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Police Blotter December 31 – January 6: Coronado Bike Theft Continues Into New Year

Crimes Reported

A Coronado Cays community citizen called to report that the bridge was vandalized with white and black spray paint.
Under Coronado Bridge
12/26
Petty Theft
Unknown suspect(s) used unknown tools to remove a bicycle frame from the front wheel and stole the bicycle ($200 estimated loss).
900 block of 6th Street
12/26 to 12/27
Mail Theft
Suspect is believed to have taken mail from victim’s residential mailbox.
400 block of Spinnaker Way
12/27
Battery on a Spouse or Cohabitant
Suspect and victim engaged in a verbal argument, and the suspect grabbed the victim’s arm as she was walking out of the door.
12/27
Petty Theft
Unknown suspect(s) stole a bicycle that was locked to a tree in front of Village Theater ($350 estimated loss).
800 block of Orange Avenue
12/28
Petty Theft
Unknown suspect(s) stole victim’s locked bicycle from the Coronado Tennis Center and fled the scene undetected ($160 estimated loss).
1500 block of Glorietta Boulevard
12/28 to 12/29
Petty Theft
An unknown suspect stole victim’s bicycle from a parking area ($200 estimated loss).
400 block of Orange Avenue
12/29 to 12/30
Petty Theft
Victim’s unlocked trek bike reported stolen from her front porch ($500 estimated loss).
1000 block of 1st Street
12/29 to 12/30
Petty Theft
Unknown suspect(s) stole victim’s locked bicycle from the bike rack outside of her apartment complex ($620 estimated loss).
1400 block of 2nd Street
12/29 to 12/31
Burglary/First Degree
Unknown suspect(s) entered victim’s residence while she was away, and stole US currency, gold earrings, a Mexican debit card, and an iPad ($6,100 estimated loss).
400 block of 8th Street
12/30

Petty Theft
An unknown suspect(s) took victim’s iPhone without permission ($500 estimated loss).
1700 block of Avenida del Mundo
12/30
Arrests
DUI Alcohol and/or Drugs – Misdemeanor
24-year-old male, resident of San Diego
900 block of A Street
12/27
Obstruct/Resist Exec Officer – Felony
21-year-old white male, resident of Coronado
200 block of Orange Avenue
12/31
Trespassing – Misdemeanor
58-year-old white male, resident of Coronado
700 block of Orange Avenue
1/01
DUI Alcohol and/or Drugs – Misdemeanor
23-year-old Hispanic male, resident of Chula Vista
900 block of Orange Avenue
1/01
Disorderly Conduct: Alcohol – Misdemeanor
19-year-old white male, resident of Arizona
600 block of 5th Street
1/01
Resist/Delay/Obstruct Police – Misdemeanor
1100 block of Flora Avenue
50-year-old white male, resident of Coronado
1/01
Traffic Collisions
Rear End with Other Motor Vehicle
Orange Avenue at Intersection with 7th Street
No injuries reported.

12/27
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
eCoronado
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