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March 7, 2017 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD

Thursday, Feb 23
Officer Lastrape and Field Training Officer Gourley investigated a theft reported in the 39100 block of Argonaut Way. The suspect took the victimÕs wallet from inside the victimÕs purse which was in a shopping cart. The suspect was described as a black male in his late 40s with missing front teeth, about 5-feet-3-inches tall with a thin build. The suspectÕs vehicle was a white 4-door Infiniti with paper license plates.

Police officers investigated a residential burglary that occurred at the Durham Green Apartments. A witness reported seeing a woman exit an apartment through a window. The witness was able to get the license plate of the suspectÕs vehicle and share it with police. The suspect was described as a white female, between 20 and 25-years-old, with long and light-colored hair and wearing blue jeans with an unknown color top. Another suspect with the woman was described as a Hispanic man, between 20 and 25-years-old, heavy set with short buzzed hair at the back of his head, and wearing a dark baseball hat with a dark short-sleeved .The vehicle was described as an early 2000s tan-colored 4-door Honda Accord with heavy oxidation on the roof.

At 4:48 a.m. officers responded to a report of an auto burglary on Greenstone Common. Upon arrival, about eight vehicles were found vandalized. All of the vehicles were parked along the south curb line of Pecos Avenue and all had their front passenger windows smashed out. In almost all cases, the glove compartment and center consoles were open, contents were scattered and items were taken. The reporting party said that she saw two suspects, only described as black men wearing dark clothing, run to an older white 4-door sedan when they were noticed. Officer Burch handled the investigation.


Friday, Feb 24
Community Service Officer Romero investigated a report of a commercial burglary at a mausoleum in the 41000 block of Chapel Way.

Community Service Officer Anders investigated several auto burglaries in the 34500 block of Bluestone Common (in the same city block as the eight auto burglaries reported in the previous midnight shift). Video from a resident shows two suspects described as light-skinned black men in their 20s.


Sunday, Feb 26
Officers R. Smith and Singh were dispatched to investigate a suspicious vehicle near Willowood/Deadwood. The caller told dispatchers there was a man sleeping in a blue Honda Civic. The man was still asleep in the driverÕs seat when the officers arrived. Officer Smith verified the vehicle identification number on the car did not match the license plate. The man was awakened and arrested on a warrant, and additionally was found to be in possession of stolen property and burglary tools.


Monday, Feb 27
At approximately 11 a.m. a man wearing a surgical mask and gloves entered Hallers Pharmacy at Fremont and Peralta boulevards and showed the pharmacist a note on his phone stating Òno one would be hurt if he was given cough syrup with promethazine.Ó The clerk gave the suspect three bottles and the suspect left the store on foot with no further incident. The suspect was described as an Asian man.

At approximately 12:52 p.m., patrol units were sent to the Motel 6 on Fremont Boulevard in North Fremont after an employee reported seeing blood in a room and an unresponsive person on the bed. While units were responding, the reporting party added that there was a woman in the room yelling at the man to get up. Once police arrived, they determined that the man had cut himself accidentally on some glass from a window he had broken while arguing with motel staff. The man was treated at the scene for his cuts and the case was documented by Officer Collins and supervised by Sgt. Lawrence.

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