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February 11, 2014 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD

Friday, January 31
Officers responded to the 46500 block of Fremont Blvd to investigate a commercial burglary. Unknown suspects entered the building through an unlocked rear door. Once inside, two projectors were taken.

Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of Sundance Drive for a suspicious male who was asking for someone who doesnÕt live in the area. The suspicious man quickly ran off and got into his vehicle. He was last seen headed in the direction of Paseo Padre Pkwy. Due to recent mail theft and possible identity theft activity, he may have been attempting to steal mail. No theft occurred during this incident, but Officer Gilfoy documented it. The suspicious male was described as a Hispanic male adult, 40 years of age, 5Õ10Ó, 175 lbs., clean shaven, light colored pants and construction type shoes. He was driving in a dirty off-white ice cream type truck.


Saturday, February 1
Officers responded to the 2900 block of Villa Savona Ct. to take a stolen vehicle report. A silver 2005 Lexus ES330 4-door, with CA plates 5JJK465, was stolen sometime during the night.

Management of an apartment complex on the 38600 block of Lexington Ave called to report several trespassers inside a supposedly vacant apartment. Officers arrived and detained three inside the second floor apartment. During the interview, one of the suspects suddenly got up and fled out the back door. He jumped down to the first floor and then fled on foot through Washington High School. His true identity is not known at this time. The other two were warned for trespassing and released.

At 4:20 p.m., Officers responded to the LuckyÕs parking lot on the 35800 block of Fremont Blvd. to investigate a stolen vehicle. The vehicle was a tan 2013 Chevy Malibu 4-door. ItÕs believed that the suspect(s) stole the victimÕs purse from inside the store and then used her keys to steal the vehicle. The vehicle was located by officers within 10 minutes via Onstar.

At 8 p.m., officers responded to the 100 block of ÒIÓ Street to investigate a stolen blue and white 2003 Suzuki GSXR motorcycle bearing license plate #16S4988. The owner last saw the vehicle at 9 a.m. in the morning.


Sunday, February 2
A $2,500 check was stolen from the victimÕs mailbox and cashed at B of A in Warm Springs. Officer Ceniceros is investigating and following up on video surveillance.

At approximately 8:30 p.m., the owner of a vacant home on Kraftile Rd reported seeing flashlights inside the residence. The owner advised dispatch that the home had been vacant since December. Officers arrived and got a glimpse of a female through the garage window and discovered that the locks had been tampered with. Officers made numerous announcements and then breached the front door. A second round of announcements included the imminent deployment of a K9, which got their attention. A 46 year old adult female and a 39 year old adult male surrendered without incident and were arrested for trespassing.


Tuesday, February 4
At 7:25 a.m. officers responded to a residential burglary that had occurred on the 49000 block of Woodgrove Common sometime during the night. The unknown suspect(s) took a remote garage door opener and phone cords from a vehicle parked adjacent to the residence. The suspect then opened the garage door and ransacked a second vehicle parked in the garage, taking a pair of sunglasses. The door was closed, but the remote remains at large. There are no suspects at this time.

Officers responded to a residential burglary attempt on the 4100 block of Tamayo Street. The reporting party stated that someone attempted to force entry in their residence, by removing a window screen sometime during the afternoon. There was no loss.

Officers responded to a residential burglary on the 39100 block of Blacow Road. Sometime during the day, possibly at approximately 2:00 p.m. unknown suspects kicked in the front door of a residence. The home was ransacked and several items were removed from the house. A neighbor reported hearing a loud ÒboomÓ at approximately 2:00 p.m., but looked around and did not see anything suspicious. There are no leads or suspects identified at this time.


Wednesday, February 5
A large piece of laboratory equipment was stolen from a business on Mission Court sometime between December 2013 and January 2014. The equipment was valued at over $60,000. C.S.O. Aguirre investigated the theft.

Officer T. Bobbitt responded to a suspicious circumstance call at the Parkmont Gardens on Paseo Padre Pkwy. During her investigation, she made contact at an apartment that was identified as possibly containing squatters. She contacted an adult male parolee and a female who was on probation in the apartment. The female had outstanding warrants and the male was a parolee at large, so both went to jail. During the search, Ofc. Bobbitt located numerous items that appeared to be stolen including computers, ID cards, checks, credit cards, and other personal items. Case is ongoing as of this writing while Ofc. Bobbitt and Ofc. K. Samayoa try to track down victims.

Officer T. Bobbitt responded to a suspicious circumstance call at the Parkmont Gardens on Paseo Padre Pkwy. During her investigation, she made contact at an apartment that was identified as possibly containing squatters. She contacted an adult male parolee and a female who was on probation in the apartment. The female had outstanding warrants and the male was a parolee at large, so both went to jail. During the search, Ofc. Bobbitt located numerous items that appeared to be stolen including computers, ID cards, checks, credit cards, and other personal items. Case is ongoing as of this writing while Ofc. Bobbitt and Ofc. K. Samayoa try to track down victims.

Barns and shed we're burglarized at a property located on the 48400 block of Warm Springs Blvd.


Thursday, February 6
A work truck and a construction trailer were stolen while parked on Landon. Investigated by CSO Aguirre.

A female started her Lexus and went inside of her house to get her kids. When she returned to her vehicle, it was missing. Officer Sasser located the car parked at Motel 6 north and setup surveillance along with other units and Detectives. The suspect drove out of the lot and was able to slip by officers as he ran the light at Enea/ Fremont. Ofc Sasser terminated following the suspect as it continued onto n/b 880 and collided with numerous vehicles. The Lexus came to rest against the right shoulder barrier, just south of the Alameda Creek, and the suspect fled on foot in the eastbound direction. Witnesses and officers believed they had the suspect pinned down in the field just east of the freeway. K-9 OfcRomley volunteered to take a break from a class he was in and help out the shift. The anticipated search was broadcast over the PA system and the suspect showed himself and complied with the arrest. CHP ended up taking two vehicle crashes and our traffic unit documented the one in our City. The suspect was booked for stolen vehicle, evading, hit and run, and possession of burglary tools. Case taken by FTO Leopardi / Ofc Hernandez with assistance from numerous detectives and the entire traffic unit. Special thanks to UCPD who sent officers to assist with the perimeter.

Unknown suspects(s) entered into the victimÕs house on the 4500 block of Val Street, through the kitchen window. Loss was guns and electronics.

A female victim (home alone) on Corsica Place called when a male (no description) grabbed her ankle as she slept in her bed. She kicked the suspect and he fled into the backyard. Units flooded the area to no avail. Entry may have been made through an unlocked rear slider. Investigated by Ofc. Piol.

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