September 24, 2013 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Fremont PD
Saturday, September 14
Officers are sent to ascertain the problem call on Silverlock Rd. A frantic caller reported that a family member showed up at the house very upset. The family member, an adult female, knocked on the door the house and was allowed to enter, but all of a sudden she pulled out a gun and shot one round into the ceiling. Two juveniles and a second adult female were inside the house, but the caller ran outside. Officers responded and met with the original caller to begin obtaining information. Officer Luevano was able to call inside and convince the family to leave the house while the suspect was distracted. Officer Kennedy was in the back yard of an adjacent house and sees the suspect near the back of the house unarmed. ItÕs then learned (via Luevano) that the gun was taken from the suspect and hidden. Sgt. Epps leads a team to make entry and the female is arrested. A nearby PD calls and says that they are looking at the female as a suspect in a case in their City. They arrive and take her into custody.
Sgt. Miskella located and recovered two stolen vehicles abandoned at 4444 Hansen. An hour and a half later, Sgt. Miskella responded to a vehicle accident and found that the owner of one of the recovered vehicles had crashed his car after it was released back to him. Might be time to get rid of that car!
Sunday, September 15
A caller reported that a male broke the glass door of a business on Milmont Dr, and then fled when he saw the reporting party. Units flooded the area but the suspect was not located. Investigated by Officer Torrico.
Officers investigated a residential burglary on the 48000 block of Carlsbad Rd.
Officers investigated a residential burglary on the 40400 block of Landon Ave.
Officer Madsen sees a 2004 Chrysler Sebring traveling at a high rate of speed east on Decoto Rd. By the time he catches up to it they are near 11th Street in Union City. The driver pulls over and officers contact a 17 year old adult male, who has an active felony warrant for stealing a vehicle. The Chrysler he was driving was also reported stolen out of Antioch. The adult male goes to jail.
Monday, September 16
At approximately 9:40 a.m. officers responded to a residential burglary that was possibly in-progress. An off-duty Fremont Firefighter reported a residential burglary in the 700 block of Honda Way.Ê The firefighter found the front door of the residence open when he arrived to check on the occupants.Ê Jewelry, cash and other misc. items were stolen.Ê Officer Chinn handled the investigation.
Tuesday, September 17
During the night unknown suspects burglarized a vehicle that was parked on the front lawn of a residence on Third Street in Niles.Ê The vehicle was ransacked, but the only item taken was a bag of elephant dung that the vehicle owner had received as a gag gift.Ê Appears they may have thought it was a bag of marijuana. ÊWe assume they must have been pretty shocked by the surprise!
Shortly after 4:00 p.m. officers respond to a bank robbery that had just occurred at the Wells Fargo Bank located in Irvington.ÊÊ Witnesses reported that three black male adults had walked into the bank and then yelled for everyone to get on the floor. The men are masked up with bandanas and no weapons were seen. Two of the masked men vault the counter and rummage through cash drawers. One bank employee gets thrown to the ground and one customer victim/witness goes to the hospital for chest pains (previous medical condition).Ê All three males run out of the bank with an undisclosed amount of money and jump into a waiting Ògetaway carÓ parked behind the bank. Officers quickly set up and begin searching, but the suspects are not found.
Wednesday, September 18
Officers were dispatched to the Carriage House Apartments for a motorcycle theft that had just occurred.ÊA patrol officerÊlocates the stolen motorcycle traveling in excess of 100 mph on SB 880 at Warren. A second officerÊcatches up and they attempt the stop the driver at 880 & 237. The suspect doesn't stop and continues to flee.ÊOfficer continued to follow for approximatelyÊthree minutes until the suspect exited onto surface streets in San Jose. The pursuit was terminated.Ê
Thursday, September 19
Sometime during the night unknown suspects gained entry to a business on Davenport via the wall of a neighboring business.Ê Loss is computer hardware and software. ÊCase investigated by CSO Aguirre.
At approximately 1:35 a.m. we received a call from a motorist who had just passed by MojoÕs and reported that 30 people including men, woman and security were in a fight. ÊThe bartender tells dispatch that they kicked everyone out and now everyone was fighting out front.Ê The crowd was running up and down Peralta Blvd. ÊHalf of the patrol shift was needed to clear the bar and surrounding parking lots (churches and Train Depot) due to the large crowd.Ê One person needed medical treatment for a head wound, so Fire responded.Ê ÊIn the end, no one wanted to be a victim or desired prosecution and officers requested multiple taxiÕs to get everyone home.ÊOfficers spend one hour on scene trying to sort everything out.ÊÊDocumented by Ofc. Allsup.
We have received several recentÊcomplaints regarding traffic in and aroundÊourÊschools in Fremont.ÊÊPlease feel free to log your complaints via our "traffic complaint" form at www.fremontpolice.org.ÊÊLogging your complaintÊwill get your school on the rotational list that our Traffic Division utilizes to prioritize patrol and enforcement efforts.
The Tri-City Animal shelter is currently full of adoptable pets.Ê We'll be open on Saturday from 11 am - 4 pm if you'd like to come byÊand meet some ofÊthem. You can also go to www.petharbor.com to view the shelterÊanimals online.