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May 15, 2018 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD

Friday, May 4
? Officer Lobue investigated a case where two male acquaintances had been drinking at a restaurant in Newark when a disturbance occurred, and one man decided to drive the other home. After driving around Fremont unsuccessfully trying to find the passenger?s home, the pair stopped in a gas station parking lot at Fremont Boulevard and Thornton Avenue and began to argue. The passenger beat the driver in the face, causing serious injury. Later, a community member reported to police that a man was on the ground near Paseo Padre Parkway and Sequoia Avenue. That man, identified as a 41-year-old Newark resident, was determined to be the suspect in the previous beating. He was arrested on suspicion of battery with injury.

? Officer Dubowy made a vehicle traffic stop and talked with the male and female occupants. An investigation showed both were on active probation. During the vehicle search the officer found methamphetamine, a crank pipe and burglary tools. Both suspects were arrested and booked into the Fremont jail.


Saturday, May 5
? Officers were dispatched to the Walgreens store on Mowry Avenue and Paseo Padre Parkway to investigate a report of a man inside the store making rude gestures to female customers. Officers Rodarte and Davis detained the 30-year-old man and determined he was in possession of illegal drugs. He was arrested and booked into Santa Rita jail.


Sunday, May 6
? Officers were dispatched to investigate a report of a female customer at a gas station near Fremont and Stevenson boulevards that had a chain ripped off her neck while she was pumping gas. The suspect was described as a black man, 25-year-old and last seen wearing black pants, a black shirt and a black down jacket with a fur hood. He fled eastbound on Stevenson Boulevard. The victim sustained minor injuries during the struggle when she fell.

? Officers were dispatched to a report of an injury collision at the intersection of Paseo Padre Parkway and Decoto Road. Upon arrival they saw that the suspect vehicle had rear ended the victim vehicle at the stoplight. The victim suffered injuries and was to a hospital. The male driving the suspect vehicle was booked into the Fremont Jail on suspicion of felony DUI. The case was investigated by Officer Carter.


Monday, May 7
? A female on the 36000 block of Fremont Boulevard answered a knock on her front door but didn?t see anyone when she opened it and stepped outside. A suspect was hiding nearby and jumped out and unsuccessfully tried to rip a chain off the woman?s neck before fleeing. The chain was broken, but saved. The suspect was described as a black male wearing all black clothing and a black baseball cap. Officer W. Johnson handled the investigation.

? A female victim drove into her residential garage, and while seated in her car with the door open, a male suspect grabbed her breast. When the woman screamed, the suspect said, ?Oh, Sorry. Wrong House.? He then ran away. The suspect was described as a black man in his 20s with a goatee, about 6-feet-tall, 160 pounds, wearing a baseball cap and a black/gray horizontal striped long sleeve shirt. Officers searched the area but did not locate the suspect. The investigation was conducted by Officer Perry.

? Officer Gourley conducted a chain snatch robbery Investigation in the 4100 block of Alder Avenue which occurred at 1:40 p.m. The victim out of fear, allowed some time to pass before calling FPD to report this crime. Video footage showed the suspect knocking the victim to the ground while forcefully attempting to rip her chain from her neck. The suspect then crouched over the victim and removed the chain before fleeing. The suspect was described as a black man in his 40s, wearing a black baseball cap, dark jacket, and light-colored pants. Detectives are looking into whether this suspect may be responsible for other recent chain snatch robberies.

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