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March 25, 2014 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD

Friday, March 14
The victim was starting up his work van in the parking lot of a flooring business located in the 44000 block of Fremont Blvd when a suspect armed with a handgun approached him from behind and stole the van. The suspect was described as a Hispanic male adult, tall with a thin build, 25-26 years old and wearing a blue shirt. Case investigated by Officer J. Harvey.

Officers responded to a report of a naked female on Niles Blvd. Officer Dooley located the 41 year old adult female and during the contact she spit on Officer Dooley. The female was arrested for battery on a peace officer.

Officer Piol was flagged down at the Walmart on Albrae St. by a store employee reporting a theft from the store. Officer Piol located and stopped a vehicle associated to the suspects. He ended up citing the driver for a suspended license and citing the passenger, a 23 year old adult female, Newark resident, for theft.

Officers responded to the Safeway at the Hub for a report of an adult male stealing alcoholic beverages. The adult male was located by Officer Madsen, but would not stop for him. Other officers arrived and after a brief struggle detained the man. Officer Meredith arrested the 39 year old adult male, Fremont resident, for theft and resisting arrest.

Saturday, March 15
While patrolling Bill Ball Plaza/ACE train depot lot in Centerville, Officer Fuellenbach towed one vehicle for excessive expired registration.

A 28 year old adult male, Fremont resident, was detained by security at Fry's Electronics. Officer Harvey received him into custody and he was booked into our jail.

Sunday, March 16
Dispatch received multiple calls of loud music and excessive vehicle traffic at the Hindu Temple on Delaware Dr. in Irvington. Sgt. OÕConnell responded and found that the temple was having an un-permitted event with an attendance of 1,500-2,000 people. It was estimated that over 1,000 vehicles were parked throughout the residential area with some blocking residential driveways and utilizing the school without permission. The event organizer agreed (after multiple warnings) to lower the music and requested that attendees move vehicles that were illegally parked. The event ended at 3:00 p.m. and we had to provide nine officers to assist with traffic control. Sergeants OÕConnell and Snelson managed the incident. Due to lack of appropriate space and parking, events of this magnitude have been denied at this location in the past.

A female victim called to claim that she had been accosted and beaten by two females who then took her dog from her purse and went into the Florence bar. The suspects had already fled the area by the time we arrived. We determined that the victim had been in an argument with the ÒsuspectsÓ prior to the incident. The victim soon became uncooperative and walked away from us as we attempted to complete the report.

Monday, March 17
Officer Little investigated a robbery where a very shaken victim reported she was attacked near HallerÕs Pharmacy at Fremont Blvd./Peralta Blvd. She told officers that two females and one black male adult battered her and then stole her bike. The description of the suspects was very vague. The man was described as wearing a red shirt and one of the women had brown hair. Officer searched the area, but were unable to locate the suspects.

At approximately 12:15 p.m. a resident reported that their home had been burglarized on the 800 block of Glenhill Drive. During the investigation officers learned that a neighbor saw a suspicious person walking away from the victimÕs house carrying a black backpack around noon. The possible suspect was described as a black adult male, in his late 20Õs, approximately 6Õ tall and 250 lbs. He was wearing a red/white jacket and unknown color pants carrying a black backpack. The unknown suspect made entry by prying the side garage pedestrian door. Several items were taken and were primarily small electronics.

CSO Aguirre responded to the 4000 block of Alder Ave at approximately 10:20 a.m., to investigate a burglary that had occurred sometime during the night, possibly from about 5:00 p.m. on 3/16 to 8:00 a.m. on 3/17. The loss included tools and laminate flooring.

