February 24, 2012 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD
A residential burglary was reported on Ridgewood Drive. The reporting party could not identify a point of entry; however, the rear slider was found wide open and the front door unlocked.
Another residential burglary occurred at the Casa Arroyo Apartments. Unknown point of entry and loss at this time.
Officers Luevano and Lawrence were conducting a security check at the Motel 6 north when Luevano spotted an adult male wanted for burglary. The suspect was walking with a friend as Luevano set up a hasty perimeter. Luevano arrested the suspect, but his associate escaped. Officer Dexter was taking a Burglary report across the street when Luevano put out description of the two suspects. The description matched Dexter's suspects, so he did a drive by with a witness producing a positive ID. Nice work by all including Detectives Shadle and Martinez who assisted at the scene.
Officer Bocage was dispatched to an in-progress residential burglary on Roanoke Way where the reporting party was watching the burglary unfold. Sergeant Codey set up the perimeter, and six minutes later, an adult female exited the victim house with her ill-gotten booty. Officer Bocage arrested her along with two males who were waiting in the get-away car. Officer Martinez assisted on this case as well.
A well-known transient was harassing customers at the Safeway- Five Corners. A witness saw the male cursing at a mother and young child. The witness confronted the male who was belligerent and punched him who then demands prosecution. The witness was cited for battery by Officer Newton and Field Training Officer (FTO) Ferrara.
A reporting party saw a male following two 13 year-old juveniles in the area of Eggers/Granville. The reporting party attempted to confront the male who fled; an area check was conducted with negative results. Investigated by Officer Fuellenbach and FTO R. Smith. The male was described as a white male 45-50 years old, wearing blue jeans, blue jacket and a baseball cap.
CSO Goralczyk responded to assist on a traffic collision with minor injury. After the tow trucks left the scene and involved parties departed, one subject was left at the scene; apparently, the family forgot their father behind. CSO Goralczyk assisted the father in calling the family who returned from San Ramon to pick him up.
Officer N. Johnson was dispatched to a suspicious circumstance near the Country Club Apartments on Hansen. There was a disturbance and a male was lying on the ground. The male, was found to be driving a nearby vehicle and was arrested for DUI and driving with a suspended license.
Officer Blass was dispatched to a vehicle that was causing a hazard on Paseo Padre Pkwy near Decoto. The vehicle had struck the center median and was disabled. The driver, an adult male, was intoxicated and was arrested for DUI.
Officer Valdes was dispatched to a suspicious vehicle where a male was passed out in a vehicle that was running. An adult male was arrested for DUI.
A reporting party called to report a woman driving southbound in the northbound lanes of Mission Boulevard, near King. The woman reportedly drove over the median island and kept driving on a flat tire. She eventually crossed the island again, now southbound in the correct lanes. She made it to her house in Niles when Officers Haugh and Zargham arrived and arrested her for DUI.
A woman and her three children (ages 3-6) arrived at Lucky's (Mowry) and find a white, adult male, age 25-30, with an orange shopping cart exposing himself. Officers searched the area but he was not located. Officer Merrill handled the case. An adult male was located 30 minutes later at Mowry & Argonaut, positively ID by the victim and arrested.
A residential burglary was reported on Onondaga Way. Point of entry was the garage roll-up door. Loss included misc. household items.
Attempted burglary on Davis Street in which the rear bedroom window screen was removed.
Officer Stillitano made a car stop at Washington and Roberts for a vehicle with a broken taillight. The driver of the vehicle had a suspended driver's license. Prior to being pulled from the vehicle, Officer Butcher saw the male place something under the driver's seat. During the search of the vehicle, a loaded .22 handgun was found under the driver's seat. The adult male was arrested for carrying a loaded handgun not registered to him and possession of a loaded concealed weapon.
A Citizen called to report an in progress residential burglary at a residence on Conway Terrace. The citizen advised that they could see the suspects enter and exit the residence carrying property. The two suspects were described as Hispanic males. The suspect vehicle was described as a white Suburban. Officer Luevano arrived on scene and located the suspect vehicle leaving the area. The suspect vehicle fled and a pursuit was initiated. Officer Dexter and Officer Bocage joined the pursuit as it traveled north on Mission Boulevard. At one point, Officer Luevano terminated the pursuit as he felt that the conditions were too dangerous to continue. The suspect vehicle was last seen by citizens in Hayward driving recklessly.