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April 20, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD

April 17
Officers were dispatched to a report of an automobile burglary at the Starbucks (Mohave). Officers not only responded to this report, but they deployed to several other Starbucks in the city in anticipation of additional auto burglaries (last week officers discussed a recent series of auto burglaries in which the suspects strike multiple Starbucks locations within a short time period). Officers also had a good suspect vehicle description. Officer Perry responded to the Starbucks (Mowry/Farwell). He noticed a suspicious vehicle (similar to the suspect vehicle description) drive into the lot. The occupants began looking into parked vehicles. Officer Perry maintained surveillance and established a perimeter. After loitering in the area for several minutes and acting extremely suspicious, the suspect vehicle exited the parking lot. A high risk vehicle stop was conducted and the occupants were detained. Officers ultimately discovered and collected stolen property from the initial auto burglary (Starbucks-Mohave). Three suspects were arrested. Officer Stone was the primary investigating officer.

Officers were dispatched to an in-progress brandishing call. A witness from inside the liquor store at 3100 Mowry Ave. called to report that two males were arguing and shoving one another, and one had a knife. Officers arrived within minutes and sorted it out. In the end, Reginald Nunn went to jail for being drunk in public.

Walmart loss prevention arrested a male for petty theft of some toy helicopters. Officer Gonzalez handled the case.

Robbery-a victim called to report that he was robbed of his wallet at knifepoint near the ATM at the Wells Fargo Operations Center. Four suspects were involved, with two white males stepping out of a blue car and robbing the victim, while the other two waited inside. Officer Allsup investigated.


Residential Burglaries:
5100 Ridgewood Dr, investigated by CSO Senquiz
38800 Stonington Tr., investigated by Officer Tarango
4200 Margery Dr., investigated by CSO Senquiz
5100 Ridgewood Dr, investigated by Officer Lobue
680 Plomosa Ct, investigated by Officer Miller


April 18
Reporting person on Franklin Avenue advised that three males in black clothing just "put a gun" in her cousins face. RP states that suspects and victim all fled on foot. When officers arrived, the victim was back at the residence and not injured. The victim/cousin was the victim of a stabbing near Food Maxx the previous week. Suspects were not located. Incident is possibly gang related and investigated by Officer Chinn.

Burglaries:
1800 block of Mento Dr. Unknown point of entry.
4555 Thornton Av Country Wood Apts. Point of entry kitchen window.



April 19
A woman called and reported that a male was attempting to break into her residence. Officers responded and upon arrival, Officer Zargham observed the suspect near the home. The suspect fled and was pursued on foot. A perimeter was quickly established utilizing SROs, Detectives and members of the Street Crimes Unit. The suspect ran from yard to yard for approximately thirty (30) minutes. With the assistance of citizens, Officers reestablished visual contact with the suspect and pursued him on foot for a second time. FPD K-9 Officer Lambert deployed his K-9 who captured the suspect in a nearby yard. Sgt. Lopes supervised the incident.

Fremont Fire Department called to report they were treating a man who claimed to have cut himself. FFP felt that the wound was a stab wound. Officer Manrique responded and determined that a juvenile female stabbed her father after and argument. The juvenile disagreed with her parents attempts at controlling her life. The juvenile was issued a notice to appear.

Kato road was shut down due to a gas leak all day and night.

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