From the cops:
Officers were dispatched to the Ross store in the Hub Sunday to break up a cat-fight. One lady told the officer that she was human and the proud owner of a brain. She then started to curse the officer and finally pushed him, before he cuffed her.
A 30-something-year-old man in black clothes, a white beanie and a scarf covering his face walked into the Cold Stone Creamery at Pacific Commons Sunday looking for money. He showed the store clerk his knife, and the clerk handed over the contents of the store’s safe.
This one is a puzzler. Fremont police served a search warrant in connection to a $44,000 rink stolen out of Concord. The suspect wasn’t present. Hard to believe that anyone who could afford a $44,000 ring would choose to live in Cankerd.
A couple walking near Besco Drive and Piper Street were approached by two-short men, one of whom was carrying a pistol and relieved the couple of a driver’s license and a debit card.
Newark police arrested an active duty soldier on suspicion of domestic battery. Turns out the victim’s car was parked in the Fremont BevMo. Inside the car were grenades the soldier had brought back from his military post. Bomb squad was called in to deal with them.
A landlord decided to confront a tenant about not paying rent. At the home, he found about 170 marijuana plants. Cops didn’t give the location.
Fremont cops answered a CHP call to stop a car with a lost or stolen plate. Cops stopped the car around NUMMI, and all three occupants bolted. Cops determined that the car was stolen. The also found a fake gun inside. And slowly but surely, they rounded up all of the occupants, including the driver, who was 14 years old.
From the National Football League:
Amazingly there were six blog comments during the Eagles-Giants disaster on Sunday. Don’t you people get Fox or know someone who does. Somewhere in Fremont, John Herndon is wearing a purple jumpsuit, sipping Welch’s grape juice, and listening to Prince with a big smile on his face.
Last team to blow a 20-point fourth quarter lead? The 2006 Giants … to Tennessee. I watched that game in Fremont. It sucked, but not as much as Sunday’s game, which was the most epic Giants collapse since this one in 2003.
“Krithpee Creems, let’s get a box” — 49ers Quarterback Jeff Garcia’s call to arms.