Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Police Blotter December 10-16: Series of Arsons in Coronado

Crimes Reported
Burglary/Unspecified
Unknown suspect(s) opened two locked gas pumps and installed a credit card skimming device.
900 block of Orange Avenue
11/30 to 12/2
Obtain Money, Etc. By False Pretenses (Over $400)
Unknown suspect(s) took approximately $9,000 from Coronado Historical Association’s bank account by gaining access to the account online.
1100 block of Orange Avenue
12/09
Unlawful Fire Property
Unknown suspect(s) set a pile of dead, discarded palm fronds on fire at the corner.
Ocean Boulevard & Loma Avenue
12/09 to 12/10
Arson of Property
An unknown suspect entered The Point Condominium complex, stole a Christmas wreath, a closed mail package, a propane cylinder, and a can of lighter fluid, then set fire to the objects. There was no damage to the property.
1100 block of 1st Street
12/10
Arson of Property
Officers responded to a report of a recyclable bin on fire.
1000 block of Park Place
12/11
Burglary/ Second Degree
Unknown suspect(s) gained access to the garage at the victim’s residence and stole the victim’s bicycle ($170 estimated loss).
300 block of Orange Avenue
12/11
Petty Theft
Unknown suspect(s) stole victim’s bicycle from the Coronado Library bicycle rack ($420 estimated loss).
600 block of Orange Avenue
12/11
Petty Theft
Unknown suspect(s) stole victim and victim’s brother’s bicycles from Coronado Library’s front and north bicycle racks ($130 estimated loss).
600 block of Orange Avenue
12/12
Arrests
Violate Court Order to Prevent Domestic Violence
50-year-old white female, transient
400 block of A Avenue
12/09
Misdemeanor Bench Warrant of Arrest
45-year-old black female, transient
1100 block of F Avenue
12/10
Disorderly Conduct: Drugs or Drugs with Alcohol – Misdemeanor
15-year-old white female
600 block of D Avenue
12/10
Outside Warrant – Felony
23-year-old white male, resident of San Diego
8000 block of Nightingale Way
12/11
Possession of Controlled Substances (Drugs) – Felony
32-year-old white male, resident of El Cajon
700 block of Graves Avenue
12/12
Disorderly Conduct: Alcohol
50-year-old white female, resident of Coronado
1000 block of 8th Street
12/12
Traffic Collisions
Rear End with Other Motor Vehicle
1300 block of 3rd Street at intersection with A Avenue
One injury reported, taken to Sharp Coronado.

11/26
Broadside with Other Motor Vehicle
500 block of 3rd Street at intersection with H Avenue
No injuries reported.
12/07
Thank you to the Coronado Police Department for making this information available to the public. This is a partial list.
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Caroline Minchella
Staff Writer, Intern
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