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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Don't drink and Drive

Are you hosting or attending a New Year's Eve party? Following a few simple guidelines could prevent a tragedy:

• Plan ahead by naming a "designated driver." Make this your responsibility. Remember that buzzed driving is drunk driving.
• Contact a local cab company to provide rides for you and/or your guests.
• Take advantage of the special late night service BART is offering http://www.bart.gov/news/articles/2011/news20111212.aspx
• Serve non-alcoholic beverages as an option.
• Make sure you have plenty of food on hand.
• Stop serving alcohol to your guests several hours before the party ends.
• Provide your guests with a place to stay overnight in your home.
• Take the keys from someone if you think he/she is too impaired to drive.
• Staying inside at midnight to celebrate with friends and family is always the safest place to be.
• DO NOT fire weapons into the air. Bullets and projectiles can travel long distances causing injury and death. You have no control where a projectile will land when fired indiscriminately into the air.
• All fireworks (even those deemed safe and sane) are illegal in Fremont.
• Keep an eye on your pets. Loud noises, fireworks, gunshots, all can be frightening to animals. Keep your pets indoors or consult your veterinarian for options. Make sure they are wearing collars with identification should they become lost.

If you are the designated driver:
- Be a defensive driver.
- Keep distractions (cell phones, food, and drunk friends) to a minimum.
- Make sure that you and your passengers are wearing a seat belt.
- Find a safe location and call 9-1-1 if you see a drunk driver on the road.

All of us at http://www.510bailbond.com/ would like to wish you and your family a happy and safe 2012.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

You've just learned a friend or loved one has been arrested.

You've just learned a friend or loved one has been arrested. Follow these steps to get him or her released from jail quickly and easily:
  1. Be sure about which jail he or she is in.
  2. Is it a county, city or federal facility?
  3. What is the booking number?
  4. What is the charge?
  5. Have the person's full legal name.
  6. Have the date of birth of the arrested
  7. The arresting agency.
  8. Try to find out how much the bail amount is.
  9. For more information, please contact David Laskey Bail Bonds at 510-760-9409 or 925-290-7688
  10. Visit our Web site at http://www.510bailbond.com/ for more information

Social media is comming of age.

City of Fremont Launches Social Media Pilot Program
Connect with the City, Fremont Aqua Adventure, Fremont Economic Development, Fremont Family Resource Center, and Fremont Police Department via Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube
Fremont, CA -

November 29, 2011 -The City of Fremont invites you to connect with us, follow us, and view us on several new social networking sites, including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. In an on-going effort to connect with residents, businesses, and visitors alike, the City of Fremont is now using these social media tools to provide the public with timely information about City events, public meetings, business news, public safety issues, waterpark activities, workshops at the Fremont Family Resource Center, employment opportunities, and other important topics.

Five City departments and programs, including City of Fremont, Fremont Aqua Adventure, Fremont Economic Development, Fremont Family Resource Center, and Fremont Police Department, are participating in the City’s Social Media Pilot Program. Connect with them on their official Facebook pages. In addition, the City of Fremont and Fremont Police Department’s Twitter accounts were revamped, along with the City of Fremont YouTube channel.
“Keeping up with new avenues of communication is key,” said City Manager Fred Diaz. “Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube are widely used, and give the City a new and immediate way of getting information to the public who use these services.”

Connecting with the City has never been easier. Find us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, or view us on YouTube. Access the City today!

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Social media is not just for kids anymore. Many business and now Cities are using this medium to promote themselves. Check out the City of Fremont's pages.

Find Us on Facebook:
City of Fremont
Fremont Aqua Adventure
Fremont Economic Development
Fremont Family Resource Center
Fremont Police Department

Follow Us on Twitter:
@Fremont_CA
@FremontPD

Watch Us on YouTube:
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Monday, November 7, 2011

Thought of the Day, you may want to think twice before using....

