Added by Caroline Minchella on December 10, 2013 at 4:30pm — No Comments
As was reflected in the original news story reporting the arrest in Glendale of the individuals alleged to have been involved in the credit-card skimming operation, no information has yet to be discovered indicating that the culprits were successful in retrieving any credit card information from the Coronado 76 Station.
When Detectives first contacted Coronado 76 and the gas pumps were inspected, it was discovered that two card-reading…Continue
Added by Coronado 76 on December 10, 2013 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Three men were arrested this week after police reportedly linked counterfeit credit cards found inside their vehicle in Glendale to card-skimming devices placed at gas station pumps in Coronado, officials said. ... Detectives contacted officers with the Coronado Police Department to investigate the gas station, where they found two credit card-skimming devices on gas pumps, Lightfoot said.
Update: The Coronado…Continue
Added by Caroline Minchella on December 4, 2013 at 7:34am — No Comments
eCoronado.com has been getting emails and calls about Coronado Police activity near the Hotel del Coronado. Both entrances are being blocked off at this time. Police are investigation a possible bomb threat.
Update #1 at 12:55pm: NBC San Diego is reporting that there is a possible suspicious package or bomb threat:
An investigation into a possible suspicious package and bomb threat shut…
Added by eCoronado on December 3, 2013 at 12:30pm — No Comments
At 8:15 p.m. on Monday evening, November 18, a police officer on routine patrol
noticed a man walking in the 1300 block of Orange Avenue acting suspiciously near
several bicycles. The officer had seen the man earlier in the evening riding a bike. The
man then left the area on foot, reappearing moments later riding a different bicycle than
he had been seen with earlier. The officer followed the subject and made contact with
him a few blocks away. …
Added by Caroline Minchella on November 24, 2013 at 1:36pm — No Comments
Recently, I had the opportunity to engage in crime fighting for a night, by taking a ride-along with the Coronado Police Department. I was able to shadow five different officers, including a trainee, and was truly immersed in the program. After recording the Police Blotter for eCoronado.com each week, it was an opportunity for me to see the behind-the-scenes of what I see reported on paper every Tuesday. The Officer who sponsored my ride-along was Officer Flores, who became…Continue
Added by Caroline Minchella on November 12, 2013 at 3:30pm — No Comments
The City of Coronado had a shoe bandit in the 50's (circa 1958), which had all the women "shaking in their shoes" to coin a phrase.
For this bandit only stole a woman's left shoe! I remember women being afraid to leave their homes. About three months later, the bandit was caught. My father, GK Williams (Publisher of the Coronado Journal), wrote in his "High Tide" column, "any lady who lost her left shoe can pick it up at the Coronado Police Department." The Police…
Added by Caroline Minchella on November 6, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Update: The Coronado Police Department has confirmed that on Thursday, November 7, the woman died from the injuries she sustained in the accident. The driver in the incident will not be charged with any violations in relation to this accident.
Original story: An 89-year old Coronado woman was rushed to a local trauma hospital this afternoon after…Continue
On Thursday morning, Coronado Police Detectives, along with the assistance of SDPD’s SWAT unit conducted a search warrant in San Diego and arrested Jasen Elliott Harris for possession of stolen property. Harris was arrested in connection with a recent burglary series in the east portion of the Coronado village. Additional criminal charges are pending.
A tip from a Coronado resident led police to Harris. The resident noticed a man, who was not familiar to…Continue
Added by Caroline Minchella on October 29, 2013 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Added by Caroline Minchella on October 25, 2013 at 5:00pm — No Comments
With the help of local residents, two recent crimes were solved.
In one case, a resident saw a person discard a spray paint can under a car then located fresh graffiti in the area. The resident took a photograph of the suspect, which was used to make a positive identification of a local worker who was quickly arrested for that case and an additional incident of vandalism in the area. The work of the investigating officers to bring the case from the phone photo to an arrest…Continue
Two Mexican citizens were arrested after being suspected of hitching a ride into the United States on a Jet Ski Wednesday, federal officials said.
Added by Community Manager on October 17, 2013 at 10:00pm — No Comments
Unknown suspect(s) entered victim's unlocked car and stole her cell phone ($60 estimated loss).
1500 block of 2nd Street
9/1 to 9/7
(Call) Report of Domestic Violence
After a verbal argument ensued, the suspect threw his car key at his wife, who was fearful for her safety.
9/2 to 10/8