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December 10, 2013 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Geneva Bosques

Friday, November 29
At approximately9:00 a.m. officers were flagged down near the intersection of Mowry Ave and Paseo Padre Pkwy by a citizen who wanted to report that his vehicle had been stolen. His silver 1996 4-door Honda Accord, license plate 3NNA513, was stolen from in front of his residence sometime during the night on the34100 block of Cartwright Place.

A 53 year old adult male, transient, was caught by loss prevention at Walmart on Albrae St. cutting open packages. No theft, but he was received into custody by Officer Kindorf for vandalism and possession of burglary tools. He was booked into our jail.

Swings and midnight officers were tied up early in the shift (8:30 p.m.) with another large gathering of car enthusiasts in the Costco lot at Pacific Commons. Officers were called to the area on reports of reckless driving. Several callers reported what looked to be a "car show" and gathering of more than 150 vehicles. Upon arrival, officers observed a burgundy Mustang spinning its wheels out, causing smoke. The driver was cited for reckless driving in off street parking and allowed to park the car. Four CHP units assisted with the eveningÕs traffic enforcement.

CSO Allen responded to take a residential burglary report at approximately10:45 p.m.on the39500 block of Logan Dr. The burglary occurred sometime during the evening hours. Unknown suspect(s) entered the home via an open window. The suspects conducted a methodical search, only looking for cash and quality jewelry.


Sunday, December 1
At approximately 9:50 a.m. CSO Baca responded to the 46100 block of Research Ave to take an auto theft report. Unknown suspects took the victimÕs 2001 light green Lexus GS300 bearing license plate 4NIV723 from the rear parking lot of Motel 6 (south). Based on video surveillance it appears the suspect entered the victims hotel room and took the keys to the Lexus as well as the keys to a Honda Accord, a laptop, a leather jacket and iPod.
The suspect is a Hispanic or white male adult, 18-25 years old and was wearing a white and red hat with blue lettering, a dark sport coat with white sleeves, jeans and white shoes.

At 11:45 a.m. CSO Aguirre responded to the 4200 block of Bay St to take a stolen vehicle report. A black 1994 Honda Accord 4-door bearing license plate 6JSX624 was taken from the parking lot sometime between 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

At approximately 12:20 CSO Aguirre responded to the34600 block of Wells Ave to take a late reported residential burglary. The burglary occurred between 10:30 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. on November 30th. The unknown suspect(s) removed several window screens and broke two dual-pane windows to make entry into the residence. Loss is jewelry.


Monday, December 2
At approximately 12:40 p.m., officers were dispatched to an address on Morada Ct. after a neighbor witnessed two adult males running from a neighboring residence. The two men got into a red Prius and it left the court. At about the same time we received an alarm activation from the victim residence. Officers checked the area for the suspects, but were unable to locate them. Officer Snyder handled the investigation.
Suspect #1: Hispanic male adult, early 30's, 5'06", with short black hair wearing a green sweater.
Suspect #2: Hispanic male adult, 30's, approximately 5'06", short curly black hair no clothing description provided
Suspect #3: Driver of the vehicle, no description
Suspect Vehicle: Red newer model Toyota Prius

At approximately 6:30 p.m., officers responded to the 44000 block of Laurel Canyon Way to investigate a residential burglary that had occurred sometime during the day. The suspects entered a side gate and defeated a lock on the back window of the residence to gain entry. Officer Peters arrived and learned that a red Toyota Prius was seen in the area between 2:30 p.m. Ð 3:00 p.m., which sounded similar to the vehicle used in the burglary mentioned above. The driver was described as a South Asian Indian adult male.
Officers responded to a residential burglary that occurred on the 4100 block of Eggers Dr. on 11/30/13 at approximately 12:30 p.m. Unknown loss, but excellent video of the suspect was obtained.

BART report:
A victim reported his 2007 red Toyota Yaris was burglarized while it was parked and locked between 7:30 p.m. Ð 7:00 p.m. The driver side window was smashed, and the interior of the vehicle was ransacked.

A victim reported his light blue 6 speed bicycle (unknown model) was stolen while it was U locked near the food vender between 8 a.m. Ð 6 p.m.


Tuesday, December 3
A resident on the 1700 block of Firth Court reported someone knocked on his front door. Moments later, the resident heard the suspect open an interior garage door. The suspect fled the scene when he heard the resident begin to investigate the situation. Officers responded to the area and located a 22 year old adult male, Fremont resident, fleeing the scene. The maleÕs clothing description and other physical evidence (shoe prints) linked him to the crime. The 22 year old was arrested and transported to FPD and booked for Burglary.

CHP Air Support unit contacted dispatch regarding a lo-jack hit in the area of Fremont Bl and Automall Pkwy. Officers Dodson and Hanrahan converged on the area and located the stolen vehicle on Charleston Way. Further investigation revealed the car had been ÒdumpedÓ several days ago. Nice teamwork with CHP, dispatch a patrol officers. According to the victim, this was the 3rd time her car had been stolen.

