Tri-City Voice Newspaper - What's Happening - Fremont, Hayward, Milpitas, Newark, Sunol and Union City, California


October 8, 2013 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont Police Department

Monday, September 30:
A man posed as a job recruiter, contacted the victim and asked her to accept and deposit a check from his company into her bank account. The victim was then asked to forward 90% of the funds to a different account and keep 10% of the check as a bonus for her actions. The victim followed instructions and quickly learned that the suspectÕs check bounced. The victim was unable to stop the transfer of funds from her account. Officer Leopardi investigated the incident.

A victim listed her car for sale on Craigslist. A buyer contacted the victim and sent her a check which was double the purchase price. The buyer (suspect) asked the victim to deposit the check and wire him the amount of the overpayment. The victim became suspicious and called FPD. Investigation revealed that the suspectÕs check was a duplicated check. Officer Singleton investigated the incident.

At approximately 10:15 a.m., officers were dispatched to a residential burglary in progress in the 38000 block of Overacker Ave. Neighbors observed two suspects fleeing the victim residence carrying appliances and other items. Officers and Detectives searched the area but were unable to locate the suspects.

Suspect #1 Ð Hispanic male adult, 20Õs, 5Õ06Ó, 150 lbs., wearing a dark colored baseball cap, red/black jacket and dark jeans.
Suspect #2 Ð Hispanic male adult, 20Õs 5Õ11Ó, 165 lbs., wearing dark colored shirt and pants.
Suspect vehicle: White Minivan (Dodge or Chrysler).

A resident reported an in progress burglary at his home on the 44000 block of Ibero Way. ÊThe suspect knocked at the front door and then forcibly entered the rear of the residence. ÊWhile on the phone with the 911 Dispatcher, the victim could hear the suspect ransacking his home. ÊOfficers quickly arrived and discovered a broken rear door. ÊBased on the nature of the call, officers made an emergency entry into the residence. ÊOfficers located the victim hiding inside a closet. ÊThe suspect fled the scene just prior to officers arriving. Ê
SUSPECT DESCRIPTION: Êwhite male adult, short, thin build, no facial hair, white hat and a white jacket.Ê

Tuesday, October 1:
Officers were dispatched to a residential burglary that had occurred on the 4400 block of Richmond Ave. Unknown suspect(s) entered the home via a bedroom window. Loss was prescription medication, jewelry and personal documents.

Officers responded to a residential burglary on the 4500 block of Pardee Ave. Unknown suspect(s) entered the home sometime between 8:35 a.m. and 10:18 a.m. A neighborhood search for video surveillance shows someone in the front yard approximately five minutes before the victim returns home. Point of entry was an open window. Loss was laptops, cameras and jewelry.

Wednesday, October 2:
At approximately 9:00 a.m., officers responded to a battery report in the 38000 block of Logan Dr. The suspect walked up to the door of the residence, asked for the victim to come outside, then battered the victim. There have been ongoing disagreements between the victim and suspect. Officers located the suspect, a 20 year old adult female, and arrested her for felony battery due to the victimÕs injuries. Ofc. Leopardi handled the investigation.

Officers responded to a residential burglary on the 3000 block of Beard Rd. Unknown suspect(s) entered the home via a patio window sometime between 10:00 a.m. Ð 3:30 p.m. Officers are going to follow up with a neighbor who may have video. Loss was cash and jewelry.

Thursday, October 3:
We received a call at approximately11:05 a.m. from a resident on the 42700 block of Caldas Court who stated that an unknown man was in her backyard. The man initially knocked on the door and rang the doorbell. When no one answered the door, the man looked into a window and then walked into the backyard via a closed side gate. The suspect did not enter the residence and there was no loss reported. The man was described as an Asian male adult, late 30Õs, tall, slim build, black hair, wearing a white shirt and white pants rang. The suspect fled in a faded black Acura with a gold Acura emblem.

At approximately4:30 p.m., officers responded to take a residential burglary report on the 45900 block of Paseo Padre Pkwy. The burglary occurred during the day. Unknown suspect(s) entered the home by prying a sliding glass door. The house was ransacked. Loss was jewelry, office equipment, a purse and currency.

Home        Protective Services Classifieds   Community Resources   Archived Issues  
About Us   Advertising   Comments   Subscribe   TCV Store   Contact

Tri Cities Voice What's Happening - click to return to home page

Copyright © 2018 Tri-City Voice