COVID-19 in San Diego:
Cases & Deaths (Updated Daily)
Friday, June 5, 2020

COVID-19 in San Diego: Cases & Deaths (Updated Daily)

Police Blotter January 6 – 12: Man returns item taken from alley

- Advertisement -

Crimes Reported

Fraudulent Use of Access Card of Account Information (Over $400)
Unknown suspect(s) gained access to the victim’s credit card and made online purchases. This was the second time within 30 days that this had happened to the victim. The total charged to the card was $557.
700 block of F Avenue
1/4 to 1/5

Grand Theft Property
A known subject took the victim’s electric skateboard, valued at $1,020, from the alleyway behind the victim’s residence, believing it to be abandoned. The subject returned the skateboard after discovering that it was reported as stolen. The skateboard was returned to the owner, who did not desire prosecution.
700 A Avenue
1/5

- Advertisement -

Petty Theft
Unknown suspect(s), possibly the hired maid service, took $234 in coins and a sterling silver ring (valued at $20) from the victims’ master bedroom.
1100 block of Adella Avenue
10/30/14 to 1/4/15

Petty Theft
Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle and took property (including vehicle documents, emergency roadside toolkit, and various computer peripherals) from inside the vehicle. $223 estimated loss
800 block of G Avenue
12/30/14 to 12/31/14

Arrests

Burglary/First Degree – Felony
25 year old white male
100 block of H Avenue
1/7

Possession of Controlled Substance (Drugs) – Misdemeanor
27 year old black male
200 block of Prospect Place
1/7

Traffic Collisions

Rear End Collision Involving a Bicycle
2000 block of Silver Strand Boulevard
A bicyclist rear-ended a parked vehicle, resulting in lacerations to the left chin, left chest, and left knee of the bicyclist, as well as broken front teeth and an avulsion to the lower left knee. The parked car sustained minor damage in the incident.
12/27

-----
Do You Value The Coronado Times?
Become a Paid Supporter

Avatar
Managing Editor
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
Advertisement

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Acting on Our Principles

Submitted by Jim DeBelloWhile the soaring SpaceX launch this weekend lifted our spirits and re-ignited our faith to achieve greatness, we are brought back...

I See Your Colors

Submitted by Rebekah KobsAs the world is aching right now I know each family is trying to process things in their own way. For...

It Breaks My Heart

Submitted by Michael Emerson in response to George Floyd’s murderIt breaks my heart to write this down, It breaks it more to not. It breaks my...

Black Lives Matter – What Coronado Residents Can Do to Help

Submitted by Khara HarknessI am part of the 75% of white people that occupy Coronado.Coronado is currently at a complete stop. COVID19 is rapidly spreading across the world causing...

NEW STORIES

Coronado Police Chief Chuck Kaye Speaks to the Community

Today, Coronado Police Chief Chuck Kaye speaks out to condemn the death of George Floyd, share how it has affected the community from a...

Coronado Enjoys a Good Meal Out, Thankful for So Many Options

I’m not sure any of us truly understood how much we liked dining in restaurants until we were quarantined with stay at home orders...

Coronado Chalk Art Adds to Memorial for George Floyd (Video)

Using art, Coronado students came together today in a show of unity, doing their part to get the word out, be part of the...

The Gallery & Hemp Life Now Open

Mike Tepper was ready for his grand opening of The Gallery & Hemp Life when the world came to a halt. The opening of...

Vandemic Adventure: Hitting the Road to Explore a New World

At the beginning of March 2020, I had big plans. I would soon graduate college, fly to Europe and hike the Haute Route trail...