October 28, 2011 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD
CSO Allen responded to Esparito Avenue in regard to a residential burglary. The reporting party stated he was in his detached garage when the suspect, described as a heavy set, White female adult in her 40's w/long stringy brown hair, entered the rear sliding door of the home sometime between 2:00 and 2:30 p.m. She was last seen sitting in a black older model car w/dull paint - similar to a Camaro. The car had stickers all over the rear bumper and trunk area. The loss was jewelry.
A residential burglary was reported on Pilgrim Loop. The residents came home from a month-long vacation in Taiwan and found that unknown suspect(s) entered their home by breaking a window. Loss was a laptop computer and jewelry. Investigated by Officer Singleton.
A commercial burglary was reported at the Madina Halal Grocery Store on Fremont Boulevard. Suspect(s) smashed the front window for entry. Loss was cash and mail. Investigated by Officer C.Tang.
A commercial burglary was reported at Zorba's Deli on Mission Boulevard. Unknown suspect(s) used a rock to smash a window for entry. Loss was approximately $50 in cash. Investigated by Officer Settle.
Officer Ceniceros was dispatched to a residential burglary at 36000 block of Caxton Place. The victim had left her home around 10 a.m. and when she returned 45 minutes later, found her home burglarized. A short time later, School Resource Officer Brannon contacted Ceniceros and advised him that he had one of his students with property from the burglary on Caxton. Ceniceros responded to the high school where he arrested the juvenile and also learned the identity of two other suspects.
About the same time as the above incident, a victim at 34600 Calcutta called to report that two juveniles matching the suspect's description had tried to pry open her front door around 1:30 p.m. but were scared off when she yelled at them.
A 45 year-old male was arrested by Raley's security for shoplifting. The male became violent and required 4-point restraints and three units to control him until he was booked at Santa Rita Jail.
Sgt. Severance spotted a suspicious vehicle in the north end of Fremont. When he ran the plate it came back as a stolen car. Officers Tran and Perry were involved in a short pursuit, but lost the vehicle in Niles. The suspects dumped the vehicle on Linda Street and ran off. Officers searched the area with negative results.
A reporting party called to report that a strange large stuffed teddy bear was sitting in the intersection of Summer Holly and Cedar Oak. He suspected it may have been a bomb due to the Indian holiday; he said stuffed Teddy Bears are frequently used as bombs in India and left in the middle of intersections. PD determined the Bear was not a bomb.