April 30, 2013 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Fremont PD
Officers were dispatched to a robbery at the Subway on Thornton. Suspect was a black male adult, 19-20 yrs, 5'10/thin build, red cloth covering his face, simulating a firearm. He was last seen running s/b Dusterberry. Investigated by Ofc. Ceniceros.
Hayward PD called at around 8:30 a.m. as they located the victim vehicle from the carjacking that occurred earlier in the morning at Ferry Ln./ Fremont Blvd. Det. Magana coordinated having the vehicle towed back to FPD for processing.
CSO Codey investigated a commercial burglary at the recycle center near Raley's. Unknown suspects broke into the recycle center and stole money and recyclables.
Two males shoplifted in Raley's and fought with store security as they were detained outside. A 32 year old adult male and a 31 year old adult male both went to jail for battery and shoplifting. Inv. by Ofc. Torrico.
Reporting party called to report just finding bullet holes in her front window on the 4300 block of Peralta Blvd. They holes were created by an unknown object between 4/18 at 9:00 p.m. and 4/19 at 3:30 p.m. Inv. by Ofc. Wilson.
Solo vehicle versus tree and sign post at Eggers/Hastings. A 19 year old adult male was driving his vehicle n/b on Hastings and failed to negotiate the traffic circle at Eggers Dr. He jumped the N/E curb, struck and removed a 13 in. diameter Pepper tree and a street sign before skidding another 50 feet north. The vehicle caught on fire initially and a neighbor was able to extinguish it before officers arrived. A few minutes later, the car became fully engulfed and melted down to metal. FFD was able to put out the fire. The driver, uninjured despite major damage, was arrested for DUI and booked at FPD Jail. (photo)
Reporting party at the 40900 block of Durillo Dr. reported his two and a half year old (100+lb) German Shepherd was acting vicious, foaming at the mouth and he feared for his family's safety. Units arrived and determined dog was an extreme hazard. Officers attempted to use catch poles but the dog was not going along with the plan. Officers successfully deployed a Taser which was effective, allowing two poles to be placed and the dog and get him transported to an emergency vet. He was sedated, but continued to fight until they got him into a kennel.
A residential burglary, backyard window smash, was reported on Via Sombrio, investigated by Ofc. Settle.
Officers responded to a verified alarm on Kato Rd and found that a secured yard had been accessed and an electrical room had been broken into. The loss is unknown at this time but it appears the suspect(s) may have been scared off by the alarm prior to cutting any wire. Investigated by Officer Meredith & FTO Austin with an assist from zone 3.
White male adult, 20's, black hoodie, black pants, gray hat, black scarf covering his face, armed with a black semi-auto pistol. Suspect entered Pizza Hut at The Hub and ordered all employees to the ground, then fled with an unknown amount of money. The suspect was seen loitering at the bus stop on Mowry Ave prior to the robbery. This case is likely associated with the robbery of the Pizza Hut on Grimmer that occurred on 3/31.
Reporting party reported crossing Cushing Rd. and possibly seeing a suspicious person hunkered down near a light pole. Lights were all out of service again. Siemens reported that work had just been done to the lights and all should be functioning. Power lines were checked and we were able to confirm they were recently clipped and prepped for removal by copper thieves. A request to fix the lights has been made.
A homeowner (45000 block of Grimmer Blvd.) was at home and received a knock at her front door. The homeowner did not answer the door. Several minutes later, she observed a second suspect looking through a window in her backyard. The suspect(s) fled when they saw the homeowner. Officers checked the area, but were unable to locate the suspects. Ofc. Hamblin investigated the incident.
#1 - white male adult, late 20's, 6'00", skinny build.
#2 - black male adult, dark skinned, early 20's, 6'2", skinny build, short hair, black T-Shirt and jeans.
From BART PD:
On April 23, 2013 a victim reported a Sony Explorer AM/FM CD stereo was taken from inside his 4 door, 1999 gray Honda Civic while it was parked at the station between 7:05 a.m. and approximately 6:30 p.m. The victim was unsure if the vehicle was locked.
BART PD asked for assistance for two Hispanic male juvenile's possibly breaking into vehicles in the BART lot. K9 Ofc. Lambert arrived and two juvenile males ran from him. They were detained by Ofc. Lambert and Madsen. Both had stolen items on them and one of them had a no bail warrant. A Fremont victim called about her vehicle having been broken into at Washington Hospital. Her stolen items were found on one of the juveniles. Both were arrested and transported to Juvenile Hall.
Officers were dispatched to the 34000 block of Colville Pl for a possible auto burglary where neighbors reported seeing a female near a vehicle with a smashed window. Officers did not locate the female but the registered owner of the vehicle was contacted in another city and advised they were not willing to respond and would deal with the vehicle at a later time. Investigated by Ofc. Allsup.
Officers were dispatched to an armed street robbery near the Walgreens at Paseo Padre Pk and Mowry Av. The two victims, who are brothers, walked from their home to the Wells Fargo ATM machine to make a deposit at 2:30 a.m. They are confronted by the suspects and robbed at gunpoint. They described the suspects as a Hispanic male adult wearing a black hoodie, blue jeans, 5'5", 17-20 years old, armed with a silver handgun and a black male adult wearing a black hoodie, blue jeans, 5'7" 17-20 years old. Officers checked the area but did not locate the suspects. Investigated by Ofc. Taylor.
A juvenile was punched and robbed of cash and portable speakers at Bay St. Baywood Apartments. Victim sustained no injuries. Case investigated by Officer Madsen.
Officer Haugh coordinated a probation search/warrant service at a residence on Fairwood Street. The 16-year old juvenile probationer had an active warrant for removing his GPS anklet. The mother refused to answer the door for nearly 30 minutes. After she finally answered, the suspect was located hiding in his mother's bedroom.
Officer Soper stopped a motorcycle near Mission Blvd & I-680. Dispatch advised the motorcycle was stolen from San Jose. Officer Soper arrested a male for vehicle theft and poss. stolen property.