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Cops and Robbers: Package Theft, Email Scam (11/18/19-11/25/19)

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

Crimes:

11/25/19: Petty Theft near 400 block of I Avenue

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Unknown suspect took four packages from the front porch. The value of the contents inside the packages is $750.

11/23/19-11/24/19: Grand Theft Property near 100 block of Green Turtle Road

Unknown suspect removed a fountain statue from its concrete foundation in the front yard and stole it. The estimated value of the fountain is approximately $3,000.

11/23/19: Petty Theft near 100 block of Orange Avenue

Unknown male suspect entered Boney’s Bayside Market and stole a deli sandwich, two packages of tri-tip, and a bottle of Rombauer Cabernet Sauvignon wine. The total monetary loss is approximately $78.

11/22/19-11/24/19: Obtaining Money by False Pretenses near 100 block of Trinidad Bend

Victim received multiple emails from who she believed to be her friend, asking her to purchase and send him the serial numbers of Amazon gift cards in $100. Victim purchased seven $100 Amazon gift cards totaling to $700 and sent the suspect the serial numbers to a mobile phone number the suspect provided.

11/19/19-11/21/19: Malicious Mischief/Vandalism (Misdemeanor) near 700 block of D Avenue

Unknown suspect shattered the windshield of a 2007 Mercedes Benz parked on the street in front of the victim’s apartment.

11/18/19-11/25/19: Burglary of the Second Degree near 600 block of C Avenue

Unknown suspect broke the metal latch that a combination lock connects to and stole $70 from a donation money box at Sacred Heart Catholic Church.

11/18/19-11/19/19: Vandalism near 900 block of Seventh Street

Unknown suspect used blue paint to vandalize the exterior of the victim’s white 2016 Mercedes Benz. The paint was thrown on the vehicle with no apparent design or writing. The estimated cost to repair the damage is expected to exceed $400.

11/18/19: Getting Credit near 1100 block of First Street

Victim reported fraudulent activity on her Citi Bank account. The estimated value of the fraudulent activity is approximately $500.

Arrests:

11/25/19: Driving With Willful Disregard for Safety- Felony near 1700 block of Glorietta Plaza

22 year old male

11/25/19: Possession of Narcotic Controlled Substance – Misdemeanor near 1600 block of Pomona Avenue

34 year old male

11/25/19: Possession of Narcotic Controlled Substance – Misdemeanor near 1600 block of Pomona Avenue

28 year old female

11/25/19: Possession of Controlled Substance Paraphernalia – Misdemeanor near 1600 block of Pomona Avenue

39 year old female

11/23/19: Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol – Misdemeanor near 900 block fo Seventh Street

23 year old male

11/23/19: Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol – Misdemeanor near 5500 block of Silver Strand Boulevard

48 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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