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Fremont Police Department (CA)
Friday February 1st, 2019 :: 12:01 p.m. PST


Police Patrol Blotter – Weekday Edition Monday, January 28 – Thursday, January 31, 2019

Monday, January 28, 2019
Incidents 369 Reports 47

Auto Burglaries:

#007 Auto burglary 39900 block of Fremont Blvd. – Occurred during early morning hours, and the loss is was not determined at the time of the report.

#021 Auto burglary 47100 block of Warm Springs Blvd – Suspect(s) burglarized the victim’s vehicle while it was parked inside the parking lot. Loss of personal items and electronics.

#022 Auto burglary 46700 block of Crawford St – Occurred between 9:00 p.m. and 11:15 a.m.  Suspect(s) broke out a window and stole personal items.

#025 Auto burglary 34200 block of Fremont Blvd - Suspect(s) burglarized the victim’s vehicle while it was parked inside the parking lot.  A child safety seat was stolen.

#004 Warrant Service
Officer Calvin conducted a pedestrian stop on a 38 year old man in the area of Beacon / Fremont Blvd. The man was placed under arrest after it was discovered he had a drug related misdemeanor warrant.

Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Incidents 325 Reports 51

#015 Estes Robbery
CVS on Driscoll Rd. reported that four black female suspects stole items from inside the store and fled in two vehicles.  The vehicles were described as a black Honda Accord and a tan Infiniti with paper plates.  Officer Heidebrecht investigating.  

#017 Grand Theft
The Ulta store at Pacific Commons reported four black female suspects stole $4,000 dollars in perfume and fled the area in two separate vehicles.  Vehicles were described as a black Honda Accord and a tan Infiniti Q45.  The vehicles matched the description from the earlier Estes robbery at CVS.  Follow up taking place to include the review cameras in the area of Pacific Commons.

#026 Traffic Collision
A single vehicle collision occurred in the area of Stevenson Blvd and Omar St.  The vehicle collided into a gas line causing the closure of eastbound Stevenson Blvd from Hwy 880 to Blacow Rd.  PG&E responded and repaired the gas line.  A Nixle alert was sent out by patrol personnel regarding the closure.  Luckily, the repair was quick and the road was quickly reopened to traffic.  Investigated by traffic Officer Snow.

Residential Burglaries:
#027 - 36000 block of Coronado Drive
#039 - 38000 block Glenview Drive

Four Auto burglaries:
#041/044/047/048/049 – 46600 block Mission Blvd

#035/036 Drug Arrest
Zone 2 responded to Motel 6 north for a possible assault with a deadly weapon call. Three people staying at the motel got into an argument and threw rocks and bottles at each other. One uncooperative involved party was contacted on scene and two others fled on foot. Shortly after, a community member in the area of Blackstone Way called in a man with a gun running down the street. Officer Allsup located the man who was armed with a pair of pliers, and was associated with the original Motel 6 call. A 40 year old man was arrested for a drug warrant. Investigated by Officer Rose.

#037 Assault with a Deadly Weapon Arrest
A 26 year old was highly intoxicated and caused a disturbance at Allegro Music on Walnut Ave. When an employee escorted him out, the man punched him several times. The man then returned to the store and tried, unsuccessfully, to stab the employee with a corkscrew. Officer Gentry located the suspect nearby and found he had a parole violation warrant. The man went to jail for assault with a deadly weapon and his warrant. Investigated by Officer Paiva.

#045 Making a False Police Report
After a family argument, a juvenile fled to a neighbor’s house and called 911 claiming someone had a gun. The caller claimed other family members were still in the house and a man was threatening to shoot people. Multiple units responded and an arrest team was established. As the Bearcat was arriving on scene, officers determined the juvenile lied about the gun and threats. The juvenile was admonished for making a false police report and released to her parents.

