April 15, 2011 > Fremont Crime News
Fremont Crime News
Submitted By Detective Bill Veteran, Fremont PD
On Tuesday April 12, a car driven by a drunk driver rear-ended another vehicle on Eggers Drive resulting in substantial damage to both vehicles. The drunk driver was arrested for DUI while the driver of the other vehicle was taken to the hospital.
Assault with a deadly weapon
A 22-year-old suspect confronted and stabbed a victim with a steak knife for no apparent reason on Friday, April 8. The victim sustained a 3 to 4 inch laceration to his neck and was treated for non life-threatening injuries. Police found the suspect near Centerville Community Center.
Weapon turned out to be pellet gun
Police responded to a report of a man with a gun on Friday, April 8 near 42000 Everglades Park Drive. A witness reported seeing four subjects in the canal near her home, one of whom had a handgun. Three of the subjects were found to be juveniles. The handgun turned out to be a pellet gun.
Three suspects robbed the 7-Eleven store located at Farwell Drive and Stevenson Boulevard. The robbery occurred on Saturday, April 9. Suspects stole money and lottery tickets. The case is under investigation.
Two men assaulted at bar
Two victims suffered multiple lacerations to the head and face as a result of being hit with beer bottles. The incident happened on Saturday, April 9 at El Camino Real bar on Niles Boulevard. Police received a call that a man was shot in front of the bar but when Officers arrived at the scene they found that there was no shooting. According to the victims and witnesses, the suspects fled in either a red or gray Honda. The case is under investigation.
A witness called to report three male suspects hitting another male in front of Brier Elementary. The three suspects, attempting to rob the victim of his backpack, fled when the witness honked the horn of her vehicle.
Robbery at Centerville Library
CSO Aguirre investigated a commercial burglary that occurred at the Centerville Library located at 3801 Nicolet Avenue. On Friday April 8, unknown suspect(s) entered the building through a window and stole DVDs and computer equipment. This is the second burglary at this location in a week.