A male suspect detained by an officer for fare evasion was found to have an outstanding “no bail” assault warrant for his arrest. The officer arrested the suspect for the warrant without incident, issued him a warning for fare evasion and booked him into the nearby Fremont Police jail.
Officers detained a man for fare evasion, but could not confirm his identity. The man was ultimately identified by means of a portable fingerprint scanner. The man was arrested for providing false information to a peace officer and resisting/delaying/obstructing an officer. The man was cited for his violations.
A patron reported that their light blue Specialized 7-speed road bike was stolen from the east side of the station, between 1/20/17 at 1030 hours, to today at 1830 hours. The victim secured the bike with a cable lock.
A male suspect detained by an officer for fare evasion was found to have an outstanding kidnap warrant, from the State of Colorado, for his arrest. The suspect was placed under arrest for the warrant without incident and then booked into the county jail.
Officers contacted three subjects at the station regarding a disturbance. A wants/warrants check of one of the (male) subjects revealed has was the restrained party of a stay away order in which one of the other involved subjects was the protected party. The officers placed the male under arrest for violating the order and then booked him into the county jail.
An officer contacted a female subject and learned that she had an outstanding no-bail arrest warrant for probation violation, held by Richmond PD. The woman was arrested for her warrant and booked at Santa Rita Jail.
A patron reported by phone that their green 1999 Infiniti i30 was burglarized between 12/3/16 at 1200 hours, to 12/4/16 at 1500 hours. An unknown suspect smashed the passenger wing window to gain entry and stole a portable GPS unit.
A female patron, who often reports being stranded at the end of revenue, called to report that a male suspect walked up behind her and fondled her genitals. Officers responded, but could not locate a suspect or any witnesses. The victim declined medical attention. The case will be forwarded to detectives for follow-up investigation.
Officers performed a welfare check upon a male and female (juvenile) couple who were stranded at the station after regular train service ended. During the contact, the male was found to have an outstanding “no-bail” non-violent juvenile warrant, issued by the Alameda County Juvenile Court, for his arrest; and for which he was taken into custody and booked into the county's juvenile hall. The female, who was clear of any wants, was transported to a Hayward area juvenile shelter.
A victim reported the theft of their black Diamondback Transporter bike from the bike racks. The bike was secured with a cable lock at 0800 hours on 11/8 and when the victim returned at 1900 hours, the bike and lock were gone.
A female victim reported that a male suspect approached her while she was in the bus zone waiting for a bus. The male began talking to her and eventually demanded her bag. She was able to hold onto the bag, but he spat in her face. She pushed him away and he began punching her in the face and on the head and then fled the area on foot. Responding officers were not able to locate him. Medical assistance was called for the victim who had cuts on her head and face, along with a swollen eye. She was transported for treatment and had stitches/staples to close her wounds. A short while later, a bus driver called to report that the suspect had returned to the station. Fremont PD officers arrived within minutes and detained him. The victim, who was being released from the hospital, was transported back to the station, where she positively identified the suspect. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for attempted robbery and felony battery. Detectives were notified of the arrest and will attempt to interview him at the jail. Station video will be requested.
A victim reported that their blue Toyota Corolla was burglarized while parked in stall 904 between 1730 hours on 10/16/16 and 2005 hours on 10/17/16. The vehicle’s rear wing window was smashed to gain entry. The following items were taken: women’s copper colored Michael Kors watch and a pair of gray/red North Face hiking boots. An officer responded to investigate, processed the vehicle for fingerprints and completed a report.
A victim reported the theft of their men’s red/black Giant Talon II mountain bicycle, valued at $800.00, while it was cable locked at the station between 0835 and 1900 hours. An officer responded to take the report.
Multiple reports were received from patrons on board the Fremont bound train approaching Fremont Station, of a fight and possible stabbing on board. The suspect was described as a black male, about 50 years old, balding, wearing a black tank top. The suspect was reportedly armed with a knife or screwdriver. When the train arrived at the station, the altercation continued. Two male patrons attempted to restrain the suspect, but were unsuccessful. The suspect fled to the street level and robbed a patron of his bicycle at knife point. The suspect rode away southbound, but was detained by Fremont PD officers who responded to assist. The suspect discarded his weapon, but it was located by other Fremont officers. Two male patrons suffered stab wounds to the head and were transported to the hospital for treatment. The investigation determined that the suspect robbed the two men on the train, after stabbing them with a screwdriver. The victims' property was recovered from the suspect. The suspect was ultimately arrested, and after being medically cleared, was booked on two counts of attempted murder, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, and three counts of robbery. The incident train was held at the station for about one hour for crime scene processing. TSOC notified.