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Coronado Police Blotter: March 27- July 19,2009

Thanks to the City of Coronado Police Department for providing eCoronado.com with the below information (partial list):

Summaries: -7 Bicycle Thefts -3 Traffic Collisions Arrests: •July 12- Inflict Corporal Injury On Spouse/Cohabitant. The suspect is a Japanese male 54. (1100 block of 10th St.) •July 14- Bench Warrant of Arrest (Misdemeanor). The suspect is a White male 61. (800 block of Orange Ave.) •July 15- Indecent Exposure. The suspect is a White male 50. (1000 block of Ocean Blvd.) •July 18- Inflict of Corporal Injury On Spouse/ Cohabitant. The suspect is a White male 43. (1200 block of 8th St.) Crime: •March 27- March 28- Petty Theft. Unknown suspect(s) entered victim’s unlocked vehicle and took purse from the front right passenger seat. (1000 block of G Ave.) •June 30- July 15- Grand Theft Property. Unknown suspect(s) stole 20 flags from 9 back area (holes 10-18) of the golf course and left the area in an unknown direction with the flags, the estimated value lost is $ 8028.15. (City of Coronado Golf Course) •June 25- June 29- Grand Theft Property. Unknown suspect(s) entered the store and took $3052 cash. (Rite-Aid) •June 28- July 1- Fraudulent Use of Access Card or Account Information (under $ 400). Unknown suspect(s) gained access to victim’s bank account and 2 transactions were conducted without permission. (800 block of Orange Ave.) •July 9- July 10- Obtain Cash, etc. by False Pretenses (over $ 400). Unknown suspect(s) contacted victim via e-mail/ internet in hopes of purchasing a vehicle a bank wire was conducted of $ 7400. (800 block of E Ave.) •July 9- Assault With A Deadly Weapon or by Force. Suspect(s) attempted to leave the restaurant without paying for their meal. The victim attempted to stop the suspect(s) by standing in front of their vehicle. (Vigilucci’s) •July 11-July 12- Grand Theft/ Unspecified. Suspect(s) entered bike rack and stole victim’s bike that was secured with a cable lock. (500 block of Orange Ave.) •July 13- July 14- Grand Theft/ Unspecified. Victim had 4 bikes locked to bike rack at valet parking lot adjacent to the main entrance the value of the bike was $ 800. (Hotel Del Coronado) •July 14- Burglary/ Unspecified. Unknown suspects entered parking garage by unknown means and cut the cable lock of victim’s bike with an unknown tool and fled undetected with the bike the value of the bike is $ 200. (1700 block of Avnda Del Mundo) •July 15- July 16- Grand Theft/ Unspecified. Unknown suspect(s) entered unlocked rear window of victim’s truck and took GPS, black bag, cables, and musical instrument a value of $ 324. (300 block of C Ave.) •July 15- July 16- Grand Theft/ Unspecified. Unknown suspect(s) entered resort secure parking garage and took victim’s bike a value of $ 800 and fled the scene undetected. (1400 block of Orange Ave.) •July 15- Robbery. Unknown suspect told victim to give him money while displaying a knife in right hand the victim handed him a $ 20 bill. (1100 block Of Orange Ave.) •July 16- July 17- Grand Theft/ Unspecified. Unknown suspect(s) stole victim’s bikes from outside residence a total loss of $ 1000. (1000 block of A Ave.) •July 16-July 17- Burglary/ Unspecified. Unknown suspect(s) entered a empty hotel room through an unlocked window and stole a television worth $ 1000. (Glorietta Bay Inn) •July 18- Burglary/ Unspecified. Miscellaneous bottles of alcohol worth $ 600 were stolen from victim’s residence when the suspect(s) entered the unlocked home and had a party where many items were used including the alcohol going missing. (Bridgetown Bend) •July 18- July 19- Report of Domestic Violence. Suspect and victim were involved in aa verbal argument. (1400 block of 2nd St.) Elizabeth Dellinger eCoronado.com Online Writer Intern

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