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November 19, 2013 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD

Friday, November 8
An impromptu car show/gathering brought hundreds of vehicles and car loads of people to the In & Out and Costco parking lots from 8:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. This was by far the largest gathering weÕve seen in some time. Responding officers invited five CHP units to assist with numerous car stops, cites, tows, etc. Thank you CHP!!!

Saturday, November 9
At approximately 6:10 p.m., a black male adult, approximately 25-30 years old, 5'10", 180 lbs, wearing a black hoodie, blue jeans, black gloves, and black shoes with white soles used a handgun to rob the Arco gas station at Stevenson and Blacow.

Sunday, November 10
At approximately 2:45 p.m. a resident on Magellan Dr called 911 to report that two males and one female knocked on her door then went into her backyard and tried to pry the slider. They were scared off and were last seen fleeing the area in an older red Dodge Dakota truck. The witness described one suspect as a white male adult, olive skin, 30 years, baseball hat, short hair, gray shirt and wearing pants.

Monday, November 11
CSO Anders investigated a commercial burglary on the 42000 block of Technology Drive. The burglary occurred sometime over the weekend. Loss reported was three laptop computers.

At approximately 3:40 p.m. Officer Perry continued follow up in reference to a grand theft of two bicycles from outside Target at the Hub on 11/8. Officer Perry was able to identify a 40 year old adult male, Hayward resident, who earlier in the day had been rummaging through vehicles in front of JackÕs restaurant as the suspect. The same man had also been arrested shortly after midnight by Officer Little for drunk in public after he took a knife into Safeway. Officer Perry was able to locate the adult male who has been creating havoc on the Fremont Hub property tonight and after an interview, the suspect showed Officer Perry where he had stashed several stolen items, including City of Fremont property. The 40 year old adult male was arrested and booked for grand theft, receiving known stolen property and for a probation violation.

The manager of CasperÕs Hotdogs at the Hub reported that a male exposed himself to her and her children as they exited the restaurant. The male, a 26 year old Fremont resident, was located across the street at the Islander Motel. The victim returned to the scene and positively identified the suspect. He was arrested and booked by Officer Dodson for indecent exposure.

What started out as a disturbance at the storage lockers behind the old Home Depot on Albrae quickly escalated to an assault with a deadly weapon. The suspect struck the victim in the head with a large metal pipe after arguing about money owed. The victim was transported to a trauma center with a serious head injury. The suspect, a 53 year old adult male, Fremont resident, found out he was being arrested and complained of chest pains. He was also transported to a hospital to be medically cleared prior to be booked into Santa Rita Jail. Officer recovered the 5Õ metal pipe that was used. Several witnesses drove away and declined to get involved. Investigated by Officer Peters.

At approximately 3:40 p.m. Officer Perry continued follow up in reference to a grand theft of two bicycles from outside Target at the Hub on 11/8. Officer Perry was able to identify a 40 year old adult male, Hayward resident, who earlier in the day had been rummaging through vehicles in front of JackÕs restaurant as the suspect. The same man had also been arrested shortly after midnight by Officer Little for drunk in public after he took a knife into Safeway. Officer Perry was able to locate the adult male who has been creating havoc on the Fremont Hub property tonight and after an interview, the suspect showed Officer Perry where he had stashed several stolen items, including City of Fremont property. The 40 year old adult male was arrested and booked for grand theft, receiving known stolen property and for a probation violation. He is due in court on the 13th.

At approximately 10:00 a.m. officers responded to investigate a residential burglary on the 4600 block of Pardee Ave. The burglary occurred sometime in the early morning between 8:00 a.m. Ð 10:00 a.m. A suspicious person was seen in the area and sitting in front of the victims residence around 9:15 a.m. The person was described as a Hispanic male adult, about 40 years old with a mustache, last seen wearing a white t-shirt and sitting in a black Toyota 4-door type vehicle. The unknown suspect forced entry through the front door and conducted a messy search for items of value.


Tuesday, November 12
Officers responded to a liquor store in the Charter Square Shopping Center where an unknown suspect smashed a window with a large rock to commit a commercial burglary. The suspect entered the store through the broken window and proceeded to go behind the counter where he took cigarettes and liquor.

Officer M. Smith was dispatched to a local hospital where he contacted a 31 year old female victim who had been beaten in a bathroom at Central Park at approximately 9:30 a.m. The victim was walking the lake when she entered one of the bathrooms. The victim was confronted by three females who proceeded to hit her. The victim suffered injuries to her entire body. This incident appears to be an isolated and targeted attack. Officer M. Smith is investigating the case.

Between 10:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., an unknown suspect entered a residence on the 2200 block of Lockwood Ave without permission. The unknown suspect entered the home via the exterior side garage door by using bodily force. The loss consists primarily of costume and silver jewelry.


Wednesday, November 13
CSO Baca responded to take a stolen motorcycle report on the 400 block of Rancho Arroyo Pkwy. The caller said that he last saw his red and black 2008 Honda 600RR motorcycle with rear plate #AFVET4U at approximately 9:00 p.m. on the 12th.

CSO Aguirre responded to the area of Litchfield Ave/Stonington Tr. where a green 1994 Honda Civic 2-door with a license plate of 3HMS749 was stolen sometime during the night.

At approximately 4:25 p.m. a UPS worker reported that a male had just stolen a package that had been delivered and when confronted he ran into an address on the 3300 block of Great Salt Lake. A neighbor told the caller that the man had also been seen trying to get into vehicles on another street. While officers were on their way to the call, another person from inside the house came out and returned the package to the UPS employee. Officers arrived and determined a robbery had occurred and arrested the 22 year old adult male suspect in the home. He was direct booked to Santa Rita. Officer Hunt investigating.


Thursday, November 14
At approximately 12:55 p.m. Officers responded to the 3100 block of Country Drive to investigate a scam where the victim lost $1,000. The victim told officers that she received a call earlier in the morning from a man whom she believed was her grandson. He told her that he had been in a traffic collision and needed to borrow $1,000 to fix his vehicle. He told her to go to Rite Aid and purchase a green dot prepaid debit card. Believing this was true, she did as he asked and gave him the pin numbers. The real grandson called a little while later and she realized that she had fallen victim to a crime. The money on both cards was transferred to another card and Officers are following up on this case.

-Please be very careful and alert your neighbors of phone scams such as this. Many of our recent cases have involved the request to pay by to obtaining a Green Dot prepaid cards or a Money Pak prepaid card.

While walking to work from the Goodnite Inn, a 36 year old adult male was robbed of cash. The suspect, described as a black male in his early 40Õs, approximately 6Õ, medium build, wearing a green jacket and khaki pants, simulated a weapon and ordered the victim to give him cash. The suspect fled on foot. Officer Sanders handled the investigation.

Officers responded to a residential burglary on the 43300 block of Gallegos Ave. An Unknown suspect entered the home during the night, but no loss was reported.

Officers were dispatched to an interrupted commercial burglary at Orchard Supply Hardware. A security guard responded to an alarm at the business and saw the suspect flee out a rear door after loading items into a shopping cart. The suspect was described as a Hispanic male, 18-25, short goatee, wearing a gray hoodie, baggy shorts, and black shoes. Officers cleared the building and checked the surrounding area with negative results. Case investigated by Ofc. Macciola.

From BART PD
A victim reported that his $300 - 2009 Schwinn menÕs road bicycle was stolen while it was cable locked at the bike rack between 7:00 a.m.- 4:50 p.m.

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