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December 30, 2011 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD

December 23

Officer Richards located an occupied stolen car at Fremont/Beacon. A stop was made and the driver arrested without incident.

Suspect(s) cut the wires that power lights in the area of Kato / Warm Springs. Officer Haugh investigated.

A Loss Prevention Officer at the CVS (Hub) called to report that a man threatened to shoot him. Officers responded and located the subject. No gun was located at the time of contact. The subject was ultimately arrested for making terrorist threats. Officer Soper investigated.

Officer N. Johnson was dispatched to Kohls for a petty theft report. The suspect was arrested for petty theft but was also charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, and under the influence of a controlled substance.

December 24

A witness reported that four adult bikes were taken from the front of Walmart on Albrae. The suspect vehicle was stolen out of Oakland.

Officers responded to 4250 Central on a report of a fight. Upon arrival the officers learned that a group of self-proclaimed Norteno gang members had broken out the front window of an apartment and were challenging the Sureno occupants to fight. One subject was arrested after he refused to comply with officers orders.

Officer Edwards conducted a pedestrian stop on a subject and before he could detain him, Officer Edwards watched the subject swallow an unknown object. Based on the subject's criminal history and his immediate physical reaction after swallowing the object, Officer Edwards called for medical aid. Officer Edwards and Officer Kennedy provided medical aid to the subject until FFD arrived on scene. The subject was transported to Kaiser and was in stable condition as of this writing.

December 25

A 29 year-old male was found unresponsive at Frontier Motel and confirmed deceased; possible suicide. CSI called for photos. Investigated by Officer Allsup.

A vehicle nearly collided (head-on) with Officer Butcher as the vehicle traveled on the wrong side of the road near Paseo Padre Pkwy / Grimmer Blvd. Officer Butcher stopped the vehicle and cited the driver for driving without a license.

An elderly man attempted to park his vehicle near the Ohlone Veterinary Hospital on Washington Boulevard. The man mistook the gas pedal for the brake and collided with the building. The man attempted to correct the situation by reversing, turning and colliding with two vehicles. Officers arrived and issued the elderly gentleman a license "re-certification" notice.

At 5:41 a.m., Officers were dispatched to Tonalea Street for an interrupted burglary. The victim called after she awoke to someone in her room carrying a flashlight. The suspect fled and a dark two-door vehicle was seen fleeing the area toward Scotts Creek Road. No loss. Officer N. Johnson investigated and CSI Kwok processed the scene.

December 27

Officers were dispatched to an auto burglary in the area of Stanford Lane and Vinehill Terrace. A witness saw a truck with lumber racks pull up to the victim vehicle and a suspect smash the vehicle's window. Two suspects and the suspect vehicle were last seen fleeing towards Mission Boulevard.

A residential burglary was reported at 4510 Peralta Boulevard. The point of entry was a punched lock on the front door.

Two teenage girls were caught shoplifting by Kohl's security. In an effort to keep security from telling their parents, they refused to cooperate. Officer Stone had to respond as a result. So instead of hearing from Kohl's security, their parents got a call from police.

Officer Holscher and Field Training Officer Franchi happened upon several citizens giving a male CPR in the roadway on Paseo Padre in Ardenwood. Unfortunately, the male, a local transient, had been struck by a passing vehicle. A witness remained at the scene and reported that the suspect vehicle was a '95-'05 silver SUV, similar to a RAV4. A second vehicle also struck the victim when he was down. Both vehicles left E/B 84. Sergeant Gott initiated a traffic callout. Officers Marcelino and Flynn responded to assist officer Peters with the investigation.

December 29

Another theft of copper occurred in the area of Fremont Boulevard and Beard Street. Detective George responded to the scene and took over the investigation.

Officers responded to 1220 Page Avenue after a security officer at that location saw three males enter a vacant building where recent thefts of copper have occurred. Upon arrival two males were detained inside the building and a third outside. Unfortunately, the suspects had not taken any property yet, but were clearly there to commit a theft. Both were arrested for trespassing.

A 21 year-old spray painting graffiti artist was arrested for tagging the Irvington area and an outstanding arrest warrant. Investigated by Officers Singleton and Setlle.

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