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Fremont Police Department (CA)
Monday January 22nd, 2018 :: 04:38 p.m. PST


Police Patrol Blotter – Weekend Edition Friday, January 19 – Sunday, January 21, 2018

Friday, January 19, 2018
Incidents 268 Reports 46
#008 Injury Collision
Traffic Officer Malcomson investigated an auto vs pedestrian injury collision at Paseo Padre Pkwy and Capitol.  The pedestrian had visible injuries but were not life threatening. 

Target (at the Hub) security called to report that while trying to detain a theft suspect, the suspect bit and battered the security officer and fled in a vehicle.  The suspect vehicle was described as a gold, beat-up Honda Accord.  The suspect was not located and the investigation is ongoing.

Auto Burglaries – 14
14 auto burglaries were reported during the day.  9 of the reports were filed online, while 5 were taken by officers.  9 of the burglaries occurred in commercial shopping centers.
#031 – Fremont Hub
Between 4:15 p.m. – 4:50 p.m., suspects shattered a front passenger window and stole a tote bag containing school work and an iPad.
#043 (attempt only), 044, 045, 046 and 489 – 4100 block of Cushing between 8:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
In all cases, a window was shattered and items including laptops, were taken from within the vehicle. Possible suspect vehicle is a newer model white Toyota Camry.
#501 – 43500 Christy Street (Pacific Commons)
Broken window.  Loss was wallet and credit cards left inside a backpack.
#502 – 43400 Boscell Rd (Pacific Commons)
Broken window.  Backpack and items taken between 7:20-7:50 p.m.
#400 – Pacific Commons/Currie Street
Broken window – laptop bag stolen with all items between 8:10 p.m. – 8:40 p.m.

Saturday, January 20, 2018
Incidents 276 Reports 35

#007 Robbery
At 8:19 a.m., a marijuana delivery driver called 911 to report that when he arrived to complete his delivery at an address on Bidwell Dr., he was approached by a male juvenile.  The juvenile asked the driver if he was delivering marijuana, then told the victim that he had a gun and stole an ounce estimated at approximately $200 of marijuana from the victim.  The investigation revealed that the suspect arranged the delivery using his real cell phone number which officers quickly traced to an apartment nearby.  The suspect, who is actually 23 years old, was contacted and arrested without incident after a positive identification from the victim.  He was booked at Santa Rita.  As a reminder, all marijuana dispensaries are illegal in the City of Fremont, including delivery companies.

Vicious Dog Call
At 9:29 a.m., we received a 911 call of a female being attacked by a Pitbull.  Several units responded and found that although the female was not actually attacked, the Pitbull had attacked her dog.  The owner of the Pitbull was finally able to get his Pitbull to release the other dog and contain it in his yard.  His Pitbull was taken to the animal shelter as a potentially dangerous dog.  Handled by Animal Services Officer Clark.

#022 Assault with a Deadly Weapon
At 2:55 p.m., Zone 3 officers responded to the 41700 block of Higgins Way to investigate an assault with a deadly weapon call involving a suspect with a bat striking family members.  After sorting through statements, a 44 year old adult male, Fremont resident was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon.  Case investigated by Officer Trzewieczynski and FTO Taylor.

#023 Assault with a Deadly Weapon
At 3:54 p.m., Zone 3 officers responded to another assault with a deadly weapon call at the CVS (Mission/Warm Springs).  A group of transients were in a confrontation with another local transient.  The victim transients claimed the suspect struck them with a pair of nunchakus and brandished a stiletto.  The 55 year old adult male suspect  was located shortly after and arrested for assault with a deadly weapon.  Case investigated by Officer Catassi.

#025 Shoplifting
Officer Forsberg and FTO Lobue took custody of a shoplifter from Whole Foods.  The suspect had attempted to steal from the store but was chased and held by employees until PD arrival. 

#030  Estes Robbery
Three female suspects stole supplies from Party City at the Hub.  An employee attempted to intervene but was pushed by the suspects.  The suspects fled in a black Kia SUV.  Case investigated by Ofc. T. Roberts.

#003 Hit and Run (Property Damage) Collision – ongoing investigation
At 1:47 a.m., residents on Ladner Street called and reported a loud collision sound coming from Grimmer Blvd/Irvington Ave.  Upon arrival officers found a damaged fence along the south curb of Grimmer Blvd near Irvington Ave.  On Irvington Ave, Sgt. Kindorf found the involved vehicle, a 2007 Subaru WRX.  It was left abandoned and appeared to be a single vehicle collision.  Sgt. Kindorf and her team were not able to locate the occupant(s); they used Officer B. Smith’s K-9 for a track.  This K-9 track lead them to 7-11 on Chapel Ave at Fremont Blvd.   Eventually, the registered owner was contacted and it was learned that he had been drinking.  He stated his vehicle had been stolen and at this time he possessed the keys to his vehicle.  Officer Madsen seized evidence and additional follow up is taking place.  No arrests were made. 

#004 Injury Collision – ongoing investigation
At 2:46 a.m., officers were dispatched to a single vehicle collision into a tree near Fremont/Decoto.  The vehicle was being driven by a male and there was a female passenger.  Both suffered head injuries as a result of the impact, but they were not life threatening.  Nevertheless, both driver and passenger were transported to a trauma center out of an abundance of caution.  Zone 3 Officer Manrique agreed to put his former traffic knowledge to work and investigate this collision, which is thought to be a felony DUI event.  Officers are investigating the case as a felony DUI collision, but awaiting labs results before a complaint with the DA will be sought.

Sunday, January 21, 2018
Incidents 2532 Reports 43

#017 DUI Arrest
At 12:50 p.m., Officer Burns responded to a parking lot in the 5200 block of Mowry Ave regarding a male who was driving a grey Jeep Laredo in the parking lot.  The caller stated he believed the driver was intoxicated and had just attempted to drive thru- Chic-fil-A ‘s drive-thru in the wrong direction.  A second caller reported the same male had just parked his Jeep Laredo behind her vehicle to block her in and was now at her car window yelling and she was scared.  Officers arrived and located the male at the caller’s window.  They detained the 38 year old male.  He was taken into custody after a field sobriety test and arrested for DUI.  

#001 Warrant Service and Possession of Methamphetamine
At 11:54 p.m., Officer Catassi made a pedestrian stop on Clarke Dr. at Old Canyon Rd and contacted a 27 year old adult male.  The male had an outstanding no bail warrant and was on searchable probation for drug offenses.  Officer Catassi arrested the male for his warrant and found that he was in possession of methamphetamine.  Officer Catassi transported the male to Santa Rita Jail.

#003 DUI Arrest
At 1:01 a.m., Sgt. Ehling saw a suspicious vehicle on Eggers Dr. and made a traffic stop.  Officer Stiers assisted on the stop and determined the 41 year old driver was driving under the influence of alcohol.  Officer Stiers arrested the driver and transported him to the Fremont Jail.

#004 DUI Arrest
At 1:26 a.m., Officer Calvin with FTO Samayoa made a traffic stop on a vehicle on Stevenson Blvd at Fremont Blvd.  Officer Calvin determined the driver, a 25 year old adult male, was driving under the influence of alcohol.  Officer Calvin arrested the male and transported him to the Fremont Jail.

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

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