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August 9, 2011 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Det. William Veteran

August 4
CSO Aguirre responded to the Train Depot, 37260 Fremont Blvd., on a report of vandalism. An unknown suspect(s) threw several rocks through the east side windows.

Officers were dispatched to an auto burglary in progress on Blaisdell Way at Easterday Way. The reporting party followed the suspect(s) and continued to update Dispatch with a direction of flight. Officers rushed to the area and began setting a perimeter when Officers Hanrahan and Bocage found one suspect walking on Mission near Grau. A male was arrested for burglary and possession of burglary tools.

Family members called to report that a male was in the family's backyard in violation of a Temporary Restraining Order. The male suffers from a mental illness and was recently released from Santa Rita Jail. Officers located the male and arrested him for violation of a court order and resisting arrest. Officer Stillitano was the investigating officer.

Officers responded to Lucky's at Charter Square on a report of a male stealing hundreds of dollars worth of food from the store every day for the past week. Officer Lobue located and arrested a 22-year-old male for commercial burglary.


August 5
In a fatal accident, four vehicles were involved and a pedestrian was struck at Fremont and Stevenson Boulevards. Traffic at the intersection was hampered for several hours.

Residential Burglary on Marigold Dr: A neighbor called FPD to advise they had seen a subject in the next door backyard. Updated the suspect had just broken a rear window and entered the residence. A 15-year-old resident observed the suspect as well. Officers arrived and engaged the suspect in a short foot pursuit but lost him over fences. A perimeter was established. Later a witness called from Via Santa Barbara and a short time later another witness advised he had reached Mission and 680 and run towards McDonalds. Officers confronted the suspect who attempted jump fences again. Ofc. Sanchez and Bobbitt engaged the suspect who was finally subdued. It is believed a second suspect may have been involved but was not located.

A caller reported that a male bar patron at the Backdoor Lounge had fallen and struck his head. Officers arrived and learned that the victim made one too many comments about another patron's girlfriend. The puncher suffered a broken hand. The punchee suffered a broken elbow and a total of eight stitches between his elbow and forehead. Neither party desired prosecution.

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