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Fremont Police Department (CA)
Thursday July 11th, 2019 :: 04:20 p.m. PDT


Police Patrol Blotter Thursday, July 4, 2019 – Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Thursday, July 4, 2019
Incidents 287 Reports 22

- Approximately 54 calls involving fireworks were received and responded to.
- The 4th of July Parade went as planned and there were no issues.

#001 DUI Arrest
At approximately 12:34 a.m., EMT’s from a local ambulance company called to report that they had just contacted what they believed to be an intoxicated driver of a vehicle.  The vehicle was found stopped on the sidewalk in the Raley’s shopping center.  Officers responded and the investigation resulted in the arrest of a 25 year old man (Fremont resident) for DUI.

#003 Armed Robbery
At 5:17 a.m., an employee of the 7-Eleven store located on Central Ave called asking for police.   Officers arrived at the business and learned an armed robbery had just taken place with a gun involved.  The suspect was a white or Hispanic man, 30-40 years old, wearing a yellow baseball, yellow mask, orange hoody sweatshirt, blue latex gloves and black cargo shorts.  The firearm could only be described as a small handgun.  Video surveillance from the store showed the subject fleeing north on Joseph St. immediately after the crime.  The loss was cash from the register drawer. 

#004 Brandishing a Weapon
At 5:48 a.m., a reporting party called FPD regarding a man who was in the street at Mowry/Farwell swinging a metal bat in the direction of her car.  Officers arrived in the area as the reporting party was able to get to safety.  The man reportedly left the area on his bike, which was pulling a trailer.  He was described as a white, heavyset man, approximately 40 years old and likely transient.  Although multiple subjects were contacted at an encampment on Farwell Drive, south of Mowry Ave, in-field show ups met with negative results.  The incident was documented.

Friday, July 5, 2019
Incidents 277 Reports 30

#006 Commercial Burglary 43500 block of Mission Blvd
Two suspects wearing light colored sweatshirts broke into a business and stole electronics.  The suspect vehicle was a dark colored Toyota Corolla with missing front/rear bumpers.

#007 Attempt Commercial Burglary 4100 block of Clipper Ct
Unknown suspect(s) attempted to pry open a door to the business, and there is possible video surveillance.

#008 Auto Burglary at Stanford Ave/Vineyard Ave
Unknown suspect(s) smashed the window on a parked vehicle and stole personal property.

#010 Commercial Burglary 40400 block of Albrae St
Unknown suspect(s) broke into the business and stole alcohol.

#026 Injury Collision
Officer DeStefano was dispatched to the area of Blacow Road/ Coco Palm Road on the report of a vehicle collision involving two motorcycles. Officer DeStefano quickly arrived on scene, and found two motorcyclists down on the street. Both cyclists required medical attention at a trauma center. Traffic Investigators Snow and Ramsey took over as primary case agents in this matter.

Saturday, July 6, 2019
Incidents 234 Reports 29

#006 Assault with a Deadly Weapon
Officers responded to the area of the Ninety-Nine Cent Store on Fremont Blvd regarding two men in a fight, one of which was in possession of a wooden pole.  The two men were contacted.  Officers learned one man was upset with the other man with relation to one of their dogs.   A 41 year old man was arrested and booked on charges of assault with a deadly weapon at Santa Rita Jail.  Case investigated by Officer Alejo and FTO Koehler.

