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March 5, 2013 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont PD

February 22
Officer Ceniceros responded to a suspicious circumstance at 37500 block of Glenmoor. PGE had gone to the location and found that the power to the building had been bypassed. A strong smell or marijuana was emitting from the location. The Major Crimes Unit was contacted. Search warrant was authored resulting in the confiscation of approx. two thousand marijuana plants and the arrest of two suspects found hiding inside.

Officer Nevin responded to a disturbance involving a handgun. The owner of Ramirez Market was in a dispute with a customer over a business transaction. The use of a handgun during the disturbance in a threatening manner was unfounded, but a handgun was present and found to have been stolen in 1999. Handgun was recovered. Officer Nevin investigating.

A residential burglary was reported on the 48100 block of Purpleleaf. Entry via backdoor.


February 23
A gray 1998 Toyota 4runner #2KSV571 was reported stolen from the 46800 block of Winema Common. Investigated by Officer Singleton.

A victim's check was stolen from her mailbox on the 4300 block of Goldenrain Ave and forged. Case handled by Officer Peters.

Three females entered Safeway (Warm Springs), concealed a variety of female cosmetics on their person(s) and exited the store. A Safeway security guard observed the burglary while it was in progress and called the PD. The security guard attempted to detain the three suspects, however they fled on foot towards an awaiting vehicle (Gold Toyota Camry) driven by a fourth female. Two of the female's made it to the car. The security guard was able to detain the third one. She pulled out a can on OC Spray and assaulted the security guard. Fremont units arrived and detained all four suspects. In the end, three were arrested for burglary. One also had a felony warrant for fraud. The one who assaulted the security guard with OC spray was arrested for robbery. Case was handled by Ofc. Hanrahan with assists from Macciola, Malcomson, and Huiskens. Sgt. Snelson supervised the incident.

Graffiti on-view by Officer Contrada who caught a juvenile tagging at Sundale / Bidwell. Juv's tag(s) are "NRS, ENARES, ENERASE and/or ENRS". Follow-up to graffiti abatement to see total of damage as this tag is all over the area.

Officers took a residential burglary report on Caliban. The incident occurred between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Case investigated by Officer Wright FTO Blass.


February 24
CSO Allen investigated a found property case where a safe was recovered from the area of the Quik Stop on Luzon. Indicia was located inside the safe that led CSO Allen to the owner. It was determined the safe was taken during a Fremont residential burglary.

At approximately 11:20 p.m., officers responded to the area of Central Ave between Dusterberry Wy and Joseph St on a report of an injury collision involving a vehicle and a pedestrian. The Fremont Fire Department and Paramedics Plus also responded to the scene. When officers arrived they found the female pedestrian on the ground, breathing but unconscious. After finding no pulse, officers began CPR on the pedestrian until FFD arrived.
During the preliminary investigation, officers at the scene learned that a burgundy 2000 Toyota Corolla was travelling eastbound on Central Ave just past Dusterberry Wy. The Toyota struck a pedestrian who appeared to be crossing Central Ave in the south bound direction. The pedestrian, a 35 year old female and Fremont resident, was transported via ambulance to an area trauma center. She sustained major injuries as a result of the collision.
The driver of the Toyota, a 48 year old female and Union City resident was uninjured in the collision; alcohol or drug use did not seem to be a factor.

The collision scene on Central Ave was closed to traffic during the investigation and was reopened at approximately 3:50 a.m. on 2/25/2013. Anyone who may have witnessed events related to the collision may contact Officer L. Tran # 12745 of the Fremont Police Department Traffic Unit at (510) 790 6760 or (510) 790 6800 ext 12745.

Commercial Burglary at Sushi Tango - 4100 block of Cushing. A window smash entry. Loss was cash from the register.


February 25
At approximately 10:30 a.m., officers were dispatched to a residential burglary on the 42600 block of Fontainebleau Park Ln. The burglary had occurred between 2/24 at 5:00 p.m. and 2/25 at 9:30 a.m. The rear sliding door was pried open and loss was a laptop.

Officers were dispatched to the 35000 block of Armour Way. The burglary occurred between 9:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Entry was made via a sliding door. Loss is jewelry, laptop and iPad.

Officers responded to the Central Ave area (Centerville) on the report of gang graffiti. The majority of the graffiti was "VNF, X4, NSF, NORTE" in red and the characters were approx. 4' high each. We believe the graffiti was done between 3:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. Case investigated by Ofc Wilson.

Officers responded to Glendale Ave to take a stolen vehicle report. A silver Mustang license 5JYZ529 was stolen between 9:00 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. Case investigated by Ofc J Harvey.


February 26
At approximately 10:45 a.m., a resident on the 5000 block of Turban Ct called and reported that two men entered his residence. The victim ran out of the house and over to an adjacent school. The victim observed the suspects flee and get into the listed suspect vehicle. Officers surrounded the house, and cleared it of suspects. A vehicle with a similar description was stopped leaving the area, but it was not the burglary suspect(s). Ofc. Samayoa investigated the incident.
SUSPECT DESCRIPTION(S): (1) Male, 5'6", 180-190 lbs, dark gray hooded sweatshirt, jeans (2) male - no description.
SUSPECT VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: Older, red, 2D, silver or white faded bumper.

A caller reported some unknown person(s) attempted entry into his residence on the 2700 block of Cutler Ave, without permission. The caller stated he and his wife reside in the residence and they both heard an "unusual" noise at approximately 8:30 p.m. last night (2/25), but did not investigate it further until today. He said that he noticed one of his patio chairs was on the side yard, as well as a screen from the ground floor bathroom window, which was found damaged and on the pathway beneath the window, so he notified FPD for a report.

Officers were dispatched to a residential burglary that occurred on the 2300 block of Peralta Blvd. The burglary occurred between 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Point of entry was a kitchen window and loss was laptops, digital camera, designer accessories and cash.


February 27
A male not known to the business on the 3500 block of W. Warren pulled up into the rear lot of the building in his vehicle. The male got out of the vehicle and stuck a package under the decking near a pond of water. He waved at employees then drove away. Officers respond and determine the package to be suspicious. A partial evacuation of the business takes place and ACSO bomb squad called out. They eventually determined that the package is not an explosive device. This call tied up several units for a couple of hours.

Officers were dispatched to a verified alarm at a commercial business on Encyclopedia Cir. Upon arriving they determined a roll up door was breached. A building & area search was conducted but no suspects were located. Investigated by Ofc. Barbero & FTO Sasser.


March 1
A Commercial burglary was reported at Glass Point Solar (46485 Landing Parkway,) where a vehicle rammed the roll-up doors; loss was computers and tools. Investigated by CSO Anders.

Residential Burglary reports at 34600blk Hurst Av and 2600blk Barrington Tr.

Officers took six reports of vandalized vehicles along the Central Ave and Hansen Dr corridors. Suspect(s) are unknown.

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