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March 19, 2013 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont PD

March 8
Three Asian males knocked on Reporting Party's (RP) door in the 4300 block of Dorsey Avenue and when RP answered through the door, they claimed to be looking for someone who did not live there. They then sped off in a silver import vehicle, possibly a Honda.

March 9
Kudos to several citizens who called FPD with driving observations of suspected DUI drivers! Arrests include: Ofc. Hunt stopped and arrested a 49 year old adult female for DUI; Sgt. McCormick stopped and arrested a 27 year old adult male for DUI.

A residential burglary occurred on Ferdinand investigated by Barbero.

March 10
Ofc. Luevano documented fresh gang graffiti in the area of Dusterberry/Hansen. Graffiti appears to be from a Newark norteno gang "YNL". Documented.

Two black male adults, both armed with handguns, entered Haller's Pharmacy and robbed it of Oxycodone. They were last seen running w/b into the parking lot. Both were wearing masks so there is a very limited description. Investigated by Ofc. Luevano.

March 11
At about 10:15 a.m., Ofc. Peters and Ofc. Dias were dispatched to Fry's Electronics on a possible theft in progress. Fry's security saw a suspicious vehicle park near an emergency exit and one occupant entered Fry's. As expected, the suspected, an adult male, Redwood City resident, committed a theft and left the store; Ofc. Peters was waiting for him. The suspect immediately took off running through the parking lot but could not outrun Ofc. Peters in his patrol car. He quickly surrendered without incident. Ofc. Dias contacted the driver and accomplice, an adult male, Redwood City resident, as he tried to drive out of the parking lot. A significant amount of methamphetamine, several computers, credit cards, and other suspicious property was recovered. Both were booked for a variety of felony charges.

Officers responded to GameStop at the Fremont Hub on a reported armed robbery. The suspect produced a black firearm and ordered an employee to give him an iPad and cash from the register. After receiving the loot, the suspect fled on foot. The suspect was described as a white male adult, 30's, 6'00, 150 lbs., dressed in a blue hat, grey sweatshirt, and blue jeans. Incident was captured on video. This incident was investigated by Ofc. Candler and supervised by Sgt. Snelson.

Ofc. Wilson checked the area of Central/Dusterberry and located six new gang graffiti tags. The tags were red and read "VNF X4," "VNF," "XIV," "SK," "NSF" and "NORTE" each was documented under a separate report number. The tags were seen as early as 10:30 p.m. and more was documented between 1:00 a.m. - 2:45 a.m.

RP reported four people fighting in the bar at the Cloverleaf Bowl at 1:30 a.m.. Units arrived and detained all four acquaintances, two were fighting over a female. One male was arrested for Obstructing/Resisting. Two other males, and the female (that was being fought over) were arrested for drunk in public. Inv. by Ofc. Sanchez.

March 13
Ofc. Luevano took a vehicle theft report at around 11:00 a.m. The victim vehicle was equipped with LoJack and at around 1:00 p.m., Newark PD advised they were receiving a LoJack hit on Central Ave. in their city for the vehicle. Numerous officers checked the area without success. Outstanding is a 2000 Ford Econoline van, CA/8E06702.

Victim was walking in the area of Capitol/Liberty when a suspect battered him and stole $20 from his hand. The suspect was described as a black male adult or Indian adult male in his 50's, grey hat, grey jacket, last seen running towards the old Schoeber's.

At approximately 5:50 p.m. officers responded to Blaisdell Way to investigate a residential burglary. The burglary occurred during the day between 9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Loss was jewelry and cash.

At approximately 2:00 p.m., FUSD Main Offices received a phone call from what sounded like a juvenile male. The male told FUSD personnel that there was a bomb on the grounds of Thornton Jr. High. Sgt. Cochran responded to the FUSD offices while Sgt. Russell and SRO Sgt. Koepf went to Thornton Jr High. The school was placed on lock-down for approximately 25 minutes while school was cleared. Patrol went to level one during this incident. Investigated by FTO Hanrahan and Ofc. Barbero handled the investigation.

A clerk was closing the Subway at Charter Square when a masked suspect ran into the store, shoved her toward the counter, and demanded the cash from the register. The suspect fled prior to police arrival and no witnesses or video surveillance were located. Investigated by Ofc. Wright and FTO Huiskins.

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