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Fremont Police Department (CA)
Monday August 21st, 2017 :: 12:45 p.m. PDT


Police Patrol Blotter – Weekend Edition

Friday, August 18, 2017

#004 Public Intoxication Arrest
At 7:07 a.m., Officer Lastrape responded to the 6900 block of Stevenson Blvd. on the anonymous report of a male asleep inside a vehicle on the property.  The male exited his vehicle and officers recognized quickly that he was intoxicated.   The male seemed confused and did not know why he was there.  The 39 year old adult male, Ontario resident, was arrested and booked at the Fremont Jail for being drunk in public.

#013 Robbery Arrest
At approximately 11:18 a.m., an armed robbery occurred in the area of Bayfield/Millbrook after the victim came to the scene with $800 to purchase a cell phone.  A witness chased after the suspect who was last seen running on Grimmer towards Blacow Rd.  The witness stated the suspect had a gun in his hand while running.  A perimeter was established and a canine search of the area was conducted with negative results.  Detectives and SIU responded to assist patrol with the ongoing investigation.  A residence was identified as being of interest and several people were contacted leaving the house. Eventually an 18 year old adult male suspect was located inside the residence.  After some negotiations by on scene personnel, the suspect came out of the residence and was detained without incident.  The suspect was positively identified during two separate in-fields. 

Traffic - Three roadway incidents created heavy commuter traffic Friday afternoon. First there was a fire along SR84/Vallecitos RD in the Livermore area.  Due to the proximity of the fire, the road was temporarily closed at I680.  In addition, a car stalled in Niles Canyon and Cal-Trans was also doing “slab repair” on northbound I680 at Castlewood.   All of these incidents caused traffic to begin backing up on our City roadways early in the afternoon.  The entire Traffic Unit and several patrol officers who held over from day shift responded out to complaint areas and helped with the traffic congestion.
#030 Resisting a Police Officer
At 3:30 p.m., officers responded to the 39100 block of Liberty Street, after private security called to report a female was refusing to leave.  The reporting party wanted FPD to serve her with a trespass notice.  Officers arrived and contacted the woman who refused to identify herself.   Officer Gerber arrested the female for obstructing/resisting arrest and when she arrived at the jail, she still would not tell us her name.  Officer Gerber was able to later identify her as a 32 year old adult female, Fremont resident.  She was found to be on probation for resisting arrest and Officer Gerber added a probation violation.

#036 Gun Call
A reporting party dialed 9-1-1 when they saw a male in front of their house holding a gun.   As officers were arriving, the RP advised they heard what they thought was a gunshot.  Officers located the involved parties and were able to safely detain them.  Officers located a replica “MP-5”pellet (airsoft) gun on an 18 year old male.  Case investigated by Officer Macciola.

#006 Auto Burglary
At 4:47 a.m., officers responded to the 3600 block of Norfolk Rd after a reporting party called regarding a car alarm.  The reporting party observed two suspects with a flashlight looking through the interior of the vehicle and it’s trunk.  Officers arrived and attempted to detain the suspects, however, they fled in a black GMC.  The officers initiated a pursuit onto northbound Fremont Blvd.  The pursuit was terminated when the suspects began driving on the wrong side of the road.  They were last seen entering I880 from Stevenson Blvd.  Officers found that the victim vehicle was actually an unreported stolen vehicle out of Fremont.  Case investigated by Officer Sun.
Suspect Vehicle – 2005 GMC Yukon, black
Suspect Descriptions – Two black male adults, slim builds, wearing dark clothing.  One had a red baseball hat.

Saturday, August 19, 2017

Car Show - Sgt. Ehling, coordinated patrol and traffic units to monitor a car show in the parking lot of Tea Six in Warm Springs.  Approximately 80 cars were present and there was one report of a vehicle doing donuts.  Sgt. Ehling met with the organizer and the group dispersed at midnight.

#021 Assault with a Deadly Weapon
At 3:25 p.m., officers responded to a 911 call in the area of Niles and Mission, when a woman walked into a business bleeding.  Officers contacted the victim who told them that a known male tackled her and kicked her with his steel toed boots.   The victim was taken to a local hospital for medical treatment.  The suspect was not initially located and Officer Vucurevich is conducting follow up.

#030 Grand Theft
At 5:49 p.m., two suspects entered a business in the 43900 block of Pacific Commons Blvd. and stole over $1000 worth of merchandise.  Three suspects were last seen getting into a red Chevrolet 4-door sedan.  The suspects were described as three black female adults, 18-20 years old.  One had a tattoo of letters on the inside of her left shoulder and was last seen wearing a white tank top, light blue jeans and white shoes.  Case investigated by Officer Gigliotti.
#039 Public Intoxication Arrest
At 11:05 p.m., a reporting party called to advise of a possible kidnapping in progress at Gateway Plaza near Paseo Padre and Walnut.  They initially observed what appeared to be female in the parking lot being forced into a vehicle, but they then told dispatchers that it appeared to be an argument.  Officers responded with lights and siren and contacted the involved parties at the vehicle.  Officers found it was not a kidnapping and that the involved people were trying to care for an extremely intoxicated and belligerent female.  Officer Latimer arrested a 29 year old adult female for being drunk in public.  She was transported to Santa Rita Jail.
Sunday, August 20, 2017
Incidents 220 Reports 24

#004 Outside Assist – Medical Call
Officer Paiva and Officer Stiers responded to Central Park area near the tennis courts on a report of a male face down in the grass.  The male was located unconscious and not breathing (possible cardiac event).  Officer Paiva and Officer Stiers performed CPR on the male for 3 minutes until Fremont Fire arrived.  The male was transported to a local hospital.

Sobreity & Driver’s License Checkpoint at AutoMall Pkwy/Southlake Common - Three drivers were arrested for DUI during the event.

#010 Petty Theft
At 3:02 p.m. Officer Godrich and his FTO were dispatched to a community member holding a female at a grocery store in the 3100 block of Mowry Ave who walked out without paying for merchandise. The 46 year old adult female was arrested (via cite/release) for petty theft.

#016 Grand Theft
At 5:34 p.m., Officer Godrich documented a grand theft from a business in the 43800 block of Osgood Rd., where 4 suspects ran out of the store with approximately 30 calculators valued at $100/ea. They jumped into an early 2000’s white Chrysler with black rims and paper plates.  The vehicle was last seen turning east onto Osgood Rd. The suspects were described as follows:
Suspect 1: Black female adult, 25-30 years old, 5'7"-6'0" tall, 120-150lbs, wearing a white hat, black shirt black yoga pants, white shoes and had a right arm tattoo.
Suspect 2: Black female adult, 25-30 years old, 5'1"-5'6" tall, 120-150lbs, wearing a camo hat, black sweatshirt with red and white lettering, black yoga pants, and black and white shoes.
Suspect 3: Black male adult, 25-30 years old, 5'7"-6'0" tall, 150-170lbs, wearing a black hat, black glasses, black t-shirt, blue denim long sleeve jacket, blue denim pants and dark shoes.
Suspect 4: Black male adult, 18-24 years old, 5'7"-6'0" tall, 170-200lbs, grey or white hat, black t-shirt with multiple colored patches, blue denim pants and black shoes.
#003 Battery Arrest
At 12:25 p.m., Officer Floresca and FTO B. Johnson were dispatched to the 36400 block of Feliz Ct to investigate a family dispute.  An uncooperative 44 year old adult male was arrested for battery.

Fremont Police Department (CA)
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Fremont, CA 94538

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