Tri-City Voice Newspaper - What's Happening - Fremont, Hayward, Milpitas, Newark, Sunol and Union City, California


July 1, 2011 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Sergeant Chris Mazzone, Fremont PD

June 24
CSO Aguirre responded to Glacier Ice, 43960 Fremont Blvd., on a report of a grand theft. An unknown suspect(s) entered the property through an unsecured gap between the fence and wall and removed four metal augers worth about $1,000 each.

Officers responded to a robbery at the Dollar Tree store on Thornton Avenue. The suspect entered the store, selected items and ran out without paying. Employees attempted to stop the suspect and a fight ensued. The suspect was located and taken into custody.

Officers were dispatched to a man being chased by another man with a knife at the Durham Green Apartments. Officers arrived and determined that the suspect brandished a knife at the victim after the victim confronted him about driving recklessly. The suspect fled prior to police arrival. Several leads in the investigation are being pursued.

June 26
A passerby called to report that she smelled the distinct odor of a decaying body in Niles Canyon. Officers responded and located the source of the smell, a deer.

A suspect attempted to rob a victim waiting at a bus stop at Stevenson/Omar. The suspect pointed a handgun at the victim and demanded money. Just then the bus arrived and the victim jumped on. Officer Romley quickly located the 17-year-old suspect nearby and detained him without incident. He was positively identified by the victim and arrested.

Burglary suspect(s) cut a hole in the wall at Capitol Stereo at 43516 Fremont Boulevard and stole several amplifiers and GPS units.

Officer Stone determined that a Corolla in the 7-11 parking lot at Farwell/Mowry was reported as stolen in Oakland. The driver was contacted and it was determined to be a civil dispute over payments.

June 27
A robbery occurred on the 34000 block of Newton Court. A citizen called to report she saw three black males running from the park; one of the males fired a handgun into the air. Units responded and located a spent casing on the street. The victim advised officers that three black males robbed him of his money and marijuana. He saw them get into a newer model blue convertible BMW. The suspect that fired the gun was described as a black male teen, 6' tall, last seen wearing a white bandana, black b-ball shirts, and black shorts. The other suspects were black males wearing unknown color sweatshirts and blue jeans. Detectives Little and Leopardi are investigating this incident.

A resident just got home when she saw a black male subject trying to open the rear slider of her home on the 200 block of Las Palmas Court. The suspect ran away and jumped over the backyard fence. An unknown red vehicle was seen leaving the area and Officers Harvey and Field Training Officer Fowlie attempted to stop it. Officer Dudgeon spotted the vehicle, a red Dodge Intrepid, at a gas station and detained the occupants who were identified by the victim and arrested.

A resident was in the garage of a home on the 4500 block of Macbeth Avenue when two suspects kicked the side door to the garage open to gain entry. The resident yelled at the suspects and they fled. Officer Nevin contacted three subjects; two of them matched the description given by the resident. Officer Nevin arrested one of the subjects for an outstanding warrant.

At 5:20 p.m., a victim called to report that several males had just driven past his house on Jacinto brandishing a gun. Officers found the vehicle on Rowland Drive. Four suspects were contacted at that address; two subjects were arrested for brandishing a gun and gang enhancements. Another subject was arrested for a warrant.

Several callers reported seeing three Hispanic males in a gray Dodge PK chasing two males into the Park Villa Apartments. One of the males running away was carrying a gun. No victims or suspects have been located.

Residential Burglaries:
Stevenson Common
McDuff Avenue
Bucks Lake (interrupted): the victim was at home sleeping. She awakened to find a black or Filipino male inside the house. The male ran out. A search was conducted on several adjacent yards with negative results.

June 28
Officer Dudgeon noticed a truck parked at Norris and Glenview and checked the license plate. It had been reported as stolen in San Jose. She detained two juvenile suspects at the vehicle and found property nearby from a just-committed burglary of a residence on Mattos Drive. Numerous Items were recovered including electronics and jewelry. The suspects were taken into custody.

Residential Burglaries:
47000 block of Havasu
4300 block of Dorsey

Home        Protective Services Classifieds   Community Resources   Archived Issues  
About Us   Advertising   Comments   Subscribe   TCV Store   Contact

Tri Cities Voice What's Happening - click to return to home page

Copyright © 2018 Tri-City Voice