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Fremont Police Department (CA)
Monday March 14th, 2011 :: 08:18 a.m. PDT

Community

Police blotter

Friday, 3/11/11

Ofc. Sanders cited a subject for driving on a suspended license.

CSO Codey towed two vehicles for expired reg.

Officer Shadle made a car stop and arrested the driver for outstanding warrants.

Officers spent extra time patrolling the Mission corridor in response to recent burglaries.

The power went out in several areas of the city at once today for 30 minutes or so. The cause is unknown (to us). Over 7300 customers and several intersections throughout the city were affected.


Officer Manrique arrested a subject on a misdemeanor warrant.

Officer Marrkel arrested a subject for being under the influence.

Units responded to Washington High School on information of possible gang activity. Personnel conducted saturation patrols until school ended. No incidents of violence occurred.


Ofc. Layfield cited a subject for driving without a valid license.

Ofc. Kwok cited a subject for driving without a valid license.

Ofc. Holguin arrested a subject for DUI.

Ofc. Rodriguez conducted a probation search at Motel 6 on Fremont Bl and arrested two people for being minors in possession of alcohol.

Ofc. Layfield arrested a subject for DUI.

Ofc. Ceniceros arrested a subject for DUI.

Ofc. S. Hunt went to the 4300 block of San Juan Ave when a neighbor called to report people in a parked car smoking drugs. Ofc. S. Hunt arrested a subject for possession of a controlled substance.

Saturday, 3/12/11

Ofc. Chinn arrested a subject for public intoxication.

Ofc. Diehm arrested a subject for possession of a controlled substance.

A citizen called to report that two males just kicked in the front door of his house and then fled after seeing the home owner was home. Officers arrive on scene within 2 minutes. A large perimeter was established to include the large condo complex between Ross common and Wainright Terrace. An extensive search was conducted but the two suspects were not located. There was no loss from the residence. The outstanding suspects were described as both being HMA’s 18 to 19 years of age. One was wearing a white colored hoodie while the other was wearing all blue with a blue base ball cap.

Ofc. Zambonin responds to investigate the theft of two gold necklaces which were stolen from a garage sale. During the theft, the victim is able to obtain the license plate of the suspect vehicle, which comes back to an address in Fremont. The suspect has been identified and the investigation is ongoing.


Officer Snelson arrested a subject for DUI and driving on a suspended license.

Officers Perry and Kwok responded to a loud party on Blacow Road. They contacted a subject in the front yard of the residence. The subject was intoxicated and challenged to the officers. The subject was taken into custody after a brief struggle.

Officers respond to a missing 7-year-old boy. The boy’s parents believed the boy was missing for at least two hours before contacting police. Sgt. Harvey arrives and coordinates a neighborhood search and initiates the Code Red system via Dispatch. A neighbor and friend of the missing boy’s family receive the Code Red message on their voice mail and realize the missing boy (friend of the family) is inside their home playing with their children. The neighbor takes the boy home.

Sergeants Severance and Bobbitt were working overtime at Washington High School for a championship basketball game, Oakland vs. Castro Valley. Up to 3,000 spectators filled the stands, including rival gang members identified by Oakland Officers, who also attended the game. Traffic, Early Swings and Midnight Units were deployed to support saturation patrols and traffic control after the game concluded. Sergeants Severance and Bobbitt managed the gymnasium crowd and Sergeants Harvey and Dang managed the perimeter and exiting traffic. Well organized and peaceful exit by all.

Ofc. Romley conducted a traffic stop and cited a subject for possession of marijuana.

Ofc. Layfield conducted a traffic stop and arrested a subject for being an unlicenced driver.

A subject was placed under citizens arrest for battery.

Officer Lambert arrested a 31-year-old male, for possession of a controlled substance, being under the influence of a controlled substance, and violation of a temporary restraining order.

Officers were dispatched to the area of Paseo Padre/Peralta on a report of a suspicious circumstance after a citizen reported being followed by a male driving a dark grey Dodge Caravan. The citizen was able to obtain a license plate, which came back to a stolen vehicle. A short time later, Officer Candler located the vehicle on Camden and attempted to stop it; however, the driver fled and a short foot pursuit ensued. The suspect was last seen running westbound through the condominium complex. As units were setting up a perimeter, Officer Ferrara located the suspect in the field area behind Centerville Junior High School and was able to direct responding officers to the suspect. The suspect, a 17-year-old male, was arrested inside the Centerville Junior High campus. The suspect, who has a fairly extensive juvenile criminal history, was also wanted by Contra County for escaping from one of their juvenile detention facilities

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

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