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April 16, 2013 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont PD

April 5
U-Haul on Grimmer Boulevard called to report they recovered two stolen U-Haul trucks; one in Los Gatos, one in Richmond. Both were driven by U-Haul employees from where they were located, back to Fremont without first being reported as found. CSO Codey handled.

Officer Wright was dispatched to Washington Hospital to contact a stabbing victim. It was learned that the victim was confronted in the parking lot of the Good Nite Inn by a Hispanic male (20's, 6', 180, grey beanie, light grey t-shirt, and blue jeans) and white female (20's, 5'5, 125, white top, and blue jeans). The female suspect sprayed the victim in the face with an unknown substance while the male suspect stabbed the victim in the temple and arm with a knife. As the victim fell to the ground, the male suspect removed the victim's cell phone from his pocket. Both suspects fled on foot.

Officer Malcomson responded to Kohl's after store security detained an adult female and adult male for attempting to return stolen merchandise. While at Fremont Jail the female informed Officer Malcomson that she had a bindle of methamphetamine in her mouth. She was booked for burglary and possession of drugs and the male was booked for burglary.

April 6
Security officers at Target (Hub) detained an adult male for theft. Security officers believed he was responsible for thefts from other Target stores. Officer Dooley responded and arrested the detained male for burglary. The male confessed to two additional burglaries at other Target locations. In the end Officer Dooley booked the adult male for three counts of burglary.

April 7
A residential burglary occurred at the 100 block of King Road between 8:55 p.m. and 9:55 p.m. Unknown suspects attempted to gain entry via a shattered rear sliding door. House alarm possibly scared suspects off as nothing was reportedly taken.

A commercial burglary was reported at the 2100 block of Mowry - a dental office was burglarized sometime between April 6 at 5:00 p.m. and April 7 at 6:50 p.m. A rock was used to break a window where unknown suspect(s) entered the business. Loss was numerous computers, a network server, cash and toothbrushes.

Very busy night when the storm rolled in with the rain and wind gusts up to 40 mph. This resulted in (18) alarm calls and (8) traffic hazards due to tree branches breaking/falling. One of the traffic hazards involved live wires falling onto Fremont Blvd at Grimmer (south).

April 8
A vehicle was burglarized at the Country Club Apartments on the 4400 block of Hansen Ave.

Officers were dispatched to take a report of a vehicle on 4900 block of Everglades Park Dr. that was vandalized. The reporting party had just parked it in front a residence, when approximately 4-5 minutes later he went outside and found all four tires flat, the windshield shattered and the gas tank tampered with.

Lab Corp on 2100 block of Mowry Ave. was burglarized sometime between April 7 at 8:45 a.m. and April 8 at 8:00 a.m. Unknown suspect(s) gained entry by breaking a large glass pane with a decorative rock. Coins from a petty cash box were the only known loss.

US Merchant on 48000 block of Fremont Bl. reported that unknown suspect(s) tore a hole in the wall. It did not appear the suspect(s) had made entry into the building as nothing was missing and there was no alarm activation.

A caller reported that he had just interrupted unknown suspects at his home on the 4100 block of Hansen Ave. A black male adult wearing a black jacket seen trying to enter rear window, but no entry was made. Suspect not located. Officer Perry investigated case.

Officers were dispatched to a reported residential burglary on the 41100 block of Roberts Ave. The home had been burgled between 7:45 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on April 7. The point of entry is a rear door doggie door. The loss includes a laptop computer, two cameras, and misc. jewelry.

April 9
During a search on Union St. a possible pipe bomb was located. Officers determined it was suspicious in nature, which required the ACSO Bomb Squad to respond. ACSO determined the device was a non-explosive.

Kohls security watched a group of females concealing items. FPD officers were summoned and the trio was detained outside. Two were cited, but a 25 year old adult female had a $5K burglary warrant out of Sonoma County. She was booked. Officer Harvey investigating.

April 10
Officer Hamblin investigated an incident at an auto dealership on the 5600 block of Cushing where a customer returned a loaner car completed stripped. Loss included the passenger side and drivers side front seats, door panels, lower portion of the passenger side dash including the airbag, plastic molding around the front doors, back seat, rear car speakers, spare tire, jack kit, rear plastic molding, and they removed the screws from the engine compartment cover, and an air intake hose. Parts were replaced from a different vehicle. Initial assessment was that the damage was around $15,000 - 25,000. Officer Hamblin arrested a 30 year old adult male, Gilroy resident, for grand theft.

Officers were dispatched to a residential burglary at approximately 2:30 p.m. The burglary occurred sometime between 2:15 p.m. and 2:27 p.m. The unknown suspect(s) removed a screen and entered through the window. The master bedroom was ransacked. Unknown loss at this time.

April 12
Officer Merrill investigated an armed robbery that occurred on Roberts/Washington. The victim said she was approached by a black female adult and offered a ride. When the victim refused, the suspect produced a gun and ordered the victim and her friend to hand over their jewelry. The suspect fled without taking any property and was last seen s/b Roberts in a white vehicle.

Victim on Castanos St. returned home to find his front door kicked in. Loss was a firearm and other property. Invesitgated by Officer Torrico

Officer Hollifield located a reported stolen vehicle at Motel 6 (North). With the assistance of SCU, surveillance was conducted, which was met with negative results. The vehicle was recovered.

A female victim left a local gym on-foot and decided to cut through Azevada Park on her way home. An unknown male grabbed her from behind, ripped her shirt, and attempted to pull her pants down. The victim was able to break away from the suspect. The victim ran home and called the police. An area check for the suspect was met with negative results. Officer Wright handled the investigation.

A citizen saw a male go in backyard of house at Hamilton/Stueben Ct. that has been red tagged by Code Enforcement. Officers checked the backyard with negative results. When they were about to clear the call, a blacked out white Mitsubishi screeched around the corner and was surprised to see the officers. Two adult males were arrested for possession of meth and under the influence of a controlled substance.

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