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May 6, 2014 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD

Friday, April 25
Washington Hospital security detained a 50 year old adult male trying to steal copper wire from a construction site on the east side of the hospital. Officer Perry arrested the 50 year old adult male for petty theft, narcotics paraphernalia, and a probation violation.

Saturday, April 26
Officers responded to investigate a residential burglary on the 41700 block of Paseo Padre Pkwy. Entry was made through a pried rear window. Loss is gold, iPad, cash and personal documents. Case documented by CSO Allen.

Sunday, April 27
Officers investigated a commercial burglary at the Malhi Auto Care. The front glass door was shattered and cash was removed from the register.

At approximately 4:25 p.m., a victim at Centerville Park reported that he was robbed at gunpoint by 3-4 Hispanic males associated with a light brown vehicle. As that call was coming in, another victim called to report the same suspects had attempted to rob him. The area was searched without success. Investigated by Ofc. Ramsey and FTO Samayoa.
Suspect Description: Hispanic male, approximately 18-20 years old, with shoulder length wavy hair. Suspect seen leaving in a vehicle with 2-3 other Hispanic males.

Officers were dispatched to Walmart on Osgood Rd. after two males left out the emergency exit carrying clothes and shoes. They fled the area in a U-Haul pick-up truck. Case investigated by Officer Hernandez.
Suspect Descriptions: Suspect #1: Hispanic or South Asian Indian male adult, about 40 years old, 5'10'', regular build, black hair, black beard, last seen wearing a black jacket, black shirt, and black pants. Suspect #2: White male adult, about 40 years old, 5'10'', medium build, blond hair, blond mustache, last seen wearing a long sleeved grey shirt, and black pants.

Monday, April 28
At approximately 5:10 p.m., Loss Prevention from the Safeway in Warm Springs called to report that two suspects stole several cans of baby formula and fled in a red Hyundai. The loss prevention officer followed the suspects and watched as they then went across the street to the CVS store. While the trunk was open, they could see several additional boxes of baby formula. Officer Malcomson caught up to the suspects driving on 880 at Stevenson Blvd. He followed the suspect vehicle as it exited the freeway and until it got to the Holiday Inn Express on Albrae Street. Once sufficient units arrived, a traffic stop was made and both suspects were arrested without incident. The suspects, a 21 year old adult male, Oakland resident and a 24 year old adult female, Oakland resident, were both booked for burglary.

A McDonaldÕs Mission Pass employee called to report two suspicious men inside a vehicle parked in the parking lot, one of which was wearing a mask and had a gun. The reporting party described the vehicle as a newer white Mercedes. The caller last saw the vehicle northbound on Mission Blvd. Sgt Mahboobi spotted a similar white Mercedes driving westbound on Driscol Rd. A traffic stop was conducted in the area of Apricot and Chadbourne. The vehicle was only occupied by one male and a search of the vehicle yielded McDonalds food but no mask and/or gun. Officer Hernandez documented the incident in a suspicious circumstances report.

Tuesday, April 29
At approximately 9:40 a.m. officers responded to a report of a disturbance at a storage facility. The reporting person told dispatchers that her purse had been stolen from her unlocked vehicle. Officer Stone investigated and located the victims purse in a different storage unit, however an iPad and wallet belonging to the victim was missing. Officer Stone was able to develop information that led him to the recovery of the iPad and the arrest of a 38 year old adult male, Fremont resident and a 49 year old adult female, Fremont resident for possession of stolen property and drug offenses. The stolen property was later returned to the owner.

At approximately 7:00 a.m. CSO Gott and CSO Aguirre responded to the 46100 block of Fremont Blvd to investigate a commercial burglary that had occurred during the night. Multiple storage containers were broken into and construction tools and materials were taken.

Officers responded to a residential burglary on the 46000 block of Fernald Common. Sometime during the day, unknown suspects removed a screen from a window and opened an unlocked window. The suspects took small electronics, tablets/computer, a bike and a purse.

A victim reported his $80, 2014 black, Granite Peak 26 inch menÕs 4 speed mountain bicycle was stolen while it was cable locked on the north side of the station between 7:30 a.m. Ð 6:10 p.m.

Wednesday, April 30
Officer Stillitano investigated a burglary from Marshall's where the suspects stole several thousand dollars in merchandise. Officers are working with loss prevention and Detectives to coordinate follow up.

Thursday, May 1
Officer Hunt conducted a traffic enforcement stop near the intersection of Canterbury and Peralta and arrested a 32 year old adult male, Fremont resident, for two outstanding warrants and possession of stolen property. He was in possession of property that had been stolen during a residential burglary back in July from Rustica Circle in Fremont.
Officers were sent a battery at the Hub CVS. The area security guard claimed he was hit by an unknown male who fled the area before officers could arrive. Officer Collins arrived in the area and began looking for the suspect. Officer Collins located the suspect in the Lakeview apartments attempting to hide. After the investigation it was determined that the 31 year old adult male was in possession of needles/syringes and
heroin so he took a short trip to Santa Rita.

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