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July 9, 2013 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont PD

Friday, June 28
CSO Gott initiated nine (9) reports for commercial burglary. Suspect(s) gained access to several businesses on the 3900 block of Washington Blvd. however the loss appears to be minimal. Access was gained via the HVAC system.

Officers were dispatched to a report of a baby locked in a vehicle at the Vitamin Shop on Christy St. Officers responded code 3 and located a 10 month old baby locked inside a vehicle. As officers were preparing to force entry into the vehicle, the father showed up and opened the vehicle. The baby was found crying and sweating profusely (there was a high temperature of 97 degrees today). Officer Stone arrested the father a 35 year old adult male for child endangerment. The baby was medically cleared by paramedics and released to the mother who responded to the scene.

Saturday, June 29
Officers were dispatched to a report of a male pulling a knife on a girl operating a lemonade stand at Hastings St/Ashford Way. Two juvenile suspects were detained near the scene. Officer Samayoa arrested a 16 year old male juvenile for possession of a switchblade knife and for providing false information to a peace officer.

At about 11:33 a.m., Fremont Dispatch received a 911 call from acaller whostated that his friend had jumped into the Alameda Creek via the railroad bridge at the very south end of Vallejo St. in the Niles district and did not resurface. The reporting party stated he and his friends had been jumping from the bridge for recreational purposes. Resources and personnel were summoned from Fremont Fire, East Bay Regional Parks PD (Helicopter), Alameda County Sheriff's Office (Dive Team), and Union Pacific Railroad PD. At about 2:33 p.m., members from the Alameda County Sheriff's Office Dive Team recovered a body from the water. The initial call was investigated by Ofc. Gilfoy and managed by Sergeant Crandall. Alameda County Sherriff later took over, due to the waterway being within their jurisdiction. We'd like to thank all of the public agencies who responded to assist. Patrol service reductions implemented for three hours.

The reporting party responds to his business on Albrae St after his alarm company notified him of an activation. The reporting party found the front door broken. Officers searched the building, but no suspect(s) were located. Loss was several laptops and digital tablets. Officer Torrico investigated.

Sunday, June 30
A caller reported that for the past two weekends a Hispanic male, age 30-40, 5'09/5'10, described as physically fit, has been hiding in the bushes near the track at Walters Jr. High. The male was jumping out from behind bushes and harassing female joggers on the track as they ran past him. He runs with them, sprints ahead, circles around them, makes noises and whistles, but never speaks. The caller stated that on both occurrences he was on the adjacent field and observed the man harassing his wife who was running on the track. He went on to state that the male was hiding behind buildings, doing pushups, hanging and thrashing on trees and breaking branches. Last week the incident occurred around 2:30 p.m. and the caller stated that he had been wearing red shorts. This week we were called around 11:30 a.m. and he was reportedly wearing a black tank top, black shorts, black shoes and had what appeared to be elbow protection like that of a rollerblader. Officer Baca and K9 Harkos checked the area for the suspect, but did not locate him. No other reports have been made in this area with similar circumstances. Case being investigated and followed up by Ofc. Baca.

Officers were called to a suspicious circumstance call on Pizarro where several females in a red Honda were apparently trying to steal a gold Honda that was parked on the street. Both vehicles had left the area, but Ofc. Stillitano spotted a red and a gold Honda driving north on Fremont. Each was being driven by a young female matching the description given by the caller. Ofc. Stillitano attempted to stop the gold Honda and the female driver took off, attempting to elude him. No pursuit was initiated but he watched as the vehicle turned onto Whitehead. Units checked the area and found the gold Honda parked and running on Coleman Place. Neighbors said that the driver had jumped over a fence prior to the officers arriving. After checking two yards, the 14 year old driver (suspect) was found attempting to hide. She was taken into custody and transported to FPD. The vehicle was, in fact, stolen.

Monday, July 1
A black male adult, 6'1, 250 lbs., muscular build, wearing a Raiders hat, black t-shirt, and grey sweats, entered T-Mobile at the Fremont Hub, grabbed five secured Smartphones from a display area and fled on foot. The incident was captured on video. Ofc. Wright and FTO Blass investigated the incident.

At approximately 7:15 p.m., officers were dispatched to Motel 6 north to investigate brandishing a firearm call. The driver stated he was driving northbound 880 and exited Fremont Blvd, when he was cut off by the driver of a newer silver BMW 3-series driven by an older black male adult. After an exchange of hand gestures, the driver of the BMW boxed the victim into a parking stall, got out of his vehicle and pointed a silver and gold pistol at him. Officers later located a similar suspect vehicle and contacted the driver, who admitted to pointing a Taser at the driver. Due to a high call volume officers had to leave and are following up today. Ofc. Stillitano investigating.

At approximately 8:15 p.m. officers were dispatched to the Chase ATM located on the 3900 block of Washington Blvd. A skimming device was found by repairman. Ofc. Huiskens investigating.

At approximately 1:50 a.m., we received a call from a reporting party who was on-viewing a suspect peeping in a third floor window (hanging from a ledge) on the 1100 block of Chopin Terrace. The first arriving officer locates the man and he jumps to the second floor to escape from the officer. The officer broadcasts that he is fighting with the suspect and is awaiting cover units who are delayed because of gate code issues. A second officer arrives and the suspect is Tased. The suspect, a 49 year old adult male is arrested. Investigation reveals this may not have been his first visit to the complex for such activities.

Tuesday, July 2
Reporting party called and stated two unknown persons (possible suspects) were in his neighbor's rear yard on Ellmann Pl. Officers responded and could not determine if the residence had been burglarized. Case documented as a suspicious circumstance by Ofc. Fuellenbach.

Officers responded to the Goodnite Inn on three separate occasions. The first incident involved an adult male carrying a bat around the property. The second and third involved a similarly described adult male carrying a large knife around the property. Ofc. Fabian determined that a 27 year old adult male was the person seen with the knife. A consent search of his room for the knife was met with negative results. At about 1:30 p.m. we received a suspicious Circumstance call of a male who was carrying a large knife at the Grocery Outlet on Stevenson Blvd. Officers detained the same male who we contacted at Goodnite Inn and found an extremely large knife concealed on his person. Ofc. Baca placed him under arrest for possession of a deadly weapon.

Officer Stilltano conducted a traffic stop at the Brookvale Shopping Center. He pulled over a Dodge Durango that was listed as stolen out of Hollister PD. The driver (sole occupant) was compliant and was taken into custody during the high risk car stop.

Thursday, July 4
Victim was robbed in front of his apartment on Hastings St. Victim was hit with a stick. Two suspects: S1 WMA, wearing a white A's jersey and shorts; S2, WMA or HMA, in his 20's wearing red shorts and a white vest. Loss was a wallet. Officer Meredith investigating.

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