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Fremont Police Department (CA)
Monday November 13th, 2017 :: 05:44 p.m. PST


Police Patrol Blotter – Weekend Edition Thursday, November 9, 2017 – Sunday, November 12, 2017

Thursday, November 9, 2017
Incidents 361 Reports 42

#030 Battery on a Police Officer/Felon in Possession of a Loaded Firearm
At about 3:18 p.m., an officer from our Street Crimes Unit was driving through Niles when he saw a well-known male (28 year old/Fremont resident), who is a felon on parole, standing near a vehicle parked in the area of Niles Blvd just south of J St. The officer attempted to make contact while he was standing there.  The male immediately took off running and the officer initiated a short foot pursuit.  When the officer caught up to the male, he attempted to take him into custody and a fight ensued.  The officer hit the Code 99 button on his radio, which puts out a tone alert over every police radio.  The alert means an officer is in trouble and needs immediate assistance.   After a few minutes of continued fighting, the officer was able to disengage and deploy his Taser.  The application was effective and the male was taken into custody.  
The male was found to be in possession of a loaded Glock 23, methamphetamine, burglary tools, and identification belonging to other people. He went to jail and was booked on a number of charges including:  felon in possession of a gun, carrying a concealed loaded weapon, possession of a controlled substance while armed, obstructing an executive officer, possession of a controlled substance, receiving known stolen property, battery on a police officer, possession of a silencer, obstructing/resisting, possession of burglary tools, etc.  

Friday, November 10, 2017
Incidents 299 Reports 34

#010 Battery on a Police Officer
At 9:29 a.m., officers were dispatched to a vehicle collision that was heard in the area of Niles and Nursery.  The first arriving officer responded with lights and siren activated from the area of Niles Blvd and G St.  The officer located a white 4-door Honda Civic on the east side sidewalk of Niles Blvd north of Nursery Ave.   As the officer approached the Honda, it began to drive eastbound off the sidewalk onto Torrano Common at about 1-2 mph.  The vehicle had two flat tires and structural damage.  The vehicle came to a stop.   The officer contacted the driver, a 29 year old adult male, Fremont resident and asked him to exit the vehicle, but the he refused.  The driver then shifted his vehicle into drive and accelerated away.  The vehicle traveled approximately 25 yards and the driver exited and ran to a nearby unoccupied vehicle that had an unlocked door.  The male refused multiple commands the officer gave. The officer got the male out of the vehicle and that’s when the male began taking off all of his clothes until he was only in his underwear.   The officer attempted to detain the suspect, but he resisted and began fighting.  The officer deployed his Taser which was temporarily effective, but then the suspect pulled the probes out of his torso and continued fighting.  The fight continued for several minutes until additional officers arrived and assisted to take the combative suspect into custody.  The suspect was transported to a local hospital for medical clearance, and later booked at Santa Rita on charges of obstructing an executive officer, attempting to remove a peace officers firearm and attempted vehicle theft. 

#003 DUI Arrest
Officer Wong responded to a collision in the 39300 block of Logan Dr.  During the contact, he arrested a 24 year old adult male, Fremont resident for DUI. 

Saturday, November 11, 2017
Incidents 242 Reports 39

#019 Possession of an Imitation Firearm
At 12:30 p.m., three separate reporting parties called to report a male driving around Fremont with an assault rifle on his lap.  The suspect vehicle was described as a dark grey Toyota with a green dealership paper plate.  Officer Contrada located the suspect vehicle as it traveled southbound on Fremont Blvd near Stevenson Bl.  A felony traffic stop was initiated in the area of Fremont and Grimmer Blvd. and a 31 year old adult male, Fremont resident was arrested.  A black AR-15 replica rifle and a two foot long steel machete were located near the front passenger seat.  The orange tip on the AR-15 replica rifle was painted black.  The male made several comments about wanting to harm himself and he was taken to a local hospital to see a crisis nurse.  Upon being released from the hospital, he was booked into Santa Rita Jail on charges of altering an imitation firearm, obstructing/resisting, DUI, etc.

