May 13, 2014 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD
Friday, May 2
Three juveniles suspects entered Dale Hardware and stole a tool used to break car windows. The suspects fled in a green 2011 Ford Fiesta (6TDZ040), which was found to be stolen out of Oakland. Officer N. Johnson handled the investigation. Suspect Descriptions: #1 black male dressed in a black shirt and black pants; #2 Hispanic male dressed in a gray baseball cap, blue hoodie, and #3 Hispanic male with a plaid scarf and a black hat.
A 1999 Honda Accord was stolen off the 46500 block of Paseo Padre Parkway.
Saturday, May 3, 2014
Officer Stark and FTO Magana received a LoJack hit on a 2005 BMW X5, stolen out of San Jose, which led them to the 4400 block of Central Ave. Contact was made at the residence where two subjects were detained. The BMW was recovered from the garage via a search warrant authored by Officer Stark. A marijuana grow was also found inside the residence. San Jose PD will conduct follow-up on the recovered vehicle and Major Crimes will be following-up on the marijuana grow. Sergeants Crandall and OÕConnell managed this incident.
While entering Hwy880 at Fremont Blvd. (south) on Thursday night (05/01), a motorist heard a loud bang and later found apparent bullet holes in his vehicle. The incident was reported today and Officer Ceniceros documented it in a report.
Officer Stillitano followed up on his burglary case from Marshall'son April 30th and authored a search and Ramey warrant. Officer Stillitano served the search warrant on E Street in Hayward this afternoon with other Zone 1 officers. The suspect, an 18 year old adult female, Hayward resident was not present at the time of the warrant service, but Officer Stillitano was able to recover multiple purses from the original burglary. Officer Stillitano tracked down the 18 year old to her place of employment in Pleasanton and arrested her for commercial burglary. Officer Stillitano likely disrupted an organized theft ring.
Officer Huiskens was dispatched to a call of a robbery near the intersection of Peralta Ave. and Bouquet Trerrace. The suspect pointed a handgun at the victim and demanded her iPhone. The suspect fled in and older gray four-door, similar to a Honda or Toyota, which was occupied by two other adult males. The suspect was described as a Hispanic male, 23-24 years old, 5Õ5Ó tall with a stocky build. He was last seen wearing a black t-shirt and blue jeans.
Officer Meredith was detailed to the area of Stevenson Blvd. and Leslie St. to check for a stolen vehicle. The victim had been in Great America and had her purse stolen earlier in the day. Inside her purse were her keys and two iPhones. After filing the theft report, the victim went to the parking lot and found that her car had also been taken. After getting home, the victim used the "WhereÕs My iPhone app" and found one of the phones was showing to be in the area of Stevenson Blvd. and Leslie. Officers responded and located the stolen vehicle. Due to the large number of apartments, they could not determine where the phones were. About 3:00 a.m., two 17 year old male juveniles entered the car and were placed under arrest. Both suspects were in possession of one of the stolen iPhones. Vehicle and phones were recovered.
Officers were detailed to Canyon Oaks Ct. regarding a male knocking on a door, asking for help. The male advised the resident that he had been stabbed. Upon arriving Officer Perry located the male who had stab wounds to his upper body. A female suspect stabbed him and then also took his blue Mercedes and fled the area. The male was treated by Paramedics Plus and transported to the hospital. The incident took place at the Niles staging area, which is East Bay Regional Park jurisdiction. EBRPPD responded and took over the investigation. The injuries did not appear life threatening.
Sunday, May 4
A 1998 green Honda Accord (CA Lic. 4LWE770) was reported stolen off of Lincoln Ave. and was investigated by CSO Gott.
A well known adult male was up to his shenanigans again and tried to steal some booze from the Bottle Shop. The adult male was issued a warning trespass notice. Case documented by Officer Sasser.
A grand theft of two new cellular phones from the AT&T store occurred out at Pacific Commons. The two suspects were both described as being black male adults in their late 20's. At least one suspect was carrying wire cutters to defeat the security cable. Case taken by Officer Singleton.
A locked mystery car crashed into a residentÕs garage and Porsche Boxster. The owner, a neighbor, claims he was inside the house and knew nothing about the car. Case investigated by Traffic Officer Zambonin.
Officer Ramsey arrested a 47 year old adult male, Fremont resident, for petty theft from Whole Foods.
Officer Settle was dispatched to Wal-Mart Osgood to investigate a theft. A 40 year old adult male, San Jose resident had been detained by loss prevention and was arrested for stealing various items.
Monday, May 5
Officers responded to the 2800 block of Sterne Place to investigate a residential burglary that had occurred sometime between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Reported loss was personal documents.
At approximately 2:15 p.m., a female victim reported that she was walking eastbound on Davis Street in the area of the Lincoln Glen Apartments on Stevenson Blvd. when a male ran up to her and snatched a gold chain from her neck. The victim sustained large scratches on her neck from the suspect. The victim waited approximately 30 minutes before calling police. The suspect was described as a white male juvenile, approximately 17 years old, 5Õ7Ó, black hair and a ÒskinnyÓ build. He was last seen fleeing in a white sedan. Investigated by Officer Harvey.
Tuesday, May 6
CSO Aguirre investigated vandalism at the Kaufman and Broad construction site located at Paseo Padre Parkway and Ardenwood Blvd. Unknown vandals spray painted a conex storage box with opinions of how the environment was being harmed by the new development.
Sgt. Miller was hailed by a construction worker on Campus Ct. The worker found a strange bunch of car parts in the tall grass. It turns out some thieves stole a 1998 Corvette from Hayward and actually cut the vehicle into about 4Õ long pieces. Amongst the remains was a VIN to confirm the vehicleÕs identity.
FPD Burglary Detectives followed up with the residential burglary from Royal Palm the day before. A search in Oakland resulted in the arrest of one suspect and recovery of some of the stolen property.
A victim reported his blue and gray Giant menÕs 21 speed mountain bicycle was stolen from the BART Fremont Station while it was cable locked at the station between 7:25 a.m. Ð 5:49 p.m.
Wednesday, May 7
Officer Meredith investigated a late robbery that occurred at RaleyÕson Tuesday. The suspects were described as three homeless males and the loss was a wallet and cash.
A residential burglary in the 4000 block of Tamayo, occurred between 11:00 am - 1:15 p.m. Investigated by OfficerGentry.
A residential burglary in the 38000 block of Canyon Heights. The incident occurred sometime before 6:00 p.m. Investigated by CSO Allen.
At approximately 9:20 p.m., an attempt residential burglary occurred on the 43000 block of Skye Rd. The suspects likely didn't know that residents were home and were scared off before they could take anything from the home. At this time, we have no suspect leads. OfficerTaylor in the case agent and is looking for neighborhood video for leads.
Thursday, May 8
Officers responded to a report of a theft of baby formula from the Fremont Hub Target. Loss prevention followed the suspects out of the store after the theft and called dispatch while they were following the suspects on foot. The suspects started to catch-on that they were being followed and began to discard their loot and run. FTO Kwok and Officer Collins found the suspects near the RaleyÕs shopping center and arrested a 24 year old adult female, Oakland resident and a 37 year old adult male, San Francisco resident for burglary. Their discarded loot was recovered.
A victim reported the theft of her silver Novarra hybrid bicycle from the Fremont BART Station. The victim parked her bike at the Northwest bike racks and secured her bike with a cable lock. Time of theft was from 08:30 a.m. Ð 5:23 p.m. Reported loss is $400.