Crime Watch

Crime watch: July 4-10

By From page A2 | July 17, 2013

Thirsty thieves
July 4: Unknown suspect(s) stole a 12-pack of beer from a business on Town Center Boulevard.

Under the gun
July 4: An unknown subject entered a residence on Wilson Boulevard and stole a firearm.

Those aren’t sparklers
July 4: Deputies observed a subject lighting fireworks in the middle of the roadway on Gillett Drive. The subject, a 23-year-old male, was allegedly found to be in possession of more fireworks. The fireworks were confiscated and the subject was cited and released without incident.

Coming in
July 5:
A burglary to a residence on Warren Lane was reported. Various items were stolen. There was no forced entry.

Sword play
July 6:
A suspect was swinging a sword on King Richard Drive. As a 51-year-old male victim drove by, the suspect continued to swing the sword in a taunting manner. The victim did not desire prosecution.

That’s my bike
July 6: Unknown suspect(s) stole a bicycle from a parking lot on Vine Street.

Bombs away
July 7:
Unknown suspects launched a water balloon across Francisco Drive, hitting a 21-year-old male victim’s vehicle and causing damage.

Lawn watch
July 8:
A 34-year-old female victim reported theft of landscaping equipment by an unknown suspect(s) on Robert J. Matthews Parkway.

The key to the crime
July 8: A victim reported several items from her business on Golden Foothill Parkway were taken, including hair products, furniture and computer equipment. She suspects one of her employees who has a key to the business.

Missing parts
July 10:
A 52-year-old male victim reported the theft of a catalytic converter on Town Center Boulevard.

Patrick Ibarra

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