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September 10, 2013 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont PD

Friday, August 30

At approximately 5:12 p.m. family arrived home on Tule Lake Ln. to see a suspect fleeing their residence and jumping the fence in their back yard. During the subsequent search an unrelated adult male matching the description of the suspect saw the police and took off running. He fled into a home and officers forced entry into his residence. Officers with the assistance of witnesses determined he was uninvolved and he was released. The suspect was not located. Investigated by Ofc. Lobue.

What originally came out as a beer run at approximately 7:10 p.m., from a business on Thornton turned into a resisting arrest case. Officers tracked the suspects to a residence on Alexander St. Upon contacting several suspects in front of the residence, one of the men, a 47 year old adult male, began challenging three officers. He decided to fight with them and was arrested for resisting arrest. Investigated by Ofc. Manrique.

At 12:50 a.m. Officers were dispatched to Bosworth Ct. for a shooting into a dwelling incident. At approximately 12:40 a.m., the victim hears a single gunshot then notices a large hole in the front door. The bullet also goes through a bedroom wall. A round is recovered along with the shell casing. Investigation on-going.

Saturday, August 31

At approximately 10:00 a.m., officers responded to a report of a robbery near the 33000 block of Great Salt Lake Drive (Lowry Park). The suspect reportedly took the victim's puppy by force prior to fleeing the area. The dog was eventually released, but the suspect kept the leash. Officers arrived and quickly located a suspect matching the description. The male ran into his residence and officers set up containment. The man exited the home via his garage and did little communicating with officers and began exhibiting strange behavior. Officers learned from neighbors that the man suffered from a mental disorder. Armed with this information, officers were able to speak to the man in a way to safety convince him to obtain medical treatment. A friend also responded who assisted with communication. He was transported to a local hospital for a mental evaluation. The robbery report was unfounded.

Sunday, September 1

At approximately 12:20 p.m. Dispatch received a call informing them that a buildingon Encyclopedia Circle had a possible marijuana grow. Ofc. Chan located the grow with several plants. Major Crimes responded and took over the investigation.

At 5:15 p.m. officers were dispatched to a possible road rage incident near the intersection of Ardenwood Blvd. and Highway 84. Officers arrive and learn that three suspects attacked one victim. The victim was punched and struck with a bat and sustained a broken arm. The suspects fled prior to police arrival. A partial plate was given on the suspect vehicle. Sgt Miskella was able to locate the correct license plate which led officers to the34000 block of Frederick Ln. (Fremont). Three suspects (two adults and one juvenile) were identified and arrested.

Monday, September 2

Officers were detailed to a residence on Holly St where a cat-burglary occurred on August 12th of this year. The suspect from that incident was confirmed to still be in custody. Tonight, an unknown male suspect removed the screen from a window outside the fenced yard. No suspects are located. Officer Paiva handled the case.

Tuesday, September 3

At approximately 11:00 p.m. officers responded to a robbery that had occurred on Howe Court at approximately 10:30 p.m. The reporting party stated that he was walking near Howe and Robers when he was approached by four suspects who were driving a late model black sedan. The suspects asked the victim for directions and as he began to respond, one suspect produced a gun. As the one suspect held the victim at gunpoint they ordered him to empty his pockets. The victim complied and walked away. The suspects are described as:

Suspect # 1 - Hispanic male adult, 21-22 years old, 5'8" tall, medium build, with a long brown ponytail. Last seen wearing a black shirt and dark jeans. The suspect was armed with a black semi-automatic pistol. He was sitting in the front right passenger seat of the suspect vehicle.

Suspect # 2 - Hispanic male adult, 21-22 years old, 5'8" tall, medium build. Last seen wearing a black shirt and dark jeans.

Suspect #3 - Possible Hispanic male adult

Suspect #4 - Possible Hispanic male adult

Approx. one hour after the above noted robbery, identically described suspects robbed another male victim in the area of Guardino/Walnut. Investigated by Ofc. Meredith & FTO Austin.

Wednesday, September 4

At approximately 8:50 p.m., a female victim was battered and had her phone stolen at Walmart on Osgood Rd. by a male who fled in his vehicle. Investigation ongoing.

At approximately 1:05 a.m. officers responded to an alarm activation of a possibly commercial burglary. A suspect described as possibly Hispanic or South Asian Indian, light skinned, approximately 25-35 years old, 5'9" - 6', with a full beard, wearing a hooded sweatshirt and orange t shirt, used a river rock to smash out a window of Charter Square Liquors on the 34100 block of Fremont Blvd. Loss was California lottery tickets. Investigated by Officer Soper.

Thursday, September 5

Officer Meredith and FTO Austin located and arrested a 59 year old adult male after he stole toiletry items from Safeway at 5-corners in Irvington and fled down Union St. There have been multiple calls from Safeway regarding the same man in recent days.

A petty theft of beef jerky at Chapel 7-11 escalated into a robbery when the suspect punched the clerk as he fled the store. Investigated by Officer Paiva and FTO Taylor.

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