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August 26, 2014 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD

Friday, August 15
Residential burglary occurred on Brookmill Ct. Case was investigated by Officer Luevano.

Officer Luevano contacted two subjects sitting in a vehicle at the Pathfinder Village parking lot. One of the occupants, a 19-year-old adult male, was contacted and arrested for possession of a switchblade.

Saturday, August 16
Officer Hartman was detailed to the area of Decoto Rd. and Fremont Blvd. for theft of an iPad that had just occurred. Witnesses attempted to follow the suspects but lost them in the area of Fremont Blvd. and Ferry Ln. Officers responded to the area but were unable to locate the subjects.

Officer Chahouati was detailed to the area of Farwell Dr. and Cleveland Pl. regarding a hit-and-run collision. The suspectÕs vehicle fled but stalled shortly after due to the damage. The suspect fled on foot. Officers responded to the area and located the male driver who was intoxicated and admitted to the collision. The man was arrested for hit and run and drunk driving.

Officer Taylor is detailed to DennyÕs on Mowry Ave. for a subject passed out in the bushes. The adult male was so intoxicated that he was sent to the hospital via ambulance for treatment. On his way there, the male decided to jump out of the ambulance and attempted to flee. The adult male was detained again and eventually taken to jail for public intoxication.

Sunday, August 17
Officers responded to the Southlake Mobile Home Park on the report of a woman digging in the dirt near Winnipeg. Officers Meredith and Roberts stopped a 41-year-old adult female and arrested her for an outstanding misdemeanor warrant.

Monday, August 18
Officer Little spotted a suspicious vehicle in the Cabrillo neighborhood and followed it. The occupants appeared to be casing for residential burglaries by parking in driveways and knocking on doors. A car stop and subsequent search revealed about two pounds of marijuana and some ecstasy pills. The driver, a 44-year-old adult female, San Leandro resident, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana.

At approximately 11:55 a.m., Fremont Police Department (FPD) units responded to a collision between a tow truck operator and another vehicle in a parking lot on Enterprise St. First to arrive is Community Service Officer (CSO) Gott, who found the tow driver suffering from a significant injury. CSO Gott rendered first aid until paramedics arrived on scene. FPD Traffic units are investigating.

Tuesday, August 19
Zone 2 (north Fremont) patrol units assisted with clean-up efforts at the Centerville Train Station and Bill Ball Plaza. This included contact with several transients, while building maintenance fixed broken utilities and power-washed the plaza. Several truckloads of trash were also hauled away. Multiple citizens expressed their gratitude for the efforts.

CSO Gott took a residential burglary report on the 42400 block of Paseo Padre Pkwy. The burglary occurred sometime between 11:00 a.m. and 11:45 a.m. The unknown suspect(s) took a safe, a computer, jewelry and currency from the residence. Entry was made by kicking in the front door.

Officers responded to a residential burglary on the 40600 block of Las Palmas Ave. The burglary occurred sometime during the morning. The unknown suspects gained entry by kicking in the front door of the residence. The suspects did not disturb anything in the residence.

Officers responded to the 4000 block of Clipper Ct. to investigate a commercial burglary. The burglary occurred sometime between August 15 at 4:00 p.m. and August 18. The unknown suspects made entry by prying open the front door. Loss was a computer, U.S. postage stamps, checks, office supplies, electronics and computer chips.

Officers were called to the area of Guardino Dr. and Mollie Terrace to investigate a male and female who appeared to be engaged in an argument. A couple of callers stated that the male was holding a hand gun and waving it back and forth while yelling at the female. As officers responded, the male and female entered a vehicle and left the area. Officer Kennedy located the vehicle and followed until sufficient units arrived for the felony vehicle stop. The vehicle yielded and a BB-Gun/replica pistol was located within the glove box. The two Fremont residents were detained as officers investigated. When the investigation was completed, it was found that the male had never brandished the gun and his girlfriend knew it was a BB-gun. The male stated that he had waved the replica gun around during the argument hoping to draw attention from neighbors and the police.

Wednesday, August 20
Officer Gentry was dispatched to Target at Fremont Hub for a petty theft. She arrested a 32-year-old adult male for burglary, carrying a concealed dirk or dagger, and passing a fictitious check.

FPD units responded to the area of Warm Springs Blvd. and Mission Ct. due to a construction crew severing a gas line. FPD worked with Fremont Fire Department to close Warm Springs Blvd. in both directions between Mission Blvd. and Fulton Pl. and evacuated several businesses in the area. After about an hour, PG&E was able to fix the severed gas line. The incident caused traffic problems in the area and on I-880. The incident was supervised by Sgt. Koepf and documented by Officer Singleton.

Officers responded to Chann Ct. regarding a family disturbance. The reporting party stated that his brother used a steel pipe and broke a mirror during an argument. As police responded, the 25-year-old adult male jumped out a window and started hopping fences. He was detained in a neighborÕs backyard with a mild injury. Further investigation revealed he was in possession of brass knuckles and under the influence. The adult male was booked into Santa Rita Jail. Officer Nordseth was the investigating officer.

Officer J. Harvey observed a suspicious vehicle in the area of Fremont Blvd. and Tamayo St. A record check of the license plate revealed a stolen plate hit. Additional units responded to the area and a traffic stop was initiated. The vehicle yielded and three female adults were detained. The investigation revealed that the plate did in fact belong to the vehicle; however, a loaded .45 caliber semi-auto pistol was located in the vehicle. The firearm was stolen out of Georgia. A 21-year-old adult female was arrested for possession of the firearm.

Thursday, August 21
Officer Gentry responded to Fremont Hub on a report of an indecent exposure. The victim stated that a man in a tan Ford Escort pulled up next to her in the parking lot and exposed himself. Officers contacted the registered owner of the vehicle at his residence. The registered owner stated he got into a disturbance with the victim in the parking lot but did not expose himself. The victim was able to identify the vehicle but was not able to identify the registered owner as being the person she saw exposing himself. Officer Gentry documented the incident and forwarded it to investigations.

Officers were dispatched to Coaches Bar on a report of a drunk male causing a disturbance. Officer Dodson contacted and arrested a 48-year-old adult male for being too intoxicated to care for himself.

Officers were dispatched to the train tracks at Old Canyon Rd for a report of a subject playing ÒchickenÓ with a train. A 36-year-old adult female was contacted and found to be in possession of meth. Officer Johnson arrested the female and booked her into Santa Rita County Jail.

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