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Fremont Police Department (CA)
Thursday December 13th, 2018 :: 04:45 p.m. PST


Police Patrol Blotter for Wednesday, December 13, 2018

Incidents 337 Reports 54

#028 Major Injury Collision
At 1:45 p.m., multiple units responded to a collision with visible injuries involving three vehicles in the area of Stevenson Bl. and Fremont Bl.  A vehicle ran a red turn light and turned into oncoming traffic.  The vehicle was then struck by a pickup truck which resulted in several addition collisions.  The driver of vehicle #1 suffered injuries and was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries.  The other involved parties sustained minor or no injuries.  Officer Snow handled the crash with assistance from numerous patrol units and CSO’s.  The crash was cleared at 3:41 p.m.

#043 Injury Collision
At 6:11 p.m., multiple units responded to a collision involving 3 subjects on two motorcycles on Kato Rd.  Upon arrival, officers learned that the two motorcycles were riding together when they collided with one another.  The collision resulted in moderate and minor injuries to all parties.  While Traffic Officer Snow was handling this crash another major injury collision occurred.

#046 Major Injury Collision
At 6:43 p.m., units responded to a vehicle vs. pedestrian collision in the area of Washington and Palm.  Various callers reported that the pedestrian was unconscious but breathing.  Patrol units arrived on scene and assisted with medical care until Fremont Fire arrived.  The victim was transported to a trauma center with major injuries.  Traffic Officer Snow cleared from the previous crash and responded to takeover this collision.  A traffic callout was initiated to provide more assistance.  Officers Ramsey and Tran responded and took over the collision.  The pedestrian was reported to be stable but has major injuries.  Her condition is unknown at this time.

IH #8420 Non-Injury Collision
Shortly after the collision at Washington / Palm, a rollover collision was reported at Mission and Mayhews.   Only 1 unit was initially able to clear to respond.  Fortunately, the call was downgraded to an accident with no injuries by both parties. 

#044 Indecent Exposure Arrest
At 7:03 p.m., several minutes after the rollover collision, a report of a male exposing himself to a mother and child was reported at the 7- eleven store on Central Ave.  Officer Howell/FTO Perry arrived on scene and located the suspect.  The suspect fled on foot causing a foot pursuit.  Units were forced to clear other calls to respond to assist.  The first officers were able to quickly catchup and arrest the suspect.  An in-field was conducted and the suspect was positively identified.  A 24 year old adult male was arrested and transported to Santa Rita Jail.  Case was investigated by Officer Howell.

#045 Family Disturbance/Mental Health Hold
At 7:15 p.m., ten minutes after the above call, units responded to an Ascertain the Problem.  A female caller reported that one of her adult sons was in need of help because another family member was at their residence causing problems.  Units learned that the suspect was an adult male who had fought with officers the previous day.  Officers arrived on scene and witnessed a struggle in the apartment.  The victim was calling for help and officer conducted an emergency entry as the front door opened to assist.  The suspect was detained and placed on a mental health hold.   

#048 Grand Theft
At 8:17 p.m. Marshall’s (The Hub) Loss Prevention called advising that a group of female suspects were in the business and they believed that they were stealing.  Loss prevention was aware of the group and stated that they were good for $35,000 in thefts from various Marshall’s stores over the past month.  Sgt. McCormick, Det. Stillitano and Det. Zargham arrived and setup surveillance in unmarked vehicles.  Loss prevention then confirmed that they had committed another theft and were walking to their vehicle.  Unmarked and patrol units blocked in the vehicle and detained 5 suspects.  Store employees assisted officers with the recovery of loss found in the vehicle. In total there were 292 items totaling $4600.  All 5 female suspect, ranging in age from 33 – 43, and from the cities of San Francisco, Oakland and Fresno, were taken into custody on charges of grand theft and transported to Santa Rita Jail with the assistance of mids units. Officer Gentry took primary on the investigation. 

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

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Non-emergencies: 510-790-6800

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