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August 7, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Det. William Veteran, Fremont PD

July 30
A construction trailer located at the 39000 block of State Street is broken into. Loss is reported to be a laptop and other computer equipment. The burglary occurred sometime between 7/27/12 -7/30/12.

AT 3:25 p.m. CSO Escamilla was dispatched to a residential burglary that occurred on the 43000 block of Continental Drive. The suspect(s) gained entry into the residence by forcing open the side garage door. Loss was laptops, DVD's, video games, cameras, small electronics and jewelry. The burglary occurred between 8:20 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Possible suspect(s) seen wearing "hoodies" in the area.

Officers were dispatched to Cloverleaf Bowl after a suspect, 31 year-old adult male, approached a group and punched an innocent victim in the face. The victim's friend jumped in and fought off the suspect. The suspect then entered the victim's vehicle and attempted to drive off. The victim's friend removed the keys from the vehicle however the suspect then stole a purse and fled in his Ford Mustang. The victims provided a license plate and units located the vehicle as it arrived home. The suspect was arrested for carjacking, grand theft, and battery. Handled by Officer Chan.

Officers were dispatched to the Glen Haven Apartments (4260 Central Ave.) after numerous witnesses observed a Hispanic male discharge six (6) rounds into the front of the complex. Witnesses advised that the suspect was last seen running into the Glenview Apartments. A welfare check was conducted of all apartment units exposed to the gunfire. A search was conducted of the Glenview Apartments for the suspect with negative results. Case investigated by CSI Dexter. Scene managed by Sgt. Hummel.

July 31
Busy day with several calls from citizens regarding suspicious persons in residential neighborhoods believed to be casing for residential burglaries. Detectives assisted patrol with area checks.

Three businesses at a shopping center located at Paseo Padre Parkway and Driscoll Road were burglarized overnight. Suspect(s) smashed out windows to gain access into the businesses. Loss was cash and one of the businesses was missing a laptop. Officers Chinn, Franchi, and CSI Gaziano teamed up for the investigation.

At 11:18 a.m. Officers were dispatched to a burglary attempt on Granville Drive in the Glenmoor neighborhood. Suspects attempted to gain access into the house through a sliding back door. Earlier Officers had been dispatched to the same area at about 10:30 a.m. on a suspicious circumstance call where witnesses called in four black male adults, possibly in their late teens, jumping a fence. A possible associated vehicle was reported as a 4-door, tan Pontiac Grand Am with a license plate of 3UTY716... Negative results on the area check.

At 3:30 p.m. CSO Escamillla responded to a residential burglary that occurred in a garage on the 39200 block of Marbella Terraza. It is believed that the burglary took place at 3:00 a.m. Items were removed from a vehicle in the garage along with a small safe that was in the garage.

At 3:29 p.m. CSO Allen responded to a stolen Green 1993 Honda Accord 4 door CA# 3FCC258 from 39200 block of Wilford Street. The vehicle was taken between 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

August 1
At 12:57 Officers were dispatched to a suspicious circumstance call on Butano Park Drive. The homeowner came home and found her front door open and a screen off a rear window that had been left partially open. The burglary occurred sometime between 10:30 a.m. and 12:50 p.m. Witnesses said that they saw the suspects and their vehicle backed into the driveway. The witnesses spooked the suspects and they left before taking more large items (TV left near the doorway). Suspect #1- White male adult in his early thirties, standing about 5'-10" tall with a muscular build and having short dark hair. Suspect #2- White male adult in his early twenties, standing about 5'-7" tall with a skinny build and having dark hair. Suspect #2 was wearing a dark colored shirt. Suspect vehicle is a newer Toyota Camry, light tan or beige colored with four doors. Suspect vehicle had no plates.

August 3
Bay Area Day Care Center (located at Patterson Elementary School) was burglarized sometime during the past few days. A hamster was taken in the burglary. No suspect leads at this time. Several lights at Patterson Elementary School appear to have been intentionally broken by the same person(s) suspected of the burglary at the school.

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