|

EDH Crime Watch Dec. 13-19

Teen in trouble
Dec. 12: A 13-year-old boy was cited for allegedly possession marijuana on a Silva Valley Road school campus.

Housewarming surprise
Dec. 13: Purchasers of an Arches Avenue home reported finding a firearm in the house. Deputies could not track down the weapon’s owner.

Off with the dolly
Dec. 14: Thieves swiped a dolly left by the Town Center McDonald’s dumpsters.

Door damaged
Dec. 14: A Telegraph Hill resident reported vandalism to her front door’s window.

Smash-n-go
Dec. 15: A disorderly adult man reportedly Damaged a Town Center business and took off before deputies arrived. He has not been identified.

On camera
Dec. 15: A thief busted out the window of a vehicle parked in Town Center and stole a purse. Security cameras caught the criminal in action.

iWant it back
Dec. 16: A woman reported her iPhone stolen while visiting a home on Highland Hills Drive.

Breaking the rules
Dec. 16: Deputies arrested a 34-year-old man in Town Center after reportedly they determined the suspect was in violation of his probation.

Cars ransacked
Dec. 18: A thief broke into two vehicles parked on Stonebriar Drive and stole more than $1,800 worth of items.

Holiday hooligans
Dec. 18: Vandalism was reported on Timberline Ridge Court.

Just grand
Dec. 18: Grand theft was reported by a Vine Street business owner.

Fighting trio
Dec. 18: Three suspects reportedly battered another person on Francisco Drive. No prosecution was desired.

Unexpected find
Dec. 18: A Langdon Court resident reported finding her ex-boyfriends allegedly crawling through a window to gain access to her home.

Parked on Park
Dec. 19: A vehicle owner reported his vehicle burglarized while it was parked on Park Drive.

Wallet gone
Dec. 19: A 62-year-old man reported losing his wallet on Saratoga Way.

This story falls on page "2"
Posted by on Dec 23 2012.
Last Login: Thu Mar 16 15:03:06 2017
Filed under Crime Watch. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

Comments are closed



Recently Commented

  • Diane Orciuoli: Well written Ann, Thank you for speaking up! I agree with you 100%.
  • James Scott: This article was the first I’d heard about this and it boggled my mind that there was actually a...
  • Veronica Spires: We love the Blue Oak Montessori program! I am a teacher by profession (not at Blue Oak since I have...
  • Ian Wyatt: We met with the David and Jackie and we are informed that Blue Oak is not over-crowded and that the...
  • yvonne morris: I’ve seen many local kids using this trail for their bikes. They’ve always been nice and...