November 25, 2011 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD
A residential burglary occurred on Chiltern Dr. Point of entry was the laundry room door (door kick). Loss included two computers and a house key.
The clerk from Niles 7-Eleven called to report a customer for paying for goods with a fictitious $20 bill. Fortunately, the suspect left his CDL behind! Follow-up by Officer Nevin.
A residential burglary occurred on Red Cedar Terrace. Point of entry was an unlocked bedroom window. Loss included a laptop.
Officer Blass made a vehicle stop at Thornton and Moraine. The passenger, a 22 year-old male, was extremely intoxicated and Officer Blass advised the driver to take him home. Twenty minutes later, the male began calling 911 over and over using profanity and asking for an officer back at the scene of the vehicle stop. Officer Blass obliged and took him to jail for being drunk in public. He will also be following up by charging him with making annoying or harassing phone calls to 911.
While responding to assist on a separate call for service, Sergeant Epps noticed a suspicious male and a suspicious female in the area of the Lucky's Store (Brookvale Shopping Center) near a motorcycle, similar to one used by an armed suspect in a separate case. Records check revealed that the motorcycle had been reported stolen. The suspects eventually met a third suspect and walked into the Lucky's Store. Sergeant Epps coordinated an evacuation of the store and perimeter. One male and one female suspect attempted to flee and were quickly arrested. Several teams of officers searched the store and were unable to locate the third suspect.
Officers dispatched to Styles for Less at the Fremont Hub on a grand theft that just occurred. Four Black females ran out of the store with about $500 worth of clothing and jumped into a waiting vehicle, a purple Toyota Camry. Investigation is on-going. Investigation by Officer Bocage.
Two separate armed robberies occurred within minutes of each other; the first one at City Liquor on Thornton and the second at Arrowhead Liquor on Lake Arrowhead. Suspect descriptions in both are the same: two Black males armed with guns, wearing dark hooded sweatshirts and blue jeans with masks. Loss is cash and the clerk's wallet from Arrowhead Liquor. No suspect vehicles seen in either robbery.
Sergeant Severance and Detective Snelson were in the area of Isherwood Way when they observed an in-progress residential burglary at 3200 Isherwood Way. Sergeant Severance was able to stop the suspect vehicle and the three suspects inside. A fourth suspect fled and was last seen jumping fences southbound from the victim residence. Patrol officers responded and set up a perimeter around the area. A short time later, the outstanding suspect was located and taken into custody. Excellent job by all!
CSO Escamilla responded to 43000 Ellsworth Street on a report of a residential burglary that occurred within the hour. The suspect(s) entered the home via a rear sliding door and stole an Apple MacBook, a significant amount of jewelry, and coins. While CSO Escamilla was at the victim residence, FPD received a call from 42000 Lerwick Street regarding a suspicious vehicle parked in front of 42000 Lerwick. The reporting person observed several males near the vehicle. When officers arrived, they located the vehicle and were able to detain the driver; however, two other males fled from the vehicle on foot. During a search of the vehicle, loss from the Ellsworth burglary was located. Officers and CHP's helicopter conducted an extensive search of the area, but were unable to locate the outstanding suspects. As officers were concluding the search, Sergeant Severance located two subjects at the Irvington/Trimboli taco truck that matched the suspect description and were in possession of loss from the burglary. The detectives responded to the area and are investigating.
Officers were dispatched to an in-progress auto burglary at the Da Costa Castle Apartments on Central Avenue. Officer Kwok walked into the parking lot and the suspects tried to drive away. However, there is only one way out and the vehicle stopped at a dead end. One suspect was taken into custody immediately and the other fled over a fence into a residential neighborhood. A quick perimeter was set up by responding officers and the second suspect was taken into custody during a yard-to-yard search. Both were arrested for auto burglary and possession of stolen property.