July 3, 2012 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD
A residential burglary occurred at the 48000 block of Ventura Drive; investigated by CSO Aguirre.
A residential burglary at the 3500 block of Sutton Loop; investigated by CSO Allen.
A residential burglary occurred at 45900 block of Paseo Padre between 9:30 a.m. and -10:30 p.m.; investigated by Officer Hamblin.
Officer Wilson stopped a bike near Merganser / Falcon; the subject fled over several residential fences leaving behind his bike, meth pipe and bolt cutters.
The victim was a potential buyer of a vehicle from Craigslist. He met the suspect and seller of the vehicle at Greenpark Common and Ashwood Common. After the test drive, our victim decided not to buy the car. The suspect became angry and demanded gas money. Our victim who brought $1,100 dollars cash pulled out his wallet to give the suspect some gas money. The suspect saw the money and grabbed the wallet. The victim struggled to hold on to his wallet. The suspect punched the victim to get away. The loss was one bill from the wallet.
An attempt commercial burglary occurred at 1611 Washington Boulevard; investigated by Officer Hollifield.
A residential burglary occurred at Trinity Way Apartments at approx 6 p.m.; it was interrupted by neighbor. Two male suspects, one a Filipino male, 25 years "fat." Case investigated by Officer Gilfoy.
A residential burglary occurred on Twilight Common between Wednesday and Saturday; entry from rear sliding glass door. Investigated by CSO B. Aguirre.
Officer Lambert located a juvenile victim of a hit and run collision near 7-11 on Central. The 15-year-old male was riding on his skateboard in the crosswalk when he was hit by a car. The driver talked with the juvenile briefly then fled the scene. The victim sustained minor injuries. Investigated by Traffic Officer Tran.
A residential burglary occurred at 384 Olive Drive; investigated by CSO Allen.
Kohls Security called after watching two suspects committing theft inside the store. As the suspects exited the store they encountered store security and FPD Officers. One adult male parolee and his female companion with felony warrants were arrested for burglary and the loss was recovered. Investigated by Officer Hamblin.
Officers were dispatched to Blackstone Way after a Hispanic male juvenile of small stature, wearing a black hoodie with a gun entered the unlocked front door. The adult baby sitter encountered the suspect just as he entered the home. The suspect ran out the front door after being seen by the baby sitter. Officer Zargham is investigating.
At 10:56 p.m., a suspected gang member arrived at Washington Township Hospital with multiple stab wounds including a punctured lung. Officers learned that he was involved in a fight inside of the Kwik and Convenient Market (3157 Walnut Avenue) during which he was stabbed. He was uncooperative and told Officers that he would not assist in the investigation. Video surveillance was recovered from the business with images of potential suspects. Flores' injuries were initially life-threatening; however, he was treated and later released. Investigated by Officer Gilfoy.
At 10:59 p.m., officers responded to an address on Adobe Drive for a report of a fight between two family members. One of the combatants was arrested and booked at Santa Rita Jail. The victim was transported to Eden Hospital for treatment.
At 11:11 p.m., officers were dispatched to a large fight at a wedding reception banquet at Los Cerritos Park. It was reported that there were over 100 people at the reception. Witnesses reported hearing someone mention a weapon being involved. Upon arrival, the party had broken up and no victims had come forward with any information. Investigated by Officer Zargham.
At 12:18 a.m., FPD Jail requested assistance for several Detention Officers fighting with a prisoner. Patrol Officers arrived on scene in less than 60 seconds and assisted in subduing the suspect who had bitten a Detention Officer's arm. The suspect was transported to WTH for medical clearance and then to Santa Rita Jail for booking. The Fremont Detention Officer was treated and released from Washington Hospital.
A stolen vehicle was recovered and subsequently, a probation search of a house on Dali Street was conducted; no one was arrested.
What started as a suspicious persons call near Sundale turned into a possible auto burglary on Trinity with the same subjects. A subsequent call on Wheeler, a few minutes later, resulted in these subjects stealing a purple back pack, etc. and being chased by the victim. Both cars were unlocked so these were cases of petty theft. Shortly after that, Officer Haugh saw a suspect jumping fences on Stevenson frontage. Sergeant Gott pinpointed the area between Stevenson & Margery. A canine search was conducted but only the loss was recovered.