March 23, 2012 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD
Residential burglary reported that a home on Perkins Drive.
A house was burglarized and ransacked in the 3800 block of Alder Avenue. Loss is unknown loss at this time.
An attempted residential burglary was reported in the 5500 block of Ridgewood Drive. Front window was pried and broken, but no entry.
Red Light Camera Demonstration at Mowry Avenue & Fremont Boulevard: Approx. 10 demonstrators were at the southwest corner with no problems. Police presence was not needed nor provided.
Afghan peace rally at Bill Ball Plaza was peaceful. About 150-200 people participated. Sergeant Fowlie and Officer Lobue monitored the event with the help of Traffic units.
Hit and run with injury on Walnut at BART, caused by a driver failing to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk.
Hit and run at the Fremont Hub, caused by an unsafe parking maneuver, investigated by Officer Aranguren.
Hit and run at Auto Mall and 880, investigated by Officer Taylor.
A citizen called and reported damage (vandalism) to his vehicle parked on Wilford Court. Officer Tran and Officer Piol arrived and discovered that the victim's vehicle had been shot several times. Evidence was collected from the scene by CSI Gaziano.
Officer Kindorf and FTO Huiskens checked the registration list at Motel 6 North and located a female with a felony warrant. They saw a female matching the description pull up in a van and contacted her. She turns out to be a different female, also with a warrant. Two adults were arrested for drug violations and warrants.
Officer Kennedy dispatched to Safeway 5-corners for a petty theft and arrested the juvenile suspect.
Officer Chan and FTO Tarango were dispatched to Safeway 5-corners for a petty theft and ended up arresting an adult male for burglary.
Burglary at 34000 block of Alberta Terrace; victim's garage door opener was taken in an auto burglary the previous day. Suspects return today and burglarize garage.
Burglary at 1700 block of Firth Court; entry made through garage doggy door.
Two males in a black Cadillac Deville fired 4-5 rounds towards Mojo's Lounge (Centerville) after an argument in the rear lot. .25 auto casings were recovered; no injuries or property damage reported. Investigated by Officers Hamblin & Blass.
Officers responded to Seneca Park Avenue on a complaint of solicitors. The reporting party said the solicitors were posing as PG&E employees and offering solar products for sale. Officers M. Smith and Greenberg located the group, who said they were simply offering information on solar products but not selling anything and not claiming to be PG&E employees. One of the solicitors was arrested for a misdemeanor warrant (probation violation).
A resident on Mello Way returned home and interrupted a burglary in progress. The victim noticed the suspect inside the residence on the stairway and fled to a neighbor's house for safety. The suspect was described as a black adult male wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt, dark pants and gloves. The suspect fled prior to police arrival on the scene.
Officer Butcher was dispatched to a late-reported strong arm robbery that occurred at Cloverleaf Bowl. The juvenile victim, who is well-known to the PD, stated he had his phone and keys taken. He described the suspect as a Hispanic or Black male in his early 20's with a thin build wearing a black and red hooded sweatshirt.
A burglary at 6000 block Naples Terrace was interrupted. A female resident was confronted by a male suspect inside her home. She scuffled with the suspect prior to him fleeing with cash and laptops. Officers responded but the suspect was gone. A K-9 search was unsuccessful. The victim described the suspect as being a black male in his 40's, 6-foot with a heavy build wearing a black beanie. The loss was two laptops, and cash. The case was investigated by Officer Hamblin.
Six residential burglary reports taken during the shift:
Sunriver Co.;unknown point of entry and loss.
Cottonwood Street; entry via window smash, unknown loss.
Teakwood Drive; unknown point of entry and loss.
Encanto Way; unknown point of entry, loss was electronic equipment.
Marietta Drive; entry via window smash to the rear sliding glass door. Loss included jewelry and cash.