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Fremont Police Department (CA)
Monday January 14th, 2019 :: 05:07 p.m. PST


Weekend Police Patrol Blotter: Friday, Jan. 11 - Sunday, Jan. 13, 2019

The below incidents are highlights from the calls for service our patrol division responded to over the weekend. Additional reports can be found online at

Friday, January 11, 2019
Total # of Incidents 349, Total # of Reports Taken 39

#015 Warrant Arrest, Possession of a Stolen Vehicle and Court Order Violation
At 12:35 p.m. a reporting party in the 4000 block of Caribbean Common called regarding a 33 year old man who was causing a disturbance at the front door of the residence despite an active court order.  The man had two active felony warrants and fled in a vehicle prior to our arrival.  The vehicle he was in was later determined to be stolen.  The vehicle was abandoned nearby and located by responding officers.  Containment of the area was established with a perimeter and the man was located and taken into custody following a K9 search.
#016 Estes Robbery
A man and women fled a large retail store in the Fremont Hub with $300 - $400 worth of clothing after fighting with loss prevention employees.  The suspect vehicle was a silver Honda with extensive damage to all sides of the vehicle.  The suspect vehicle fled east bound on Beacon St.  
Suspect #1: Black male in his 20s, wearing a green sweatshirt, blue jeans and had short hair.
Suspect #2:  Black female in her 20s, wearing a gray hoodie, black pants. 
#003 Grand Theft
Officers were dispatched to a call for service on the 37000 block of Glenmoor Drive. The reporting party advised he hired a mechanic to repair two of her vehicles. The reporting party took his vehicle to the mechanics shop in Vallejo and dropped it off.  After not hearing anything for a few weeks, the victim attempted to contact the mechanic after he took the vehicles but was unable to reach him. The reporting party received a call from the property owner of the mechanics shop and recovered one of the vehicles when he received a call from an individual who said it was abandoned on his property in Vallejo. The vehicle was stripped. Ongoing investigation.

#007 Tampering with a Vehicle
At 3:33 a.m., officers were dispatched to a report of suspicious circumstances on the 41000 block of Mission Boulevard. The reporting party advised he was reviewing his video surveillance and observed a man underneath the company van at his business office parking lot. Officers arrived on scene and located a 30 year old man and a 36 year old woman. Both were seated in a different vehicle filled with tools. An inspection of the company van revealed a siphon system set up along with gasoline tanks. Inspection of the two people’s vehicles revealed the woman’s gas tank almost at empty. Her vehicle was parked next to the company van.  At the completion of the investigation 30 year old man, a Newark resident was arrested for tampering with a vehicle and a probation violation.  He was booked into the Fremont Jail.

Saturday, January 12, 2019
Incidents 288 Reports 32

Auto Burglaries:
Courtyard Marriott
Presidio Apartments
Gatewood St
Oak Point Apartments
#002 Outside Assist
Officers were dispatched to provide outside assistance for CHP. They advised they were in a vehicle pursuit near Thornton Ave/I880 and the subject fled from the vehicle on foot. FPD officers coordinated resources, including establishing a unified command.  It was later determined the pursuit was initiated by ACSO and then turned over to CHP. The vehicle involved was stolen and fled from both agencies. A CHP helicopter and ACSO UAV were deployed to assist in the search for the subject. Newark PD also arrived to provide support.  Officer Macciola and K9 Bolt were tasked to begin a track originating from an article of clothing. Once a direction of travel was established, the CHP helicopter advised seeing movement in some bushes, north of the tracking team’s location. The suspect was located by the Fremont/Newark PD tracking team, complied with all verbal commands, and surrendered.  

#028 Identity Theft
An ID theft victim called FPD stating that his stolen credit card was just used at a motel in our north end.   Patrol units contacted the clerk and learned the identity of a woman who had just used the card to register for a room.  Officers attempted to make contact at the room however the occupants refused to open the door.  A woman attempted to delay the process and then attempted to make a separate false call to dispatch.  A sergeant spoke with her over the phone and attempted to convince her to open the door.  Additional units arrived on scene to assist.  Ultimately, officers forced entry into the room.  Two suspects were contacted with a large amount of stolen documents, mail, and ID theft material.  The female was identified as a 28 year old woman out of Los Angeles.  The male refused to identify himself but was eventually discovered to be a 35 year old man out of Los Angeles. Officers located a newer Range Rover in the parking lot that belonged to the two and evidence was recovered from within that suggest that the vehicle was purchased fraudulently.   They were booked into Santa Rita on a number of charges including possession of identification for more than 10 people, filing a false crime report, forgery, using an ID with the intent to defraud, providing false ID to police, obstructing/resisting, possession of a controlled substance, etc.

Sunday, January 13, 2019
Incidents 206 Reports 27

Auto Burglaries:
Swordfish Common
Lake Woodland Common
Aurora Terrace
#013 Trespassing
Officers were dispatched to a vacant building on Whitney Place regarding 3 people who were trespassing.  One of the three, a 42 year old adult female, was found to have a felony warrant and was arrested for same.  All of the people were issued trespass notices at the request of the property owner.  Officer Forsberg handled the incident.  

#016 Assault with a Deadly Weapon
Officers were dispatched to a restaurant in the Ardenwood area to investigate an assault with a deadly weapon incident.  A 40 year old Fremont transient got into an argument with several other transients who were panhandling in the area.  The woman pulled out a broken pipe used for drugs and slashed the victim’s face when she was told to leave the area. The woman was detained nearby and positively identified by witnesses. She was arrested and transported to Santa Rita Jail.

#017 Public Intoxication Arrest
Officer Liu was dispatched to a welfare check of a man in a vehicle blocking traffic in the City Sports parking lot. Officer Liu located the vehicle in the lot blocking traffic with a 32 year old man sitting in the driver’s seat. The man was contacted and arrested for being drunk in public.  He was transported to Santa Rita Jail.

#018 Theft
Two females in their 20s and 30s stole a wallet and car keys from a victim’s purse while she was shopping at a grocery store located at the Fremont Hub. The two suspects immediately made purchases at businesses with the victim’s credit cards. The suspects were last seen walking east on Mowry Avenue from Paseo Padre Parkway. The case is under investigation.

#022 Battery
A fistfight between two men occurred at a residence on Union Street. The involved parties were intoxicated and uncooperative. A man and woman both sustained injuries.  Both victims were transported to a local hospital for their injuries. The case remains under investigation. 

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

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