August 12, 2011 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Detective William Veteran, Fremont PD
Officers responded to the shopping center at Paseo Padre Pkwy and Deep Creek after security found several businesses had been burglarized. A total of three burglaries were located within the shopping center.
A residential burglary occurred in the 43000 block of Gallegos.
A residential burglary occurred in the 4100 block of Stevenson Boulevard.
Officers responded to the 5400 block of Butano Park on a possible burglary in progress. Two suspects were located in an vehicle near the house and two more suspects were caught fleeing the backyard of the victim residence with burglary tools and wearing gloves. Four suspects were arrested for burglary.
A residential burglary occurred in the 43000 block of Skye Road. Entry was made via a broken rear window.
Officer Dudgeon responded to Lincoln Court in regard to an indecent exposure. The suspect has been staying at an unknown residence in the area and bothering children. On today's date, he followed a group of girls (ages 10-13) home from 7-11 at Chapel Way and sat on a retaining wall at the end of Lincoln Court. The suspect was intoxicated and exposed himself to the group of girls. The suspect has no known history in California; however, he has a history of arrests out of New Orleans for various violations. Several victims identified the suspect and he was arrested.
A resident on Mission Creek Court called about a car on the court unfamiliar to the neighborhood. The car, a black 2006 Lexus (6HSY813) registered out of Hawthorne California, appeared to be the suspect vehicle from a burglary August 7 on Marigold Drive. Ricky Lewis, a black male, from Hawthone, CA was arrested and the vehicle was towed. A search warrant was authored by Detective Snelson.
Officers respond to the Glenhaven Apartments on Central Avenue in regard to a shooting. A group of males were in a confrontation when several shots were fired. There were no reported victims; however, officers locate one round in a DMV sign at Central and Dusterberry and another inside a residence at Central and Argyle. One suspect was seen getting into a silver SUV type vehicle as it left westbound on Central Avenue. Officer Perry handled the investigation.
Multiple callers reported a loud disturbance then guns and shots fired at 35000 Perkins Street. The suspect was described a black male, age 15-17 wearing red shirt with a black handgun. Two black males were stopped near Fremont/Nicolet matching that description; one gun was discovered in the bushes.
While dealing with the above shooting, multiple females caused a disturbance and interfered with officers trying to get the situation under control. After being told multiple times to leave, one female put on a very loud verbal display and ran into the street almost getting hit by an approaching bus. Officer Rodriguez attempted to stop her on Fremont Boulevard and she started swinging. She went to jail for obstruction and assault on a police officer. Officer Rodriguez suffered minor scratches in the assault. No medical treatment needed.
Three commercial burglaries at a business complex on Paseo Padre Pkwy
Officers responded to the area of Food Maxx, 39441 Fremont Blvd., on a report of a 17-year-old male who had been acting "strange." The juvenile jumped out of a vehicle and was last seen running on Sundale Drive. Officers located the juvenile near Fremont/Margery; however, he refused to stop and took off running. The juvenile was eventually contacted at Our Lady of Guadalupe School and placed on a psychiatric hold.
Officers responded to a report of a man with a gun at Arrowhead Liquors. The reporting party called Dispatch and said his uncle hit his mother in the head with a pistol inside a house on Great Salt Lake and fled the scene, last seen entering the liquor store with his 13-year-old son. Searches were conducted at both locations with negative results. Officers finally learned that a male assaulted his wife and sister-in-law with his hands only (battery) and potentially brandished a pistol. This case was managed by Sergeants Washington and Tegner; investigated by Officer Taylor.
During the above listed gun call Dispatch received an armed robbery call. The victim said he was "slashed" with a box cutter and robbed of his money. Officers arrived on scene and found the victim was robbed at knife point but sustained no injury.
Officers responded to Starbucks, 5387 Mowry Ave., on a report of an auto burglary that just occurred. The suspects, two black males wearing dark clothing, smashed the victim's car window and stole a lap top. The suspects were last seen fleeing westbound on Mowry Avenue in a tan, four-door Cadillac.
Officers responded to a report of an armed robbery at the Shell Gas Station (Christy St/Automall Pkwy). The suspect, a hispanic or white adult male in his mid 20s, "chubby build, wearing a black ski mask, entered the business and demanded money. The suspect was armed with a handgun which was described as having a long barrel. After collecting the money, the suspect ran to a small white vehicle and drove north on Christy Street. This case is being investigated by Officer Chahouati.
Officer Lobue and Officer Taylor responded to an address on West Pickering in regards to a woman screaming for help. Upon their arrival, they detained two male subjects leaving an apartment in the area where the screams were being heard. Further investigation revealed that one of the detained subjects had just battered and choked his wife who was the one screaming for help from a bedroom window. The male was arrested for spousal abuse, violation of a restraining order, and violation of probation.
Officers responded to the FNUC Superior Court on a report of an in-progress auto burglary in the parking lot after ACSO deputies interrupted a male breaking into a vehicle. Deputies were able to detain the suspect and held him for responding units. Detective T. Martinez responded to assist the officers.
Officers responded to 4760 Thornton Avenue on a report of a family disturbance. When they arrived, they contacted a 32-year-old female who was extremely upset over relationship problems. The female broke out all the windows of the home and her boyfriend's vehicle prior to officers arriving. She was arrested for vandalism and transported to SRJ.
Sergeant McCormick and Officer Taylor investigated the theft of bicycles in the area of Union Street and High Street. In Officer Taylor's case, the suspect was interrupted by a neighbor during the theft and left the bike behind. In Sergeant McCormick's case, the suspect stole a bike from the front yard of a residence on Union Street. The suspect in these cases matches the description of a bicycle theft suspect from Cloverleaf Bowl last week investigated by Officer Taylor. The suspect is a black male juvenile, 15-17 years old, 5'06"-5'07", with dreadlocks to his shoulders.
Officers were dispatched to Wing Stop for a report of a robbery. Officer Chahouati investigated the case and the masked suspect was the same suspect who committed the robbery from the night prior; described as being a white or Hispanic male, 5'08", 150 lbs. armed with a handgun. The suspect fled the area on foot.
Officers were dispatched to Easterday Way for a report of a hit and run collision. Shortly after the officers finished their investigation and left the area, the suspect returned to pick up some debris. He left the area again but this time was stopped a short distance away. A 22-year-old was arrested by Officer Edwards for hit and run and driving under the influence.