August 8, 2017 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD
Friday, July 28
Officer G. Oliveira completed follow up from a July 17th case was a male was reported to be masturbating in the childrenÕs section of a retail store. After following leads and identifying the suspect, Oliveira obtained both an arrest and a search warrant. Sgt. Crandall lead a team of officers to the suspectÕs home where he was arrested and additional evidence was located. David Fluckiger, 28, of Fremont, was arrested on suspicion of committing lewd acts and taken to Santa Rita jail.
Saturday, July 29
At 12:29 a.m. a man called to report that he was robbed at gunpoint in the 46300 block of Mission Boulevard. An investigation showed that the man had answered a Craigslist ad regarding prostitution. The man was directed to a room at the meeting place and told to knock on the door. A woman answered the door and pointed a gun at the man and ordered him to hand over his money. The man complied, and then fled. The female suspect was last seen running and getting into an awaiting dark colored vehicle. She was described as a black woman in her 20s, about 5-feet-2-inches tall and weighing about 100 pounds with shoulder length brown hair and wearing a grey cloak, grey shorts and armed with a handgun. Officer C. Cordero is conducting a follow-up investigation.
Sunday, July 30
Officers were sent to the 41800 block of Blacow Road to investigate a strong-arm robbery. The victim connected with the suspects via ÒLetgoÓ app and wanted to purchase an iPhone. They agreed to meet at a park and conduct the transaction there. Once they met, the suspects robbed the victim and stole his wallet along with his phone. The phone was recovered nearby but the wallet and cash were gone. The suspects were described as black male adults. The first suspect was wearing a black hoodie, grey sweats and white shoes. The second suspect was wearing a dark blue hoodie. The victim thinks the suspects had curly hair. The case is being investigated by Officer Loughery.
At 8:08 p.m. officers were dispatched to a 911 call at Vallejo Mill Park at 37800 block of Mission Boulevard on the report of a vicious dog. While officers were responding, the caller said a dog was attacking two women and chewing them up. Arriving officers found two women whose hands were covered in blood attempting to control an extremely violent dog. Both women had already been bitten and the dog owner had a serious wound to her hand. The women were trying to break up a dog fight when one dog turned on the owner. Officers attempted to use a snare pole to control the dog; but the animal attacked the pole and violently shook it. Attempting to free itself, it eventually began to slip away from the noose. Because of the serious injury and the potential for further violence the dog had to be dispatched by one of the officers.ÊBoth women were taken via ambulance to the hospital.
Monday, July 31
Traffic Officer Hartman is investigating a hit and run accident where the victimÕs foot was run over at Fremont Boulevard and Nicolet Avenue. The suspect vehicle was described as a newer dark blue Nissan with a white female adult driver.
A victim posted his Adidas ÒYeezyÓ shoes for sale on Craigslist. He met with a potential buyer on the 47000 block of Warm Springs Boulevard. The buyer took the shoes and put them inside his car. The victim demanded money from the buyer and a fight started with the buyer punching the seller and stealing the shoes as well as the victimÕs cell phone. The victim was taken to a hospital for treatment of his injuries. The first suspect was described as an Asian male about 5-feet-7-inches tall with orange hair, a medium build and between 20 and 30-years old. He was wearing black/blue shoes and a black shirt. The second suspect was described as a black male in his 30s, last seen wearing a blue hot, a multi-colored button-up shirt and black shoes. Their vehicle was a 2000s silver 4-door BMW 325. The case is being investigated by Officer Gigliotti.
Tuesday, Aug. 1
At 10:08 a.m. police responded to a 911 call about a residential in the 36700 block of Marlowe Street in the Brookvale neighborhood. The caller said that an unknown male knocked at the front door, but the caller did not answer. Soon, a second unknown male, was seen jumping over the back fence. The reporting party scared off the two suspects who took off on foot in the direction of American High School. Officers and detectives responded to the area to search for the suspects. Then, at 10:44 a.m. a detective and patrol officer recognized a vehicle around Isherwood and Barnard Drive that was wanted in connection with a residential burglary that had occurred Monday on Farwell Drive. When the driver saw the marked patrol car, he fled at a high rate of speed. The patrol officer attempted a vehicle stop and the driver failed to yield. A short vehicle pursuit was initiated that traveled west on Isherwood crossing Paseo Padre Parkway and then Nicolet Ave. When the vehicle came to the end of Isherwood Place, the driver lost control and collided with a house. Two suspects were taken into custody in front of the residence and a third took off running and jumping fences. He was located at 10:56 a.m. and taken into custody on Blair Place, about five streets away. One suspect sustained a minor injury and was treated by paramedics at the scene. Detectives are investigating whether these suspects are responsible for additional residential burglaries that occurred earlier in the week on Hudson Place, Kipling Place and Farwell Drive.
At approximately 6:12 p.m. officers were dispatched to Carol Avenue and Grimmer Boulevard to investigate a possible collision or road rage. Officer Gerber investigated and found that after a road rage incident the suspect struck the victim with his vehicle. The victim rolled over the vehicle and suffered injuries during impact with the street. Area checks for the suspect vehicle were unsuccessful. The suspect vehicle is an older brown Nissan Altima with a black hood and black left front fender. An investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is asked to call police at (510) 790-6800, extension 3.