December 6, 2011 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD
Prowling arrest by Officer Fowlie. 17 year-old male suspect, just recently off probation for burglary, was arrested while trying door handles on apartments at Village Green.
Garage burglary, 40400 Block of Blanchard Street - Resident interrupted a garage burglary and chased the suspect who just stole the family's scooter. Resident returned home while Officer Manrique attempted to stop the suspect on Eugene/Davis Streets. A short foot pursuit occurred and suspect was detained and positively identified.
A distraught male called to report that he had tried to kill himself by laying across the train tracks near Mission/Warm Springs. The engine stopped and reversed, foiling his plan. Officer Settle arrived and transported him for a mental evaluation.
Officers responded to a two vehicle collision at Auto Mall/Cushing. One vehicle had rolled over. Officer C. Tang arrested one driver for DUI.
Warren and Warm Springs: A Lexus (1000 miles on it) was being driven on Warren when it rode up on the center divider for about 300 feet, just far enough to cause the car to go up in flames. The two occupants were able to get out but were not around when police arrived. They were located safe and returned to the crash. The car was destroyed.
Approximately 80 Occupy Fremont Demonstrators marched through the financial hub of Fremont. The Demonstrators were peaceful and concluded their march around 12:15 p.m.
A 47 year-old male was walking his dogs along the UPRR tracks just south of Stevenson Boulevard when he was struck by a train. He was deceased at the scene. UPRR police arrived to investigate.
At about 7:50 a.m., a report was received of several shots fired in the area of Busby Way and Silverlock Road. Four 9mm casings were found on the street at that location. No victims were located. During the investigation, a witness reported that a white male adult (driver) and black male adult (passenger) got out of a newer model black Lexus at that location. The driver fired a gun into the air while the passenger appeared to be filming the gun shots with his cell phone. The suspects then drove away from the scene.
The front desk at the Residence Inn (5400 Farwell Pl) called about a female who checked into a room using a false name. The subject was arrested for identity theft.
Officer Shadle spotted a suspect from a previous attempted robbery report. The suspect was on his way to Washington Hospital, so Officer Shadle gave him a ride. Shadle had the victim come by for a positive ID. The suspect became upset, and broke a $2000 EKG machine. He was charged with attempted robbery, felony vandalism, resisting arrest, and had a no-bail drunk in public warrant.