May 18
At approximately 7:20 a.m., a male victim called and reported that he had just been robbed at Motel 6 (north). The victim reported that the suspects fled to nearby motel rooms. Officers made an emergency response to the scene. The victim advised officers that he responded to a knock at the door and noticed one of his acquaintances. The victim opened the door and was immediately assaulted by three men. One suspect produced a handgun, pointed it at the victim and demanded money and other valuables. The suspects fled toward three motel rooms. Sgt. Harvey arrived on scene and coordinated a perimeter, evacuations and a tactical response. Investigation is ongoing.

Information was obtained that individuals were advertising an underground rave at a business on Albrae Street starting at 11:00 p.m. Sergeant Fowlie investigated and located the party starting. Zone 3 officers responded to assist. Turned out, an auto shop was emptied to accommodate the party and approximately 30-40 were already in attendance. The party was cancelled and Code Enforcement was notified.

Residential Burglary occurred on Barry Way between 8:00 p.m. and 1:00 a.m. Ofc. Taylor investigated


May 19
At 9:40 p.m., an armed robbery occurred at the 76 Gas station at the Franciscan Center on Warm Springs Blvd. Suspect robbed clerk of cash from register.
Suspect: black male adult, 30's, 6', wearing black hoodie, black hat, black ski mask and used a "white" gun. Last seen on foot SB Warm Springs. Investigated by Ofcr Haugh.

At approximately 10:40 p.m., an armed robbery occurred at Quik Stop on Luzon. Suspects robbed the clerk of cash from the register and the clerk's wallet. Two suspects described as black male adults, wearing black hoodies, some type of dark masks and at least one with a "silver" handgun. Investigated by Ofcr Hill & FTO Rodriguez.

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