Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Police Blotter January 21-27: Coronado Homes Burglarized

Crimes Reported
Petty Theft
Unknown suspect(s) stole victim’s bicycle from Strand Elementary School ($200 estimated loss).
1300 block of Leyte Road
1/10 to 1/12
Burglary/ First Degree
Unknown suspect(s) entered victim’s residence through unlocked front door, and removed prescription narcotics from an unlocked lock box ($400 estimated loss).
700 block of 7th Street
1/11

Petty Theft
An unknown subject stole victim’s backpack from inside Nicky Rottens ($310 estimated loss).
100 block of Orange Avenue
1/15
Petty Theft
Victim left her iPhone at Costa Azul unintentionally and returned to find it missing ($700 estimated loss).
1000 block of Orange Avenue
1/17
Burglary/ First Degree
An unknown suspect(s) burglarized victim’s residence and stole 3 computers, a pair of sunglasses, and spare keys to the victim’s vehicles ($3,400 estimated loss).
800 block of B Avenue
1/19

Sexual Battery
While victim was walking home, an unknown male subject approached her from behind and grabbed her buttocks.
900 block of 10th Street
1/20

Petty Theft
Victim reported that an unknown subject stole his GPS unit with charger and his face plate to his Alpine Radio ($300 estimated loss).
800 block of B Avenue
1/19 to 1/22

Petty Theft
Unknown suspect(s) stole victim’s ring from inside Taco Bell ($500 estimated loss).
100 block of B Avenue
1/22
Petty Theft
An unknown suspect stole victim’s front bicycle wheel ($50 estimated loss).
1300 block of 10th Street
1/22
Petty Theft
Victim left his portable fire pit out in his front yard unattended for 10 minutes and returned to discover it missing ($150 estimated loss).
600 block of 10th Street
1/22
Petty Theft
Unknown suspect(s) stole his wife’s road bicycle from his complex ($875 estimated loss).
800 block of Montego Bay Court
1/22
Burglary/ First Degree
Unknown suspect(s) entered an unlocked office at Coronado High School and took a cash box from a computer desk ($400 estimated loss).
650 D Avenue
1/22
Malicious Mischief/ Vandalism
Unknown suspect(s) used a permanent marker and black spray paint to graffiti a green SDG&E transformer box, a white AT&T electrical box, and 2 EDCO garbaged containers.
900 block of 8th Street
1/23
Arrests
Disorderly Conduct: Drugs or Drugs With Alcohol
56-year-old white female, resident of San Diego
800 block of Orange Avenue
1/17
Possess Marijuana/Hash For Sale – Felony
24-year-old Hispanic male, resident of Chula Vista
600 block of Harlan Court
1/18
Possession of Controlled Substances (Drugs) – Felony
43-year-old white male, resident of San Diego
1200 block of 1st Street
1/19
Violate Court Order to Prevent Domestic Violence – Felony
20-year-old Hispanic male, resident of Chula Vista
500 block of Ocean Boulevard
1/22
Traffic Collisions

Side Swipe with Bicycle
1900 block of Strand Way
One injury reported, with minor abrasions to left ankle.
1/07
Broadside with Other Motor Vehicle
8th Street at Intersection with Cabrillo Avenue
No injuries reported.
1/11
Broadside with Bicycle
1st Street at Intersection with I Avenue
One injury reported, taken to UCSD with abrasions and a possible concussion.
1/13
Wheel Failure
SR-75 Northbound
No injuries reported.
1/16

Thank you to the Coronado Police Department for making this information available to the public. This is a partial list.
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Caroline Minchella
Staff Writer, Intern
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