An officer detained a male for possible vandalism at the station. The alleged act of vandalism was unfounded but the male was too intoxicated to care for himself. The male was placed under arrest for public intoxication and was booked at Santa Rita Jail. While enroute to the jail, the male began kicking the inside of the patrol car. The officer requested an express booking. Once at the jail, the male was booked without incident.
A victim reported their custom built 26" road bike (no model or serial number) was stolen from the Fremont Station, between 0730-1715 hours. The victim secured the bike to the south east bike rack using a U-Lock.
An officer noticed a male taking the tires off of a bicycle which was secured to the bike racks. The officer contacted the male and determined that the bike was not his. The male admitted to trying to take the bike tires. He was booked into the Santa Rita Jail for petty theft.
A male victim stated he was at the station to sell a vehicle to a female. The victim stated at one point the female jumped into the vehicle and drove away while the keys were still in it. The victim stated he did not wish to press charges against the female.
A caller reported that a man was standing on top of a vehicle in the east lot, and was smashing the windows with a stick. Officers responded and found the man, who attempted to eat broken glass. The man was eventually detained for emergency psychiatric evaluation and was transported to John George Pavilion for treatment. He will be arrested for vandalism once he is released from the hospital.
A female victim reported that she was in the bus zone when a male subject snatched her purse (containing credit cards and keys). Witnesses gave chase to the suspect who got into a late model dark green Honda Accord and fled towards Mowry. The male suspect was described as White, in his late 20’s, wearing a white shirt, blue jeans, and a red hat. Station video is to be requested.
A victim reported that they locked their bicycle (a Blue mountain bike) to the bike racks on 11/20/15 at 0400 hours. The bicycle was secured with a combo cable lock. The victim returned today at 1015 hours to find their bicycle gone. The estimated value of the bike is $125.
An officer detained a male suspect for reportedly disturbing another individual (victim). A wants/warrants check of the suspect revealed an outstanding $10K narcotics related warrant, held by San Leandro Police, for his arrest. At this point, the officer placed the suspect under arrest for the warrant and for disturbing the victim who placed him under citizen’s arrest for the violation. A sergeant approved the arrest, and the suspect was then booked into the county jail.
The hot dog vendor at the station became involved in a dispute with a customer. The customer punched the hot dog vendor and brandished a knife at him. Officers arrived and contacted both parties. The victim, who suffered redness to his nose and head, refused medical attention, but wished to place the suspect under citizen's arrest. The suspect was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for battery and brandishing a weapon. After an area search, the knife was not found, but the suspect admitted that he discarded the item before the officers arrived.
A victim reported the theft of their blue Novara Carema bike, valued at $700, while it was cable and chain locked at the station between 0800 to 1800 hours. An officer contacted the victim and completed a report.
A victim reported the theft of their red and black men's 18 speed mountain bike (unknown brand or model) from the Fremont Station, between 1100 hours on 10/26 and 0815 hours on 10/27. The bike was secured to the north west bike rack with a cable lock.
An officer was on routine patrol at the station when the on-duty station agent alerted the officer to an adult male suspect who had just fare evaded into the station. The officer detained the suspect. The suspect failed to provide his full name and the officer was unable to confirm his identity. During the detention, the suspect attempted to walk away from the officer. The officer placed the suspect into a control hold in order to place him into handcuffs. The officer was able to get the suspect's left wrist into a cuff, but the suspect refused to place his right hand behind his back. The officer applied slight, but direct pressure to the suspect's left wrist in order to gain compliance. The suspect eventually placed his right hand behind his back and was handcuffed without further incident. The suspect eventually provided his entire name and his identity was confirmed. The suspect complained of pain to his left wrist and experiencing chest pains. The suspect advised the officer that he had been shot previously in his wrist and upper torso on a previous and unrelated incident. As a precaution, medical was called to evaluate the suspect. Fremont fire responded and suggested the suspect be transported to a hospital for observation for his symptoms. The suspect refused any medical treatment or advice to be taken to a hospital. Because of suspect's medical condition, the suspect was released on a citation for the above listed charges. The zone sergeant responded to conduct the use of force investigation.
During a consensual contact of an adult female suspect an officer learned, via criminal history check, of an outstanding $5K “no cite” misdemeanor traffic warrant, held by the Alameda County Sherriff’s Office, for her arrest. The officer placed the suspect under arrest for the warrant. A sergeant approved the arrest, and the suspect was booked into the county jail for the warrant.
While on patrol, a CSO saw a suspect trying to cut the lock off of a bicycle. The CSO maintained visual of the suspect until an officer arrived. The officer detained the suspect, and determined that the bicycle did not belong to the suspect. The suspect was interviewed before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for attempted bicycle theft and possession of burglary tools.
A victim reported the theft of their black Havoc brand men’s mountain bike, valued at $140.00, while it was cable locked at the station between 0857 and 1800 hours. An officer made telephone contact with victim and completed a report.
An officer responded to the Fremont Station for a report of a disturbance. The officer contacted the male reporting party and he began rambling about a "situation" was going to happen at the station. A records check showed the male had a no bail warrant for auto theft held by ACSO. The male was placed under arrest and was booked at the Santa Rita Jail.
A patron reported that their black Nissan Rogue was burglarized while parked in stall #1264, between 1150-2324 hours. An unknown suspect smashed the driver's window to gain entry. The victim could not identify any loss.
A patron reported by phone that their black 2014 Jeep Latitude was burglarized while parked in the southwest lot, between 1600-2320 hours. An unknown suspect smashed the passenger window to gain entry and stole a pair of sunglasses.
An officer contacted the driver of a suspicious vehicle. The officer ultimately located a small amount of suspected methamphetamine in the vehicle, along with a pipe for smoking narcotics. The female suspect was cited for possession of narcotics and narcotics paraphernalia. She was transported to Washington Hospital for treatment of pre-existing medical issues.
The station agent reported that two males were involved in a battery on the west side of the station, near the taxi stand. The primary aggressor was described as a black male, 5'8" tall, wearing a black tee shirt with the number "15" on it, and blue jeans. The suspect reportedly knocked the victim to the ground and then kicked him in the head. The suspect then fled southbound from the station and was not located during an area search by BART and Fremont PD officers. The victim was unconscious and was transported to Eden Medical Center for treatment.