#022 Theft, Resisting Arrest and Probation Violation
A Fremont Sergeant was at the Chevron gas station located at Stevenson and Paseo Padre when he observed a man running northbound from the business.  A store employee then told the sergeant that the subject had just taken 2 bottles of beer without paying and that he wanted the suspect arrested.  The sergeant chased after the suspect who refused multiple commands to stop and eventually deployed his Taser.  The 34 year old man was arrested for theft and resisting arrest. 
#027 Public Intoxication Arrest
A reporting party texted Dispatch saying that he locked himself inside of his bedroom because someone was trying to kick down his door.  Multiple units responded with lights and siren.  They contacted a man who was intoxicated on the side of the house.   The man was staying at the house which was being rented out as an AirBNB.  The man was so intoxicated he couldn’t remember which room was his.  He attempted to kick down multiple doors which frightened the occupants who then called 911.  In the end, the 24 year old man was arrested for public intoxication and obstructing/resisting.
#005 Robbery Arrest
Officers were dispatched to a report of a robbery at the Walgreen’s store located on Mowry. A suspect walked into the store, grabbed lotion, and was attempting to leave without paying. Store security attempted to detain the suspect. The suspect then physically assaulted store security. The suspect fled eastbound. Store employees took note of the suspect’s vehicle type and license plate, with an associated address in Union City. UCPD immediately responded to the area and observed the vehicle arrive. A felony car stop was initiated and a 19 year old was detained and subsequently arrested for robbery. Case investigated by Officer Ramirez. A special thanks to UCPD for locating the fleeing suspect.

#006 DUI Arrest
Sergeant Sanchez was driving northbound on Paseo Padre Parkway/Sequoia Road when he observed a Chevy Camaro with its hazard lights on. The vehicle went up the curb, then destroyed signage belonging to an apartment complex. The 49 year old driver was determined to be operating his vehicle while under the influence of an alcoholic beverage and was arrested.

Sunday, July 7, 2019
Incidents 272 Reports 39

#015 Vehicle Pursuit – Stolen Vehicle
Sgt. Miskella saw a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of Walmart on Albrae St.  The vehicle immediately began evading.  Officers were able to catch up to the vehicle on I880. The vehicle, a silver Jeep Liberty, was wanted in connection with a burglary out of Piedmont.  The vehicle initially yielded but then sped off and led patrol units on a 3 minute vehicle pursuit which ended in Newark on Thornton Ave.  The driver, a 31 year old man and a 43 year old woman were both arrested without incident when they got stuck in the parking lot of Big Lots.  The vehicle they were driving was a cold-plated stolen vehicle out of Redwood City.  Documented by Sgt. Miskella.

#016 Criminal Threats
Officers were dispatched to the Dog Park on the report of terrorist threats after the owner of one dog pulled a gun on another dog owner following a dog fight.   The victim provided a description and license plate of the suspect vehicle.  Officer Samayoa located the occupied vehicle parked near Essanay and Vallejo.  The driver, a 61 year old man was detained and positively identified as the suspect.  Officer Madsen arrested the man for criminal threats and transported him to jail.

#029 Commercial Burglary
Officer Gigliotti arrested a 20 year old man for commercial burglary and trespassing after he stole more than $1000 merchandise from Target.

Monday, July 8, 2019
Incidents 295 Reports 53

Multiple callers reported a car swerving across lanes on Paseo Padre Pkwy near Mowry Ave.  The vehicle came to a stop on Paseo Padre at Mowry Ave with a male passed out in the driver’s seat.  Multiple officers were in the area and found the male unconscious in the vehicle, barely breathing.  There was evidence of narcotics use in plain view which led officers to believe the subject had overdosed.  Fremont Fire arrived and quickly administered NARCAN which almost immediately revived the 21 year old Newark man.  The man subsequently told officers that he had ingested fentanyl and that there was some remaining in the vehicle.  FFD Hazmat responded and rendered the vehicle safe.  The man was transported to the hospital and arrested for driving while under the influence.

 #038 Commercial Burglary
Officers were dispatched to Frys Electronics on the report of a petty theft.  The suspect managed to flee the store prior to police arrival.  However, Officer Cordero located and detained a subject who matched the description.  The 32 year old man was positively identified and arrested for commercial burglary in addition to several drug charges. 

