January 13, 2012 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD
Officers were dispatched to a report of possible in-progress residential burglary at 4300 block of Hardwood Street. The victim reported two juvenile males knocked on her front door and when she did not answer they entered her backyard. While in the backyard, the males attempted to open a window.
Responding officers set up a perimeter and attempted to contact the subjects; however, as the officers arrived, the males jumped the fence and were last seen heading toward Fairwood. Officers were able to track at least one of the subjects to an address on Fairwood (home of a probationer). After a short yard-to-yard search, officers conducted a probation search of the Fairwood address and located the two 16-year-old suspects.
The suspects were positively identified and arrested for attempted burglary. A special thanks to CHP for providing air support and to Officer Lambert for responding with his dog. Investigated by Officer Allsup and Field Training Officer Rodriguez.
Officers responded to the Carrington Apartments, 38900 Blacow Road, on a report of an in-progress residential burglary. The victim reported an unknown person knocked on her front door. The victim did not answer the door and within a few minutes a Hispanic male in his 20s attempted to climb through her bathroom window. When the victim confronted the suspect, he fled toward Blacow Road. A perimeter was set and the area was searched; however, the suspect was not located. The incident was investigated by Officer Allsup.
A 17 year-old Kennedy student was walking home and approached by a male offering her a ride and making inappropriate comments near Sundale/Boone. The suspect is described as a dark skinned male, 27-30 years old, 5'07"-5'08", with dark hair. Suspect vehicle is a black 90's model Toyota or Honda 4-door. This description matches similar cases in the area. Investigated by Officer Butcher.
A residential burglary was reported in the 34800 block of Armour Way. Entry was via a forced rear door. Loss is jewelry/electronic. Investigated by Officer Spear.
Victim's teenage daughter arrives home in the 4000 block of Stanley Avenue and finds the home was recently burglarized. Responding officers cleared the residence. Entry was via the back door. Loss is electronics/jewelry. Investigated by Officer Allsup
A residential burglary occurred at the Ramblewood Apartments. Entry was via front window. Loss was laptop and jewelry.
Officer Stone responded to Kennedy HS in regard to a suspicious circumstance. A 14 year-old female was walking home from school and noticed a dark green 4-door sedan following her. The vehicle was driven by an Indian male, black mustache; 30-40's wearing no shirt. The victim stated as she was walking, the vehicle kept pace with her and would not pass her. The vehicle eventually left the area when she attempted to notify people at Walter's Jr. High.
Armed Robbery occurred at the Quik Stop Market on Farwell Dr. A black male adult, 5'3 - 5'5", thin build wearing gray sweat pants, gray hoodie, black ski mask and carrying a black revolver entered the store. The suspect pointed the revolver at the clerk and took approximately $400 in cash from the register. He was last seen running N/B on Farwell Dr. Case investigated by Officer Zargham.