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November 13, 2012 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont PD

November 7
Officers responded to Brier Elementary School (Sundale Drive) on a report of suspicious man. A female Kennedy High School student reported that during the past month a man has offered her a ride in his vehicle on five different occasions as she walked to school. The suspect is described as an Asian male, early-mid 20's, heavy build with short dark hair. The suspect vehicle was described as a white mid-1990's Suburban like SUV with a roof rack. Officer Allsup investigating.

A large dog attacked and killed another smaller dog in the area of Cornish Dr. Both dogs were off leash when the incident occurred. Officers responded and assisted Animal Control Officers with the investigation. The dog was taken into custody by Animal Services who will further investigate this incident.

An 11 month old girl fell three stories from an open window into some bushes on the 800 block of Walnut Ave. Initially the child was unconscious but regained consciousness. The child was airlifted to a Stanford Hospital. Condition unknown and determined to be an accidental fall.

At 10:06 p.m. officers were dispatched to the 39300 block of Sutter Drive to investigate a residential burglary. A couple returns home to discover that their house was burglarized during the day. Several items were taken including: jewelry, personal documents and small electronics. Officer B. Johnson handling the case.

Holiday Inn (Albrae) security interrupt three subjects near their property. They catch one, an 18 year old adult male, but the others flee. The 18 year old claims they went for a walk on Automall, but parked near Holiday Inn. Unfortunately, he still had the red paint on his fingers from tagging his artwork all over the Public Storage wall and cargo trailer parked on the street. The 18 year old is arrested for vandalism. Officer Valdes investigating.

The reporting party calls us at about 3:40 a.m. stating that a suspicious person was looking into the homeowners vehicle parked in the driveway on Montalban Drive. We arrived and determined that the suspect had taken items out of the center consul of the vehicle. The suspect description is an adult male, 6 feet tall, wearing all black clothing and a hooded sweatshirt. The suspect got into a in a silver Mercedes 4-door with no plates when he realized the victim saw him. Officer Austin investigating.


November 9
Reporting Party in 34000 block of Winslow Terrace calls FPD stating two males at his front door knocking. He talked through the door and they said they were there to answer a craigslist ad to buy a TV. R/P denied ad and they left on Tupelo. Quick thinking R/P got the plate (6WQT211) of the silver Toyota RAV4 and it came back stolen. A short time later, Ofc. Sanders spots the car and they flee at a high rate of speed. He tries to catch up with lights and siren and eventually determines they were driving too erratically so he cancels his attempt. Vehicle still outstanding and last seen possibly into UC from Fremont/PPP north.

Victim was loading groceries into his car at Safeway five corners when the suspect approached and robbed him of his Iphone at gunpoint. Suspect fled on foot. Officer Stillitano Investigated.

FPD Officers were dispatched to BART for an outside assist. A rider in a wheelchair reportedly dropped a gun, as he transitioned from his wheelchair to a seat on the train. BART officers were extended. Officers Austin & B. Johnson led the team to evacuate the train car and detain the subject. The male had a toy semi-auto handgun under his hoodie and in his waistband. Ofcr Leopardi documented our actions.

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