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Police Blotter December 24 – 30: Alcohol-related arrests peak, several vandalisms reported

Crimes Reported

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Petty Theft
Unknown suspect(s) stole the victim’s locked bicycle. Estimated loss $350.
Seventh Street and C Avenue
12-18 to 12-19

Lost Article
A man reported that he lost his wallet between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.
1300 block of Orange Avenue
12-20

Grand Theft
Unknown suspect(s) used an unknown tool to defeat a cable lock and steal the victim’s bicycle from the vicinity of the Rec Center. Estimated loss $2000.
1845 Strand Way
12-21

Lost Article
A man reported that he lost his wallet around 9:55 a.m.
900 block of Orange Avenue
12-22

Malicious Mischief/Vandalism (Misdemeanor)
The victim’s property was vandalized by unknown suspect(s) who used white spray paint to graffiti a southwest rear window.
800 block of Orange Avenue
12-22

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Petty Theft
Unknown suspect(s) took a locked Trek hybrid bicycle parked in front of a business. Estimated loss $150.
800 block of Orange Avenue
12-23

Vandalism (Less than $400)
Unknown suspect(s) vandalized the bowling green at the Coronado Senior Center by throwing numerous potted flower plants on the lawn.
1019 Seventh Street
12-23 to 12-24

Arrests

DUI Alcohol and/or Drugs, Driving with a Suspended/Revoked License
53 year old white man, resident of Chula Vista
1000 block of Ninth Street
12-14

Making Criminal Threats, Battery on Spouse or Cohabitant, Destruction of a Wireless Communication Device
54 year old white man, resident of Coronado
900 block of F Avenue
12-16

Drunk, Protective Custody – Misdemeanor
28 year old white male, resident of Coronado
1000 block of A Avenue
12-21

DUI Alcohol and/or Drugs – Misdemeanor, DUI while on probation for DUI – Misdemeanor, Probation Violation
48 year old white female, resident of Menifee
3200 block of Silver Strand Boulevard
12-22

Disorderly Conduct: Alcohol – Misdemeanor
50 year old white female, transient
800 block of Orange Avenue
12-23

DUI Alcohol and/or Drugs
24 year old “O” man
A Street at 10th Avenue
12-28

Traffic Collisions

Collision with fixed object
Orange Avenue at Seventh Street
Vehicle hit curb and sign post in median while making left turn. No injuries were reported.
12-16

Head-on Collision with Other Motor Vehicle
Tenth Street and F Avenue
No injuries reported.
12-16

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

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