Video on YouTube of the Union City intersection showed cars spinning in circles performing donuts and burnouts as passengers hung out of windows. Meanwhile, spectators cheered on.
Officers said they believe this was a random act and the home was not specifically targeted.
To date, Christian Madrigal’s parents don’t know how he got these bruises or why he would have killed himself.
The attackers dragged the woman across the parking lot during the struggle for the purse and then fled in a black BMW.
The murders of 16-year-old Jeffrey Flores Atu, and his cousin Mary Jane Matalag, also 16, had gone unsolved for 37 years.
The man is suspected in an earlier home-invasion, reported at 10:20 a.m. at a house in the area of Warm Springs Boulevard and Brown Road, according to Fremont police.
Several puppies being delivered to new families are missing after the van they were in was stolen.
Between October 2018 and October 2019, the city issued $32,000 in fines to realtors and seized some signs until the debt was paid.
Responding officers found 72-year-old Suzanne Ogi of Fremont and her dog Molly, had been struck and killed as they were crossing Niles Boulevard in a marked crosswalk.
Suzanne Ogi, of Fremont, was walking a dog at the intersection of Niles Boulevard and Linda Drive when she was hit about 8:30 p.m., police said. Witnesses told officers that Ogi was in the crosswalk when she was hit.
Leigh Martinez reports
5 people arrested after shots were fired into the air on Black Friday at a Target store in Fremont
Police in Fremont are looking for the public's help in locating a missing juvenile.
The investigation has been ongoing since a series of sophisticated armed robberies of delivery truck drivers started late last year. It took months for investigators to identify suspects in the case.
Fremont police say they received 15 car burglary reports Saturday morning in the Niles District of town.
"This situation has been devastating for many people across California. Many are without power and homes have been destroyed by these fires," Khanna said in a statement from his office in Washington, D.C.
Three women are suing the Oakland Diocese, days after Gov. Newsom signed a bill giving survivors of child sex abuse more time to file lawsuits.
Sheree Wright-Cox is known as a trailblazer for the Fremont Police Department. She’s the first African American female police officer at a time when the force was predominantly white males. It was a homecoming of sorts for Wright-Cox who was back at the Fremont Police Department where her career as a police officer began some 27 years ago. The Oakland native had every right to be nervous....