Fremont Police Receive Reports of Suspicious Activity Involving A Child

FREMONT – The Fremont Police Department responded to calls of criminal mischief, a noise complaint, and suspicious activity.

According to Lt. Bottorff with the Fremont Police Department, officers received a report at 12:47 a.m. yesterday from the 1400 block of E. 4th Street. Officers investigated an incident of criminal mischief and theft. A window to a vehicle was broken, shattered, and removed, and a purse with cash and personal items was taken. The estimated loss was $300.

A report of suspicious activity was received yesterday at 4:40 p.m. in the 1000 block of W. 1st Street. An individual reported an elementary student being approached by a skinny Hispanic male, possibly in his thirties with black hair. According to the report, the student had been approached by the same male on two different occasions, and the child did not recognize the man. The unidentified male on both occasions asked the child if they wanted a ride, and drove off. A vehicle possibly involved could be a white Jeep Cherokee. No attempts to load the child into the vehicle were noted.

And officers received a call at 12:41 a.m. today concerning a noise complaint at the 1300 block of N. Clarkson Street. Investigation determined minors present with alcohol, and one individual ran from the scene and was later located. As a result 18-year-old Alec M. Karr of Fremont was arrested for Obstructing a Police Officer, and Minor in Possession, and 18-year-old Tyler J. Synovec of Fremont was cited and released for Minor in Possession.

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