April 6, 2012 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD
Officers were dispatched to a report of a fight at Stevenson and Fremont Boulevards. Two 20's year old males decided to get into it. The victim honked at the suspect as they exited 880 at Stevenson. The suspect took offense to this and followed the victim. They confronted each other and the suspect began to beat the victim. The victim's elderly mother tried to come to her son's aid but the suspect took the mother's walking cane and beat the victim some more. Victim sustained minor injuries. The suspect went to jail for assault with a deadly weapon. Case investigated by Officer Perry.
A residential burglary attempt was reported at the 200 block of Junipero Common. The suspects were in the act of prying the front door when they were interrupted by residents.
At the Fontana Apartments, a drunk male missed his apartment by one floor and tried to force his way into the wrong apartment despite the resident's yelling for him to go away. The resident called PD and we found the male laying on the floor in front of the unit. Officers observed a knife between the male's knees and held him at gunpoint/taser until he could be taken into custody. The male made suicidal comments and was transported for evaluation. Investigation by Ofc. Macciola. Incident coordinated by Sgt. Fowlie.
Officer Lawrence investigated a report of gang-related graffiti spray painted on a fence 36200 block of Perkins Street.
Officers responded to the Arco Brookvale on a report of a theft that just occurred. The victim reported she was getting gas when a suspect reached inside her vehicle from the opened passenger window and stole her purse. The suspect was last seen on foot running away from the gas station. The suspect is described as a black, male, 30's, 5'10, wearing a red/white sweat suit and a red beanie.
A residential burglary was reported on Louise Court. Entry was made via door kick to the side garage door. The suspect(s) conducted an obvious search of the residence, however; there was no loss.