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Police Blotter Jan. 11-17th: Wheelchair Stolen – Bicycle Recovered

Thank you to the Coronado Police Department for making this information available to the public. This is a partial list for the week:

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Malicious Mischief/Vandalism(Misdemeanor)
1st St
Unknown suspect(s) used white colored paint to graffiti the sign on the pier at the Coronado Ferry Landing


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Grand Theft Property
Prospect Pl
Wallet stolen from drawer in medical office desk
Value: $996

Petty Theft
Pomona Ave
Bicycle stolen from residence, bicycle was recovered the next day
Value: $350

Petty Theft
Pomona Ave
Bicycle stolen from enclosed yard
Value: $250

Petty Theft
Olive Ln
Metal lawn chair and wheelchair stolen
Value: $440


Burglary/ Second Degree
B Ave
Property stolen through window of vehicle, suspect broke window and stole a backpack and vests inside
Value: $860

Burglary/ Second Degree
G Ave
Unknown suspect(s) entered closed garage and stole two bicycles and a bike pump
Value: $5,040

1300 block of Orange Ave
several items stolen from storage closet
Value: $647.30

Stolen Bicycle

Avenida Del Mundo
Locked bicycle stolen from residential area
Value: $200

Ferry Landing
Unlocked bicycle stolen
Value: $900

Traffic Collision

Orange Ave- Southbound
Broadside collision at intersection

9th St
sideswipe collision when making a right turn

900 block of Orange Ave
rear end collision
passenger refused medical attention

SR-75 Northbound
Driver sideswiped parked vehicle when backing

10th St
broadside collision at intersection

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