Fremont News of the Day

From the cops:

Two men welcomed home a family to Winding Lane Sunday upon their return from a weekend trip. One of the men showed off his gun while the other ransacked the family’s home, departing with cash, jewelry and a cell phone.

A woman walking alone on Cavendish Place Sunday was stopped by a man with a gun. Apparently the gunman didn’t grab anything off the woman, but cops and their pooch failed in their bid to grab the gunman.

A man entered Peet’s too early Sunday. Instead of waiting to get some coffee for his hang-over, he entered the coffee shop still rip-roaring drunk. Cops arrested him.

Police got a report at 6:44 a.m. Saturday that a man had been shot several times and was sprawled out in the middle of the 3300 block of Juliet Circle. Officers arrived to find a 33-year-old man with multiple gunshot wounds. He’ll live.

A young thief with clean hands but a guilty conscience bolted when he saw a cop drive past him at the Fremont Hub. The cop pursued him from one crappy chain restaurant to another before apprehending the young buck, who earlier that night had managed to steal a 22-inch television from Target.

Another pizza delivery guy was robbed at gunpoint, this time around Lake Garrison street. Crook got the pizza and some dough. 

From the wire:

Fremont company proposes solar panels among the windmills.

Matt Artz


  1. Oh Matt – never fear, we all know, instinctively, that you are always minty fresh and pleasant!!

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