#032 Possession of a Controlled Substance for Sales
At 10:07 p.m., Officer T. Roberts conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle with expired registration in the area of Mowry/Argonaut.  The driver was found to have two outside agency warrants.  During a search of his person, he was found to be in possession of a clear plastic wrap containing a brown substance, consistent with suspect heroin.  When later weighed, it was 3 grams.  Inside the vehicle scales, baggies, suspected Methamphetamine, and Rx pills were located.  The 43 year old Fremont resident was arrested and booked on charges of possession of narcotics, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of a controlled substance for sales, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving without a license and an outside warrant.
#039 Armed Robbery
Two unknown race males approached a male at Papazian and Fremont Blvd and asked what he was doing.  The male told them he was waiting for a rideshare service to take him to BART and the two suspects offered him a free ride.  The victim happily entered their vehicle, described as a black four door-possibly a Toyota.  The two males did not drive the victim to BART, they took him to Budwing Tr where they parked and demanded cash.  One suspect produced a knife and removed the victim’s satchel and the other suspect punched the victim twice and removed his jacket. Both suspects then sped away in the suspect vehicle.   The loss was an iPhone 10 (not yet activated), a Samsung cell phone (powered off at the time of the theft), a black satchel, black jacket, some access cards, and cash.

#003 DUI Collision
Officers were dispatched to a non-injury collision.  A driver struck several parked cars on Farwell Dr near Wallace Pl.  Upon arrival they determined the driver of the vehicle, a 27 year old adult male, Fremont resident, was intoxicated and he was arrested for DUI.  Officer Gregory stayed investigated.

Sunday, November 12, 2017
Incidents 273 Reports 28

#014 Complaint of Pain Collision
A vehicle collided with a bicyclist on the Moraine side of Dale Hardware.  Fortunately the cyclist was not seriously injured and the crash was documented as a complaint of pain accident by Traffic Officer Piol.

#015 Grand Theft
At 1:12 p.m., a grand theft occurred at Ulta in the Hub after two suspects exited the store with a large amount of merchandise.  The suspected entered a older black Chevy Cobalt which exited the lot on the Argonaut side towards Mowry Ave. 
Suspect #1 was a Black female adult in her 20s, 5’10”, wearing a green jacket, blue jeans and glasses. 
Suspect #2 was a Black female adult in her 20s, wearing all black, twisted red/black hair with jewels in it. 

#016 Petty Theft form Sephora at Pac Commons.
At 2:08 p.m., suspects entered the Sephora store located in the 43600 block of Pacific Commons Blvd and stole merchandise. 

Suspect #1 Black male adult, short dreadlocks, 6’, with a slim build, wearing a red hoodie and black pants.   
Suspect #2 Black male adult, short black hair, wearing a black Adidas hoodie, blue jeans and dark shoes.   
Suspect #3 Hispanic female adult, 5’ 8”, heavy build, wearing a black blouse, red skirt and sandals.

#026 and #027 Garage Burglaries in the 37000 block of Parish Cir. Both cases investigated by Officer Balcorta.
#026- Occurred between 11/09/2017 5:00 p.m. -  11/10/2017 3:00 p.m.
#027- Occurred between 11/2/2017 6:30 p.m. - 11/3/2017 6:30 a.m.

#029 DUI collision 40000 block of Blacow Rd.
A reporting party called at 7:46 p.m., to report a roll over collision on Blacow Rd.  Officers responded and located the driver of the rolled over vehicle.  He was identified as a 29 year old adult male.  It was determined he was under the influence of alcohol.  Officer Snow subsequently arrested the driver for DUI after he failed the field sobriety test.

Illegal Sideshow Activity
At 11:04 pm, Fremont Fire personnel from Station 11 in south Fremont called to report several hundred cars doing donuts and sideshow activities on Lakeview Blvd.  Officers arrived and found several cars in the area engaged in illegal sideshow activity, as well as a couple hundred people running.  The vehicles mostly scattered and a few traffic stops were made.  Registrations came back from Vallejo, San Lorenzo, Oakland, and Antioch.  A 1990 Lexus 4-door vehicle with false registration tabs was towed.  Some of the vehicles in the area were carrying spare tires they would sell once the participants destroyed their tires doing donuts. During this initial enforcement, one Fremont patrol car was damaged by a suspect who threw a large rock at the vehicle.  
After the group left, they moved their activities to Osgood Rd near Automall Pkwy and continued their antics.  Officers responded to the area and the group left.  They regrouped in  the 900 block of Page Rd and Milmont Dr.  During enforcement in this area, an officer’s occupied patrol car was surrounded by masked persons.  The patrol car sustained damage including a broken mirror (photo attached) and dents.  CHP responded to assist and advised they took rocks and bottles the night prior while enforcing sideshow activity. The large group dispersed the area fleeing down Milmont Rd. towards Milpitas in both lanes of traffic. Milpitas PD was notified.   They did not return after this incident. 
Sideshow activity is illegal and extremely dangerous, not only for the participants, but also for bystanders and uninvolved motorists. Fremont has a zero-tolerance policy for persons engaged in sideshow activities. Patrol and Traffic officers will be proactively monitoring the City for sideshow activity during the upcoming weeks.

Fremont Police Department (CA)
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Fremont, CA 94538

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