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July 12, 2011 > Fremont Police Blotter

Fremont Police Blotter

July 7:
A 19-year-old female was hungry and walked to Taco Bell which is undergoing remodeling, leaving only the drive-through accessible. Refusing to leave, she ordered food even though employees explained their policy forbids serving pedestrians in the drive-through. She was eventually arrested by Officer Stillitano for trespassing, public intoxication and resisting a peace officer.


July 8:
Officers responded to 40900 blk Cascado Place at 12:03 p.m. on a report of an in-progress residential burglary after the resident returned home to find a male in her home. Responding officers set up a perimeter around the neighborhood and began to search for the suspect. The suspect had fled prior to police arrival but a neighbor reported a male in her backyard. Officers located the 34-year-old suspect as he exited the backyard onto Gomes Road despite an attempt to disguise himself by changing into stolen clothing; he was positively identified by the victim. A second suspect, a 38-year-old female, was located near the victim's residence during the search. Losses from the burglary were recovered and returned to the owner.

Officer Hanrahan responded to the 41200 block of Roberts Avenue on a report of an annoying/molesting child report. The suspect, described as a white male, 25-30 years old, with curly shaggy hair, approached the 13-year-old victim and attempted to get her to go with him. Officer Hanrahan located the suspect in the Safeway parking lot and subsequently arrested him for annoying/molesting a child.

Patrol personnel responded to a residence in the 37600 block of Fremont Boulevard at 4:45 p.m. in response to a reported assault with a deadly weapon. Upon arrival, Officers determined that a 38-year-old male was being evicted from the residence by family members because of a recent theft arrest by Newark Police. While removing items from the residence, the male became involved in a heated argument with another family member. During that argument, the male threw what appeared to be a wheel and rim from a go-cart at the victim, striking the victim in the head and causing minor injury. The victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment and the male was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. Investigated by Officer Spear.

Officer Kwok and Officer Butcher respond to report of a loud party on Sheerwater Terrace. Upon arrival, there was no initial response or cooperation receiving no response or cooperation. Finally Officer Kwok finally was able to get someone to answer the front door. The subject attempted to slam the door on Officer Kwok and resisted attempts to detain him. Officer Butcher assisted with the takedown of the suspect in the front yard but numerous partygoers filed out of the house and confronted the officers. Patrol units responded and the situation was diffused. A 21-year-old male was taken to jail for assaulting a Police Officer and resisting arrest.

A vehicle, traveling at a high rate of speed northbound on Camden Ave, slammed into four parked vehicles. The suspect fled on foot to his home and attempted to report his vehicle as stolen during a "party off Peralta". Officer Gonzalez spoke with the unlucky "victim" and subsequently arrested him for DUI and Hit-and-Run. Officer LoBue investigating.

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