Friday, August 7, 2020

Police Blotter May 1 – 7: False Imprisonment on Silver Strand Blvd.

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

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False Imprisonment
Coronado
Subject was visiting from Mexico wither her boyfriend when she woke up in a truck to find her arms were bound and she could not move, she became hysterical and asked other subject what was going on, the subject parked the truck on the shoulder of Silver Strand Blvd and tried to calm her down, the woman was able to free herself and exited the truck, the subject grabbed her in a bear hug, but she was able to break free and flag down passing motorists
5-2

False Impersonation
200 block of A Ave
unknown suspect impersonated the victim and used the victim’s personal information to fraudulently obtain $82,400
5-2

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Possess burglar tools
500 block of F Ave
suspect cited and released, Hispanic male age 36 from National City
4-30

Outside Warrant Misdemeanor – Misdemeanor
Possession of Controlled substance paraphernalia- Misdemeanor
200 block of Glorietta Blvd
suspect arrested, white female age 22 from San Diego
5-2

Burglary

Burglary Second Degree
1100 block of Adella Ave
briefcase and coin book stolen
Value: $80,100
Between 4-23 and 5-2

Burglary
1500 block of Orange Ave
ring stolen from jewelry store while clerk was distracted, suspect is later identified on video surveillance
Value: $1,998
5-4

Burglary
1800 block of Strand Way
wedding present stolen from vehicle containing: checks, tools, and currency taken
Value: $158
5-5

Violence

Assault with deadly weapon other than firearm or GBI force – Felony
100 block of Alder St
suspect arrested, white female age 52 from National City
4-29

Battery on a spouse or cohabitant
Coronado
Married couple are involved in an argument while driving, female hits the seat rest of the victim and inadvertently strikes victim on the neck, the victim has no visible injuries, parties are separated without further incident
5-4

Battery on a spouse or cohabitant
Coronado
Two in a dating relationship got into a verbal argument which turned physical, one punched the other one time with a closed fist, one subject then grabbed the other by the shirt and pulled her from his vehicle and threw her onto the ground
5-2

Disorderly Conduct

Disorderly Conduct: Alcohol – Misdemeanor
200 block of Ocean Blvd
suspect arrested, black male age 28 from San Diego
4-28

Disorderly Conduct: Alcohol – Misdemeanor
200 block of Ocean Blvd
suspect arrested, Hispanic male age 45 from San Diego
4-28

Disorderly Conduct: Alcohol – Misdemeanor
1700 block of Avenida Del Mundo
suspect arrested, white male age 26 from Tracy CA
5-3

Drunk Protective Custody – Misdemeanor
200 block of Orange Av
suspect taken to detox
5-5

Vandalism
300 block of Orange Ave
unknown suspect threw a brick at the victim’s vehicle and shattered the rear window, likely due to an ongoing disagreement
between 4-30 and 5-1

Theft

Grand Theft Felony
Petty Theft with Prior – Felony
100 block of Alder St
suspect arrested, white male age 51 from national City
4-28

Grand Theft
1200 block of RH Dana Place
bicycle stolen
Value: $2,000
4-23

Petty Theft
900 block of F Ave
bicycle stolen
Value: $150
5-5

Petty Theft
1200 block of 1st St
bicycle stolen
Value: $550
4-30

Petty Theft
400 block of C Ave
bicycle stolen
Value: $100
Between 4-28 and 2-29

Petty Theft
1500 block of Orange Ave
sunglasses and bracelet stolen
Value: $300
5-2

Petty Theft
600 block of D Ave
bicycle stolen
Value: $300
4-30

Petty Theft
600 block of H Ave
bicycle stolen
Value: $800
5-3

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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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