June 7, 2011 > Fremont Police Blotter
Fremont Police Blotter
A suspect was arrested for hit and run, DUI and possession of an open container while driving after Officer Holscher stopped a vehicle at Central Avenue and Dusterberry Way. It was discovered that the same vehicle was involved in a recent collision at Paseo Padre Parkway and Peralta Boulevard.
Officer Farmer and Sergeant Severance contacted three known Norteno gang members as they emerged from Patterson Elementary school. One of the juveniles tried to conceal a red switchblade knife and was arrested; the other two were released after contacting their parents.
Officer Macdonald conducted a safety social at Northgate Plaza Apartments. Northgate is now a fully certified property making it the 34th fully certified Crime Free community in Fremont.
Officer Farmer and Sergeant Severance initiated a traffic stop on Niles Boulevard of a male on parole and probation. It was that the subject was under the influence of methamphetamine. During a search, a large sword, burglary tools and hypodermic needles were found. The subject was arrested.
Officers were dispatched to a disturbance on Christy Street after the reporting party was threatened by a co-worker. Officers arrived and located the unarmed suspect who was arrested for making terroristic threats.
Officer Edwards arrested a female for being under the influence of a controlled substance and also arrested a male subject for being under the influence, possession of narcotics without a prescription, and possession of hypodermic needle. All occurred at the Motel 6.
Officer Butcher was dispatched to a report of a large fight at Courtyard Marriott. On arrival, the "crowd" had dispersed, leaving two highly intoxicated females who were arrested.
Officer Macdonald answered a disturbance call to an address on Gilbert Avenue. On arrival, the officer found a 20-year-old male from Newark, obviously intoxicated. He refused to cooperate and was restrained. At the jail he was found to be possession of suspected methamphetamine. Upon refusal of booking procedures, he was transferred to Santa Rita.
Officer Tang responded to a family disturbance in the 37000 block of Dondero Way and arrested a male for being under the influence of a controlled substance.
Officers, led by Sergeant Tegner, conducted a welfare check in the 48300 block of Avalon Heights Terrace. The reporting party in San Jose said his girlfriend left a suicide note, took some pills, and was possibly at the residence. When officers did not receive any answer at the door, they forced entry and found the girlfriend with obvious signs of mental distress. She was placed on a psychiatric hold pending evaluation.