From the cops:
A woman on Douglas Court called police when she saw a man in her back yard, who she figured must have jumped her neighbor’s fence. Sure enough, the neighbor’s house on Vernal had just been burglarized.
Two ladies got into a cat fight over some turf in the McDonald’s parking lot on Thornton. One lady brandished a knife and slapped the other. She ended up going to jail.
Police arrested a drunkard after he woke up a family while trying to get in the wrong house.
From the wire:
From The Fremont Planning Commission:
I’m not sure what’s up with the Center Theater. A few months ago I wrote about its transformation into the Afghan Cultural Center. But that name has been removed from the theater’s marquee and there’s no sign of life there. At last night’s Planning Commission, the theater owner was supposed to seek a permit to hold concerts and film television shows — stuff the cultural center had planned to do. But the permit preceding was delayed two weeks.
Mehanwhile as they did at Tuesday’s City Council meeting, Kimber Park residents showed up in strong numbers. They’re concerned that the owner of the Mission Hills Club is going to build homes on the club site and leave only a few tennis courts and no open space. The city doesn’t think that’s going to fly, according to one letter I read from a planner. The property owner is Sheena Chang, who owns portions of Pacific Commons and chairs a city commission on economic development.