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April 1, 2014 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD

Tuesday, March 25
Officers responded to the 36400 block of Frobisher Drive to investigate a residential burglary at approximately 7:50 p.m. The burglary occurred sometime during the day and the home was ransacked. The unknown suspects likely forced entry via the front door. The initial loss reported was various electronic items, cameras and cash.

Officers were detailed to an auto sales dealer on the 38000 block of Fremont Blvd around 2:45 p.m. The reporting party informed officers that sometime during the night or early morning, a 1995 Honda was taken from in front of their business without permission. The 2 door white Honda Civic had black rims and clear "racing" lights over the rear tail lights.

A 2014 Chevy Camero was stolen off of Cushing Parkway. It was later found and recovered by Oakland Police in the area of 37th and Linden Street in their City.

A 1997 Honda was reported abandoned on Gertrude Dr. The vehicle had been stolen out of San Jose.

Ofc. Samayoa contacted a car load of male subjects near the staging area on Marshlands Road. While speaking with them and waiting for a cover unit, he noticed a pistol tucked into the map pocket behind the driverÕs seat. Multiple units arrived code-3. Further investigation revealed the pistol was a replica bb-gun and no crime was committed. Thanks to Newark PD for their quick response to the scene.

Officers responded to the area of the Central Ave 7-Eleven on the report of two suspicious males selling marijuana. In the end, a 20 year old adult male, probationer was arrested by Officer Macciola for possession of burglary tools.


Wednesday, March 26
While investigating a disturbance regarding a customer, officers received information about possible out-call prostitution taking place at the Extended Stay on Farwell Drive. Officer Little and his cover officers contacted the out of state occupants inside the room. They admitted to using the website ÒMyRedBookÓ and decided not to use Fremont for their activities.

At approximately 3:50 p.m. officers were detailed to a report of a residential burglary on Viento Drive. The unknown suspect pried open the side garage door and removed a high end toilet that was brand new in the box waiting to be installed in the home. The incident occurred sometime between 3/25 at 3:00 p.m. and 3/26 at 8:45 a.m.

Officers took a residential burglary report on the 4100 block of Ardo Street. The burglary occurred sometime between approximately 5:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. The unknown suspect(s) entered the home by prying the side garage door. The door into the home from the garage appeared to be forced open with a kick or body force. All of the bedrooms were ransacked. Cash, jewelry and electronics were taken. A resident in the vicinity of the area reported that at approximately 2:30 p.m. on the same day that a suspicious man and vehicle were in the area. The suspicious male was described as an Italian or Greek Male 18-20 years old, 5'-8" to 5'-9" thin build wearing a light grey hooded sweat shirt with hood on, dark colored pants and backpack. Possible suspect vehicle, grey Toyota minivan with NY plates, partial #C or G1948, or something similar, vehicle had mag wheels.

Officers responded to the 35500 block of Fisher Pl to take a stolen vehicle report. The white 1990 Acura Integra, bearing California license plate 2TYD859 was stolen sometime between 8:00 p.m. on 3/25 and 5:40 a.m. on 3/26.


Thursday, March 27
Officers responded to the4200 block of San Juan Ave on the report of a home invasion robbery. The victim reported that two black male adults committed a robbery and were possibly armed. The victim had arrived home and interrupted a burglary. One of the suspects pointed a handgun at the victim and stole her purse. The two suspects fled the residence in an unknown direction. Multiple units responded including Detectives and members of the Street Crimes Unit, but the suspects were not located. The suspects are possibly related to the below mentioned burglary on Balboa where a green mini-van was seen in the area. A mini-van was also reported in at least one other burglary earlier in the week.

Officers responded to take a burglary report on the 4700 block of Balboa Way. The unknown suspect(s) made entry via the dog door. The homeowner reported that the loss was jewelry and electronics. The suspects were described as two, dark skinned males wearing black hoodies and black pants, possibly associated to a green mini-van.

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