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Domestic Abuse, DUI While on Probation for DUI in Sheriff's Blotter

Petty theft, residential burglaries and DUIs were the most prevalent crimes in the past week. On Aug. 25 two men who were on probation for DUI convictions were arrested for another DUI within less than two hours.

The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department Imperial Beach substation reported the following arrests and crimes from Aug. 28 to Sept. 3. If you see a crime, please report it to the .

 

Sept. 3

8:35 p.m., 54-year-old man arrested for being drunk in public on Seacoast Drive

9:19 p.m., 22-year-old woman arrested for being drunk in public on Palm Avenue

7:18 p.m., residential burglary reported on 13th Street. Currency, necklaces and other jewelry reported stolen worth an estimated $2,600

7:27 p.m., residential burglary reported on Donax Avenue. A ring reported stolen worth an estimated $800

 

Sept. 2

2:29 a.m., 32-year-old man arrested for residential burglary and spousal/cohabitant abuse with minor injury on 2nd Street 

 

Sept. 1

2:10 a.m., 23-year-old woman arrested for possession of firearm, possession of narcotic controlled substances and being under the influence of specific controlled substances on Carnation Avenue. 21-year-old man arrested for misdemeanor warrant by agency other than sheriff's department

2:30 a.m., 30-year-old man arrested for being drunk in public on Palm Avenue

7:29 a.m., vehicle theft reported on Florence Street. Vehicle reported stolen worth an estimated $2,000

11:59 a.m., vehicle theft reported on Emory Street. Vehicle reported stolen worth an estimated $3,000

12:11 p.m., residential burglary and theft by use of access card information reported on Imperial Beach Boulevard. Wallet, keys, credit and social security cards and other items reported stolen worth an estimated $21

6:30 p.m., 31-year-old man arrested with flash incarceration on Delaware Street

8:25 p.m., petty theft of automotive parts reported on 12th Street. Automotive parts worths an estimated $375

 

Aug. 31

12:22 a.m., 52-year-old man arrested for possession of unlawful paraphernalia at the corner of State Route 75 and Rainbow Drive

4:35 p.m., vehicle burglary reported on 14th Street. Currency, DVD player and other items reported stolen worth an estimated $470

 

Aug. 30

9:46 a.m., grand theft from vehicle reported on Daisy Avenue. Tools reported stolen worth an estimated $2,000

1:02 p.m., vehicle theft reported on Imperial Beach Boulevard. Motorcycle reported stolen worth an estimated $4,500

1:15 p.m., vehicle theft reported on 12th Street. Stolen sedan worth an estimated $12,000

2:20 p.m., petty theft reported on Seacoast Drive. One of two bicycles reported stolen worth an estimated $450 

7:25 p.m., 30-year-old man arrested for being drunk in public on 13th Street

 

Aug. 29

10:15 a.m., social security card reported stolen on Emory Street

11:35 a.m., petty theft reported on Elder Avenue. Bicycle reported stolen worth an estimated $540

12:02 p.m., battery with serious bodily injury reported on Iris Avenue. Victim suffered unconsciousness and apparent minor injury

1:58 p.m., theft from elder/dependent adult by use of access card information reported on East Lane. An estimated $4,600 reported stolen

6:03 p.m., 48-year-old man arrested for being drunk in public at the corner of Palm Avenue and 12th Street

 

Aug. 28

1:13 a.m., vandalism reported at CVS Pharmacy on Palm Avenue, with an estimated $400 in damage to office equipment

11:02 a.m., petty theft reported on Palm Avenue. Computer reported stolen worth an estimated $500

11:24 a.m., 24-year-old man arrested for driving under the influence at the corner of Rainbow Drive and State Route 75

3:31 p.m., petty theft reported by Direct TV on Georgia Street. Tools reported stolen worth an estimated $400

6:41 p.m., robbery reported on Holly Avenue, with roughly $240 cash reported stolen

7:01 p.m. , petty theft reported on 7th Street. Automotive parts reported stolen worth an estimated $500

11:00 p.m., residential burglary reported on Imperial Beach Boulevard

 

The following arrests or incidents were not detailed in previous blotters but were reported in the most recent blotter.

 

Aug. 27

9:45 a.m., 51-year-old woman arrested for robbery at the Arco station on Palm Avenue

7:52 p.m., petty theft reported on 3rd Street. Bikes stolen worth an estimated $400

 

Aug. 26

1:00 a.m., two 19-year-old men arrested for possession of more than 28.5 grams of marijuana on Palm Avenue

1:00 a.m., 23-year-old man arrested for misdemeanor warrant from an agency other than the sheriff's department on Palm Avenue

1:15 a.m., residential burglary reported on Imperial Beach Boulevard 

2:57 a.m., 32-year-old man arrested for driving under the influence and operating a motor vehicle with a 0.01 blood alcohol level or more while on probation for DUI on Palm Avenue

 

Aug. 25

9:10 p.m., 57-year-old man arrested for driving under the influence and operating a motor vehicle with a 0.01 blood alcohol level or more while on probation for DUI on Palm Avenue

11:45 p.m., 31-year-old man arrested for driving under the influence and operating a motor vehicle with a 0.01 blood alcohol level or more while on probation for DUI on Palm Avenue

 

Aug. 21 

10:46 p.m., 30-year-old man and 27-year-old woman arrested for being drunk in public on 5th Street

Libi Uremovic September 05, 2012 at 02:04 PM
23 out of 41 cases are theft....is this the work of a couple busy people or are there a bunch of thieves in this town...???
John Galt September 05, 2012 at 03:40 PM
The theft will increase if "S" passes. Just ask Los Angeles Police Department. No on "S"
Marcus Boyd September 05, 2012 at 04:21 PM
IB needs S - For strict regulation to cannabis access, which will provide for a much safer community for us! The proposition actually reads; "...exterior building lighting and parking area lighting must [...] be of sufficient brightness and color rendition so as to allow the ready identification of any individual committing a crime on site at a distance of no less than 40 feet (a distance that should allow a person reasonable action time upon recognition of a viable threat);"
Marcus Boyd September 05, 2012 at 04:26 PM
Los Angeles is unregulated, that is the LA issue... You're fear mongering, and once voters know the facts, you'll be seen as just that. IB needs us to vote YES on Safe Access, Safe Neighborhoods, and Safe Medicine for sick and dying residents who can't grow state legal Sativa for themselves.
Libi Uremovic September 05, 2012 at 04:41 PM
weed stores are required to have surveillance cameras and on-site security personnel at night ....that's free security for the neighborhood... plus weed stores have a special 'no loitering' status that allows sheriffs extra authority to stop and question anyone they 'suspect' of loitering ....

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