May 3, 2011 > Fremont Crime News
Fremont Crime News
Submitted By Detective Bill Veteran, Fremont PD
A man passed out inside a vehicle parked at the Valero Gas Station on Fremont Boulevard Thursday, April 28. Officers S. Hunt and Snyder arrested Michael Wong for being under the influence. He was also found in possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.
A resident on Lexington Street returned home from vacation to find his apartment burglarized. The suspect(s) entered the apartment through an unlocked rear sliding glass door and stole multiple electronic devices. The case is under investigation.
Animal Control handled two dog bite cases. On Camden Avenue a 7-year-old was bit by a Labrador retriever mix on Wednesday, April 27. The child had hit the dog with a toy sword. She suffered two puncture wounds to the forearm. The case was brought to police attention by Washington Hospital. Animal Control Officer Maxfield investigated the case.
Animal Control Officer Maxfield investigated another dog bite that occurred on the 3600 block of Eggers. Apparently a 5-year-old child was bit, unprovoked, by a Sheppard mix, tearing off part of the child's ear. The owners of the dog brought it to police attention by surrendering the animal for euthanasia.
On Tuesday, April 26 a residential burglary occurred on 39500 block of Gallaudet Drive. Electronics, cash and jewelry were stolen. The case is being investigated by Officer Tarango.
Officer Blass is investigating a Hit & Run collision that happened on Tuesday, April 26 on the 4500 block of Porter Street. The suspect's vehicle collided with a parked vehicle. Neighbors who witnessed the collision describe the suspect's vehicle as a 1980 Ford or Chevy truck with a "greenish truck bed and a white cab."