March 11, 2014 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD
Friday, February 28
Unknown suspect(s) attempted to burglarize the exterior ATM/pay station at the Brookvale ARCO station via a drill, which was met with negative results. CSO Oliveira handled the investigation.
An adult male enters FryÕs Electronics with a fraudulent CDL and a FryÕs charge card he conveniently established the day before using the identity of someone else and tried to purchase about $1000 worth of electronics. FryÕs employees were suspicious and called the police. Officers Hollifield and Stone arrive just as the adult male is leaving in a U-Haul (also rented using fraudulent information) and detain him. In the end, Officer Hollifield arrested the adult male for burglary, identity theft and being a parolee-at-large.
Saturday, March 1
During the night someone entered the LuckyÕs Storeon the 40000 block of Mission Blvd. and stole a fully stocked California Lottery Scratcher Machine. Later in the day, the machine was recovered several blocks from the store. C.S.O. Aguirre investigated the incident..
Several juveniles were involved in an argument on the 38400 block of Fremont Blvd. During the argument, one of the juveniles was struck in the head with a skateboard. The victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment. Ofc. Ehling is investigating.
A female called to report her boyfriendÕs sister stole her credit card and used it at Valero Gas Station in Newark. Officer Chahouati investigated and arrested a 30 year old adult female after she confessed to the crime.
Sunday, March 2
This is a carry-over from midnight shift. This call started at 3:50 a.m. Two men who were causing a disturbance in the area of Gilbert and Shinn were contacted by officers. One of the vehicles associated with the one of the men was in an unreported stolen vehicle. The two men, both 23 years of age, were arrested for auto theft and other offenses. Case investigated by Officer Soper.
Officers investigated a commercial burglary to a soda machine at the Pathfinder Village Apts. Investigated by CSO Aguirre.
East Bay Regional Parks PD received a report from a victim of a sexual assault. The victim stated that she was grabbed from behind while walking on the Alameda Creek trail north of Deep Creek. The suspect is described as a white male adult in his 30Õs, 5Õ10Ó, 185 lbs, with a black beard, last seen wearing a royal blue shirt and basketball shorts. Ofc. Gentry, Ofc. Dodson and Det. Farmer are investigating. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to please call Investigations at 510-790-6900.
At approximately 5:55 a.m., officers were dispatched to a report of an auto vs pedestrian collision at Washington Blvd and Olive Ave. The driver of a Chevy Corvette called to report he collided into a pedestrian. Medical personnel pronounced the victim deceased at the scene. Day Shift broke from briefing to respond and assist. The Traffic Unit was just concluding their investigation of the above major injury collision and responded to take over this investigation. The Traffic Unit also called out additional members. Officer Zambonin is the lead investigator. Washington Blvd. was closed from Osgood Rd to Meredith Dr until approximately 12:30 p.m.
Monday, March 3
Officers were dispatched to the 7-11 on Ellsworth to investigate a silent alarm activation. Officers arrived and determined an armed robbery had occurred. The two suspects fled on foot southbound on Ellsworth and both were armed with handguns.
Suspect # 1 Ð white male or light skinned Hispanic adult male, 5Õ11," thin, wearing grey hoody.
Suspect #2 Ð white male adult or light skinned Hispanic male, 5Õ07Ó, thin, wearing a light grey hoody.
Tuesday, March 4
Officers responded to the 49000 block of Tomahawk Place to investigate a residential burglary that occurred sometime during the day. The unknown suspect(s) used a pry tool to force open the rear slider of the house. Loss reported was jewelry, cash and electronics. Detectives are following up to see if any neighbors had video surveillance that may have captured the incident. Investigated by CSO Codey.
Wednesday, March 5
CSO Goralczyk investigated a residential burglary that occurred sometime between 8:00 a.m. Ð 2:30 p.m. on the 40800 block of Lincoln Street. Unknown persons entered the residence via the kitchen window where a screen was removed. There was no loss reported, but the homeowners dogs were let out of their kennels.
An officer was monitoring the fare gates and saw a male evaded paying his fare from the Fremont BART Station. The male did not process a ticket to exit. The male was detained and a records/warrant check showed he had a Òno bailÓ warrant issued by Fremont PD for driving on a suspended license. The male was cited for the fare evasion and was booked on the warrant at Santa Rita County Jail. BART PD
Thursday, March 6
Officers were summoned to Target at Pacific Commons by loss prevention. One of their contractor employees had allegedly stolen over $4K in cell phones over the past few months. A 43 year old adult male, Union City resident, was arrested and booked. Ofc. Hollifield investigating.
At about 1:30 a.m. FPD received a call of about 25 cars driving recklessly in the area of Milmont Dr. Zone 3 units responded and found approximately 200 street racers in the area, not yet engaged in racing. The vehicles decided to leave and headed towards Milpitas, after several enforcement stops were made. Milpitas P.D. was notified.