August 6, 2013 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Ofc Tiffany Bobbitt, Fremont PD
Friday, July 26
Around 5:20 p.m., a victim was walking west on Shalimar Circle when she observed the suspect approaching her from her rear. The suspect walked toward her at a fast pace. He reached over her left shoulder and pulled on the gold chain she was wearing around her neck. The victim began to scream for help. A neighbor heard the victim scream and ran to help her; the suspect ran away.
The suspect is described as a black male adult, 25-30 years, 5'06" and thin. He was wearing a black jacket and black hat. He fled in a newer black Audi 4-door with partial plate of "114" (last three digits). Investigated by Officer Paiva.
A resident on Commerce Dr reported their garage had been burglarized within the last few days during night time hours. The loss included music equipment and skateboards. Investigated by CSO Codey.
At 7:00 p.m., CSO Codey took a report of a grey 1997 Honda Civic (CA License #3WCN941) that was stolen from Rancho Arroyo Apartments between Monday 07/23/2013 and 07/26/2013.
Sunday, July 28
Officer Madsen saw a black older truck run a stop light at Nicolet and Fremont. Officer Madsen turns around to stop the truck and sees it speed away. The truck is seen traveling south on Fremont at a high rate of speed. Officer Madsen attempts to catch up, but the truck is too far ahead of him. The truck is eventually located on Stevenson just west of Fremont. The occupants fled and the truck was disabled as it sustained a couple flat tires after hitting the center median. A burglary kit was also located inside the bed of the truck. An area check was completed but the occupants of the vehicle were not located.
Monday, July 29
At approximately 9:10 a.m., Fremont Police received multiple "hold up" alarm activations from the Wells Fargo Bank located on Fremont Boulevard. The suspect entered the bank, armed with a small black handgun and demanded money. Employees gave the suspect money and the suspect fled toward Trimboli Ave. The suspect is described as a Black male adult, black leather hat, black sunglasses, black cloth covering face, red/blue shirt with stripes, jeans. Case investigated by Officer Roberts.
Tuesday, July 30
At approximately 11:15 a.m., a woman reported that a man grabbed her buttocks as she walked near the Petsmart (Fremont Hub). Officers checked the area for the suspect but were unable to locate him. Suspect is described as a White male adult, 6'00", tall, thin, light brown hair (3" long), last seen wearing a gray shirt and blue jeans. Officer Gilfoy conducted the investigation.
Target security called to report that they had a female adult (43 years old/Milpitas) in custody for stealing from the store. Security also advised the female had four juvenile children with her (three 13 year olds and one 14 year old). The female was arrested and booked at our jail. Three of the four juveniles received citations and were released at the scene. Investigated by Officer Wright.
Wednesday, July 31
A resident called to report that two black male juveniles knocked on the resident's door. When the resident did not answer, the two juveniles hopped the resident's fence and entered his yard. The resident scared them off and called PD. Officers responded to the area and located two juveniles walking nearby and they were identified as the suspects in this attempted burglary. Both juveniles were transported to Juvenile Hall. Investigated by Officer Paiva.
A window smash occurred at a business located at the Fremont Hub on 08/01/2013 at approximately 1:44 a.m. (per alarm activation). It is unknown what was stolen at this time. Investigated by Officer Chahouati.
Thursday, August 1
Officers were sent on a call of two suspicious males who were casing patron activity at the outside ATMs at the Bank of America on Beacon/Fremont. The conduct was similar to other calls we have received where suspects steal PINs and then access accounts right after the patron leaves, stealing their money. Officer Huiskens found the two suspects (26 years old and 27 years old) who were both out of San Francisco and had no legitimate reason to be hanging at the ATMs. Both had warrants and one was arrested for prowling.