November 10, 2015 > Fremont Police Log
Fremont Police Log
Submitted By Geneva Bosques, Fremont PD
Friday, October 30
Ofc. Samayoa investigated a commercial burglary on the 45000 block of Industrial Place. The unknown suspects ran into a business and stole a Macbook Air, an iPhone 6 and a backpack. The suspects are described as South Asian Indian males in their mid- to late-30s and both had shaved heads. Suspect 1 was wearing a white t-shirt and blue jeans. Suspect 2 was wearing a black t-shirt and blue jeans. They were last seen in a dark-colored BMW four-door sedan with black BMW paper plates.
Ofc. Luevano responded to the 39000 block of Paseo Padre Parkway to investigate a reported brandishing call. According to information, the suspect brandished an 8Ó knife at the victim. Multiple officers responded to the area and located the suspect near the area of Walnut Avenue and Fremont Boulevard. The suspect was positively identified and the adult male was subsequently arrested.
Saturday, October 31
Two robberies occurred within minutes of one another on Pennsylvania Avenue. In total, three victims were robbed of their cell phones at gunpoint. The suspects were described as black male adults, short hair, dark clothing, and in their 20s. Vehicle was described as a dark colored sedan.
Monday, November 2
Community Service Officer (CSO) Kim Oliveira responded to a residential burglary on the 42000 block of Queens Park Court that occurred sometime between 9:00 a.m. to 4:445 p.m. The unknown suspect(s) entered the yard through an unsecured side gate and then entered the residence through an unlocked rear sliding door. Loss was gold jewelry.
Tuesday, November 3
Officers investigated a theft incident at the retail store Ulta, located at Fremont Hub. The theft incident turned into a robbery after employees intervenedÊto prevent the suspects from taking more than 100 high-value bottles of perfume from the store. The suspects were described as follows:
Suspect 1: Black female adult in her 20s, approximately 5'8Ó, 150 lbs., long hair with pink streaks. She was wearing a pink sweatshirt and ripped blue jeans.
Suspect 2: Black female adult in her 20s, approximately 5'6Ó, 140 lbs., braided hair, wearing a gray hoodie with black sleeves, gray sweatpants and brown boots.
Suspect 3: Black male adult in his 20s, approximately 5'6Ó, 160 lbs., wearing a camouflage baseball cap, green t-shirt with white long sleeves underneath, brown pants, green backpack and white shoes. He also had a goatee.
Wednesday, November 4
At 11:05 a.m., Ofc. Rose and Ofc. Little attempted a warrant service on parolee-at-large at a home in the 36300 block of San Pedro Drive. Upon noticing officers, the 37-year-old adult male suspect, Fremont resident, entered the residence and refused to surrender. The suspect has a history of violence, and officers had information that he was possibly armed with a firearm. The Fremont Police Department SWAT Team and Hostage Negotiations Team responded to the scene in an effort to safely resolve the situation. Attempts to contact the barricaded man and locate him lasted into the early evening. After failed attempts to contact the suspect and a search of the house, the suspect was not located. During the incident, Cabrillo Elementary School was placed on lockdown due to close proximity to the incident. All students were released at the end of their normal school day. Officers are conducting follow-up on the suspectÕs whereabouts.
At 12:02 a.m., an adult male was robbed while sitting in his vehicle in the parking lot of McDonalds, located on the 40700 block of Grimmer Boulevard. Two suspects pulled the victim out of his vehicle, punched him and then removed gold jewelry and cash from his person. A handgun was simulated during the robbery. The suspects fled the scene in a small, compact vehicle. Suspect 1 is described as a tall male wearing a red jacket, white Jordan shoes and a black mask. Suspect 2 is a short male with a black mask, black jacket and jeans. Case was investigated by Ofc. Piol.
The hot dog vendor at Fremont BART station became involved in a dispute with a customer. The customer punched the hot dog vendor and brandished a knife at him. Officers arrived and contacted both parties. The victim, who suffered redness to his nose and head, refused medical attention but wished to place the suspect under citizenÕs arrest. The suspect was issued a prohibition order before being booked into Santa Rita Jail for battery and brandishing a weapon. After an area search, the knife was not found, but the suspect admitted that he discarded the item before the officers arrived.
Thursday, November 5
Officer Navas ran the plate on a vehicle in the area of High Street and Union Street and the vehicle came back as stolen. Officer Navas detained two people walking away from the vehicle and arrested the driver, a 17 year old juvenile male, for auto theft.
Officer Rose investigated an auto theft in which the suspect used false ID to rent a vehicle. The vehicle is a white 2015 GMC Sierra CA license plate #AG52403.
Patrol units were dispatched to the 5600 block of Tan Oak Drive at approximately 9:09 p.m., after a resident returned home and found a male inside their house. Officers set up a perimeter, but after a thorough search of the property, no one is located. The suspect was described as an unknown race male, 5Õ8", wearing a grey hoodie and jeans.