Wednesday, January 30, 2019
Incidents 333 Reports 46

#013 Mental Health Evaluation
An employee from a bank located at Fremont/Mowry called 911 to report a man inside the bank with a gun.  The male contacted the employee, pulled the gun, and asked if they would load it for him.  When the employee refused, the man exited the bank and stood outside holding the gun.  Numerous officers arrived and located the man at a bus stop nearby. The man did not obey commands and put his hand inside his jacket.  Officers approached the man utilizing shields and a K9 was deployed.  The K9 was effective in assisting the officers to safely take the man into custody.  As the investigation proceeded, it was discovered that the man was developmentally disabled and had just purchased the replica pellet gun from a nearby sporting goods store.   When employees at the sporting good store wouldn’t help him load the pellet gun, he walked to the bank and asked for help.  The man never asked for money in an attempt to rob the bank.  The male was transported to the hospital where he later admitted that he wanted to be shot by police.  He was sent for a mental health evaluation after receiving medical attention for the dog bite. 

#014 Injury Accident
At the same time the above call was in-progress, a vehicle collision was called in at Peralta/Fremont.  The crash actually occurred at Mowry/Overacker and both vehicles were fully engulfed in flames.  There were only minor injuries but the roadway was shut down for several hours trying to remove the remnants of the vehicles.  Investigated by Traffic Officer Piol and Traffic Sgt. O’Connell.

#025 Warrant Arrest
Officer Sun conducts a traffic stop near the softball complex on Stevenson Blvd. and arrested a 23 year old, Fresno resident for outstanding arrest warrants.

#041Theft and Warrant Arrest
Officers responded to Target at the Hub for a shoplifter in custody.  Officer Dubowy arrests a 28 year old woman, Oakland resident for theft and several outstanding warrants for her arrest.  The woman claims a medical issue and is transported to the hospital, where she is cite-released.

#031 Warrant Arrest
Officers are called to the Family Resource Center regarding a welfare check on a female who had reportedly battered a family member.  A 22 female transient is contacted and arrested for an outstanding arrest warrant.

#028 Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Arrest
Officers are called to the report of a homeless man throwing trash around at a children’s park off of Great Salt Lake.  Officer Crow arrests the man for possession of drug paraphernalia.

#040 Vandalism
A-1 Quick Stop calls regarding a transient in the store who believed he was overcharged for cigarettes and threw the register to the ground.  The subject is gone prior to PD arrival.

Thursday, January 31, 2019
Incidents 360 Reports 44

Multiple auto burglaries were reported throughout the day.  We’d like to make a friendly reminder to please remove all valuables from your vehicle.

Auto Burglaries:
#028 – 2:54 p.m. - 43700 block of Christy Street
#022 - 3:39 p.m. – Maple St/Hansen Ave
#029 – 7:07 p.m. – 40600 Grimmer Blvd
#032 – 7:33 p.m. - Camden Village Apartments
#034 – 8:43 p.m. – Club Sport
#037 – 9:26 p.m. – 32900 Lake Erie St.
#047/048 - Two auto burglaries reportedly took place at the 6000 block of Stevenson Bl.  No suspect information. 

#040, 041, 042, 044, 045 Auto Burglaries
At 10:00 p.m., multiple auto burglaries are reported to FPD shortly after their occurrence in the 46800 block of Warm Springs Blvd.  An unknown race suspect, wearing a red hoodie got into a dark blue SUV.  Multiple officers are continuing this investigation. 

#003, 004 Parole Violation, Possession of Heroin Arrest
Officer M. Floresca contacted a 54 year old adult man and a female in the area of Mowry/Farwell.  The man was found to be in possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia.  A records check revealed a parole violation had been entered for his arrest.  Both were placed under arrest for the above described charges. 

#009 Stolen Vehicle Pursuit
At approximately 3:00 a.m.Friday morning, a FPD officer was in the area of S/B I-880 conducting a security check for a stolen vehicle that Newark PD had just advised of from their city.  He located the confirmed stolen Chevy Silverado near I-880 and Mission Bl.  A pursuit ensued that terminated in downtown San Jose after the Silverado collided with parked vehicles.  FPD Officers set up a perimeter with the assistance of CHP and SJPD personnel.  A search of the area resulted in a FPD K9 locating the first suspect, a 26 year old man. As the search continued, a UCPD K9 located the second suspect, a 27 year old man inside the perimeter.  Both were transported to hospitals for their bite wounds. The 26 year old was released and transported back to Fremont PD. This remains an active and ongoing investigation with several agencies involved. The suspects names are not being released at this time.  

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

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