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March 27, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD

March 22
A four car pileup on Mission Boulevard at Lima Terrace resulted in a complete closure of Mission Blvd. for 1 hour. Minor injures only.

Commercial burglary at the Men's Warehouse, 40971 Encyclopedia Cir. Point of entry was via front double doors (pry); loss included two laptop computers.

Officers responded to Raleys on a theft and arrested a male on a no bail misdemeanor warrant. He was transported to Santa Rita Jail.

Officer Valdes was dispatched to a call of a large tree burning behind townhouses on Roberts. A witness at the scene of the fire provided a description of a suspect after hearing a male say he was going to "burn this place down." Officer Valdes contacted a 51 year-old transient who admitted to setting the fire. The transient stated he burned another transient's encampment after a disagreement. No structures were damaged and FFD was able to put the blaze out quickly. A complaint will be sent to the DA for charging.


March 23
Officers Hartman, Bocage & Lawrence conducted a warrant service at 4000 block of Deep Creek looking for a 25 year-old female suspect. During set up, they located a stolen vehicle (unoccupied). A female walks out as officers approach and has the keys to the stolen vehicle. She gets arrested for both.

A reporting party calls in a reckless driver on Dewey Place. The plate reveals it's a stolen vehicle from Oakland. Police were advised that two occupants are still with the vehicle at the end of Dewey. A perimeter was established and officers roll in. The juveniles were arrested without incident.

Newark PD requested assistance to locate an at-risk missing person. An 82-year-old female had been missing from her residence for two hours. Three officers with FLIR (forward looking infer-red) devices to searched for the female. She was found close to her residence.


Hit and run at Osgood and Auto Mall. The suspect is described as a white male in his 30's driving a newer blue Mustang with a partial plate of 5F. Investigated by Field Training Officer Austin and Officer Allsup.


March 24
Officer Soper and FTO Lambert investigated a theft at Raley's Supermarket. Further investigation revealed the adult male met the requirements of a burglary. He was transported to the Santa Rita Jail Facility.


March 25
Officer Chan and FTO Hanrahan were dispatched to Bill's Liquors for a call of a male urinating on cars. They locate a victim and the suspect. The male was arrested for indecent exposure.

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