#045 DUI Collision
Officers were dispatched to a traffic hazard on Mowry at Blacow.  Upon arrival, officers discovered the vehicle was involved in a collision and they suspected the driver was intoxicated.  Officer Higgins arrested the 21 year rold for DUI.  Officer Ramsey responded and took the traffic collision portion of the report.

#054 (Robbery-Estes)
Ofc. Alejo, FTO Koehler, Ofc. Ramirez, and Ofc. Borzone were dispatched to the Safeway at Warm Springs on the reports of a robbery.  Several grocery clerks called to advise that a suspect, later identified as a 28 year old man, punched several employees after he tried to use a fraudulent credit card to buy several items. The man fled the store once he was confronted by the employees, but not after he spit on one of the managers.  The man was contacted in the parking lot and detained.  He was booked into the Santa Rita Jail for robbery.  Case investigated by Ofc. Alejo.
Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Incidents 380 Reports 38

#012 Auto Burglary
 400 block of Woodview Terrace – Unknown suspect(s) forced open a parked vehicle and stole electronic items.

#014 Vandalism
4000 block of Technology Dr. – Male subjects walked into the patio area with flashlights and broke plates/drinking glasses.  One suspect was described as a white male adult, 5’9”, wearing a hat and riding a black bicycle.

#029/032 Hit and Run Collisions
At approximately 6:20 p.m., dispatch began receiving multiple calls of a reckless vehicle involved in numerous hit and run collisions.  The initial count was 4 victim vehicles.  Several witnesses provided a license plate for the suspect vehicle.  Approximately one hour later, Officers Singh and Lobue located the suspect walking from Lake Tahoe Terrace.  The suspect was detained and interviewed and admitted to being involved in several collisions and said that he just got scared after the first collision.  None of the victims desired prosecution.  Officer Snow investigated the incident and will be submitting the case to the DA’s office for potential charges. 
#036 and 037 Auto Burglaries
CSO Wilske took two auto burglary reports from the 100 block of Woodcreek Co.   The loss was a religious glass figure, a gym bag and two credit cards.  The credit cards were canceled prior to any fraudulent charges. The apartment complex had no cameras.  The incidents occurred between 7/3 and 7/9.  

#038 Auto Burglary
Officer Trzewiecznski investigated an auto burglary report from Dennys South on Mission Blvd.  At approximately 8:15 p.m., suspect(s) broke a window on the victim’s vehicle and stole a briefcase with a laptop.  Suspects fled in a small black SUV with tinted windows. 
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
Incidents 363 Reports 38

#023 Auto Burglary
Officers responded to Lowe’s Pacific Commons to investigate an auto burglary.  No suspect information at this time.  Investigated by Officer Manrique
#025 Injury collision
Officers responded to the Hub for an injury collision where a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle resulting in a broken ankle.  Traffic Officer Snow investigated the incident.
#029 Injury Collision
At 5:50 p.m., a reporting party called stating a juvenile was stuck while in the crosswalk in front of Hopkins Junior High School.  The teenage student sustained serious, but non-life threatening injuries.  Capt. Bobbitt was nearby and was first on scene.  The pedestrian was transported to a local trauma center with their mother.  The driver remained on scene and cooperated with the investigation.  Traffic Officer Snow investigated the incident.  The incident involved 8 patrol and traffic units for several hours.
#030 Missing Persons
At 7:07 p.m., two separate (unrelated) missing persons were reported at Central Park, ironically at the same time.  One missing person was an 81 year old man, while the other was a 6 year old child.  Fremont Fire responded with their drone for aerial support.  Officer Smith was called out with his tracking K9.  The off road vehicle was also deployed throughout the park.  The 6 year old was quickly located.  The 81 year old was located 2 hours later at his house.  The incident involved 9 patrol units for several hours.
#009 and 011 Commercial Burglary
A caller reported that two people broke into the community mail boxes at the Sofi Apartment complex.  Officers detained two subjects nearby but they were not identified as suspect during an infield.  Case investigated by Officer Forsberg

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