Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Police Blotter May 8 – 13: Several Uncooked Eggs Placed in Vehicle Gas Tank

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

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Burglary Second Degree
Obtain Controlled Substance by Fraud
Forge Alter Prescription
200 block of Prospect Place
unknown adult black male entered Sharp Coronado Community Pharmacy and presented a fraudulent prescription in an attempt to obtain narcotic medications, staff advised the subject he would be called once the medication was available for pick up
5-8

Receive known stolen property
Petty theft
Possess burglar tools
1100 block of 1st St
suspect arrested, Hispanic male age 35 from Coronado
5-7

Disorderly Conduct Alcohol – Misdemeanor
1300 block of Orange Ave
suspect arrested, Hispanic female age 27 from Ontario CA
5-12

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Disorderly Conduct Alcohol – Misdemeanor
400 block of Ocean Blvd
suspect taken to detox, white male age 25 from San Diego
5-12

Violate Court Order to prevent domestic violence
400 block of A Ave
two were found on property in Coronado, one was restrained from the other and instructed to be at least 100 yards away from residence
5-9

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Theft

Petty Theft
600 block of D Ave
bicycle stolen
Value: $50
Between 3-26 and 3-27

Petty Theft
1800 block of Strand Way
purse stolen from locker
Value: $600
5-8

Petty Theft
800 block of Orange Ave
bicycle stolen
Value: $250
5-5

petty Theft
900 block of Orange Ave
unlocked bicycle stolen
Value: $75
5-11

Petty Theft
1500 block of 1st St
bicycle stolen
Value: $200
Between 5-11 and 5-12

Petty Theft
Adella Lane
Bicycle stolen
Value: $150
5-7

Petty Theft
1500 block of 1st St
bicycle stolen
Value: $300
Between 5-8 and 5-9

Petty Theft
600 block of D Ave
bicycle stolen
Value: $250
5-5

Petty Theft Misdemeanor
800 block of Orange Ave
suspect cited and released, Hispanic male age 42 transient
5-10

Fraudulaent use of access card or account information (over $400)
1500 block of 1st St
unknown suspect(s) used victim’s credit and debit card to make $679.48 in fraudulent purchases throughout Coronado, National City and San Diego
Between 4-27 and 5-9

Malicious Mischief Vandalism – Misdemeanor
400 block of D Ave
unknown suspect used red spray paint and vandalized the interior wall of a garage that is currently being remodeled
between 5-2 and 5-4

Malicious Mischief Vandalism – Misdemeanor
400 block of F Ave
unknown suspects opened Ford Explorer gas tank and inserted several uncooked eggs, the approximate value of damage to repair the tank is $200
between 3-24 and 4-26

Traffic Collisions
2100 block of SR 75
Roll Over
Vehicle rolled crossing bike path and hitting a speed limit sign
Driver taken to hospital, loss of consciousness at scene, abrasion to chest, swelling face
5-2

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