Tuesday, March 18
Officers were dispatched to Matthew Terrace for a report of two male suspects tampering with a vehicle. The reporting party heard his vehicle alarm sounding and looked out to see the suspects quickly walking away from his car. The reporting party believed the suspects entered a dark vehicle and drove away. Officer Luevano located a vehicle driving Òblacked outÓ away from the scene. Officer Luevano attempted a traffic stop; however, the vehicle fled at a high rate of speed. Officer Luevano did not pursue the vehicle and lost sight of it near Ardenwood Blvd and W/B 84. Officer Taylor was traveling W/B 84 and believed he saw the vehicle far ahead, still Òblacked out.Ó Officer Taylor lost sight of the vehicle and traveled across the Dumbarton to see if the vehicle stopped or slowed down; however, the vehicle was not located. CHP and Menlo Park PD were notified. Incident documented by Officer Luevano.

Wednesday, March 19
An adult reporting party called stating that he had just been confronted and challenged to a fight by a juvenile male riding a bike and claiming to be in possession of a firearm. The incident occurred at a bus stop across the street from Centerville Jr. High. Officers arrived on scene and immediately put Centerville Jr. High on lock-down. A short time later both Washington High School and Holy Spirit School were also placed on lock-down as a precautionary measure. School Resource Officers (SROÕs) as well as patrol officers were deployed to each of the schools where they met with campus supervisors. The suspect was spotted on Fremont Blvd by Sergeants Miller and Hummel, but he fled. Officer Richards located him a short distance away on Kimbro Street near Eggers Drive. An in-field ID was positive and the juvenile was arrested for making threats to commit a violent crime and taken to Juvenile Hall.

At 2:40 p.m. CSO Codey investigated a residential burglary that had occurred sometime earlier in the day during the day on the 33400 block of Caliban Drive. The unknown suspects burglarized the home by entering the side yard through an unlocked side gate and forced opened the side garage door. Loss included jewelry, cash and small electronics.

At approximately 7:15 p.m. officers responded to the 4300 block of Gibraltar Drive to investigate a residential burglary that had occurred sometime during the day. The resident returned home and found his front door open. Officers determined that entry was likely made via the back door. A floor safe, personal identification, cash, jewelry and electronics were taken during the burglary.

Officers responded to the 4500 block of LaSalle Ave to investigate an attempt residential burglary. At approximately 7:10 p.m. a suspect, described as a white male adult, approximately 5Õ8Õ Ð 5Õ9Ó with a thin build, bald head, blonde mustache, wearing a button up plaid shirt, khaki shorts and wearing blue rubber gloves attempted to gain entry into the residence. When the suspect was unsuccessful with the front door, he went to the backyard via the side gate and attempted to open the back patio door without success. The suspect fled east on LaSalle in a red 2-door, unknown model truck with a camper shell. The truck was described as having a dent on the passenger side door.

At approximately 8:30 p.m. Officer R. Samayoa was dispatched to the 4300 block of Gibraltar Drive to investigate a residential burglary. The burglary occurred when the residents werenÕt home during the day. Entry was made by removing a window screen and breaking the sliding glass kitchen window. The house was ransacked and the victim was unable to provide officers with an inventory of the loss due to the significant amount of clothing and personal property scattered throughout the home. During an area check, officers learned that a neighbor saw a suspicious 4-door dark colored compact vehicle parked on Gibraltar Court at approximately 7:00 a.m. The vehicle appeared to be occupied by a male and left within approximately 15 minutes.

Thursday, March 20
At approximately5:03 pm, Fremont Police Officers were dispatched to a suspicious item in front of the Hindu Temple, located at3676 Delaware Dr. Upon arrival, officers located what appeared to be a piece of luggage on the sidewalk near the front of the temple. For precautionary measures, officers restricted both vehicle and pedestrian traffic in the area while investigating the contents of the luggage. It was determined that the luggage contained nothing hazardous and the scene was secured. Ofc. Hanrahan documented the incident.

A security guard called in after seeing two subjects cut the roll-up door of a business in the41000 block of Christy Street. Moments later, the reporting party advised that the suspects fled in an older white passenger van. Units flooded the area and found the door was cut but entry was not made into the structure. Ofc. Chahouati contacted a 32 year old adult male walking in the area who matched the description of one of the suspects. The witness could not positively ID. The 32 year old adult male was arrested for public intoxication. Ofc. Austin investigated and will be following up with neighboring businesses to obtain video surveillance.

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