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June 18, 2013 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont PD

June 7
Residential Burglaries:
4400 block of Stevenson Blvd. - At 2:10 p.m. officers responded to a reported residential burglary on the 4400 block of Stevenson Blvd. The burglary occurred between 10:15 p.m. and 1:45 p.m. The unknown suspect(s) first entered the side yard through an unlocked gate next to the garage. They then entered a side garage door had been left open, and entered the house through the interior garage door. The door knob latch was pried open with a screwdriver or similar type tool. The suspect(s) appeared to have done a very quick and brief search of the master bedroom. Jewelry was missing.

3700 block of Armour Court - At approximately 9:05 p.m. officers were detailed to a residential burglary. The front door had been "kicked in." Time of occurrence was about 8:50 p.m. The point of entry appeared to have been made through the front door. The front door was wide open and the door frame was shattered into pieces and scattered onto the floor. The dead bolt was still in the locked position. The front door appeared to have been forced open by kick or body weight. It appeared that the suspect(s) conducted a quick search. The bedrooms were not ransacked but a few closet doors had been opened. This residence had an audible alarm activation and the suspect(s) were not inside the residence for very long. Jewelry and accessories were taken. The suspect vehicle is described as 2000's Plymouth Voyager minivan, white in color. Possible suspects were described as a male and female in their 20's.


Residential burglary on Lake Garrison occurred within a 20 min window around 10:30 p.m. Entry to rear door investigated by Ofc Wright / FTO Blass.

A Honda was stolen at 3:40 a.m. The victim sees his Honda being driven away from storage units on Warm Springs. Ofc Allsup spots the vehicle at Automall / 880 and follows until more units can assist. Ofc Allsup activated her lights s/b 880 @ Hwy 237, where the sole driver/suspect, an adult male, immediately stops in the #4 lane and is taken into custody. The suspect was eating Jack in the Box and drinking a beer at time of stop.


June 8
A commercial burglary occurred on the 40900 block of Fremont Blvd. Entry via shattered front glass. Loss was cash. Case taken by CSO Codey.

Commercial burglary occurred on the 41000 block of Fremont Blvd. Suspect removed rear glass panel and entered. Loss was cash and jewelry. Suspect captured on video is described as white male adult, 45 years old, 6'00, thin, beard, balding hair, wearing purple and gold t-shirt, black pants, white tennis shoes and gloves.

Ofc. Macciola responded to Fry's Electronics on a reported petty theft. Fry's Loss Prevention personnel had detained an adult female for theft. Ofc. Macciola found that she had burglary tools on her person as well as an outstanding warrant for possession of drug paraphernalia. She was booked at Fremont Jail.

Officers responded to Patterson Elementary on a reported disturbance. Unknown subjects were reportedly throwing glass bottles on the campus. Ofc. Lobue arrived and a group of male juveniles fled from him. Ofc. Lobue caught one of the juveniles and took him into custody for resisting arrest.

The victim parked his car and walked toward his home on Lake Champlain when he was relieved of his wallet & phone at gunpoint by four suspects. Units flooded the area but did not locate the suspects. Investigated by Ofc. Wright & FTO Blass.


June 9
Loss Prevention personnel at Kohl's detained a male for theft who became uncooperative and assaulted them. Ofc. Stillitano arrived and arrested an adult male for robbery.


June 10
Loss prevention from the Rite Aid on Mowry attempted to detain a female for theft and she assaulted them with a bicycle chain and then fled. Ofc. Snow arrived and detained the female near Raley's. The 31 year old adult female, Hayward resident, was arrested and booked. Ofc. Madsen investigating


June 11
FPD Desk Ofc. M. Smith received a report of a stolen bicycle. Ofc. M. Smith learned that the suspect was attempting the sell the bike on Craig's List. Ofc. Perry coordinated a plan to locate the suspect with Ofc. M. Smith. Ofc. Perry located the suspect near Interstate 880/Thornton Ave. The suspect fled and a perimeter was established with the assistance of Newark PD. Officers eventually located the suspect hiding in the bushes near Interstate 880.

Officers were called to Medical Career College, 41300 block of Christy Street, where several callers reported a male with an AK-47 walking outside the school and pointing the rifle at the windows. Officers responded immediately and established a hasty contact team. The male was located at a family members business which is behind the building complex. He was in possession of several realistic looking air-soft guns. The 15 year old was reprimanded and released to his father. Sgt. O'Connell supervised this event.

Numerous callers at the Good Nite Inn reported a female screaming for help in the court yard with a broken arm. Officers respond Code 3 and learn that the female was robbed in her hotel room by a Hispanic male wearing a black hooded sweat shirt and a black male wearing a white button up shirt and blue jeans. The suspects were armed with a knife and the loss includes a purse and a laptop. The suspects fled in a silver sedan similar to a Pontiac G6. Further investigation revealed that the victim met the suspects through "Redbook." The victim jumped out of the third floor window during the robbery and suffered a broken arm. Victim was not cooperative. Case investigated by Ofc. Soper.

A commercial burglary at 37000 block of Niles Blvd. Entry was made through a smashed rear window of clothing store. Loss was clothing and a cash register.


June 13
A local restaurant was contacted via phone by a woman posing as a representative from PG&E. The woman informed the business that they were overdue on their utility bill. An employee obtained a MoneyPak from 7-11 as instructed by the suspect and paid the bill. The owner later checked his bill and discovered that he was current on all payments. Case investigated by Ofc. Dooley.

Grand theft of smart phone at Coronado/Thornton. Black Male, light skin, 6'1", muscular build with long dreadlocks riding a black cruiser bicycle snatched a phone from the hand of a pedestrian and rode off N/B Coronado. Ofc. Dodson investigating.

Three female victims were in a room at Motel 6 North and answered a knock on the door. A Hispanic Male, 20, 6', stocky build, and a White Male, 20, thin build forced their way in and robbed the victims of their purses and clothes at knifepoint. There were no injuries. Ofc. Meredith and FTO Baca investigating.

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