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July 16, 2013 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont PD

Friday, July 5
A man advertised the sale of his vehicle on Craigslist and met a man - black adult male, 30 yrs, 5'10", 190lbs., short blk hair, no facial hair, white long sleeve shirt w/red shirt over it, black baseball cap, dark pants - in Milpitas for a test drive of his 2003 Nissan 350 2D Bronze 6VEK026. At some point during the test drive, the victim was battered and the vehicle was taken by force. The victim was taken to a local hospital, but due to the assault, he had trouble recalling details of the crime. Vehicle and suspect still outstanding. Case investigated by Ofc. Dias.

Officer Stone stopped a 2004 Mercedes E320 occupied by three people. The Mercedes was reported stolen out of Sacramento County. Officer Stone arrested a 44 year old adult male for vehicle theft and a 14 year old female passenger for an outstanding warrant.

Officer Gourley saw a male exit the CVS store at Brookvale Center carrying a case of Corona. When Officer Gourley attempted to stop the male, he put down the case of Corona and fled west bound across Fremont Blvd. The subject, a 21 year old adult male, was caught on Tamayo at Becerra. Officer Gourley confirmed the alcohol was stolen from the CVS and arrested him for theft.

Officer Meredith and FTO Samayoa investigated a shooting at an inhabited dwelling case in the 37000 block of Briarwood. The victim located a bullet that had gone through his front screen door. The victim believed it occurred sometime during the night of July 4th.

Fry's Electronics called in a grand theft that had just occurred at their store on Osgood Rd. The suspects fled in a blue Saturn. Security was able to obtain a license plate (CA 6FZS195). The Saturn came back stolen out of Union City. Snare was invoked but the suspects and vehicle were not located.

Officers responded to the intersection of Paseo Padre Parkway/Stevenson Blvd. to investigate a collision. A juvenile on a bike was riding southbound on PPP in the bike lane when he was clipped by a vehicle in the #3 lane and knocked to ground. He suffered injuries as a result. No suspect info. Investigated by Ofc Nevin.

At about 11:25 p.m. a robbery occurred at Fast & Easy Mart on Ardenwood Blvd. The suspect was a black male adult in his 20's, wearing a hoodie and was armed with a black handgun. Suspect was last seen getting into a dark green or black Nissan with red paper plates driven by a black female. Officer Madsen handled investigation.

Saturday, July 6
A suspect entered the McDonalds on Decoto Rd. wearing a blue /white bandana over his face. He asked for money while keeping his hands in his pockets. Suspect was a black male adult, 30-35 years old, wearing a black "hoodie." Suspect left without any money and was last seen going towards Fremont Blvd. Officer Lobue investigated.

Sunday, July 7
A citizen reported that an unknown man and woman were exiting a residence on the 4500 block of Mattos Drive holding several items, so multiple officers respond to the possible in-progress residential burglary. The front door of the residence was open and there was property found lying on the ground. Witnesses also observed the suspects carrying large containers and overheard one suspect state "hurry up" as they left the scene. The suspects fled the scene in a white SUV.
Ofc. Francisco checked the area and observed a similar vehicle in a nearby shopping complex. Ofc. Francisco detained a male as a female walked into a nearby restaurant carrying a duffle bag. Officers quickly located the female suspect exiting the restaurant. She was detained after attempting to conceal the duffel bag. Ofc. Nevin located the duffel bag in the men's restroom of the business. The suspects possessed stolen property from the burglary and additional property from several recent residential burglaries. The two were arrested for residential burglary.
Due to the large amount of recovered stolen property and the large number of identified victims, Detective Lambert was notified and responded to assist. The vehicle the two were using was stolen late Saturday night or early Sunday morning from another residence in the Glenmoor area. The vehicle had been left unlocked and a spare set of keys was left in the vehicle. Stolen property from several recent auto burglaries was also located inside the vehicle. The investigation provided evidence that the suspects have been on a crime spree spanning several days. Case investigated by Ofc. Roberts.

Union City PD units follow a car into our city, which crashes into a retaining wall on Decoto Rd at Fremont Blvd. One passenger flees from the suspect vehicle. Two juveniles remained in the vehicle and were transported to a hospital for non-life threatening injuries. The vehicle was an unreported stolen vehicle out of Hayward. UCPD handled the criminal portion and Officer Chahouati handled the traffic collision. The fleeing passenger was not located. Sgt. Shadle supervised incident.

A 41 year old adult male is confronted by Fry's store security as he exits the store. He fights with security and flees prior to police arrival. Ofc M. Smith and Ofc Stone locate the suspect's vehicle in the parking lot. He is subsequently identified in a lineup and arrested for robbery at his residence.

Monday, July 8
Two commercial burglaries occurred over the weekend on Parkside Drive at medical offices, investigated by CSO Aguirre.

Ofc Ceniceros investigated the theft of a white U-Haul van from the Grimmer store.
Ofc C Tang was flagged down at Mission View/ Fremont Blvd. by a juvenile victim of strong arm robbery that had just occurred. Ofc C Tang located two 17 year old juvenile male suspects both who were just down the street. Force used was a punch to the face, taken was gold chain, gold watch, and gold bracelet - All items were recovered.

Officers were dispatched to Lopes Court on a vicious dog call. The caller stated that two vicious dogs were running loose in the area of Lopes Ct. and Grimmer Blvd. Officers arrive and find two German Shepherds that were taken into custody and placed into Animal Control lockers. The dogs' owner was not located.

At approximately 12:00 a.m. an unknown suspect wearing a black Halloween mask, armed with a small revolver robbed the Jack in the Box on Fremont Blvd. in Centerville. Loss was cash and personal items belonging to employees. The suspect at one point donned the drive-thru headset and told drive-thru customers to stand-by a moment, as he robbed the place. Suspect appeared to have inside knowledge of the business protocols.
Suspect Description - South Asian Indian male in his 20's, 6', green eyes, wearing gray hoodie, blue jeans and a black Halloween mask, armed with a small revolver.

Tuesday, July 9
At approximately 3:45 p.m. officers were dispatched to a residential burglary on the 3800 block of Village Terrace. The burglary had occurred on 7/08/13 between 6:00 p.m. - 7:15 p.m. Unknown as to how the suspect entered, the reporting party was not sure if the front door was locked. Jewelry was taken.

CSO Codey investigated a commercial burglary at the Warm Springs Public Storage. Loss included Minnesota Vikings paraphernalia and at least 50 pairs of women's shoes.

Thursday, July 11
A victim on Condon Street called about a male and female knocking on their door and trying the door handle. Ofc. Perry detained a 19 year old adult female and a 25 year old adult male. They were identified and placed under citizen's arrest for prowling. They are itinerant sales people from the east coast.

Officers were detailed to an alarm at 4:15 a.m. and find window smashed out of Shop Rite on Paseo Padre Pkwy. Review of surveillance shows a Ford U-Haul van was used to smash the window. Although an ATM machine was present, it was not stolen (like the Mission Liquors incident two weeks ago). Loss tonight was liquor. Suspect was male, wearing blue coveralls with name patches and a ski mask with eye holes cut out. Officers checked the local U-Haul store based on the Mission Liquors case and it appeared secure. Investigated by Ofc. Luevano.

Officers respond to alarm call at Round Table Pizza in Warm Springs and find glass removed from the door. Ofc. Piol investigating.

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