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October 15, 2013 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Fremont PD

Friday, October 4
Officer Valdes and Officer Haugh were dispatched to a battery in the Walgreens parking lot. Upon arrival, it was determined that two females, a 23 year old adult female and a 24 year old adult female, were defending themselves from an elderly aggressive female. Unfortunately, the two females both had arrest warrants and were transported to Santa Rita.


Saturday, October 5
At approximately 12:45 a.m., a suspect entered the Mission/Niles 7-11 and robbed the clerk at gun point. Loss was cash from the register. Suspect was described as a Black male, 35 years, 6Õ00Ó, thin build, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and black pants, armed with a black semi-auto pistol. Suspect last seen heading west on Niles Blvd. on foot. Case investigated by Officer Chahouati.


Sunday, October 6
At approximately 1:00 a.m., officers were dispatched to the WTH ER regarding a male victim who came in with a stab wound to his back. The victim eventually provided suspect details and told officers that the stabbing occurred in front of the Bijan Restaurant (39935 Mission Blvd.) during a fight. Officers responded to the eatery and found several employees/witnesses and the female suspect still inside. A 22 year old adult female was arrested with the knife still in her possession. The victimÕs wounds appeared to be non-life threatening. Investigated by Officer Taylor.

At approximately 3:45 a.m., officers were dispatched to the Dacosta Apartments on Central Ave regarding a male suspect breaking into a car. Sgt. Fowlie located a 43 year old adult male nearby. Officers also located an unreported stolen Honda still idling near the scene. The suspect was positively IDÕd and an HD surveillance video was recovered that showed him exiting the stolen Honda and accessing the victim vehicle. The adult male was arrested on two violations of his parole, burglary and receiving known stolen property. Investigated by Officer Gonzalez.


Monday, October 7
At approximately 12:55 p.m., a resident on the 4500 block of Serra Ave called 911 and stated that an adult male had entered her backyard. Officers were immediately dispatched as she continued to tell dispatchers that the adult male had attempted to enter her house via a bathroom window. Officers arrived and detained a 36 year old adult male, San Francisco resident, who was now standing in front of the residence. In the end the detained adult male appeared to be under the influence of drugs. He told officers that people were chasing him, which was the reason he wanted to enter the victimÕs residence. It was also determined that he had also contacted the victimÕs neighbor and displayed the same behavior. Ofc. Zargham arrested the male for two counts of prowling.


Tuesday, October 8
A 1993 silver Nissan Sentra was stolen from the parking lot at the Village Green Apartments located on the 39800 block of Fremont Blvd. sometime between 11:00 p.m. on Monday and 6:00 a.m. on Tuesday. While officers were taking this report, they located an unreported 1997 silver Nissan Altima with a stolen plate parked nearby with its engine running and no key in the ignition. This vehicle was confirmed to have been stolen from a residence on the 4000 block of Bidwell Drive.

Officers responded to take a residential burglary report on the 41400 block of Denise Street. The time of occurrence is unknown. A television and DVDÕs were taken.

An unknown suspect took a 1998 grey 4-door Nissan Sentra from a residence on the 35900 block of Cabral Drive. The license plate of the vehicle is 4SKG332.


Wednesday, October 9
At approximately 2:00 p.m. officers responded to Safeway at the Hub in regards to an in-progress theft from the store. The caller told police that a male and female were in the process of stealing alcoholic beverages. As officers arrived, they located a female matching the suspect description exiting Safeway and walking north along the sidewalk. The officer noticed that she was holding several items in her arms without a bag. She was detained and had several items in her hands that she had taken from the store without paying for. Officers also made contact with the male half in the store.Ofc Gaziano arrested the female, a 23 year old Fremont resident, for petty theft from the Hub Safeway.

At approximately 3:30 p.m. officers were dispatched to the Bank of America located in Irvington on a report of a male suspect attempting to cash a stolen check. Officer Perry arrived and made contact with a male who was standing near the entry doors and matched the description of the suspect given by the caller. Officer Perry arrested the 21 year old adult male, Oakland resident, for forgery.

Officers took a commercial burglary report on the 43200 block of Bryant Terrace, where unknown suspect(s) pried open the front door to the business. Loss is electronics and power tools.


Thursday, October 10
Officers responded to take a cold burglary report on the 1400 block of Red Hawk Cir. The time of occurrence was between 1:30 pm on the 8th through 7:00 a.m. on the 10th. The point of entry was an open bedroom window. In addition to the victimÕs residence, her vehicle was also searched. Loss included headphones, a laptop, backpack and other small personal items belonging to the victim.

Officers responded to a residential burglary at approximately 11:40 a.m. on the 900 block of Sundance Dr. The homeowner had left his house around 10:00 am and got a call from his house cleaner around 11:30 am stating that someone broke into the house. The point of entry appears to be the sliding glass door. The unknown suspect(s) went directly to the master bedroom to search for jewelry. Nothing else in the house was touched and jewelry is the only loss from the master bedroom.

This investigation was passed to us from CHP. At approximately 2:05 a.m., CHP was on scene with a female who reported she was robbed by an Asian male adult suspect after he collided into the rear end of her vehicle at the NB 680 off ramp at Washington Blvd. The victim had exited north bound SR-680 at Washington Blvd and then stopped on the off-ramp for a red signal at the Washington Blvd intersection. While the victim was stopped, the suspect vehicle struck the victim's vehicle from behind. The victim pulled over on Washington Blvd east of Luzon Drive to exchange info with the other driver. When the victim exited her vehicle and checked the rear end for damage, the suspect ran to her vehicle, removed her purse and ran back to his vehicle. The victim ran after the suspect and as he drove away, his vehicle bumped the victim knocking her to the ground. The female believed the suspect may have followed her from a restaurant she had just left located on Warm Springs near Warren Ave.

Suspect Description:
Asian male adult, late 30's, 5' 5", slim, black hair, black eyes and wearing a dark jacket.
Suspect Vehicle:
A small silver or light colored 4-door Honda or Toyota with the last three of a yellow plate similar to 382 or 283. Investigated by CSI Wilson.

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