July 10, 2012 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD
A citizen returned home (39000 block of Royal Palm Drive) and discovered the screen missing from a window. As the citizen approached the home, a male suspect walked out. Officers responded and were unable to locate the suspect. Cash and jewelry was taken. The suspect was described as an adult Hispanic male, 22-25 yrs, 5'09", average build, grey sweatshirt and blue jeans. Case investigated by Officer Fullenbach.
There were two residential burglary reports on Ramblewood Place, both investigated by CSI Goralczyk. A rear window was broken at each residence.
Sergeant Gott was the first to arrive on scene of a suspected assault with a deadly weapon case that had just occurred at the Cloverleaf Bowl. A taxi driver was reportedly hit with a beer bottle. Officers searched the area but could not locate the three suspects. The taxi driver was not injured. Officers searched multiple locations for the suspects with no results. At 1:30 a.m., the original victim called back advising that the suspects were back at Cloverleaf Bowl. After searching Cloverleaf, it was determined this was a battery at best and the victim could not ID the suspects. Officer B. Johnson located the suspects on Costa Way and it appears it was a mutual combat (case suspended).
Several homes on Cadencia Street were burglarized. A short time later, the same suspects attempted to burglarize a home near the 46000 block of Paseo Padre Parkway, but were interrupted by a neighbor who heard the window smash. The suspects fled in a gold Buick LeSabre. Det. Miller responded and is following up.
Officers responded to a report of a possible prowler in a backyard on the 5400 block Fiesta Road. Upon arrival, they contacted the adult son of the homeowner who was under the influence of a controlled substance and placed under arrest. Investigated by Officer Valdes.
Officers were sent to the 38800 block of Helen Way to investigate an extremely intoxicated 27-year-old male trying to start fights with the other residents. The male greeted Officers Singh and Kwok on the front porch, and was promptly arrested for being drunk in public. He did not appreciate this, and showed his feelings by kicking the window out of Officer Kwok's patrol vehicle. The male was subsequently wrapped and transported to Santa Rita with an additional vandalism charge.
A strong arm robber was reported at Subway on Mission Boulevard at approximately 9:50 a.m. The suspect was a Black male adult, 20-30 years old, minimal facial hair, clear glasses with black frame, black baseball hat with white logo, black jacket, white t-shirt, and dark shoes with white laces. Loss was $350.
A residential burglary was interrupted on Parkmeadow Drive at approximately 11:50 a.m. A White Male Adult, 30's, very short hair, 5-09 - 5-10, and medium build knocked on the victim's front door. The victim was not expecting anyone so she did not answer the door. Moments later, the suspect was seen running in her back yard. The victim quickly locked herself in a bathroom, called her husband, and then called 911. While on the phone, the victim heard the suspect inside her house. The suspect tried to kick in the bathroom door, however fled prior to police arrival. It appears the suspect may have been armed with a knife as one was found in the master bedroom.
Officer Layfield responded to the 4300 block of Bidwell in regard to a subject possibly selling marijuana from his car. A 21-year-old male was contacted at the scene and was in possession of about 2 lbs. of marijuana and 18k in cash. He was booked into jail for possession for sales.