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August 23, 2011 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By William Veteran, Fremont PD

August 18
Officers responded to the area of 39400 block of Parkhurst Drive on a report of battery that occurred near the apartment complex. A 24-year-old victim was sexually battered by a male as he was removing items from his vehicle. The suspect was described as a male, approximately 60 years old, white beard, and wearing a turban. The suspect was last seen walking toward Sundale Drive.

A 22-year-old male sent his mother a text message stating he was going to kill himself by running in front of a train. The man left the residence in his vehicle after an argument with his father. Officers flooded the area near the railroad tracks and neighboring agencies assisted in checking their jurisdictions. Officers developed intelligence that the man was in the Niles Canyon area. The suicidal male called his brother and Officer Huiskens was able to obtain information and convince the man to contact police officers in the area. Officers located the male in Niles uninjured. The incident was supervised by Sergeants Washington & McCormick. The case documented by Officer Decker.

A residential burglary occurred on Guardino Drive. Entry was via the front door - loss was jewelry and electronic equipment.

Officer Lobue was dispatched to a residence for a family battery. The investigation revealed the victim was punched 20 times in the face and ended up with a broken nose. The victim was also restrained from leaving a bedroom and had her phone taken by the suspect when she tried calling 911. A 26-year-old female was arrested for spousal battery and false imprisonment.

Officers were dispatched to the Waterstone Apartments for two robberies involving the same suspects described as black male adults, 20-25 years old, wearing baggy white t-shirts and carrying a handgun. Loss included wallets. Officers Taylor and Chahouati investigated.

August 19
CSO Escamilla investigated a residential burglary that occurred at the 36700 block of Ada Avenue between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and noon. CSO Anders investigated another residential burglary that occurred around the same time period at the 35500 block of Cabral Drive.

Officers were called to the area of Fremont and Bidwell for an on-going suspicious circumstance that turned out to be a sexual battery. Officers arrived and found that a male has been groping male pedestrians on the street corner for a number of days. Officers located multiple victims and arrest a suspect.

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