Friday, August 14, 2020

Police Blotter Apr. 23 – May 1: Robbery 1100 Alameda – Suspect Hit Victim and took Cell Phone

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

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Driving with Suspended License
2400 block of SR-75
suspect arrested, black male from San Diego
4-19

Public Intoxication
100 block of 9th St
suspect arrested, white male from Coronado
4-18

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Battery
When returning from a field trip subject one physically touched subject two on the right shoulder and sustained a one inch bruise on her upper right arm
4-18

Robbery
1100 block of Alameda
unknown black male adult approached victim who was looking at her cell phone, he hit the victim’s hand which caused the phone to strike her face and the suspect grabbed the phone and fled on foot
Value: $890
4-24

Fugitive from Justice: Warrant Arrest
Outside Warrant – Felony
300 block of Orange Ave
suspect arrested, white male age 39 from Coronado
4-22

Outside Warrant – Felony – Felony
300 block of Ocean Blvd
suspect arrested, white male age 51 from National City
4-28

Stolen Vehicle
400 block of Orange Ave
silver Chevy Camaro stolen
4-14

Alcohol Related

Drunk, Protective Custody – Misdemeanor
1800 block of Strand Way
suspect released, Hispanic male age 29 from Florida
4-27

Disorderly Conduct Alcohol – Misdemeanor
1500 block of 1st St
suspect arrested, white male age 21 from Coronado
4-24

DUI Alcohol and/or Drugs – Misdemeanor
Hit and Run – Misdemeanor
1500 block of Orange Ave
suspect arrested, Hispanic male age 51 from Coronado
4-28

Burglary

Burglary
800 block of Orange Ave
16 packages of razor blades stolen from display case, the theft was recorded on the surveillance cameras
Value: $407.04
4-23

Burglary
1100 block of Glorietta Blvd
three rings missing
Value: $1,500

Theft

Grand Theft
1000 block of Isabella Ave
computer, passport, and tote bag stolen after left along street
Value: $2,600
4-26

Petty Theft
Ynez Pl
Bicycle stolen
Value: $120
Between 4-6 and 4-7

Petty Theft
600 block 6th St
two bicycles stolen
Value: $650
Between 4-19 and 4-22

Petty Theft
500 block of F Ave
bicycle stolen
Value: $200
Between 4-19 and 4-20

Petty Theft
300 block of J Ave
bicycle and lock stolen
Value: $110
4-19

Petty Theft
200 block of Orange Ave
bicycle stolen
Value: $70
Between 4-24 and 4-25

Petty Theft
400 block of B Ave
bicycle stolen
Value: $350
Between 4-22 and 4-23

Petty Theft
900 block of Orange Ave
bicycle stolen
Value: $300
4-26

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All information for the weekly police blotter is provided by the Coronado Police Department in the weekly press log. The information is gathered and organized into a weekly report provided by eCoronado.com. This is not a representation of all crimes that occur in Coronado. Some crimes may not be included in the report for various reasons. View reasons a crime may not be included in the weekly police blotter.

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