January 9, 2018 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD
Friday, Dec. 29
At 2:41 p.m. officers responded to the 40800 block of High Street to investigate a report of an assault. A 32-year-old man from San Jose allegedly threw tools and a knife in the direction of the reporting party earlier in the day. The suspect was detained and eventually arrested on an outstanding active warrant. The victim did not wish to pursue criminal charges.
At 11:18 p.m. officers were dispatched to the 100 block of King Avenue on a report of a large party. Officers found 200 to 300 young people in the vacant home, shut down the party and cleared the residence. Soon, a 17-year-old female returned to get her cell phone. She told officers that she had rented the house through Air BnB for the party. She was detained for a curfew violation, brought to the police station where her parents met officers. Police report that his was the second event where this home was rented via Air BnB for a large party.
Saturday, Dec. 30
At 12:06 a.m. officers were dispatched to Walgreens on Mowry Avenue on the report of a male trying to jump into the reporting party's car then hiding in the bushes. The reporting party told arriving officers that the suspect was last seen running westbound on Capitol Avenue. A female walking in the area flagged the officer down and pointed to a parking lot where she said the male was acting crazy. Officers found the suspect hiding in the bushes. Officers noticed a large metal object in his pant pockets, and as officers attempted a pat search the 51-year-old suspect, he began to fight, then admitted to using crystal meth earlier in the day. After medical clearance, the man was booked into Santa Rita Jail.
Sunday, Dec. 31
A caller reported that his adult son had just stolen money from him. He was following his son who was riding his bike. Officers located the male and arrested him on suspicion of possessing drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance and probation violation. Case investigated by Officer Calvin and Field Training Officer Kennedy.
The Fremont Fire Department called to report an arson at the larger playground at Central Park. Someone had set the large play structure on fire. No suspect information or surveillance footage was found. The estimated damage is at least $5,000. Case documented by Officer Gerber.
At 3:34 a.m. Officer De Stefano was flagged down by a community member who pointed out a male vandalizing the LuckyÕs grocery store and numerous other spots inside of the shopping center on Mowry Avenue at Blacow Road. Responding officers found trash spread across the front of the store, shopping carts flipped over, and a soda vending machine with its cord ripped from the outlet, thrown down onto the ground. The electrical circuit breaker box next to the RedBox machine was also pulled off the wall leaving exposed wires. On the north side of the shopping center, multiple ceramic planter boxes were thrown into parking stalls and exterior strands of glass bulb lights were pulled down from a restaurant. Outdoor furniture at an adjacent coffee shop and more bags of trach were thrown everywhere. Officer De Stefano located an 18-year-old man not far from the vending machine. During a search, the man almost fell to the ground multiple times. He admitted to officers he had been drinking and smoking marijuana. Officers recognized the man from a previous arrest just two days prior. He was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication, felony vandalism and committing a felony while out on bail. Officers estimated the damage to be more than $6,000. The suspect was booked at Santa Rita Jail.
At 1:45 a.m. officers were dispatched to KirbyÕs Bar on Fremont Boulevard near Blacow Road on a report of a man with a gun. It was reported that someone outside the bar had a gun and fired off rounds. The suspects left before officers arrived. It appeared that a group was kicked out of the bar by the owner and they came back with a gun. The suspect did not fire any rounds but did brandish it toward people at the bar. When the suspects fled in the vehicle, the driver appeared to be intentionally trying run a person over. That person got their foot run over by the car. The suspect was described as a white man in his 30s, bald with a brown goatee, wearing a white T-shirt, blue jeans and tattoos on his right arm. The vehicle was a black 4-door sedan, like an Acura. Officer Paiva investigated the incident.