September 30, 2011 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Det. Bill Veteran, Fremont PD
FPD dispatch received reports of a suspected drunk driver in the area of Mission Boulevard/Mowry Avenue. The vehicle traveled north on Mission Boulevard at a high rate of speed and collided with a white pickup and a green pickup stopped for a red light (N/B Mission Boulevard/King Avenue). The green pickup overturned and its driver was pronounced dead at the scene; the driver of the white pickup sustained minor/moderate injuries. The suspect was treated for moderate injuries and awaits felony charges.
While conducting traffic control for the above listed fatal DUI traffic collision at Nursery/Niles, an officer observed a vehicle run over traffic control cones and almost collide with his parked patrol car (with full emergency lights activated). The officer contacted the driver of the car who admitted to consuming alcoholic beverages in celebration of the Oakland Raiders victory. The driver was arrested for DUI.
At the same traffic control location, another officer observed a vehicle drive past the traffic control cones and come close to striking his vehicle. The officer contacted the driver of the car and arrested him for DUI.
Officers responded to an in-progress residential burglary on Philadelphia Place after a neighbor witnessed two male juveniles enter the home via a window. The witness confronted the males as they exited the house and informed them she had called the police. The males dropped the loss and fled in a waiting vehicle being driven by a third suspect. Both suspects are described as Hispanic, 14-15 years old, thin build.
Officers responded to Washington Hospital on a report of a subject who was being treated for a gun shot wound to his buttocks. The victim said he was alone on Hastings, just north of Mowry, when a suspect attempted to rob him. The victim fought back, and during the struggle, the suspect shot the victim. The suspect was described as a Hispanic male, 20-22 years, 5'10". The suspect fled south on Hastings.
Another auto burglary at Starbucks Mowry/Farewell. Loss was cell phone.
Strong arm robbery of a female on Alder for her necklace. Suspect vehicle was a white Toyota Sienna van, 3-4 adult Hispanic male suspects.
A residential burglary on Apricot was interrupted and a 25-year-old male was arrested. The side door was kicked in to gain entry. A female associate was located at Mission Ranch.
Call of a Hispanic male adult with a gun at 2147 Mowry (medical complex). A 50-year-old male was located and the gun found to be a replica.
A strong arm robbery was reported at Washington High School. A black male juvenile suspect fled but was caught after a foot pursuit.