February 14, 2012 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD
CSO Anders investigated a residential burglary that occurred on Falcon Drive. The suspect(s) used an extension ladder to gain access through an open, second story bedroom window. Once inside, the suspect(s) took cash, a safe, and jewelry.
A 35 year-old male battered his girlfriend; she fled to Safeway leaving the kids at home. After contacting the victim, Officers Greenberg, Snyder, and Sergeant Gott drove to the suspect's house and heard him yelling inside. Contact was made to protect the children. When the suspect opened the door, he tried to close it and the fight was on. Sergeant Gott and Officer Snyder fought with him in the front yard and ended up tasing him. The male is charged with a variety of charges.
Officer Blass investigated a domestic disturbance on Lake Michigan Street. Arrested was an adult female after her boyfriend reported she threatened him with a steak knife. He was cut during the struggle to gain control of the knife.
Officer Blass was dispatched to Trinidad Terrace because a subject was seen banging on car windows. Officer Blass contacted and arrested a male for his outstanding warrants.
Outside assisted US Fish and Wildlife at Marshland Visitor's Center (1 Marshlands Road). Park staff reported a male was watching a movie in the Visitor's Center and reportedly hearing voices. US Fish and Wildlife did not have any available units, so they requested FPD assistance. Officers located the 49-year-old male and subsequently placed him on a psychiatric hold.
Officer Snyder was dispatched to a collision on Washington Boulevard near Meredith Drive. The driver of the vehicle got her vehicle stuck on the median. Officer Snyder arrested the driver, a 46 yr old female, for DUI.
Officer Blass was dispatched to a reported theft at Motel 6 North. Two women staying at the motel stated a male barged into their room and stole a cell phone and cash from them. They provided a description and Officer Blass spotted the male driving away from the motel and conducted a traffic stop. The two victims identified the male as being the suspect. They recovered their property but did not want to have him arrested. Unfortunately for him he had been drinking and is arrested for DUI.
Four residential burglaries were reported during the shift. Two of the four burglaries occurred at the Parkwood Place Apartments.