March 4, 2011 > Fremont Crime News
Fremont Crime News
Submitted By Chris Mazzone, Fremont PD
Police are searching for a Black male suspect, 6 feet tall, medium to heavy build who attempted to rob Tony's Nails store at Bay Street. On Saturday, February 26, the suspect simulated a gun under a bag and wore a plastic bag over his face. However, no loss has been reported. The suspect was last seen wearing a black jacket or hoodie.
Man arrested for possession of stolen property
On Sunday, February 27 Officer Geibig served a search warrant at a home on Michelle Street. A 32-year-old man was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and for sale and possession of stolen property.
As many as 15 adult males jumped the fence into the loading-dock area of a business located at 45000 Warm Springs Boulevard, police say. The suspects allegedly tied up the employees and spent about 30 minutes loading computer components into a large "U-Haul-type of vehicle." A review of the surveillance video from the victim business and surrounding businesses, showed the suspects, all dressed in black and carrying various weapons; hand guns and automatic rifles. CHP Cargo Theft Task Force was notified. None of the employees was injured. The case is under investigation.
A 24-year-old man was found dead in the bedroom of his home on Leal Way. According to Police, it appears the male committed suicide. Officer Ferrara is investigating the case.
A residential burglary was foiled when the homeowner saw an unknown suspect gain access into the house through a bathroom window. The burglary was reported on Monday, February 28 at the house located on 39200 block Monterey Way. According to the resident, the suspect is Hispanic male and was wearing black pants and black shirt. Suspect is still at large.