April 18, 2017 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD
Friday, April 7
Officer Watts and Field Training Officer Harvey made a traffic stop and subsequently arrested a 25-year-old man with two active warrants for petty theft and providing false information to a police officer.
Saturday, April 8
The manager at Lucky supermarket on Mowry Avenue called to report a man had stolen a large amount of merchandise from the store. He said the suspect was leaving the scene in a black Mercedes. Arriving officers located the Mercedes in the parking lot with a woman inside. She told officers that she was there with two men and that they were in the shopping center. Sgt. Crandall detained one of the men coming out of nearby BeckÕs shoes with shoes in his hands. The man quickly turned around and dropped the shoes behind a pillar. The shoes were later determined to be stolen, but BeckÕs did not desire prosecution. The 34-year-old man was later identified as the theft suspect. He was arrested and taken to the Fremont Jail. The second man was contacted and he and the woman in the car were released after it was determined they were not involved in the theft.
Sunday, April 9
A man called 911 after the neighbor to the rear of his house shot a hole through his sliding glass door. The man confronted the neighbor who told him it was a BB gun. When the man looked over the fence he saw the neighbor holding what looked like a rifle. Unsure if it was a BB gun or a real firearm, officers responded and surrounded the neighborÕs house. Officers made announcements over a public address system and two people came out of the residence. They complied with the officersÕ directions and when the investigation was completed, the BB gun was located inside the house.
A caller reported that a woman was lying on the grass along Liberty Street and was not breathing or responsive. Fremont police and fire department personal responded to the scene. The woman was pronounced dead at the scene. The Alameda County Coroner also responded to the scene and will investigate the cause of death.
Shortly before midnight, multiple Fremont officers responded to assist request from an East Bay Regional Park Police Officer with a high risk stop of a vehicle at Fremont Boulevard and Decoto Road. During the stop, a man in possession of a firearm ran from the vehicle to the rear of nearby businesses. Responding Fremont officers located the man on top of a box truck vehicle. The man fired his weapon at officers and they returned fire resulting in an officer involved shooting. The suspect was pronounced dead at the scene by arriving medical personnel. The case is still under investigation with assistance from East Bay Regional Park Police, Hayward PD, Union City PD, Newark PD, Milpitas PD, Fremont Fire and.
Monday, April 10
A Newark officer located a burning car on Campus Court in the Ardenwood area of Fremont with no one seen in the area. Fremont officers responded along with Fremont Fire Department personnel. The fire was extinguished and the vehicle was determined to be registered out of Newark. An investigation is continuing.