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April 8, 2014 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD

Friday, March 28, 2014
Officers respond to take a commercial burglary report at PF Chang's in Pacific Commons. The initial loss reported is several credit cards and cash. Video was obtained and officers are continuing to investigate. Officer Singleton investigating.

Officers responded to Zorba's Deli (Warm Springs) to investigate a commercial burglary. No loss was reported. Officer Gilfoy investigating.

Officers respond to take a commercial burglary at Max Gas Station. The suspect entered the Max Gas Station and steals approximately $3,000 in cigarettes. Suspect likely cuts himself during the crime. Documented by CSO Aguirre.

Monday, March 31, 2014
Officers were sent to Fremont Bank (Warm Springs) after a male, dressed in all black with his face concealed, attempted to enter the bank. The male could not enter the bank as access is controlled by bank employees. The male left and entered the passenger seat of a champagne colored 2000-2001 Toyota Camry with a partial plate of 6XVY and fled n/b Warm Springs Blvd. Ofc. Ceniceros handled the investigation. Any tips or sightings of this vehicle, please call Investigations at 510-790-6900 or utilize the Nixle Tip service.

Auto Thefts:
4100 block of Stevenson Blvd ('97 Acura CL)
4600 block of Balboa Way ('09 Toyota Camry)

Walmart loss prevention (Albrae) called about a theft that they believed was about to occur with two suspects in the store and a vehicle parked just outside the emergency exit. Officers arrived and detained two probationers, a 23 year old adult male, Oakland resident and a 35 year old adult male, Oakland resident who was in the vehicle. They had concealed the back license plate, by placing paper over it. Detained nearby was third male (43 yrs. / Oakland resident). An interview with them established the intent to steal clothing from the store, run out to the car and take off. All three were arrested and booked. Ofc. Labue is investigating with an assist from Ofc. Harvey.

Tuesday, April 1
Auto Theft: 43300 block of Mission Blvd. Ð 2012 Suzuki Motorcycle

At approximately 3:55 p.m., a witness calls and reports that she is watching a male enter a house through a window on the 38400 block of Mission Blvd. (near Mission Blvd/Mowry Ave). As officers respond and get to the location, the man is seen leaving the front door and begins to walk down the street. Further investigation reveals the residence is vacant and the male had been ÒsquattingÓ at the house. The 49 year old adult male is arrested for trespassing and booked into the Fremont jail. Case investigated by Officer Snyder.

A female victim reported that as she was walking in the area of Niles Blvd. and Nursery Ave, and unknown male flashed her. The male was described as a Hispanic male adult in his 20Õs, driving a pick-up truck. Officer Valdes responds and is investigating.

Wednesday, April 2
Residential Burglary: 3700 block of Beacon Ave, method was a door pry and the time element was with the past several months. Case investigated by CSO Aguirre.
Suspicious Person: Citizen calls in a suspicious person acting strange in the area of Nicolet and Ellmann. Ofc Ehling contacts an adult male and eventually arrests him for providing false identification.

Thursday, April 3, 2014
Ofc Francisco responded to a forgery in progress at the Check Center located on the 39400 block of Fremont Blvd. As units arrive in the area the suspect fled in his car. Lt. Washington and Sgt. Swadener spotted the vehicle fleeing the area and when patrol units arrive, a car stop is initiated. Ultimately, the adult male driver (Hayward resident) was positively identified and arrested for the forgery.

Officer Gilfoy investigated a burglary at the Walmart on Osgood Rd. The suspects stole several containers of baby formula and fled in a purple Mercedes.

A caller returned home and found a window broken at his apartment (Pathfinder Village). He had been away for approximately six hours. It's unknown if entry was made into the apartment by the suspect(s).

Several callers reported approximately 20-25 kids involved in an argument at Washington High School. School staff was on-scene when the PD arrived and a report was written for documentation purposes.

While conducting a security check at Motel 6 north, Officer Luevano located a stolen Cadillac that was occupied by two people. The suspects drove away southbound on Fremont Blvd. Officer Luevano followed the vehicle until cover units arrived. A high risk stop was initiated at Fremont Blvd and Decoto Rd. and the suspects yielded. A 42 year old adult female and a 37 year old adult male were both taken into custody. The female also had an outstanding felony warrant and the male had some meth on him. Both were booked into Santa Rita Jail.

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