At approximately 9:10 p.m., Officer Lobue responded to a disturbance at the Glenview Apts. The caller stated that his ex-girlfriend, a 33 year old adult female, San Jose resident, was pounding and kicking on his door. She also began screaming and then threw rocks at his window. The caller advised that he thought she was intoxicated. Officers attempted to make contact, butthe femaleran and attempted to jump over a wall. In the end, she goes to jail for resisting arrest and for tampering with a fire alarm at the complex.


Wednesday, December 4
At approximately 5:00 a.m., a reporting party calls Fremont PD to report a suspicious male trying to force open the locked doors to his business in the 34200 block of Fremont Blvd. The business is a laptop repair shop and the reporting party is watching from inside the business via closed circuit television. As officers respond, the reporting party provides updated information that the male is trying to break the doors open with an object. Officer Madsen is first on scene and spots a white pick-up truck leaving the business. Officers Little and Wright spot the vehicle and make an investigative stop near the intersection of Fremont and Decoto Rd. The truck is driven by a 23 year old adult female, San Jose resident and she has with her, a bloodied male passenger who is identified as a 35 year old adult male, San Jose resident, who happens to be on parole for burglary.
As officers are figuring this incident out, Dispatch receives a call of a late reported burglary at a business in the 42000 block of Blacow Rd. Similar modus operandi with the suspect in that case, matching the description of the adult male passenger in the pick-up truck. The male/female burglary team also matches other similar recent burglaries. Ultimately, the passenger and his ÒBonnieÓ are arrested for burglary and were transported back to meet with Burglary Detectives arriving to work for their shift.Managed by Sgt. Shadle.

At approximately 7:00 a.m. a caller told dispatch that his beige 1991 Acura Integra 2-door, bearing CA license #6WLD357 was stolen sometime during the night from the parking lot of their apartment complex (Countrywood Apts). Officer Francisco responded for the report.

At approximately 8:10 a.m. CSO Anders responded to take an auto theft report on the 4200 block of Vincente Street. The victim stated that her grey 1993 Nissan Altima was stolen sometime during the night. Later in the day CSO Goralczk was dispatched to a stolen vehicle recovery report. The victimÕs Nissan was located in the parking lot of 34905 Newark Blvd at approximately 5:35 p.m. by Newark PD. The vehicle was not burned, wrecked or stripped. No suspects were located.
Officers responded to Lorenzo Terrace to investigate a stolen red 2006 4-door Saturn Vue bearing CA license plate 5WDX147. The victim stated that the vehicle had been taken without his permission sometime during the night.

Officers responded to the 3800 block of Darwin Drive to investigate a stolen vehicle. The reporting party stated that sometime during the night, his maroon 1995 Nissan Sentra 4-door was taken from in front of his residence without permission.


Thursday, December 5
Unknown suspects used a torch to remove padlocks and take construction tools from the area of Union St/Washington Blvd sometime during the night.

Sometime during the night unknown suspect(s) gained entry into a business on the38000 block of Martha Aveby breaking the glass of a door and window. Approximately 500 pairs of designer sunglasses were taken.

Officers were dispatched to what they initially believed was theft at the CVS store located at the Hub. Two female suspects, 28 years old and 31 years old, both Oakland residents, attempted to steal alcohol and baby formula. As they were leaving the store with the goods, an employee attempted to stop them. The 28 year old suspect threatened to beat up the employee so the employee, in fear, went back into the store to call 9-1-1. Officer Little spotted the suspect vehicle (Silver 4-door 2006 Chevy Malibu) as it was driving westbound on Mowry. Officers stopped the vehicle and the two suspects were identified and arrested for robbery. The driver of the vehicle, a 34 yr. old adult female, claimed to have no knowledge of the theft. She was cited for possession of an open container in her vehicle. Case investigated by Officer Nordseth and FTO Sasser.

At approximately1:30 a.m., Officers were dispatched to the parking lot of Claim Jumpers at Pacific Commons for a report of a drunk male causing a disturbance. Officer Settle arrived and found the suspect standing next to a vehicle with a flat tire. Officer Settle attempted to speak with and then detain the suspect, who was later identified as a 20 year old adult male, Fremont resident; however, he failed to comply with commands and began to step towards Officer Settle and challenge him. In the end, the adult male was Tased and transported to WTH for medical treatment. Officer Settle placed the 20 year old man on a mental health evaluation hold because he made several statements about wanting to die. As assisting officers were interviewing witnesses to the incident, we learned that prior to police arrival; the 20 year old suspect stopped a security guard in the parking lot and attempted to carjack him. He had physically pulled the security guard out of his car, claimed he had a gun and threatened to kill him if he didnÕt let him have his vehicle. Officer Settle is the case agent and is seeking criminal charges against the adult male for robbery carjacking and resisting/obstructing after he is released from the mental health evaluation hold.

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