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Cops and Robbers: Shoplifting Beer and Liquor (6/12/19-6/19/19)

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

Crimes:

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6/19/19: Shoplifting near 800 block of Orange Avenue

Two suspects entered a supermarket, loaded three shopping carts with beer and liquor and left the store without paying. The estimated loss is $215.

6/19/19: Petty Theft near 1200 block of First Street

Victim reported her bicycle stolen from the sidewalk in front of the location. The bicycle was propped against a parking sign, unsecured. The estimated loss for the bicycle is approximately $200.

6/18/19-6/19/19: Malicious Mischief/Vandalism (Misdemeanor) near 1200 block of First Street

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Unknown suspect marked various poles and electrical boxes with graffiti at the location.

6/18/19: Grand Theft Property near 1500 block of Orange Avenue

Victim reported his bicycle stolen from the parking lot of the Hotel del Coronado.

6/18/19: Malicious Mischief/Vandalism (Felony) near 200 block of Ocean Boulevard

The men’s bathroom on North Beach was vandalized.

6/15/19-6/17/19: Malicious Mischief/Vandalism (Misdemeanor) near 600 block of Orange Avenue

Victim opened his coffee cart and noticed the tenting covering the cart was tampered with and some of the items located in the cart had been moved.

6/13/19-6/14/19: Grand Theft near 600 block of C Avenue

Unknown suspect entered the unattached garage through an unlocked backyard gate and an open garage door, stealing several tools. The estimated value of the loss was $960.

6/13/19: Petty Theft near 1100 block of Fifth Street

Unknown suspect stole an unattended and unsecured bicycle from the courtyard of an apartment complex. The bicycle and its equipment were valued at $312.

6/12/19: Malicious Mischief/Vandalism (Misdemeanor) near 100 block of Alameda Boulevard

Unknown suspect vandalized a wall with graffiti.

6/12/19: Extortion near 1800 block of Avenida Del Mundo

Victim contacted an online company to pay them to assist him in fixing his computer. The subject he contacted was granted remote access to the computer and told the victim that if he wanted him to continue to work on the computer, the victim had to pay with Walmart gift cards. Victim provided $1000 worth of cards to the subject.

Arrests:

6/18/19: Inflicting Corporal Injury on Spouse/Cohabitant – Felony near 3500 block of Silver Strand Boulevard

21 year old female

6/18/19: Trespassing – Misdemeanor near 600 block of C Avenue

28 year old male

6/17/19: Disorderly Conduct Due to Alcohol – Misdemeanor near 1500 block of First Street

42 year old female

6/16/19: Disorderly Conduct Due to Alcohol – Misdemeanor near 1500 block of Orange Avenue

45 year old female

6/14/19: Inflicting Corporal Injury on Spouse/Cohabitant – Felony near 900 block of  D Avenue

52 year old male

6/14/19: Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol – Misdemeanor near 100 block of Orange Avenue

36 year old male

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Andres de la Lama
Andres de la Lama
Andres is a senior at Coronado High School and has written for the Islander Times and The Coronado Times throughout his high school career. He has also been a proud part of Coronado’s Days for Girls chapter and this year’s president. Andres aspires to be a screenwriter will go on study creative writing in college. Have news to share? Send tips, story ideas or letters to the editor to: manager@coronadotimes.com
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