Fremont Police Investigate Attempted Break-In, Domestic Assault

FREMONT – Police responded to several calls on Wednesday, ranging from an attempted vehicle break-in to a domestic assault.

Around 10:00AM, Fremont Police responded to a criminal mischief complaint from the 1500 block of north Logan Street.  The victim reported an unknown person damaged both doors to her 2004 Buick Reiner, which was parked overnight in front of their home, in an apparent attempt to break into the vehicle.  Damage is estimated at $200.00.   There are no suspects.

Then, just after noon, police arrested Matthew J. Hughes, 21 of for  suspicion of 3rd Degree Domestic Assault.  A woman had contacted police and reported that Hughes hit her in the face; responding officers observed injuries to the victim consistent with her allegations and Hughes was placed under arrest.

In the last major incident of the day, Fremont Police responded to the scene of a hit and run property damage accident the 1700 block of north Colson Street. The victim reported her vehicle was parked on the street in front of her residence when it was apparently struck by a passing car.  The driver of the other car did not leave any contact information.  The victim’s vehicle, a 2004 Pontiac Bonneville, sustained an estimated $500.00 in damage.