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April 2, 2013 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont PD

March 25
Officers were dispatched to a call of an aggressive panhandler at Kaiser (Ohlone Building). The suspect was asked to leave several times by Kaiser Security, but he continued to return. Officer Gourley and Officer Stone responded to the call and contacted an adult male. Shortly upon arrival the adult male attempted to flee and resisted officers after learning he had an outstanding arrest warrant. The suspect was taken into custody.

March 26
On Monday, March 25th at approximately 3:15 p.m. officers were dispatched to the area of Sundale Dr. and Nelson St. to investigate a possible sexual battery. A juvenile reported that she witnessed an adult male approach a teenage female from behind and lifted up her skirt. The suspect was described as an Asian male in his 30's, with a heavy set build. He was wearing a black shirt, gray sweat pants and slippers. On Tuesday, School Resource Officers assisted with the investigation and helped locate the victim. Working with Detectives, officers identified the suspect as a registered sex offender (28 year old adult male) who lived nearby. Several officers went to the suspect's house and arrested him for attempted sexual assault.

A 20 year old adult male was driven to Kaiser Hospital for a mental evaluation by his mother after he made threats to several family members. While being evaluated, the male fled on foot from the hospital. Officers Richards and Huiskens attempted to contact the subject via cell phone with negative results. With consent from the mother, officers responded to the residence in Niles where they collected several rifles and several edged weapons. After approx. 2.5 hours, the subject was located in the hospital's cafeteria. The subject was returned to the hospital for a mental evaluation. Officer M. Smith was the case agent and Sgt. Miskella supervised the incident.

March 27
At 12 p.m. a CSO was dispatched to the Public Storage on the 4500 block of Peralta Blvd on the report of a burglary to a storage unit. It was determined that the burglary likely occurred back in January when several units were burglarized. Loss was flat screen televisions, movies and other various household items.

Officers assisted an outside agency on a warrant service at an address on Seneca Park Dr. The neighborhood Kidango preschool was placed on lock-down for a short time during the arrest. Sergeant Snelson was present during this incident.

At the conclusion of the above listed incident a male subject contacted Sgt. Snelson and stated he had been assaulted by two males in Rix Park. Several officers were in the area at the time due to the above listed incident and detained a group of male subjects. It was determined that the victim was robbed of his camera. One subject was arrested for robbery. Officer Barbero and FTO Hanranhan handled the investigation.

Multiple units responded to the 4100 block of Mowry Ave regarding a well known adult male who was destroying the interior of his family's home and making suicidal threats. Officers arrived and the subject temporarily barricaded within the home. Officers convinced the subject to exit and he was detained and put on a mental evaluation hold. Investigated by Officer Candler.

March 28
Residential Burglary occurred at 2700 block of Parkside Dr. Entry via front door.

Officer Torrico was dispatched to REI to investigate a reported commercial burglary. The suspect ran out of an emergency exit with loss and entered a silver sedan driven by an unknown male. REI staff was unable to determine the loss.

CSO Escamilla investigated a missing persons case where a female adult threatened to drown herself in the Emeryville area. The Coroner located a body in the bay that matched the description of the missing subject prior to the report being taken.

Officers were dispatched to Tan Oak Dr. regarding two males with flashlights in the construction area. Officer B. Johnson arrived and confronted a male subject who ran from him. Swing shift assisted mids with a perimeter. In the end, no crime could be established and the perimeter was broken down.

While dealing with the above call, units were dispatched to a strong arm robbery at the Good Nite Inn. A female victim reported that three males knocked on her door, forced their way into her room, and stole her purse & jewelry. No surveillance or witnesses were located. Investigated by Officer Settle.

A commercial burglary was reported at the 41200 block of Fremont Blvd. Investigated by Officer Contrada.

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