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September 18, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont PD

September 7
At 9:40 p.m., Officer Kwok ran a license plate that came back reported stolen. Officer Kwok followed the vehicle waiting for cover and made a high risk stop at Blacow Road/Central Avenue (Centerville area). The 75 year old male driver was detained and cooperative. The subject was driving a rental car that had the stolen vehicle plates. The rental car he was driving was not stolen. The stolen plates were recovered.

At 3:25 a.m., a 27 year old adult male victim left Central 7-Eleven (Central Avenue) and as he parked in front of his home on the 4700 block of Central (Centerville area), a white Chevy Trailblazer type vehicle pulled up next to him and fired two or three rounds at him. One round struck the A-Pillar and entered the vehicle. The victim was not injured. The victim was uncooperative and provided varying stories. He could not describe the suspects, did not know where the shooter was seated, and he also declined to view a possible suspect vehicle that UCPD had stopped. The victim denied gang affiliation but admitted to previously being a "Northerner." Investigation by Officer Tang.


September 8
This morning at 11:30 am, a 49 year-old woman was alone in her home on Purpleleaf Street, napping in her bed. She awoke to find herself surrounded by four Hispanic males, one of whom was carrying a gun. The woman immediately began to fight and tried to use the phone. The men began beating her and attempted to bind her with duct tape. The woman continued fighting, and was able to escape from the house to a neighbor's home. The men ran away out the back of the house, taking some jewelry with them. The victim was treated at the hospital for facial injuries. Officer Singleton is the investigating Officer and Sgt. Lopes managed the scene. Detectives have been notified. Further details can be found in the press release sent earlier this morning.

Officers were dispatched to Central Park to a report of a missing three year old child. The child was last seen 30 minutes prior to the report in the playground area north of the swim park. Officers began their search and coordinated with Park personnel. The child was found at the community center and returned to the grateful parents. Great effort by all!

Officers were dispatched to Centerville Park to a reported Pit Bull attack. Officer arrived and found a twelve year old girl had a dog bite to her arm. A six month old Pit Bull had been let off the leash and got away from the owner in the parking lot. The dog immediately ran towards the girl. The dog made several attempts to bite her, but the girl continued to swing to stay away from the dog. The dog was finally able to bite the girl on the arm as the owner arrived. The owner took the dog and fled the scene after saying sorry. Witnesses provided officers at the scene with the license plate of the owner's vehicle. A follow up investigation led to contacting the owner and seizing the dog near his residence. The dog has been placed in quarantine and Animal Services will follow up to this investigation. The twelve year old received a puncture wound to her forearm and has several scratches from the dog.


September 11
Citizen called about two Hispanic male adults stealing FedEx boxes off porches in the area of Winslow Terrace/Vane Commons (Ardenwood neighborhood). The two suspects had fled on bicycles. Officer Samayoa located one suspect fleeing the area on his bike. A 39 year old adult male and current probationer had some loss on his person. A victim was located and the loss was determined to be from his FedEx delivery. The subject was arrested and booked.

A citizen reported a silver Nissan abandoned at Page & Milmont (Warm Springs area) with car parts strewn about in the roadway. The vehicle had been stolen in Newark. Officer J. Harvey handled the case.

A green Honda Civic (Lic. 3TIP648) was stolen from the Cedar Apartments (Centerville area) during the night.


September 12
Citizens called about a black male adult trying to sell stolen video games to some patrons at the Ohana BBQ (Fremont Hub) and when they wouldn't buy them, he threatened them. Hub Security subsequently called us about the same individual threatening other patrons. Officer Baca stops a 35 year old adult male and he was arrested for criminal threats and trespassing.


September 13
Officers attempted a vehicle stop on a vehicle w/ paper plates near Alder and Fremont (Cabrillo area). The vehicle initially failed to yield and then fled, heading westbound Decoto to NB 880 (no pursuit). As the Maxima entered the onramp to NB 880, the front passenger dumped a back pack. Sergeant McCormick checked it and found a sawed-off shotgun, ammo, etc. SNARE was invoked but the vehicle was not located. A few hours later the vehicle was located abandoned at Deep Creek & Shylock. The front plate was still on the car (stolen out of Oakland five days ago).

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