• Cop Log 4/24/15-5/1/15

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    A city-owned tree fell on top of an occupied vehicle Major damage to vehicle, none to occupant. City arborist had previously reported need to remove tree

    Patrol vehicle whacked by golf ball, window shattered.

    This is getting to be redundant
    Theft from unlocked vehicle on Lobos
    Portable radio stolen from unlocked vehicle on Buena Vista
    Items stolen from unlocked vehicle ovn Buena Vista.
    Wallet stolen from unlocked vehicle on Montecito.
    Wallet stolen from unlocked vehicle on Forest.
    Theft from unlocked vehicle on Lincoln.
    Another theft from unlocked vehicle on Lincoln.
    Theft from unlocked vehicle on Benito.
    Attempted theft from unlocked vehicle on Congress. The car beeped and the bad guy was seen running away.
    Are we noticing a trend here? A common factor?

    Maybe she took the train
    A man was walking along the railroad trail looking for his girlfriend whom he claimed stormed off after an argument. No girlfriend extant. He was booked for being drunk in public.

    ‘Tis the season
    A driver couldn’t avoid hitting a female deer. Driver OK, Deer not OK.

    Bark Bark Bark
    Dog found on the golf course was turned in.
    Another dog found on the golf course was turned in. Owner contacted and picked up the dog.
    A man flagged down an officer on Crocker and turned in a dog that was running loose.
    A man called the police to report his dog was lost. the dog had been taken to doggie jail the day before.
    A loose female pit bill attacked a woman’s border collie on Sunset, causing major injury to the collie. Officer attempted to contact owner of the pit bull (named Princess), but to no avail.


    posted to Cedar Street Times on May 8, 2015

    Topics: Police Log


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