February 10, 2012 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD
Officers responded to an attempted residential burglary and a completed residential burglary in the 35800 block of Mission Boulevard. The unknown suspect(s) entered one of the homes via an open window. One victim left her home for about 30 or 40 minutes, and returned to discover the burglary.
Residential burglaries were reported at the 37000 Block of Panton Terrace, 35000 block of Mission Boulevard, and the 40000 block of Fremont Boulevard. No suspect information.
Five houses on Wabana Street were evacuated when water from a seven-foot diameter pipe flooded a portion of the street. The pipe runs along Interstate 680 and carries water from the Delta to Santa Clara County. Officers were on scene for three hours. Workers from the California Department of Water Resources cleaned up the debris.
Residential Burglary - 35600 Block of Cabral - Loss to be determined.
Several guests at Extended Stay America called to report a fight in a 3rd floor unit. One guest reported seeing three males, one with a gun, flee towards the stairwell. Units surrounded the hotel and contact was made with the clerk. A check of the target room revealed the aftermath of a large, abandoned party. No victims were located, and no arrests were made. Investigation by Officer Holscher.
A reporting party called in a vehicle bouncing off the center divider of the freeway and followed it to Milmont Business Park where the driver attempted to change a flat tire. Officer Settle responded and arrested an adult female for DUI.
Fremont Fire requested assistance on a suspicious fire at the1300 block of Stevenson Boulevard. Several boxes and papers were smoldering on the patio of a residence when they arrived. Fremont Fire personnel on scene could not determine the cause of the fire and suspected that it was intentionally set. Officer Francisco conducted the investigation.
A residential burglary was reported at the Garden Village Apartments. Entry was made through a bedroom window. Loss is jewelry/electronics.
The 44000 block of Topaz Court was the location of a residential burglary that occurred while victim was at work. Point of entry was an unlocked sliding rear door. Three rooms were ransacked, loss was jewelry.
Officer Perry investigated an assault that left the victim with bleeding on his brain. The incident occurred on February 4 at Bully's Bar. The victim, who seemed to be minding his own business, was confronted and punched by a 44 year-old male. The victim was knocked out for three minutes. Officers continue to investigate.
A reporting party on Parkmont Drive reported an ex-boyfriend kicking in the front door. While en route to the location officers were informed that the ex-boyfriend was inside the house, had the reporting party's son and was suicidal. A contact team was formed and entry was made into the house. The ex-boyfriend was located in the front bedroom holding the 5 year-old child but had no weapons. The child was separated from the ex-boyfriend (also the father) who was taken into custody after a brief struggle.