November 5, 2013 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD
Thursday, October 24
Officers responded to Washington High School in regards to a large fight. One juvenile student was knocked unconscious with the suspect walking southbound on Fremont Blvd. Sgt. Delema detains the juvenile suspect at Country/Fremont Blvd. Following the fight, the main aggressor walked westbound on Eggers and confronted a group who had witnessed the initial fight. The suspect Òsucker punchesÓ one student then fights another. There were a total of four victims with one of them going to a trauma center for their injuries. The juvenile suspect is booked into Juvenile Hall for felony battery. Case investigated by Ofc. Lobue.
Friday, October 25
An employee at the Mission Blvd. Ross Store in Warm Springs called to report an unknown male was outside of the store knocking on the front door wanting to get inside. The male was not an employee and the store had not yet opened for business. Ofc. Dias and Ofc. Singleton arrived and located an adult male near Ross. A replica firearm was located in his pocket. Officers searched the parking lot and located the adult maleÕs vehicle, which just happened to be an unreported stolen vehicle out of Fremont with another replica firearm inside the trunk. It was determined that the adult male had intended to rob the Ross Store at gunpoint. The adult male was arrested.
A female walked into the T-Mobile store at the hub and stole a cell phone off of the display wall. The female fled in a gold Pontiac with a towel covering the license plate. Sgt. Swadener located the suspect/suspect vehicle on Blacow Rd. near Thornton. Sgt. Swadener followed the vehicle S/B on I-880 until marked units conducted a traffic stop and contacted the driver. The adult female was identified and arrested. Ofc. Ehling provided information that the female was likely also wanted by another agency for a similar crime.
A 43 year old adult male, Oakland resident, stole several items from Lucky on Mowry Ave. When confronted by security, he tried to escape but was captured in the parking lot after a struggle. He was arrested and booked by Ofc. Hanrahan for petty theft w/ a prior.
Officer Wright is sent to 5300 block of Twilight Common to investigate a residential burglary. When she arrives she meets with the homeowner who cleared the house herself. Officer Wright learns that the victim claimed an unknown suspect entered her house and stole cash and checks from a small cash box hidden in the bedroom. Officer Wright is investigating.
Saturday, October 26
Officers Perry and Layfield respond to the 38500 block of Royal Ann Common in regards to a large pit bull that attacked a juvenile and a male adult. The pit bull chased after the juvenile and bit his backpack. Officers Perry and Layfield attempt to place a pole snare on the dog. As they are attempting to maneuver the pole snare, the dog aggressively attacks them. Ofc. Layfield discharges his Taser, which is met with negative results. The pit bull continues to attack Ofc. Layfield and Perry and they both fire two shots, missing the dog. The dog returns to a backyard when the owner shows up. Following the incident and based on the aggressive behavior of the pit bull, the pit bull is transported to the animal shelter for safekeeping and follow-up by Animal Control Officers. Sgt. Bocage supervised the incident.
Sunday, October 27
A commercial burglary occurred on the 37500 block of Dusterberry Ave. The suspect is a white male adult with a goatee and wearing a black hoodie, possible driving a newer VW Passat. Suspect smashed the front glass door with a large paver. Loss was the cash register drawer.
A commercial burglary occurred on the 3600 block of Thornton Ave. Unknown suspect(s) threw a rock through the front window and gained entry into the business. Loss was the entire cash register.
Officer Stone responded to a report of a shoplifter in custody at FryÕs Electronics. Officer Stone arrested a 25 year old adult female for theft and outstanding warrants.
Monday, October 28
At noon, a caller reported that their home, located on the 4300 block of Pecos Ave, had been burglarized sometime during the morning.
Tuesday, October 29
At approximately 3:00 a.m. unknown suspects entered a residential garage on the 5300 block of Shamrock Common through an open overhead garage door. Once inside the garage, the suspects ransacked the two unlocked vehicles inside and took several electronic items.
Officers responded to the 43500 block of Grimmer Blvd. at approximately 9:50 a.m. to investigate a burglary of two storage rooms at an apartment complex. The burglary occurred sometime between 4 p.m. on the 28th Ð early morning of the 29th. The unknown suspects gained access through a small window on the second floor and then pried open two storage doors. The owners were unable to determine the loss at the time of the report.
Officers responded to the 4800 block of Paseo Padre Pkwy. on a suspicious circumstance call that turned out to be a residential burglary. The homeowner returned home and found the front door open and her dog sitting outside. Officers responded and conducted a protective sweep of the house prior to the homeowner entering. They found no one inside, but the house had been burglarized. Time of burglary was sometime during the day. All of the exterior doors were open, along with the side gates, but it was likely that they entered through a rear door that had been left unlocked. The family room had been ransacked and electronics were all disheveled and along with the master bedroom. The homeowner was unable to determine that loss at the time officers were taking the report.
Wednesday, October 30
Sgt Snelson checked a license plate near Peralta / Paseo Padre. The Honda came back stolen out of Mt View PD. Sgt Snelson was able to relocate the vehicle as it pulled in front of a residence on Peralta. The 33 year old adult male driver was arrested for the stolen vehicle.
Officer Haugh is investigating a case where a male has exposed himself several times at Fremont/Blacow while in a silver VW sedan.
An employee at the laptop repair shop at Charter Square confronted a burglar and prevented any loss. The suspect fled prior to police arrival. Investigated by Ofc. Soper.