September 9, 2011 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
A residential burglary occurred on Cerritos Ave. The point of entry was a master bedroom window - loss included jewelry and electronics.
A residential burglary occurred on Vincente St. The point of entry was a rear window - loss undetermined at this time.
Officer Taylor responded to Kaiser Hospital ER for a late reported robbery. The victim said he was attacked from behind while out for a run. The incident occurred near Our Lady of Guadalupe Church.
Officer Franchi was dispatched to a suspicious vehicle call on Norfolk Road. He contacted a subject in the vehicle. She had packaged marijuana, evidence of sales, and told the officer she sold marijuana. The subject arrested her for possession of marijuana for sales.
Officers responded to Red Cedar Terrace on a report of an interrupted residential burglary. The victim reported she heard somebody knock on her front door but did not see anybody when she looked through the peep-hole. A few minutes later, she observed a black male adult, 20's, wearing a white hoodie, attempt to enter her home via an open bedroom window. When confronted by the victim, the suspect fled toward the pool area and is still outstanding.
Officer M. Smith responded to a suspected trash dumping on Osgood Road and contacted a subject who was arrested for possession of a dangerous drug and drug paraphernalia.
The Jack in the Box on Auto Mall Parkway was a victim of a robbery. The suspect entered the restaurant and pointed a "machine gun" like firearm at employees and demanded cash. The suspect was described as a 19 year old black male adult, medium build, wearing a hooded black sweatshirt and black jeans.
Officers Gonzalez and Butcher responded to Fisalia Court on a report of a hit and run where a vehicle collided with a fire hydrant after leaving a party. Officers Gonzalez and Butcher contact some guests at the party and tracked the suspect as well as the location of the suspect vehicle. The 17-year-old suspect was arrested for hit and run and driving under the influence.
Officers were dispatched to the 3500 block of Gilman Common on a report of an auto burglary in progress. The reporting party provided a description of the suspects as well as the suspect vehicle. The suspects fled in the suspect vehicle but Officer Gonzalez located the vehicle and initiated an enforcement stop. Three suspects were positively identified and arrested for burglary.
Osgood Walmart security called to report they were watching one male and two females select and conceal items. Security saw that the male had a small knife with him and called PD to assist in detention. Units arrived and were updated on the suspects whereabouts until they exited the store with stolen property concealed in their clothing. All three were detained without incident and stolen items recovered.
Officer Decker and Officer Gilfoy were dispatched to the Glenview Apartments for a disturbance report of five males walking in the complex and drinking. The five subjects hid upon police arrival but were eventually located. Officer Decker found a loaded .22 semi-automatic handgun on one of the subjects. Another subject was arrested for contributing to the delinquency of minors and resisting arrest.
Residential burglary on Silver Reef Drive
Residential burglary on Pizarro Drive
Officer Nevin was driving through the lot of Motel 6 north when he noticed a suspicious female leaning into a vehicle. He checked the vehicle's plate and found it was stolen from Hayward four days ago. Nevin arrested the femaile for auto theft.
Officers were dispatched to the area of 44800 block of Parkmeadow Drive on a suspicious circumstance. A retired FPD officer saw three Hispanic males exit a backyard at that address and leave in an older green Honda 4-door. At the same time, a suspicious vehicle was called in by a second reporting party at Parkmeadow and S. Grimmer Boulevard describing the same green vehicle, but said there was also a black vehicle associated with it and a suspicious male acting as a lookout. This male is described as a white or Hispanic, short build, wearing a white shirt and Khaki pants. There was no burglary at the Parkmeadow address, but several hours later a resident down the street came home to find that his home had been burglarized. Officer Okulove investigated.
Officers responded to the recycling center on Albrae St in regard to a robbery. Three black male adults arrived in a blue Chevy Suburban and robbed the manager at gunpoint. The suspects fled the area in an unknown direction. Officer B. Miller is the investigating officer.