Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Police Blotter October 7 – 13: Home on Second Street Burglarized, $9000+ in Valuables Taken

Crimes Reported

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Vandalism (Less than $400)
Between 3:30 p.m. on 10/3 and 8:37 a.m. on 10/4, unknown person(s) used their hand(s) to hit the driver’s side vehicle mirrors forward of at least 15 vehicles in the 700 block of F Avenue, the 600 and 700 blocks of Eighth Avenue, and the 700 block of H Avenue, causing damage to one known vehicle.
100 block of H Avenue
10/3 – 10/4

Malicious Mischief/Vandalism – Misdemeanor
Unknown suspect(s) vandalized the rooftop located at 800 Orange Avenue by spray painting the area with orange spray paint. Due to the location of the vandalism and the lack of access, the total damage has not been assessed. Estimated damage is $1000.
800 block of Orange Avenue
10/5 to 10/6

Battery on a Spouse or Cohabitant
Subject was in a minor physical altercation with his wife.
address redacted, Coronado

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Conspire to Commit a Crime
19 year-old suspect who had offered drugs was located in the alley with two juvenile subjects.
500 block of Orange Avenue/D Avenue Alley

False Impersonation
Unknown suspect used a fictitious email account to represent themselves as a vacation property owner. Using the false identity, the suspect was able to scam the victim into paying $632.50 using Western Union.
400 block of D Avenue
10/2 to 10/8

Stolen License Plate
A single license plate was stolen from the victim’s parked trailer at approximately 3 p.m.
1500 block of First Street

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Grand Theft/Unspecified
Unknown suspect(s) cut numerous strands of Romex copper wiring from a construction site. The total length of stolen wire was approximately 250 feet. The value of the stolen wire is $10.
1600 block of Glorietta Boulevard
10/7 to 10/8

Grand Theft/Unspecified
Unknown suspect(s) took the victim’s unlocked bicycles from the intersection of Fourth Street and Orange Avenue. The bicycles were left locked to a pole. Estimated loss $1950.
1000 block of Fourth Street

Burglary/Second Degree
Unknown suspect(s) defeated the padlock to the victim’s garage door. The suspect opened the door and took numerous items (including two paddle boards, a child’s bike, and a wagon) from the garage. Estimated loss $5070.
800 block of F Avenue
10/5 to 10/6

Burglary/First Degree
Unknown suspect(s) used a rock to break the front window of a home located in the 300 block of Second Street. Once the window was broken, the suspect(s) entered the home and stole jewelry, laptop computers, and electronic equipment. The approximate loss is $9350.
300 block of Second Street

Petty Theft
Unknown suspect(s) took the victim’s unlocked bicycle from his apartment complex storage area. $125 estimated loss
400 block of D Avenue
9/27 – 9/28


DUI Alcohol 0.08% – Misdemeanor; DUI Alcohol – Misdemeanor
43 year old white female
800 block of D Avenue

Possession of Controlled Substance (Drugs) – Felony; Use/Under the Influence of Controlled Substance – Misdemeanor
46 year old Hispanic male
900 block of C Avenue

Possession of a Controlled Substance (Drugs) – Felony
31 year old Hispanic male
1100 block of Loma Avenue

Outside Warrant/Misdemeanor – Misdemeanor
51 year old white female
600 block of Orange Avenue

DUI Alcohol; DUI Alcohol 0.08%; Hit and Run
24 year old Hispanic male
Orange Avenue at B Avenue

DUI Alcohol 0.08% – Misdemeanor; DUI Alcohol – Misdemeanor; Outside Warrant/Misdemeanor – Misdemeanor
28 year old Hispanic male
1000 block of Ocean Boulevard

Take Vehicle without Owner’s Consent – Felony; Possession of Marijuana 28.5 grams or less – Infraction
21 year old Hispanic male
200 block of Orange Avenue

Inflict Corporal Injury on Spouse/Cohabitant – Felony
45 year old white male
2000 block of Second Street

Disorderly Conduct: Alcohol – Misdemeanor
17 year old Hispanic male
0 block of Ocean Court

Possesion of Marijuana/Hashish for Sale – Felony; Conspire to Commit a Crime – Felony
17 year old white male
500 block of Orange Avenue/D Avenue Alley

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

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