Suspect Arrested for Assault with a Deadly Weapon for Stabbing a Man
FREMONT — Patrol officers responded to a report of two men fighting, but while en route the call was upgraded to a stabbing. Police located and arrested a suspect several hours later for assault with a deadly weapon.
On October 18, officers were dispatched to Chetwood Avenue shortly after 7 p.m. As happens, the man suspected of stabbing the victim fled from the crime scene before the police arrived.
The victim was transported to receive medical treatment for injuries deemed non- life threatening. However, his injuries were serious enough for him to be sent to a trauma center.
Officers were able to identify and arrest the man believed responsible for stabbing the victim. On October 19 at 1:40 a.m., officers arrested Adrian Sheehy, a 26-year-old resident of Fremont.
Sheehy was booked into Santa Rita Jail on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon likely to cause great bodily injury. He remains in custody with no bond set, pending his arraignment.
On October 20, the Alameda District Attorney’s Office charged Sheehy for two felonies. He is charged with assault with a deadly weapon PC 245(A)(1) and a special allegation for causing great bodily injury PC 129022.7(A).
This is the third time Sheehy has been in trouble with the law in as many years. Sheehy was arrested for a DUI in March 2020. He was also arrested in August 2019 for driving with drugs in his system.