December 2, 2011 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD
Officer Lawrence investigated a commercial burglary at Honey Baked Ham (4959 Mowry Ave). The unknown suspect(s) smashed a glass door and entered the business.
A 51 year old woman was struck by a vehicle as she crossed the roadway at Washington Boulevard / Olive Avenue. The woman was pronounced dead shortly after arrival at a local hospital. FPD Traffic Unit was called out to investigate the collision. The area of the accident remained closed for approximately three hours.
On Nov. 29 at approx. 2pm, Officers responded to Citrus Drive on a report of an in-progress brandishing a weapon call. The victim reported his brother was in possession of a machete and threatened to kill him. The victim, fearing for his safety, locked himself in a bedroom while officers responded. When the offices arrived, they contacted the suspect in front of the home. During the investigation, the victim decided he did not want to any police involvement.
At approx. 3:45 p.m., a female victim was robbed of her cell phone as she walked home from school on Wyndham Drive.
Officers responded to the 3300 block of Country Drive at 8:40 p.m. A male victim was walking to his apartment when a Black male suspect came from behind and snatched his gold neck chain. The victim chased the suspect who turned around and pushed him to the ground, causing minor injuries. The suspect was described as being 5'10", medium build, last seen wearing baseball cap, dark jacket, and dark jeans.
At approximately 3:30 a.m., Officers were dispatched to the Metro PCS store located on Fremont Boulevard for an interrupted burglary. The resident in the upstairs apartment heard noise and rushed down to a see a male attempting to pry his way into the cell phone store with a screwdriver. He yelled at the suspect and the suspect fled toward Maple. The suspect was not located. He was described as an unknown race male with a thin build wearing a long blue jacket with a hood.
Residential burglary on Amberwood; entry via bathroom window. Loss included a laptop computer, Playstation3, coins, jewelry, etc.
Traffic Officers investigated a felony hit-and-run where pedestrian was struck by vehicle at Warm Springs and Fourier. Suspect was last seen northbound on Warm Springs. Vehicle is an older model pickup.
Robbery at "OO" Liquor. Two black male adults wearing dark clothing. One is armed with a long rifle, possibly a shotgun. Fled eastbound on Darwin Drive. No suspect vehicle seen. A second robbery happened minutes later at Lake Arrowhead Liquors. Descriptions match the suspect descriptions of bandits from last week.
Officers responded to Walmart on a report of a subject using a fraudulent credit card to purchase a new phone. Security advised that the card used in the purchase had a legitimate magnetic strip, yet the name and the number embossed on the card was suspicious. While responding to the call, Officers picked up the suspect vehicle traveling southbound on 680. Officers responded to the store and confirmed the card was fraudulent. The suspect vehicle was stopped, two suspects were positively identified and arrested for burglary.