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January 7, 2014 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD

Friday, December 27
At approximately 3:20 a.m., officers are sent to a collision at Blacow Rd and Central Ave. When Officers arrive they locate several eye witnesses who were on a porch of a near-by house. The witnesses saw a silver Honda Òblacked outÓ traveling north on Blacow Rd. The Honda was going about 50 mph when it entered the intersection on a red light, struck a green Mustang and drove through a light pole. The driver then continued north on Blacow Rd. in the southbound lane and struck two parked vehicles. The driver was identified as a 26 year old adult male, Fremont resident. He was arrested for felony drunk driving. All but one patrol officer was used at the scene and we reduced service levels for several hours.

The Traffic unit was working enforcement tonight when they all responded to ÒracersÓ forming in the south end of town. Several hundred cars were located gathering near Milmont and Kato Rd. The traffic unit assisted patrol and managed to herd them on to the freeway and out of town.


Saturday, December 28
Officers were dispatched to check on the welfare of four children under the age of 10. The father of the children arrived at the residence and discovered they had been left alone by their mother. The childrenÕs father called FPD after waiting approximately 45 minutes for the mother to return. Officer Johnson arrived and conducted the investigation. Multiple attempts were made to call the childrenÕs mother with no success. Officer Johnson was on scene for approximately 30-45 minutes before the mother arrived home. She advised that she drove to the store and was only gone a short time. The 42 year old adult female, Fremont resident, was arrested for child endangerment. The children were released to their father.

A CHP Helicopter received a LoJack hit in the area of Durham Elementary. CHP ground units and FPD units began searching the area but could not locate the vehicle as it was most likely hidden in a garage. The investigation was ultimately turned over to CHP with no further involvement by FPD.

Officers were dispatched to the Calvary Baptist Church on Roberts Ave for a possible burglary. The alarm company heard audio of a loud crashing sound after the alarm was tripped. Officers set up containment and K9 Officer Layfield used K9 Kalimero for the search. The doggy later indicated on a subject behind a closed door. The subject was contacted verbally, complied with commands and was detained. In the end, there was no crime. The male was a caretaker of the church and accidently set off the alarm.

At 2:20 a.m., Fremont Fire responded to a fire at Warm Springs Elementary. The snack shack near the baseball diamond caught fire. FFD was unable to determine if the incident was accidental or arson, so Officer Settle responded to photograph the scene and document the incident.


Sunday, December 29, 2013
Officer Burns responded to a report of found property on the 4000 block of Calypso Tr. A citizen located several shell casings and womenÕs clothing in the roadway. The casings appeared to be rifle rounds. The items were collected.

Officers responded to a residential burglary attempt that occurred sometime in the last week on 36000 block of Coronado Dr. Unknown suspects tried to pry the weather strip off a window at the front of the house. The suspects did not gain entry and no loss was reported.


Monday, December 30, 2013
A totally stripped and unreported stolen '98 Chevy Camero (#6AZS764) was abandoned at King/Terrace. Investigation determined that the vehicle was stolen from an auto repair shop in Niles. Investigated by Officer Soper.

The janitor at Zyomex (6500 block of Dumbarton Circle) called police after interrupting two suspects who had just broken a window and entered the building. Prior to securing herself in an interior office, she saw the two suspects run back toward the broken window. Officers responded and set-up a perimeter. Officer Samayoa led an entry team into the building and located the janitor and cleared the building. Unknown loss at this time. The two suspects were described as black make adults, approximately 20 years old, wearing surgical masks. Investigated by Officer Taylor.

An employee from Novariant (45000 block of Northport Loop) called the police to report he had interrupted a suspect who had just broken a window and entered the building. The suspect was last seen running out the backdoor. The suspect was described as a Hispanic male adult, 5Õ09" - 5'10"wearing a mask. Investigated by Officer Settle.

Victim woke up and discovered the back slider to their door (Southwycke Terrace) was unlocked and the closet was ransacked. The loss is a wallet. Investigated by Officer Fuellenbach.


Tuesday, December 31, 2013
A 25 year old adult female fought with security and officers at Whole Foods. She was taken into custody for burglary and her no-bail burglary warrant out of Santa ClaraCo. Ofc. Labue investigating.

Traffic call-out for vehicle vs. pedestrian collision at Paseo Padre Pkwy/Mowry Ave on New Years Eve. As of today the infant remains in critical condition and the family has established a memorial fund for 19 year old Ashley Capuchin https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/qqq3/ashley-capuchin-memorial-fund.


Wednesday, January 1, 2014
Officers were dispatched at about4:25 a.m.(1/2/14) to an alarm at Mission Jarrito Restaurant on Washington Blvd. Officer Piol contacts two suspects in front of the business. It turns out Mission Jarrito and Mission Pizza had both been broken into. Both suspects were taken into custody and Detective Blass was notified. Interviews and investigation is on-going.


Thursday, January 2, 2014
Employees at Vienna Bakery arrived at work this morning to find a bullet hole in their front door. Ofc. Fuellenbach is investigating this case.

Three Asian males entered Safeway at the Fremont Hub and stole over $1000 in alcohol. Employees were able to obtain information on the suspect vehicle (green small sedan). Officers checked the area, which was met with negative results. Ofc. Contrada handled the investigation and is conducting follow-up in an attempt to identify the suspects.

Auto Theft: 39800 Fremont Blvd.

Officers were dispatched to a vehicle collision at Logan Dr and Nelson St. Witnesses reported that a pick- up truck rolled over onto the grassy area of a nearby park. Ofc. Baca arrived on scene and determined that a 24 year old adult male was the driver. A juvenile at the scene was determined to be a passenger in the vehicle and not a relative of the driver's. The driver interfered with fire personnel and paramedics and prevented them from treating the juvenile. Ofc. Baca and Ofc. Hartman were forced to intervene and Ofc. Baca subsequently arrested the driver for interfering.

CSO Baca investigated a burglary of a storage unit at Public Storage on Enterprise St.

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