June 3, 2011 > Fremont Police Blotter
Fremont Police Blotter
Neighbors called police after observing two suspects flee from a possible burglary at the 3700 block of Eugene Street. The suspects appeared to be juveniles and one was known by the victim's son. Officer Greenberg detained one of the suspects on Vogel Court and Officer Manrique detained another, also on Vogel Court. Three juveniles, ages 14-15 years, were identified and arrested. Officers recovered a stolen laptop, backpack and video games. All three juveniles were booked at Juvenile Hall. This case was investigated by Officer Stone.
A resident living on Mission Boulevard returned home from an extended holiday weekend and discovered the home was burglarized. Entry was made through the side garage door and interior garage door. The initial loss reported was jewelry.
Unknown suspects entered a residence at the 4800 Block of Lana Terrace through a window. No loss was reported.
Unknown suspects broke out a window on the 44000 block of South Grimmer. Loss of computer equipment was reported.
Officer Perry was dispatched to battery case in which a pregnant female was choked by her boyfriend. The boyfriend had fled but was located by Sgt. Lopes hiding behind a shed on Locke Ct. He was taken into custody.
A homeowner, awakened by two loud "bangs" and a house alarm, left the house. Suspect(s) forced open the side door to the garage and then the interior door but left after hearing the house alarm. This case was investigated by Officer Rodriguez.
A Residential Burglary on Bortolo Terrace was investigated by Officer Edwards. Unknown suspect(s) entered a home through an unlocked kitchen window. Losses are described as jewelry and electronics.
Officers respond to the area of Chapel Way and Max Drive on a report of a sexual battery. The suspect, described as a dark-skinned black male in his early 20's, wearing a black tee shirt, grabbed an 18-year-old female and was last seen walking towards Fremont Boulevard. The incident is being investigated by Officer Burkhammer.