Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Police Blotter March 17th – March 23rd: Register Stolen from Coffee Cart


Burglary/ Unspecified

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An unknown male entered the Coronado Coffee Kiosk and took the cash register and left in an unknown direction.

1200 block of 1st Street

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Petty Theft

Unknown suspect(s) stole the victim’s bike from the Coronado High School property near the BBMAC.

800 block of 6th Street


Criminal Threats

The victim was standing at the emergency registration desk

When the subject came in to the emergency room lobby and began yelling her last name through the registration window. The male threatened to “come back and stick you” as he pointed to the victim.

200 block of Prospect Place


Graffiti- Track Vandalism Case that involves graffiti

Unknown suspect(s) used green and black markers to write graffiti on the interior walls in the Tideland Park men’s public restroom located closest to the main parking lot.

Tidelands Park


Burglary of the first degree

No Description Provided

100 blocks of Alder Street


Burglary / First Degree

500 block of Orange Avenue

Victim placed her jewelry in a plastic bag and placed it behind a tall cabinet in her living room in December 2014. She went to retrieve it in March 2015 and noticed it had gone missing,


Petty Theft

Unknown suspect(s) took victim’s bicycle from a bike rack, the approximate value of the bike is $500; the bike was locked with a cable lock.

1400 block of 2nd Street


Fraudulent use of access card or account information (under $400)

Unknown suspect(s) opened an online checking account through US Bank using the victim’s name and social security number.

900 block of B Avenue


Fraudulent use of access card or account information (over $400)

Unknown suspect(s) purchased $1300 of merchandise online using the victims USAA Master Card.

600 block of Cabrillo Avenue


Petty Theft

Unknown suspect(s) entered an unlocked Ford F150 pick up parked in the residents drive way. The suspect(s) removed a Garmin GPS device and some cash and coin the fled undetected.

1500 block of Leyte Road


Petty Theft

Unknown suspect(s) took victim’s Maui Jim sunglasses from his unlocked vehicle; the total loss is approximately $200.

100 block of Leyte Road


Petty Theft

Unknown suspect(s) took victim’s Oakley sunglass from her unlocked vehicle; the total loss is $151.20.

100 block of Leyte Road


Domestic Violence Case

Subject and her husband got into a verbal argument at the Hotel Del Coronado.

Hotel Del Coronado



Theft or Extortion Vehicle/TRA – Felony

26 year old white male

1400 block of 8th Street


Disorderly Conduct: Alcohol- Misdemeanor

800 block of C Avenue

29 year old white male


Outside Warrant/ MISD- Misdemeanor

47 year old white male

400 block of C Avenue


DUI Alcohol 0.08 Percent – Misdemeanor

24 year old Hispanic male

5500 block of Silver Strand Boulevard


Battery on a spouse of Cohabitant – Misdemeanor

78 year old white female

500 block of F Avenue


Disorderly Conduct: Alcohol- Misdemeanor

41 year old Hispanic male

700 block of Ocean Boulevard


DUI Alcohol 0.08 Percent – Misdemeanor

38 year old Hispanic male

900 block of 3rd Street


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