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November 4, 2014 > Fremont Police Log

Fremont Police Log

Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD

Saturday October 25
A residential burglary occurred near the 33000 block of Capulet Circle.
A residential burglary occurred near the 35000 block of Baldwin Place.
A 2000 Honda Civic was taken from Magnolia Terrace.


Monday, October 27
At approximately 1:30 p.m., a victim on Royal Palm Drive reported that a male rang her doorbell and when she did not answer, he went to the backyard and attempted to gain entry to her house. No additional suspect or vehicle descriptions were given, and the suspects fled without gaining entry.

An elderly male was reversing from his driveway when his Òaccelerator got stuck.Ó He reversed out of his driveway, across Blacow Road, over the island, then looped around over the island again and collided with his neighborÕs house, severing a natural gas line. Several neighboring homes were evacuated until PG&E could get the gas shut off.

An employee of a dental office near Fremont Boulevard reported that another employee, a 56-year-old female, stole $200 from a patientÕs purse. The employee fled prior to officers arriving on scene. Officer Sasser is investigating.

Officer Stinson investigated a case where a woman at the train depot on Fremont Boulevard reported a male subject had exposed himself to her. Officer Stinson located the suspect, a 52-year-old male, and arrested him for indecent exposure.

Officer Meredith was on patrol in the area of Mission Boulevard and Brown Road. Officer Meredith located an unoccupied stolen vehicle, which was reported stolen out of San Jose. No suspects in custody.


Tuesday, October 28
Dispatch received a call from a witness who reported a male and female arguing near Food Maxx on Fremont Boulevard. The male was waving a gun while yelling at the female. Numerous units responded and began searching the area. The male fled the area but called the female half, who was with officers, and said he could see the officers near his vehicle. The suspect, a 33-year-old male, had an active felony warrant for his arrest. Officers searched his vehicle and located a loaded handgun hidden in a compartment. Officers are continuing to follow up on numerous investigative leads to locate the suspect.

Officers were dispatched to a hit-and-run at Roberts Avenue and Washington Avenue where a passenger had a minor visible injury. The suspect driver, a 26-year-old male, and a passenger of the suspect vehicle, fled the scene on foot. Traffic Officer Kennedy, K-9 Officer Dodson and Traffic Officer Marcelino located the suspect hiding in a bush at Crossroads Church. The driver was arrested by Traffic Officer Kennedy for hit-and-run.

A residential burglary occurred near the 4200 block of Thornton Avenue between 8:20 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. A resident left a bedroom window slightly open. No known loss at this time.

Between 7:30 a.m. and 3:15 p.m. a residential burglary occurred near the 38000 block of Blacow Road. Losses included alcohol, collector coins and a womenÕs watch. Suspect likely gained entry through the closed master bedroom window.

Officer Loughery and Officer Forsberg investigated a carjacking case where the victim was relieved of his car during a test ride. The victim posted his car for sale on Craigslist and agreed to meet up with the suspect and take a test ride into the canyon. They pulled over near Palomares Road and the suspect pointed a gun at the victim and advised him to get out of the car. The suspect was last seen driving into the canyon with the car. The vehicle was described as a black 1996 Chevy Impala with license plate #5YWE153.

A residential burglary occurred in the apartment complex near the 39000 block of Stevenson Boulevard. Between 5:50 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., unknown suspect(s) gained entry to the apartment by prying the rear patio door. Losses included a menÕs watch, U.S. currency, and two womenÕs purses.

At about 11:00 p.m., Officer Nordseth was detailed to a commercial building on State Street to check on a possible trespass or burglary. A custodian working at the building saw two strangers near the building and one of the males told the custodian that he had a gun. Two subjects were located several blocks away; one of the males was found to have an outstanding warrant for parole violation. He was arrested without incident and no firearm was located.


Wednesday, October 29
Yuba County SheriffÕs Department requested assistance with arresting a suspect in a child molestation case. The suspect was a 38-year-old male, Fremont resident. The male was located near his residence and arrested.

A citizen who resides on Darwin Drive called to report they located a large black duffel bag filled with jewelry and car keys. Case is still being investigated.

A residence on Seneca Park Avenue was burglarized between the hours of 1:50 p.m. and 3:50 p.m. Later that day around 4:20 p.m., the suspects returned to the residence. This time the homeowner was home. The resident observed two suspects come to his door and use a key to open the front door. As the suspects attempted to enter the home, the resident pushed the door closed and locked the suspects out while calling the police. The two suspects fled in an older model gray colored Infinite with gold rims. One of the suspects was described as a Hispanic Male adult, 35 to 40 years old, approximately 5Õ11Ó tall with a thin build. He had long black hair in a ponytail and a mustache. The second suspect was a Hispanic female adult, 30 to 35 years old, 5Õ09Ó tall, and was wearing blue eye makeup. It was later determined that the homeownerÕs vehicle had been burglarized a few days prior where part of the loss was their house keys. The victim did not call Fremont Police to make a police report for the vehicle burglary. Losses from the residential burglary were a laptop and two sets of vehicle keys.

Officers responded to an apartment complex near Country Drive to the report of a purse snatch. The suspects were described as two black males wearing black colored hoody type sweatshirts. Multiple officers arrived on scene and witnesses advised the suspects just ran in a southwest direction toward Sycamore Commons apartments. A canine search was conducted and both suspects were located hiding in the dumpster area. The victimÕs money was located underneath one of the dumpsters where the suspects were hiding. Two suspects were brothers - one an adult and one a juvenile from the Vallejo area. They were both arrested along with a third male adult.

A citizen called to report a male had been stabbed near Jack in the Box at Ardenwood Plaza. The victim, a 58-year-old male, had been stabbed in the abdomen by his nephew. The victim was transported to a trauma hospital and found to have non-life threatening injuries. The suspect was still outstanding at the time of this writing.

Officer San Luis and Officer Huiskens responded to a residential burglary on the 4200 block of Tiburon Drive. The suspect gained entry through the front door. Losses were jewelry, a Nikon camera, an iPad and cell phone.

A victim who lives near the 35000 block of Fremont Boulevard was out of town for several days. Upon returning home, the victim found his home had been burglarized and his vehicle was also stolen. Victim had a potential suspect that he believes was responsible. Investigation is ongoing.

At about 3:15 a.m., officers were detailed to an in-progress burglary on the 49000 block of Meadowfaire Common. The victim heard noises in her home and turned on the light and exited her bedroom. Two suspects fled out the garage door. Entry was possibly made through the garage door. The garage remote was stolen from the unlocked vehicle parked in the parking lot a few days prior. The victim did not make a police report at that time. Losses included a purse containing credit cards, snowboard and boots, iPhone, car keys, and a mountain bicycle.


Thursday, October 30
At approximately 11:30 a.m., a strong arm robbery occurred in the 4200 block of Ross Terrace. ÊThe victim was inside her residence cleaning with the front door ajar, when an unknown suspect entered and snatched a gold chain from the victim's neck. ÊThe suspect fled when the female victim yelled for her husband to help. ÊA witness saw a possible suspect enter a vehicle and flee northbound from the complex.

Suspect description: ÊBlack male adult, 30-35 years old, 5Õ10Ó to 6Õ, wearing black baseball cap, denim jacket, white shirt, and tight black jeans.

Vehicle description: Gray colored 4-door

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