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Fremont Police Department (CA)
Thursday August 30th, 2012 :: 02:59 p.m. PDT

Police Burglary Report for Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Burglaries continue to be a problem facing many communities and law enforcement agencies in the Bay Area. Unfortunately, Fremont is no exception. More than 1,200 burglaries were reported in Fremont during 2011. In 2012, we have been averaging about 106 a month, for a total of 744 through the end of July. We are dedicated to making an impact on this problem, but we can't do it without the help from our community.

In an effort to try and strengthen our community-police partnership, we have decided to try a new approach of highlighting burglaries, burglary arrests and burglary tips in a Nixle message that will come separate from the daily blotter. Our hope is that you will share the information we provide with your neighbors, friends and family. We would also like to ask that you continue reporting all suspicious activity and/or any crime tips to the Fremont Police Department's non-emergency number at 790-6800 and select option 3. We know that by continuing to work together we can make an impact on this crime. We'd like to thank you in advance for your continued support and help!

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Residential Burglaries

#008 Officers responded to the 41000 block of Trenouth Street to take a residential burglary report. The burglary occurred sometime between midnight and 5:30 a.m. Suspect(s) entered via the front door by an unknown method. A flat screen television was taken. During a neighborhood check, the onsite manager advised that an unknown person had also turned off the main power switch during the night. No leads and no suspect information.

#015 Attempt - At 11:37 a.m., Officers responded to the 33000 block Falcon Drive for a report of an attempt residential burglary. The reporting party had reported to dispatch that an alarm was activated at her residence and multiple (3-6) black male subjects in their late teens to early 20’s were seen leaving the area in a white/tan (2 toned) sedan type vehicle. The suspect(s) attempted entry into this residence by removing the screen from a window on the north side of the home. The window was locked and multiple attempts to pry the window were not successful. A witness stated that the suspect vehicle circled the surrounding blocks at least 4 times before the attempt burglary took place. A witness was a short distance away, when they heard the alarm go off. Immediately after, the witness observed three black males running from the area of the residence. The males got in the waiting vehicle and were last seen driving eastbound on Lowry Rd.

#017 At 12:34 p.m., Officers responded to the 4000 block of Carol Ave. The resident was gone for one hour and returned to find the front door ajar and some jewelry missing. Officer Fuellenbach investigated.

#026 Attempt - Officers responded to a residential burglary attempt that occurred on the 41000 block of Via San Miguel sometime over the weekend. The side gate was slightly bent and the plexy glass window on her side garage door was "ajar" and missing some of the exterior trim. The case is being classified as a suspicious circumstance at this time. CSO Gott is investigating.

Commercial Burglary

#006 At 6:24 a.m., Officers were dispatched to the New Horizon School located on the 2000 block of Peralta Blvd to investigate a commercial burglary. The reporting party arrived at the school in the early morning and noticed a computer was sitting in the middle of the hallway. As they checked the school, the office, which is always locked, was open. Several classrooms were also broken into and computers, cash and laptops were missing. The classroom doors were all forced open. The suspect(s) also appear to have cut the padlock from the maintenance storage area located on the south/west side of the school, ransacked the contents and moved an electric screwdriver and lawnmower out the playground on the north side of the school. Nothing further at this time.

If you have information about one of the above listed incidents or any other incident you believe has occurred in Fremont, please contact us at, by phone at 790-6900 or learn how to send an anonymous tip at

Fremont Police Department (CA)
2000 Stevenson Blvd
Fremont, CA 94538

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