Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Police Blotter November 18 – 24: Six bicycles reported stolen

Crimes Reported

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Malicious Mischief/Vandals – Misdemeanor
Unknown suspect(s) intentionally scratched the side of the victim’s vehicle.
900 block of Sixth Street
10/25 to 10/26

Unknown male and female entered a school administrators office and set off a silent alarm.
600 block of Sixth Street

Impersonate to Get Money – Felony
The victim responded to a Craig’s List ad for a rental house. The victim and a subject made an arrangement for the victim to rent the subject’s San Diego home. The victim sent $1350 for rent and down payment, only to be asked for more money. The victim contacted police, believing the ad was a scam.
300 block of Glorietta Place
10/26 – 11/11

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Malicious Mischief/Vandalism – Misdemeanor
Unknown subject used an unknown object to etch graffiti into the glass surface of a mirror in the men’s public restroom of the main portion of the Coronado Public Library without being detected.
600 block of Orange Avenue

Burglary/Second Degree
An unknown suspect removed the victim’s walled (ID insert), including the victim’s driver’s license and credit cards, from a storage locker in the spa area of a hotel. $20 estimated loss
800 block of Orange Avenue

Burglary/Second Degree
Unknown suspect(s) entered the Crown View Medical offices through an unlocked door between 5:30 p.m. on 11/14 and 4:30 a.m. on 11/16. Once inside, the suspect stole four laptop computers, two computer monitors, a laser printer, a cash box with $2, a blue skateboard, and an unknown number of prescription samples. $5,500 estimated loss.
100 block of C Avenue (Crown View Medical Center)
11/14 – 11/16

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Grand Theft Property
Unknown suspect(s) stole a locked men’s Specialized road bicycle from the bike rack located near the public restroom. $1256 estimated loss
200 block of Ocean Boulevard

Petty Theft
The victim’s debit and credit cards were stolen from her purse while she was working at a Peohe’s restaurant.
1200 block of First Street

Petty Theft
Unknown suspect(s) took the victim’s unsecured bicycle, a purple women’s beach cruiser. $170 estimated loss
600 block of D Avenue (Coronado High School)
11/12 – 11/13

Petty Theft
The victim reported her bicycle, which was locked to a bicycle rack with a combination lock, was stolen.
600 block of D Avenue (Coronado High School)
11/15 – 11/16

Petty Theft
The victim’s unlocked bicycle was reported stolen from the porch of a residence. $400 estimated loss
900 block of Bay Circle
11/13 to 11/14

Petty Theft
The victim’s unlocked black Raleigh 21 speed Talus 3.0 mountain bike was taken without the victim’s permission from Mathewson Park (located at 700 Pomona Avenue). $244 estimated loss
700 block of Adella Lane
11/11 to 11/15

Petty Theft
Unknown suspect(s) stole the victim’s unlocked bicycle from Village Elementary School’s property. $260 estimated loss
600 block of Sixth Street
11/7 to 11/12


Receive Known Stolen Property – Misdemeanor
14 year old white male
600 block of D Avenue (CHS)

Petty Theft
15 year old white male
600 block of D Avenue (CHS)

DUI Alcohol – Misdemeanor; DUI Alcohol 0.08% – Misdemeanor
48 year old white female
1800 block of SR-75 Southbound

DUI Alcohol – Misdemeanor
24 year old white male
1700 block of Glorietta Place

Disorderly Conduct/Soliciting a Lewd Act – Misdemeanor
44 year old white male
700 block of D Avenue

Possession of Controlled Substance (Drugs) – Misdemeanor; Possession of Controlled Sub Paraphernalia – Misdemeanor
49 year old white male

Possession of Controlled Sub Paraphernalia – Misdemeanor
46 year old black male
700 block of E Street, Chula Vista

DUI Alcohol – Misdemeanor; DUI Alcohol 0.08% – Misdemeanor
31 year old white female
2000 block of Silver Strand Boulevard

Trespassing: Refusing to Leave – Misdemeanor
23 year old black male
2000 block Silver Strand boulevard

DUI Alcohol – Misdemeanor; DUI Alcohol 0.08% – Misdemeanor; Hit and Run – Misdemeanor
52 year old white male
1100 block of Orange Avenue

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Originally from upstate New York, Dani Schwartz has lived in Coronado since 1996. She is thrilled to call Coronado home and raise her two children here. In her free time enjoys hitting the gym, reading, and walking her dog around the “island.”Have news to share? Send tips, story ideas or letters to the editor to: manager@coronadotimes.com


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