January 2, 2018 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD
Monday, Dec. 25
Officer Miller and Field Training Officer Franchi stopped a 37-year-old man on the railroad tracks near Ford Lane. The man was found to be on post-release community supervision for possession of stolen property and probation for resisting arrest. The man had a laptop computer that did not belong to him, a bag of methamphetamine and a pipe. He was booked on various charges. Police are trying to locate the owner of the laptop computer.
Officers responded to an address on Mission Boulevard on the report of an intoxicated man reportedly battering his adult daughter. Officers had been to the same residence the previous night for a disturbance. Officer Latimer arrested the man on suspicion of battery.
Several callers reported that a woman was standing in the middle of the roadway at Auto Mall Parkway and Fremont Boulevard. Several people tried to get the woman to move, but she refused. When arriving officers tried to get her to move, she began to fight. The woman was detained and found to have a misdemeanor warrant. She was placed on a mental health hold and will be charged with resisting arrest.
Tuesday, Dec. 26
A woman walking with her small child in the Sundale neighborhood reported that a male pushed her and snatched a gold chain from her neck. A short while later, Traffic Officer Ramsey located a male nearby who matched the suspect description. When the suspect saw officers, he started jumping fences in the neighborhood to get away. A perimeter was set, and after jumping several more fences, the suspect was arrested as he tried to flee eastbound across Fremont Boulevard at Stevenson Boulevard. One officer was slightly injured during this incident.
Wednesday, Dec. 27
At 4:54 p.m. officers were dispatched to a cellular phone store located in the 43300 block of Christy Street on the report of a shoplifting incident. The caller said a suspect reportedly stole four iPhone X phones and fled on foot. The suspect was described as a black man, about 20 years-old, last seen wearing a black hoodie, black beanie and blue jeans. The loss is valued at $4,600. No video surveillance recording is available. Officer Davis is investigating.
Officer Gonzales was dispatched to the Safeway store on Mission Boulevard in the Warm Springs area on a report of two suspicious vehicles and males associated with those vehicles who were peering into other parked vehicles. When Gonzales arrived, he located one of the suspect vehicles but not the occupants. A check of the vehicle showed that it had been reported stolen out of Milpitas.