I destroy homes, I tear families apart. I take your children, and that’s just the start. I’m more costly than diamonds, more precious than gold. The sorrow I bring is a sight to behold. If you need me, remember I’m easily found. I live all around you – in schools, and in town. I live with the rich, I live with the poor.... I live down the street, and maybe next door. If this scares you, it certainly should.I have many names, but there’s one you know best.I’m sure you’ve heard of me. My name is Oxycontin. My power is awesome, try me you’ll see. But if you do, you may never break free. Just try me once and I might let you go. But try me twice, and I will own your soul. When I possess you, you’ll steal and you’ll lie. You do what you have to, just to get high. The crimes you’ll commit for my narcotic charms will be be worth the pleasure you’ll feel in your arms. You’ll lie to your mother, you’ll steal from your dad. When you see their tears, you should feel sad. But you’ll forget your morals and how you were raised. I’ll be your conscience, I’ll teach you my ways. I take kids from parents, and parents from kids. I turn people from God, and separate friends. I’ll take everything from you – your looks, and your pride. I’ll be with you always, right by your side. You’ll give up everything – your family, your home, your friends, your money. Then you’ll be alone. I’ll take and take til you have nothing more to give. When I’m finished, you’ll be lucky to live. If you try me be warned – this is no game. If given the chance, I’ll drive you insane. I’ll ravish your body, I’ll control your mind. I’ll own you completely, your soul will be mine. You won’t be able to lie in your bed. The voices you’ll hear, from inside your head. The sweats, the shakes, the pain your body will feel. I want you to know, these are all gifts from me. But then it’s too late. And you’ll know in your heart that you are mine. And we shall not part. You’ll regret that you tried me. They always do. But YOU came to get me, not me to you. You knew this would happen, many times you were told. But you challenged my power, and chose to be bold. You could have said no, and just walked away. If you could live that day over, now what would you say? I’ll be your master, you will be my slave. I’ll even go with you, when you go to your grave. Now that you have met me, what will you do? Will you try me or not? It’s all up to you. I can bring you more misery than words can tell. Come take my hand, let me lead you to hell. ~ Author Unknown

Friday, November 4, 2011

Teens and Drinking.

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Has your teen asked you to buy gummy bears recently?

Teens are becoming more resourceful and creative in their efforts to get drunk in school, at parties and even at home. The latest victim is a favorite childhood treat, gummy bears. Teens are soaking gummy bears in vodka and then eating them in public places in an effort to get drunk. Vodka is chosen due to it’s characteristic of being both colorless and odorless, making it very difficult to detect. While it can take an acquired taste to get used to vodka, the sugar in the candy helps teens adjust quickly.

It has been reported around the country, that teens are bringing the vodka soaked gummy bears to school and eating them right in front of their teachers. Eating booze-infused gummy bears is no different than drinking an alcoholic beverage and is extremely dangerous due to the fact that teens have no idea how much alcohol they are putting into their system. Several videos can be found on YouTube explaining just how easy it is to make. It’s important for parents to be vigilant at home, because it’s likely where the supplies are coming from. In an effort to empower and prevent underage drinking, Mother’s Against Drunk Driving (MADD) has a number of great resources dedicated specifically for parents. http://www.madd.org/underage-drinking/the-power-of-parents/

MADD reminds us, “many youth drink with the goal to get drunk. They are not “wired” in the brain to assess risk and to be responsible when it comes to risky behavior. There is no class or situation that will prompt a teen to drink responsibly when alcohol flows freely.” They go on to say, “the earlier someone begins drinking, the more likely they are to be alcohol dependent in later life. More than 40 percent of individuals who start drinking before the age of 13 will develop alcohol abuse or alcohol dependence at some point in their lives. Ninety-five percent of the 14 million people who are alcohol dependent began drinking before the legal age of 21.”

Parents please stay on the lookout for booze soaked gummy bears and talk to your kids on a regular basis about the risks of alcohol

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Watch Dog Buddy

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Ofc. Hadden makes a car stop at Farina/Curtis and arrests a female for 11377 H & S (drug possession).

What was initially reported as an indecent exposure case on Central Ave. ends up with a Psychiatric Detention of an 18 yr old male. He has significant mental issues and is sent to the hospital. He did have a 10K warrant for DUI (driving under the influence), so upon his release from the hospital, he will be picked up for the warrant. Investigated by Ofc. S. Hunt.

A male victim caught a fish at Lake Elizabeth. As he was handling the fish, a Middle-Eastern male suspect shoved the fisherman, grabbed the fish, and threw it back into the water. Battery case documented by Ofc. Manrique.

Nordstrom Rack Security concluded a two month long embezzlement case tonight after watching a maint. employee select, conceal, and transport $2000 worth of merchandise to his car tonight. Suspect was using his cell phone to advertise available items to "customers". He would then negotiate prices and sizes via text and deliver the goods at no extra charge. Case investigated by Ofc. Settle.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Police Beat in Fremont

The Police beat in Fremont from http://www.510bailbond.com/

Manager at Staples on Boscell Rd called 9-1-1 after he saw a suspect take an LED monitor and a computer bag from the building. The suspect is described as a WMA 20’s, with a scruffy beard and last seen wearing a brown or gray BB-cap and brown pants. He was seen getting into a silver Pontiac 2-door with 2 females inside. Partial plate of “---S678.

At 1844 hours a 20002 (hit and run) occurred at Falcon and Peregrine Drives. The suspect abandoned his Honda Pilot and fled on foot. The r/o (registered owner) lived several blocks away in Union City and FPD officers began back-tracking. The suspect, (male 42) was located walking and identified by witnesses. He was arrested for DUI and Hit-and-Run.

Thought of the day

When you dance, your purpose is not to get to a certain place on the floor. It's to enjoy each step along the way. When you are in jail you will miss the dance. Bail and enjoy the ride.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Man walks out of Santa Rita Jail

After getting off the bus he walks over to the release line and leaves.