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January 1, 2013 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont PD

December 21
Alarm in 1800 Blk Mowry (medical office). Units respond and locate window smash. Officer Harvey hears movement inside and perimeter is set. Sergeant Tassano notices a subject nearby hiding behind a tree. A male was arrested for burglary. Building search by Newark PD Officer Jackman and K-9 Eliot. Loot from burglary was not too far behind the tree. Case investigated by Officer Contrada.

December 22
Two males forced entry into the back door of HallerÕs Pharmacy and brandished guns at two employees. The suspects emptied the victimsÕ pockets while forcing them to lie on the ground. The loss was oxycodone. The suspects were two black males; one wore a bandana over his face.

At approximately 6:58 p.m., the dispatch center received an open 911 call from a cell phone. Dispatcher Juliana Cruz found that an eight year-old juvenile was responsible for the 911 call. Dispatcher Cruz spoke to the juvenile and learned her parents had left her and her six year-old brother alone at an unknown motel. Dispatcher Cruz spent approximately one hour on the phone with both juveniles and determined they were at the Fremont Islander Motel. Officers N. Johnson and M. Smith responded and found the juveniles inside an unsafe room. Both juveniles were taken into protective custody. The parents had not returned to the motel at the time of this writing.

December 23
Several reports of hearing gunshots near the area of the Pepper Tree Apartments (37767 Fremont Blvd.). Area check of the neighborhood was conducted with negative results.

Zone 2 units responded to the area of the Round Table Pizza in Centerville for a fight with a possible gunshot heard. Arriving officers find a group of subjects and arrest a male for drunk in public. Investigated by Officer Blass

Security for Martinex Manufacturing on Osgood Road called to report that someone had broken into the business. Arriving Officers found that the suspect(s) attempted to cut a hole through the side of the building. Officers determined that the suspect(s) did not gain entry into the building. Investigated by Officer Austin.

December 24
Homeowners returned after being away for three days to find their home on Paseo Padre burglarized. CSO Aguirre investigating.

December 25
Officers detailed to a disturbance at 4400 block of Deep Creek. Turns out a family gathering following a relativeÕs death resulted in a fight over the proposed distribution of assets. There were 12+ family members involved and they turned on a neighbor who called police. Officers arrived and tried to separate the combatants but females were used as shields, and others tried liberating a male suspect from police custody. So one subject got tased and two others were arrested for warrants, resisting arrest and drunk in public. All officers were okay; the incident was supervised by Sergeant Griese.

December 27
Commercial burglary at Public Storage on Peralta. Several units were broken into over the holidays.

Late reported armed robbery at Walnut near Guardino. Victim was robbed of his I-phone by a Hispanic Adult Male, 25, dark hoody with a handgun. Victim waited several hours to call us. Officer Zargham investigating.

Residential burglary in the 37000 block of Elliot Street. Pet sitter discovered the burglary. Owners are away on vacation. CSO Goralczyk investigating.

Officer Taylor stopped a vehicle in Niles, driven by a 17 year old female with three passengers. The juvenile driver was arrested for DUI. This is her second DUI in a year. She was cited and released to mom after her blood test.

The owners came home from a weekÕs vacation to find the home on Sunrise ransacked and their vehicles moved. Officer Sasser investigating.

Commercial burglary at Outback Steakhouse. Officer Hartman investigating.

December 28
A woman, residing on Apache Court called to report that she was terrified of her boyfriend and his unstable behavior. The couple were engaged in an argument just prior to the male producing a handgun and threatening to kill himself. The woman barricaded herself and called FPD as the male was placing the gun in his mouth. The male fled into the neighborhood just prior to FPD's arrival. Officers responded, set up a perimeter and had the woman exit the residence. Officers also established contact with the suicidal man via cellular phone. Members of the Hostage Negotiations Team and Officer Snyder attempted to convince the man to surrender to police without success. Members of the SWAT Team responded and cleared the residence with the assistance of Milpitas PD's K-9 Unit. Several hours later, communication with the man was once again established. He informed officers that he was still in the neighborhood and agreed to surrender. The man was detained near the residence without incident.

AMC Auto Sales at 38395 Mission reported a customer had purchased a car on the 20th with stolen and forged checks. Officer Zargham had the vehicle entered into SVS. Within an hour SJPD stopped the vehicle and the driver was arrested.

Homeowner at 3300 block of Alder came home to find two juveniles in his backyard. They fled on foot and he followed, calling us on 911. Officer Johnson detained two juveniles in the area.

Residential burglary in the 40000 block of Spady Street. CSI Goralczyk investigating.

Residential burglary occurred on Belvedere. Investigated by Officer Piol.

Officers were dispatched to a trespasser alongside a neighborÕs home around 3 a.m. A 35 year old male was rummaging for recycling items and was arrested for being a felon in possession of a stun gun. Case investigated by Hartman.

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