Police Blotter: February 11-17: Coronado Vehicles, Lock Your Doors

Crimes Reported
Vehicle Report
Victim's gray '14 motorcycle was stolen.
1500 block of 2nd Street
2/8
 
Malicious Mischief/Vandalism (Misdemeanor)
Unknown suspect(s) spray painted the south wall of the administrative building and the cinder block wall of Coronado High School.
650 D Avenue
2/8
 
Battery on a Spouse or Cohabitant
During a child custody exchange, victim got into a verbal argument with her husband. There were no signs or claims of injuries to either party.
2/8
 
Vehicle Report
Victim's red  '98 Jeep Wrangler was taken from her apartment parking lot.
1500 block of 1st Street
2/8 to 2/9
 
Vehicle Report
Victim's borrowed black '08 Sierra car was stolen.
1000 block of Ocean Boulevard
2/9
 
Vehicle Report
Victim's white '99 Mercedes was stolen after victim accidentally left keys inside the unlocked car.
650 D Avenue
2/9
 
Petty Theft
Unknown suspect(s) took victim's unlocked bicycle from the bike racks located at Coronado High School's pool ($100 estimated loss).
650 D Avenue
2/12
 
Burglary/Second Degree
Victim interrupted an unknown subject attempting to steal property from his car parked at the Recreation Center.
1845 Strand Way
2/12
 
Burglary/Unspecified
Unknown suspect(s) took a bag, including a checkbook, ear buds, and miscellaneous bills with personal information, from the passenger seat of a locked vehicle ($535 estimated loss).
1825 Strand Way
2/12
 
Petty Theft
Victim received a fraudulent telephone call from a subject claiming to be SDG&E calling about a late bill, but he was later told that this was an ongoing scam ($400 estimated loss).
1100 block of 10th Street
2/12
 
Petty Theft
Unknown suspect(s) took victim's unlocked bicycle ($400 estimated loss).
100 block of C Avenue
2/12 to 2/13
 
Petty Theft
Unknown suspect(s) took victim's locked bicycle from her alley ($100 estimated loss).
200 block of C Avenue
2/12 to 2/14
 
 
Arrests
Trespassing - Misdemeanor
32-year-old white male, transient
1500 block of Orange Avenue
2/02
 
Possession/Sell Switch Blade Knife and Possession of Marijuana - Misdemeanor
19-year-old white male, resident of Coronado
400 block of D Avenue
2/07
 
Petty Theft - Misdemeanor
19-year-old white female, resident of Coronado
McCain Boulevard
2/08
 
Injure Wireless Communication Device in Emergency - Misdemeanor
17-year-old white male
900 block of B Avenue
2/10
 
Receive/etc. Known Stolen Property - Misdemeanor
32-year-old white male, resident of Coronado
900 block of Orange Avenue
2/13
 
 
Traffic Collisions
Rear End with Parked Motor Vehicle
2nd Street at Intersection with Orange Avenue
No injuries reported.
2/03
 
Rear End with Other Motor Vehicle
Orange Avenue at Intersection with 10th Street
Two injuries reported, though both refused medical attention.
2/09
 
Broadside with Other Motor Vehicle
State Route 75 at Intersection with 4th Street
No injuries reported.
2/11
 
Rear End with Other Motor Vehicle
3500 block of SR-75
No injuries reported.
2/11
 
Side Swipe with Other Motor Vehicle
300 block of SR-282
One injury reported, taken to Balboa Navy Hospital with broken right tibia.
2/12
 
Rear End with Other Motor Vehicle
1000 block of 6th Street
One injury reported, taken to Sharp Coronado Hospital.
2/13
 
 
 
Thank you to the Coronado Police Department for making this information available to the public. This is a partial list.
 
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Caroline Minchella
Staff Writer, Intern
eCoronado
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Comment by Don Phin on February 24, 2014 at 9:27am

Hopefully they will be able to nab some of these bike thieves. I am amazed by the number of bikes stolen every week.

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