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May 27, 2014 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD

Friday, May 16
Officer Haugh investigated a suspicious circumstance where a 10-year-old male was walking home from Hirsch Elementary at approximately 4:00 p.m. when he was asked by a male who was sitting inside a car if he wanted a ride home. The male juvenile became scared and ran home. The car was parked on Carol Ave, near the intersection of Chapel Way. The subject was sitting in the driverÕs seat and was described by the child as a Hispanic male adult or Indian male adult, 30 years old, with black hair styled in a spike. The car was described as an older 4-door sedan, blue in color with rust. The male did not make any other movements towards the juvenile after he made the comment. A Nixle alert was sent out to the community on Saturday morning and the Fremont Unified School District was notified. Detectives are following up on the case and looking into a possible second incident from April that may be related.

Saturday, May 17
Officer Francisco observes a suspicious vehicle parked at the Chevron gas station at Fremont and Cushing and makes contact with the occupants. None of the three occupants had any form of picture identification. The vehicle had expired registration and as Officer Francisco was in the process of searching the driver for weapons and identification, the driver became combative and was arrested for obstructing a police officer. The 31 year old adult male, San Jose resident, was arrested and one of the officers received a minor injury as a result. The other parties were released without incident and the vehicle was towed.

Officer Hunt and Zone 2 officers served a search warrant in Union City based on an active burglary investigation conducted by Officer Hunt. Some of the stolen property was recovered at the Union City address and an associate was cited for unlicensed driver.

Officer Roberts followed up on an armed robbery from the previous night, involving a landlord and previous tenant. Officer Nordseth was at the jail on an unrelated case, when the suspect, a 40 year old adult male, Fremont resident, approached him and told him he was the suspect in this case and he had the firearm with him. The male was arrested for robbery.

Monday, May 19
Officers responded to an interrupted residential burglary on the 4500 block of Alhambra Dr. The homeowner returned to their residence and saw the suspect leave the home. The suspect was described as an 18 year old Asian male wearing a gray hoody.

An auto theft occurred on the 3400 block of Little Ct. where a 1994 Saturn was stolen.

A victim parked his green 1993 Nissan Mini-van in the Mowry Lot on May 9, 2014 at 7 a.m. The victim returned at 8 p.m. and discovered someone had removed his CD player from his dash. The victim had left his window partially open for air. The victim reported the loss was $150. The victim made a phone report and the officer completed a report.

Tuesday, May 20
At approximately 7:05 a.m. officers responded to Ariel Ave in reference to a reported in-progress auto burglary. While en route to the call, officers were advised that the suspect had just fled west. Later in the morning, the same subject was spotted jumping a fence by a different witness
Suspect Description: White male adult, mid 30Õs, 5Õ7Ó-5Õ9Ó in height, 170 to 190 pounds, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with the hood up, a black back pack, black jeans and with a black and grey beard approximately one week growth in length. The suspect was carrying a long bar.

At approximately 8:30 a.m. officers responded to the 34700 block to investigate a commercial burglary at Chat Patta Corner. The burglary likely occurred sometime during the night. The unknown suspects broke glass in the front door to gain entry. Cash was taken. Case investigated by CSO Aguirre.

Milpitas Police called to report that they just had a few auto burglaries at the McCarthy Ranch Shopping Center and wanted us to be on the lookout. Pacific Commons security was notified and one auto burglary was subsequently reported at Pacific Commons.
A red 2-door 2006 Mini Cooper (CA licence #5SXL426) was taken from the 4200 block of Corrigan Dr. Case investigated by Officer Luevano.

Officers responded to a disturbance on Langhorn involving possible weapons. A locksmith showed up at a residence to change locks at the request of homeowner. Apparently the renter didnÕt approve, punched the locksmith, went into the garage, and possibly retrieved a weapon of some sort. The renter yelled something about killing another person and then himself. The locksmith drove away from the scene and called us. Patrol officers set up on the house while trying to get more info from the locksmith, who subsequently returned to the scene. In the end, the renter, who was hiding in a rear yard shed, went to jail for terroristic threats. Case investigated by Officer Gentry/ FTO Burkhammer.

Wednesday, May 21
Officers responded to the CVS store in the Brookvale Shopping Center to investigate a theft. It was reported that two femaleÕs entered the store with empty bags and left with full bags, setting off security sensors. The two suspects described as black adult females, left in a silver early 90Õs Ford Taurus. Case investigated by Officer Martinez.

The windows at Chubby Burger on Thornton Ave were shot out by a pellet rifle sometime during the night. Case investigated by CSO Aguirre.

A witness called to report that two males had just been seen running out of a neighborÕs residence carrying property. They were driving a red, Toyota truck with paper plates. Officers fled the area, but the suspects were not located. The investigation revealed that the victim residence was a marijuana growing operation and the loss was most likely marijuana. The Major Crimes Task Force was notified and responded to the incident. Investigated by Officer Little and Det. Geibig.

We were hit with several auto burglaries at the new shopping center located at Warm Springs Blvd/Fulton. The suspect description was a black male adult, 30Õs, long braids, driving a green Honda Accord or Civic.

Officers responded to a residence on Glenmoor Dr. to investigate a burglary that had occurred. The suspects made entry by prying open the rear sliding glass door.

Officer Layfield attempted a bicycle stop near the intersection of Besco and Val. The bicyclist (later identified as a 32 year old adult male) refused to stop and continued riding until he reached the front yard of a residence on Besco Dr. The male then dismounted his bike and quickly walked toward the front door of the residence despite the officers attempt to stop him. Officer Layfield was able to get to reach the man just after he attempted to toss a bag onto the roof. The male pulled away, turned toward Officer Layfield, and assumed a fighting stance. Officer Layfield requested expedited cover and deployed his K9 partner Kalimero via his patrol vehicle remote door opener. K9 Kalimero jumped over a brick wall and apprehended the man, preventing the impending assault on Officer Layfield. A search of the discarded bag revealed approximately 1 ounce of suspected methamphetamine. After being medically treated for a dog bite, the 32 year old adult male was booked into Santa Rita and charged with resisting and possession of methamphetamine. Kudos to K9 Kalimero for his assistance!

Thursday, May 22
A stolen white Econoline van from Jersey Rd was located and recovered down the street. Case investigated by CSO Oliveira.

A white Honda Accord was stolen from King Ave. CSO Gott responded and took the report.

A white Ford F450 work truck towing compressor trailer was stolen from the area of Fremont Blvd near Clipper Ct. It was found in the bushes at 551 Brown RD. Case investigated by CSO Gott.

A white Dodge Caravan was reported stolen on Woodcreek. The case was investigated by CSO Oliveira.

A caller advised that two white male adults were seen with a handgun near Paseo Padre north of Isherwood. Multiple patrol units checked the area with negative results.

Officers were dispatched to the 48400 block of Milmont Dr on the report of a possible commercial burglary. The reporting party called the police after he saw two suspects running away from a storage container on the property. Several officers arrived on scene and set-up a perimeter. With the assistance of K9 Kalimero, officers searched the exterior of the business complex with negative results. Santa Clara SheriffÕs Office also provided a helicopter to assist with the search. Case investigated by Officer Hernandez. A special thanks to Santa Clara Co Sheriff's Office.

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