May 20, 2011 > Fremont Police Blotter
Fremont Police Blotter
Submitted By Courtesy of Detective William Veteran
An armed robbery at PK Market was committed by two Black Male suspects. One suspect held the clerk at bay with a black semi-automatic handgun while the other stole cash, coins and lottery tickets. The suspects are described as: thin, 6'0" male wearing a dark hoodie and a thin, 5'1" male wearing a white hoodie and gloves.
Craig Wilson, a 37-year-old male, was arrested by Officer Haugh for burglary, possession of burglary tools, and resisting arrest.
Four commercial burglaries were reported. In each instance, unknown suspect(s) pried open a door in order to gain entry into a business.
Officers responded to Target, 39201 Fremont Blvd., on a report of an in-progress commercial burglary after store security observed a male suspect attempting to break into an iPod display case. When Officers Lambert and Malcomson arrived, the suspect fled but was caught and arrested for burglary, possession of burglary tools, and resisting arrest. This case was investigated by Officer Haugh.
Officers respond to Fremont and Peralta on a report of two males fighting. Both suspects were car parts distributors disputing "territorial rights". One suspect's ear lobe was torn off during the fight and the other sustained a large gash to the forehead and a bruised leg after he was struck by a wrench. The suspect with an injury to his ear was transported to the hospital. The incident is under review by the District Attorney's office.
A felony "Hit and Run" occurred at Fremont and Grimmer (north) after a 16 year old male pedestrian entered the crosswalk and was struck by an older black Honda Civic driven by a Hispanic male. The driver of the Civic stopped and checked on the male, but then left the scene of the accident. The pedestrian suffered minor injuries.
A residential burglary was reported at the Durham Green Apts. Forced entry was gained through the front door. A Sony PS3, laptop, jewelry and other possessions were stolen.
Another residential burglary was reported from a garage on Vega Terrace through a side garage door. A television and tools were stolen.
Officers responded to a call of shots fired at the Sikh Temple. Upon arrival, officers cleared the temple and the "shooter" was located. He did not have a gun and upon further investigation it was determined that there was no gun and the report was unfounded. The situation resulted from a domestic quarrel and the "shooter" was taken to jail for a court order violation.
Officer Dudgeon heard a disturbance near Fremont Boulevard and Blacow Road and spotted two males fighting, one of them, the clerk of the 76 Gas Station at that intersection. One of the participants fled the scene but was caught after a brief chase. Officers Macdonald and Taylor arrived to assist. It was determined that the suspect, a juvenile, had just robbed the gas station of cigarettes and fought the clerk to get away. The suspect was taken to juvenile hall.