That awkward moment when …

… people object to you bringing a gun to a funeral.

Fremont Police Blotter — Wednesday, November 28, 2012

#020 Six Arrested on Various Firearm, Drug and Probation/Parole Violations
A funeral service for a gang member who was murdered in San Francisco was held at Chapel of the Angels on Fremont Bl/Chapel Way. There was a large group of individuals dressed in gang attire in the parking lot and Fremont PD was called. The reporting party stated that a handgun was seen. Several officers responded and approximately 20 subjects in the parking lot were detained. Two adult males were arrested for various firearms violations after the handgun (.22 revolver) was recovered. One was on federal probation for a Trigger-Lock conviction. During a pat-search, a .25 caliber semi-auto was recovered from a jacket pocket of a female. The female was arrested for possession of a firearm. Additionally, an adult male parolee was arrested for a parole violation and adult male probationer was arrested after he was found to be in possession of ecstasy and marijuana. Lastly, a fifth adult male was arrested for a probation violation due to his gang conditions after he was found to be dressed in gang attire. Service reductions were implemented for approximately one hour during this incident and a total of 6 (5 males and 1 female) were arrested.

#044 Armed Robbery
Three males wearing hoodies approached a female and took her purse at gun point at the Oak Pointe Apartments (Irvington Avenue side). The weapon was some type of long gun, possibly with two barrels. Loss was a purse with credit cards.

#001 Suspicious Circumstances
Several people called about an explosion in the area of the Camden Quick Stop. Officers responded and found a small remote control car that appeared to have had an M80 or bigger taped to it. Evidence was collected. ACSO Bomb Squad was notified but not requested.

#028 Restraining Order Violation
Officer arrested an adult male for violating a protective order after he was located during a family disturbance on Lincoln Court, in violation of a restraining order.

Chris DeBenedetti