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January 21, 2014 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD

Friday, January 10
A resident called because he witnessed two males exit a residence on Wheeler Dr. carrying small electronics. The suspects fled in a 4-door white sedan. Officers flooded the area in an attempt to locate the suspects, which was met with negative results. Detectives were notified. Ofc. Hamblin handled the investigation.

Officer Perry was patrolling zone one and driving south on Fremont Blvd. As he drove through the intersection of Grimmer Blvd. he noticed a car jump the center median and careen towards him. At the last minute Officer Perry rapidly swerved to avoid the collision. Officer Perry completed a three point turn in an effort to chase down the suspect when he noticed that the car had stalled in the middle of the intersection. The suspectÕs vehicle was severely disabled and gas was pouring out of the undercarriage. Officer Perry approached the car on foot and noticed that the driver was attempting to flee by stepping on the accelerator. Fortunately the car was disabled and the driver was not able to get away. Officer Perry arrests the 22 year adult female for drunk driving.

Target (at the Hub) security called about an auto burglary in progress with three suspects running S/B from the lot. Officers detained the three at Fremont/Sundale. A 28 year old adult male was in violation of his parole so he went to jail. Ofc. Stillitano investigating.


Saturday, January 11
Loss Prevention officers from Walmart on Albrae attempted to stop a male who had stolen several items. The male attempted to punch the employee then fled with the stolen merchandise. An extensive area check met with negative results. Investigated by Ofc. Hanrahan.

Officers were sent to Los Dos Amigos in Irvington to investigate a battery between two women patrons. When officers arrive itÕs discovered that four people began arguing after drinking all night. Eventually two women start hitting each other and a full mle broke out. A security guard attempted to break up the fight by spraying the involved parties with pepper spray, but it failed to work and they continued to fight. One female took off her 6 inch high heel and struck another woman on the forehead causing a large bump. The female suspect fled the area only to be located by Officer Romley near Safeway (five corners). The victim identified the suspect and the 19 year old adult female is arrested for battery.


Sunday, January 12
CSO Aguirre investigated a burglary from a garage that occurred the evening prior on the 24400 block of Alberta Terrace.

Officers took a stolen vehicle report from the40700 block of Blacow Rd.
Officers took a stolen vehicle report from the1400 block of Mowry Ave.

A female bartender from Los Dos Amigos walked to the taco truck on Trimboli Ave after the bar closed and was heckled by three unidentified Hispanic males. An argument ensued which prompted the female to remove and brandish her stiletto high heels at the subjects. The womanÕs husband, who was in a nearby vehicle, saw what happened and came to her aid with a pipe in his hand. One of the hecklers brandished a pocket knife in response. Several more words were exchanged and both parties separated without further incident. The bartender and her husband waited 15 minutes before calling police for the cold report. Investigated by Ofc. Chahouati.


Monday, January 13
An unknown male entered the US Bank, located at 38980 Paseo Padre Pkwy, at approximately 10:25 a.m. and approached a bank teller to demand money. The suspect exited the bank with an undisclosed amount of cash. Officer Sasser conducted the investigation and was assisted by the FPD Investigative Unit. The investigation is ongoing.

At approximately 1:55 p.m. Officers responded to a home invasion robbery that had just occurred. The victim told officers that two unknown suspects approached him in front of his home, held him at gun point and demanded cash and jewelry. They took him into the house, stole several items and tied him up before leaving. He was able to free himself after they left and immediately dialed 9-1-1. Officer Dias conducted the investigation and was assisted by the FPD Street Crime Unit. This investigation has been taken over by Robbery Detectives and is ongoing.
Suspects are described as:
1 - Black male adult, 18-20 years old, 5'09" - 5'10", 170-190 lbs., wearing a black or grey jacket with a hood and a black ski mask over his face.
2 - Black male adult, 18-20 years old, 5'09" - 5'10", 170-190 lbs., wearing a light blue jacket with a hood, black or grey ski-mask over the fence.

Stolen Vehicles:
3900 block of Great Salt Lake Tr.
1992 white Honda Civic 2- door. CA license 3BMK686.
42800 block of Hamilton Wy.
1999 tan Honda Civic 4-door, CA license 4FRZ925.
42500 block of Roberts Ave.
1994 blue Honda Accord 4-door, CA license 4TPK642.
47100 block of Morse Tr.
1994 blue Honda Accord 2-door, CA license 3FKF972. This vehicle was later located by San Jose PD.
49000 block of Meadowfaire Co.
1997 silver Honda Civic 4-door, CA license 3WQK833.

Officers responded to the 5000 block of Royal Palm Drive to investigate a burglary. The unknown suspect(s) utilized a flood control easement to gain access to the property. They then scaled the fence and entered the home through a rear unlocked door. Unknown loss.


Tuesday, January 14
At approximately 5:05 p.m., officers were dispatched for a second time today to the Archstone Apartments regarding a 53 year old adult male. The first call was a verbal argument between the parties who were both drunk. Officers documented the response, but no further action was taken. This evening, the female half called 9-1-1 stating that her husband was out of control, very intoxicated and breaking things in the apartment.

Sergeant Miskella was the first to arrive on-scene and could hear a loud argument inside the apartment. As he waited in the hallway for his cover unit to arrive, the 53 year old adult male suddenly exited the apartment, naked, and charged at Sergeant Miskella. Sgt. Miskella requested expedited cover when the male refused to obey his commands. The man was taken into custody before he could get back into the apartment and continued to act irrationally and was verbally abusive towards the officerÕs on-scene. For everyoneÕs protection, the 53 year old was placed in the WRAP device and a spit hood. The adult male had some minor injuries that needed to be medically cleared prior to being booked at Santa Rita for resisting arrest. In total seven officers were required throughout different parts of this call. Call investigated by Officer Peters.

At approximately 5:40 p.m., a suspect entered the Walmart on Albrae St., stole a bottle of liquor, and shoved a loss prevention officer on his way out of the business. The suspect was accompanied by two associates and fled prior to police arrival. Officer M. Smith is conducting follow up.


Wednesday, January 15
At approximately 2:00 a.m., officers responded to Suju's on Thornton Ave on an alarm call and found a window smash break-in. There doesnÕt appear to be any loss and video surveillance is pending. Investigated by Ofc. Macciola.


Thursday, January 16
Officers were sent to the 4700 block of Cortez to investigate a reported stabbing. The victim was stabbed on the arm during an argument. The stab wound was non-life threatening. The female suspect fled before police arrived. Investigation on-going.

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