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Cops and Robbers: Intruder Disables Laundry Machines at Apartment Complex (11/1/19-11/14/19)

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


11/9/19-11/10/19: Burglary of the Second Degree near 500 block of A Avenue


Unknown suspect broke the lock on the security fence of the residence using an unknown tool and stole two tool boxes and a nail driver. The residence is currently uninhabited and under renovations. The approximate value of the items is $619.

11/8/19-11/9/19: Malicious Mischief/Vandalism (Misdemeanor) near 900 block of Sixth Street

Unknown subject cut the cord to the washer/dryer unit and the hot water heater located inside the laundry room of the apartment complex. The estimated value to repair the two items is less than $950.

11/8/19-11/9/19: Burglary of the Second Degree near Alameda Boulevard

Unknown suspect used unknown means to shatter the rear passenger window of the victim’s vehicle. Suspect stole two ceramic serving platters from the vehicle. The platters are valued at $30 collectively. The damage repair costs for the window are unknown.

11/8/19-11/9/19: Malicious Mischief/Vandalism (Misdemeanor) near 300 block of G Avenue

Unknown suspect used unknown means to vandalize the rear driver’s side window the victim’s vehicle. The estimated cost to repair the window is $400.

11/7/19-11/8/19: Petty Theft near 400 block of D Avenue

Unknown suspect took the victim’s motorcycle seat attached to his parked motorcycle located in the alley. The stolen seat is valued at approximately $400.

11/1/19: Malicious Mischief/Vandalism (Misdemeanor) near 100 block of F Avenue

Unknown suspect broke the front entry gate and threw approximately eight eggs against the door, windows, and walls of the residence. The damage to the exterior of the residence and front gate’s value is unknown at this time.


11/14/19: Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol – Misdemeanor near 1200 block of Eighth Street

33 year old female

11/13/19: Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol – Misdemeanor near Coronado Bay Road

71 year old female

11/12/19: Shoplifting – Misdemeanor near 800 block of Orange Avenue

27 year old male

11/11/19: Grand Theft Property – Felony near 1600 block of Strand Way

41 year old male

11/9/19: Possession of Controlled Substance (Misdemeanor) near 900 block of Orange Avenue

52 year old female

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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:


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