Cops and Robbers: Seven Flags Stolen (2/7/19-2/13/19)

Thanks to the Coronado Police Department for providing The Coronado Times with the below information (partial list):


2/12/19: Petty Theft near 100 block of Orange Avenue

Victim’s cell phone was stolen and later tracked to an address in San Diego, confirming that it had been stolen. The estimated total loss is $780. THere are no known suspects or witnesses.


2/11/19: Report of Domestic Violence at Undisclosed Location

Subjects were involved in a verbal argument in their residence.

2/10/19: Fraudulent Use of Account Information near 1200 block of First Street

Unknown suspect attempted to charge an Apple Store transaction on victim’s Bank of America MasterCard.

2/10/19: Petty Theft near 900 block of Orange Avenue

Victim reported his wrench stolen from his tool bench outside his business. The value of the wrench is $60.

2/8/19-2/9/19: Use of Another’s Personal Identification near 1500 block of Orange Avenue

Victim discovered her PayPal credit card had been hacked, as an unauthorized person used her account information and personal information for online transactions.

2/8/19-2/11/19: Malicious Mischief/Vandalism (Felony) near 600 block of Sixth Street

Unknown suspect threw rocks through the windows of a classroom at Village Elementary School. Estimated damage to the windows is $1,000. A damaged bicycle was located by staff near the scene of the crime and turned over to Coronado Police as found property.

2/7/19-2/8/19: Petty Theft near 500 block of Orange Avenue

Unknown suspect stole seven flags from an open area in front of a business. The total loss is $270.


2/13/19: Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol – Misdemeanor near 400 block of C Avenue

41 year old female

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Andres is a student at Coronado High School. He was a part of the KCMS Broadcast Journalism program in middle school, giving him experience in the fields of both filmmaking and news coverage. Now writing for the high school newspaper and The Coronado Times, Andres aspires to become a writer in the future and will study philosophy and creative writing after he graduates. Have news to share? Send tips, story ideas or letters to the editor to: