June 12, 2018 > Bulls match up in Fremont neighborhood
Bulls match up in Fremont neighborhood
Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD
When an active ?bullfight? report comes out over the radio, meetings take pause, and everyone listens for the next update!
On Tuesday, June 5 Fremont Police Department patrol officers and Animal Services personnel rushed to the area of Mission Boulevard and Castro Lane on the report of two loose bulls butting heads on a residential street.
The wayward beasts had wandered down from a hillside ranch above the residential neighborhood, not far from Mission San Jose High School. Fortunately, the owner of the bulls promptly appeared and rounded up the animals and returned them to their fenced-in grazing area. No one was injured.
The landowner told police that people trespassing on the property and unlawfully opening the gate to hike in the hills has been an ongoing problem. The gate was apparently left open the morning of June 5 by a trespasser.
Police are working with the owner to find a remedy to the problem, and ways to prevent animals from leaving the fenced-in property.