Arrests and Bail Bonds in Fremont


Fremont Police Patrol for Monday, May 12, 2014

Monday, May 12, 2014

Incidents 240 Reports 40

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#005 Fremont Drug Arrest 

A Fremont citizen called to report a woman snorting what appeared to be illegal drugs in a vehicle parked in the parking lot of the Denny’s restaurant located in the 5000 block of Mowry Ave.  Officers arrived and located the adult female.  The female exhibited signs of being under the influence of a stimulant drug and was arrested.  Upon searching her vehicle, officers located what appeared to be methamphetamine and other drug paraphernalia.  The female was transported to Fremont jail without incident.  Ofc. Sasser investigated this incident. 


#006 Injury Collision 

Fremont PD officers responded to an injury collision involving a Union City police vehicle
and two other vehicles at the intersection of Fremont Bl/Paseo Padre Pkwy.  One female driver was injured as well as the officer.  Both were transported to local hospitals with moderate (non-life threatening) injuries.  FPD Traffic Unit led the ongoing investigation in cooperation with the Tri-City Accident Investigation Team (T.A.I.T.). A portion of the intersection was closed for several hours.  PIO Bosques responded to the scene for media inquiries.  Sgt. Tassano managed the scene. 


#009 Residential Burglary 

An adult male entered a residence (front door pry) and took copper wire from inside of the home which was under construction on the 3300 block of Bayliss St. 


#013 Residential Burglary 

An unknown suspect entered (pry of the bathroom window) a residence on the 36000 block of Pizarro Dr. and took cash, documents and other items.  


#019 Commercial Burglary/Resisting Arrest: Report 

Kohl’s Security called to report that a male had filled a shopping cart with merchandise and was staged at the exit doors of the store.  Security watched via camera as the suspect waived to a waiting vehicle to come get him.  Officer Hanrahan and Officer Harvey arrived very quickly on the scene as the vehicle was leaving the area and attempted a stop.  The passenger immediately fled, running into the Target parking lot and eventually into the Target Store.  Target was forced to evacuate their store before officers could search, but the suspect, a 27 year adult male, San Jose resident was located hiding in a clothing rack by Sgt. Delema and Ofc. Hanrahan.  The original suspect that was inside Kohl’s was monitored by Kohl’s security and was arrested in front of Jamba Juice by Ofc. Zargham.   Both men had felony warrants out of Santa Clara County.  The driver, a 32 year old adult male, San Jose resident was also arrested and all three went to jail for commercial burglary.  Officers also located numerous pieces of stolen property including; ID cards, driver’s licenses, credit cards and other items that were stolen during burglaries in other cities.  Great coordination between dispatch and the officers to monitor several incidents at the same time.


#26 Vandalism/Injured Suspect

Dispatch received 911 calls from citizens at the Sundale Shopping Center who said there was a male bleeding profusely and lying on the sidewalk.  Sgt. Lambert, Sgt. Epps, and Lt. Severance were on the scene almost immediately and located the male who had a traumatic cut to the back of his ankle.  The investigation revealed that the male who was possibly under the influence of drugs or alcohol, kicked through a glass door, then got his foot/leg caught in the glass.  The two Sergeants attempted to provide emergency medical aid, but the male resisted their efforts and had to be restrained restrained while FFD and paramedics provided treatment.  Case investigated by Ofc. Ehling.


#029 Child Endangerment/Resisting Arrest

Ofc. Layfield was dispatched to Staples at the Hub Shopping Center to investigate a report of a person trying to return stolen merchandise.  He contacted a 27 year old adult female, Fremont resident who immediately fought with him.  After being arrested, she told Ofc. Layfield that her vehicle, which contained her 3 year old son who she left in the car while she committed the theft, had been stolen.  She later changed her story and said that a friend took her car with her son after seeing her get arrested.  The child was eventually located at the female's apartment, but the friend, an adult male, had left him there alone.  The female went to jail for resisting arrest while her friend, who officers eventually located, went to the Fremont jail for child endangerment.  


#038 Residential Burglary

Officer Chahouati was dispatched to a residential burglary on the 38000 block of Temple Way. Entry was made through an unsecured sliding rear door. Despite complete ransack of the residence, nothing appeared to be missing.


#001 Shooting/Outside Assist

Officer Kindorf and Officer Peters were dispatched to WTH ER after an adult male arrived with a grazing gunshot wound to his foot.  The victim was uncooperative.  It was determined that the male was injured at an unknown location north of Fremont.  Officers documented as an outside assist.


#003 Commercial Burglary

Officers were dispatched to an audible alarm at Kinders (43761 Boscell Rd).  Upon arrival, officers discovered the restaurant had been burglarized.  Entry was made via front window smash and loss was undetermined at the time of the report.  Investigated by Officer Settle.

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