June 24, 2014 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD
Thursday, June 12
Auto Thefts occurred at 38900 block of Blacow Rd. of a white 2001 Chevy van; at Enterprise Rental on Peralta Blvd. of a silver 2013 Nissan Altima; and at 5800 block of Via Lugano of a maroon 1990 Nissan 300ZX.
At 2:05 p.m. Officer Magana responded to the Centerville KFC restaurant on a report of a missing 9-year-old male juvenile who was autistic and deaf. The juvenileÕs father stated he and his son were having lunch in the restaurant when the juvenile got up from their table and walked into the restroom. After a few minutes passed the father checked on his son and discovered he was missing. While the investigation progressed, FPD dispatch put out a Code Red (our highest level alert) and a Nixle message to the community. As officers checked their assigned quadrants citizens began to report information on possible sightings of the juvenile. At 4:12 p.m., a citizen reported seeing the juvenile near the intersection of Bidwell Ave and Trinity Way. Eagle 7 helicopter immediately responded and located a possible match of the juvenile. Sergeant Harvey was directed to the location by Eagle 7, and the boy located was determined to be the missing juvenile. He was reunited with his family.
Officers responded to 7 Eleven at Mission/Niles to investigate a report of a battery. The reporting party/victim stated he was punched and kicked by a heavily intoxicated male adult. Officers Taylor and Stark detained the suspect a short distance away from the 7 Eleven and the adult male immediately fought with officers when they tried to take him into custody. The adult male was handcuffed after a brief struggle and placed in the WRAP device. He was arrested for battery, obstructing/resisting and public intoxication.
A caller reported that and unknown suspect was looking through a window into his home located on the 40000 block of High St. The suspect was not located by responding units. Suspect described as a tall dark complected male, wearing red/black jacket and black pants. Officer Stark investigated.
A caller reported that a suspect was in his patio in the apartments located on the 4100 block of Stevenson Blvd.The caller followed the suspect to the area of Fremont Blvd/Bidwell Ave., where he lost him. The suspect was described as a black male in his 30Õs, wearing a black hat, black jacket and dark jeans. The suspect was not located. Officer Perry investigated.
A strong-armed robbery occurred on Beacon St in front of the Paragon Apartments. The loss was an iPhone and cash. The phone did not have tracking software. The suspect was described as a black male, 18-22 years, 5Õ7Ó, short hair, wearing a black t-shirt and black pants. Officer Stark investigated.
Friday, June 13
Officer Gourley was dispatched to Warner Industries on Fremont Blvd. for a theft of a work van that had just occurred. The van was described as a white Chevy Savana cargo van. A short time later, Sgt. Fowlie spotted the van on Fremont Bl at Chapel Way. Other officers responded and a high risk stop was conducted on Stevenson at Leslie. A 29-year-old adult male and Hayward resident was taken into custody without incident and booked for the stolen vehicle.
Saturday, June 14
A citizen called to report that a 38-year-old adult male intentionally backed his vehicle into another male near a residence on the 41600 block of Carmen St. The driver fled the scene and the victim suffered minor injuries as a result of the assault. The driver also hit a parked vehicle as he fled the scene. Investigation is ongoing.
Two stolen vehicles were recovered at an auto shop at Blacow and Central. The two Honda's were stolen off of St Mark in Newark earlier in the day. CSO Allen handled the recoveries.
A battery occurred at the Saddle Rack. A 26-year-old adult female was arrested after battering two security officers. Investigated by Officer Austin.
Officers investigated a second battery at the Saddle Rack. A 30-year-old adult female and friend of the above mentioned female, was contacted after she battered a customer. No prosecution desired. Investigated by Officer Wilson.
A BART Officer was patrolling the back lot at the Fremont Station. He then saw a suspect burglarizing a black BMW 535i. The suspect was arrested and a detective responded to interview the suspect.
Monday, June 16
Cold report occurred on June 13 at the Peppertree Apartments. Point of entry was via the rear slider. Investigated by CSO Gott.
At 11:45 p.m., a victim reported she was arriving home on Rockett Dr. when a suspect hit her in the head and fled with her purse towards Paseo Padre Pkwy. The suspect was described as having dark hair. Officer Nordseth conducted the investigation.
At 12:08 a.m., a victim on Sutter Dr. reported arriving home when a suspect hit her in the head and tried to take her purse. The suspect was unable to take the purse, but hit the victim in the face. The suspect is described as a black male, with a possibly dark blue hooded sweatshirt. The suspect got into a blue SUV driven by someone else. Officer Dooley conducted the investigation.
Tuesday, June 17
While in the area of the 4300 block of Crestwood Dr. Officer Haugh conducted a registration check on a parked black Honda Civic. The vehicle came back stolen out of San Jose with a suspect description of a Hispanic male adult in his 30Õs. Moments later, a Hispanic male adult and a female exit an adjacent residence and Officer Haugh and Stillitano make contact. During the investigation, the female provided officers with a ÒshavedÓ key. The male, a 32 year old adult male, San Jose resident, was under the influence and in possession of drug paraphernalia. The female was booked into Fremont Jail for receiving known stolen property and the male was booked into Santa Rita for: receiving known stolen property, under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, possession of a government ID, forgery and possession of burglary tools.
Wednesday, June 18
At about 6:45 a.m. a homeowner on Vista Del Sol looked out into his driveway and noted a dark green 2000 Dodge Durango parked in his driveway. The homeowner then noted that a 35-40 year-old Hispanic male wearing a blue hoody and blue jeans standing in the driveway. When the homeowner yelled at the subject, the latter said he was looking for his friend. The subject then fled in the Durango, which was found to be a reported stolen vehicle out of San Jose. The area was checked with negative results. Officer Sanders handled the investigation.
A 21-year-old adult female came to the Fremont Jail with her toddler child to visit an inmate. Unfortunately for her, she also had a felony burglary warrant for her arrest out of Sonoma County. Officer Dooley responded and arrested her. The female was taken to the Santa Rita Jail and a family member responded and picked up the child.