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Inflicting Injury on Child in Sheriff's Blotter

Residential burglaries were reported twice in the past week.

The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department Imperial Beach substation reported the following arrests and crimes from Nov. 13-19. If you see a crime, please report it to the Sheriff's Department.

 

Nov. 19

1:15 a.m., 28-year-old woman arrested for the possession of controlled substances on Daisy Avenue


Nov. 18

10:10 p.m., 45-year-old man arrested for the use and being under the influence of controlled substances on Elder Avenue


Nov. 17

12:25 p.m., vehicle theft reported on Elm Avenue. Stolen vehicle worth an estimated $4,000

1:21 p.m., robbery at Chase Bank on Palm Avenue. $3,018 in currency reported stolen. Suspect left a suspicious device inside the bank and Bomb/Arson Unit called to scene. Click here to see suspect photo and description and learn how to contact authorities if you have any information that may lead to suspect's arrest

10:50 p.m., 31-year-old man arrested for being drunk in public on Palm Avenue


Nov. 16

1:33 a.m., 35-year-old man arrested for the use and being under the influence of controlled substances on 13th Street

5:35 p.m., inflicting minor injury upon child and obstructing use of any wireless communication device reported on Elder Avenue

10:46 p.m., 70-year-old man arrested for being drunk in public on Imperial Beach Boulevard


Nov. 15

4:44 p.m., residential burglary reported on Date Avenue. Power tool stolen worth an estimated $100

9:58 p.m., 48-year-old man arrested for possession of unlawful paraphernalia at the corner of Palm Avenue and 5th Street

10:45 p.m., 40-year-old man arrested for being drunk in public at the corner of 13th Street and Palm Avenue


Nov. 14

9:19 a.m., 29-year-old woman arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle, receiving known stolen property, possession of burglary tools and vehicle theft on Palm Avenue. Stolen vehicle and property worth an estimated $5,015

3:07 p.m., residential burglary reported on Donax Avenue. Bag, computer and other electronics reported stolen worth an estimated $3,350

3:33 p.m., 53-year-old man arrested for being drunk in public at the corner of Elm Avenue and Seacoast Drive

6:52 p.m., 37-year-old man arrested for being drunk in public on Ebony Avenue

9:44 p.m., simple battery reported on Seacoast Drive


Nov. 13

1:15 a.m., 23-year-old man arrested for being drunk in public on Connecticut Street

3:34 p.m., petty theft reported on 10th Street. Cell phone stolen worth an estimated $200

10:54 p.m., two minors and 18-year-old woman arrested for robbery on Elm Avenue. 19- and 20-year-old men also arrested for conspiracy to commit crime and robbery five people arrested for robbery of 7-Eleven on Palm Avenue. $21 in goods reported stolen

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

 

Nov. 11

1:00 a.m., residential burglary reported on 13th Street. Wallet, cell phone and prescription drugs reported stolen worth an estimated $295


Nov. 10

9:12 p.m., 20-year-old man cited and released for disorderly conduct and disturbance by loud or unreasonable noise on Imperial Beach Boulevard

10:38 p.m., 50-year-old man arrested for probation violation and the use and being under the influence of controlled substances on Florence Street


Nov. 8

3:20 p.m., 50-year-old man arrested for the manufacture/sale/possession of metal knuckles and shuriken, possession of unlawful controlled substances and controlled substances without a prescription on Grove Avenue


Nov. 7

12:39 p.m., 44-year-old man arrested for battery with serious bodily injury, resisting executive officer with minor injury and for the use and being under the influence of controlled substances on Florence Street

John Galt November 21, 2012 at 07:41 PM
Drunks and druggies, with the twekers burglarizing the homes. Libi – how would you solve this?

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