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Possession of Burglary Tools in Sheriff's Blotter

Since the start of 2013, 16 people were arrested for allegedly committing crimes in IB ranging from theft, drug possession and other crimes in the past week.

The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department Imperial Beach substation reported the following arrests and crimes from Jan. 2-7. If you see a crime, please report it to the Sheriff's Department.


Jan. 6

2:29 a.m., 48-year-old man arrested for possession of controlled substances in the 800 block of Palm Avenue

5:52 p.m., 51-year-old man arrested for shoplifting at Wally's Marketplace in the 800 block of Palm Avenue. Stolen food worth an estimated $13

6:12 p.m., possession of one ounce of marijuana or less while driving at the corner of 5th Street and Imperial Beach Boulevard

7:50 p.m., juvenile arrested for possession of narcotic controlled substance at the corner of Emory Street and Imperial Beach Boulevard

11:44 a.m., impersonation to get money and grand theft reported at TJP Engineering in the 100 block of Elder Avenue

7:45 p.m., 28-year-old woman arrested for possession of controlled substances in the 400 block of Palm Avenue

9:51 p.m., residential burglary reported in the 700 block of 11th Street. Knife reported stolen worth an estimated $20

10:44 p.m., residential burglary reported in the 500 block of Florence Street. Video player, computer and other items reported stolen worth an estimated $860


Jan. 5

1:00 a.m., 42-year-old man arrested for possession of burglary tools in an alley near Calla Avenue and State Route 75

8:51 a.m., simple battery reported in the 600 block of Palm Avenue. Victim reported apparent minor injuries

5:51 p.m., 63-year-old woman arrested with felony warrant from other agency in 600 block of Palm Avenue

6:00 p.m., 56-year-old woman arrested for probation violation in the 600 block of Palm Avenue


Jan. 4

12:20 a.m., 39-year-old man arrested for driving under the influence in the 1100 block of Seacoast Drive

1:01 a.m., shoplifting reported at CVS in the 800 block of Palm Avenue. Liquor reported stolen worth an estimated $42

10:33 a.m., 41-year-old woman arrested with a felony bench warrant on Donax Avenue

12:15 p.m., 41-year-old man cited and released for possession of unlawful paraphernalia in the 700 block of 10th Street

5:45 p.m., 33-year-old man arrested with flash incarceration in the 1000 block of Seacoast Drive

11:26 p.m., juvenile arrested for battery on person in the 1400 block of Hemlock Avenue


Jan. 2

1:54 p.m., petty theft reported in the 900 block of Beverly Avenue. Household goods and gasoline reported stolen worth an estimated $116

4:54 p.m., 30-year-old man arrested with felony bench warrant in the 1300 block of Holly Avenue

5:59 p.m., theft by use of access card information reported in the 1400 block of 13th Street

 

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

 

Jan. 1

12:39 a.m., juvenile arrested for battery on person in the 1100 block of Imperial Beach Boulevard

2:05 a.m., 25-year-old woman arrested for being drunk in public in the 1000 block of 12th Street

3:29 a.m., 32-year-old man arrested for parole violation and 33-year-old woman arrested for being drunk in public at the corner of Carolina Street and Palm Avenue

4:58 a.m., residential burglary and vehicle theft reported in the 600 block of Emory Street. Electronics, music equipment and video games reported worth an estimated $6,500

9:52 a.m., vehicle burglary reported in the 1600 block of Seacoast Drive. Backpack, clothes and electronics reported worth an estimated $490 stolen

11:52 a.m., vehicle theft reported at the corner of Florida Street and Palm Avenue. Stolen black sedan worth an estimated $21,000

8:32 p.m., vehicle theft reported in the 1100 block of Donax Avenue. Stolen vehicle worth an estimated $1,500


Dec. 31

8:19 p.m., 49-year-old man arrested for assault with a deadly weapon with lethal cutting instrument in the 900 block of Palm Avenue.


Dec. 30

7:13 a.m., vehicle burglary reported in the 1300 block of 13th Street. Tools stolen from Rescue Rooter vehicle worth an estimated $2,600

4:28 p.m., commercial burglary, forgery reported at Money Tree in the 800 block of 13th Street.


Dec. 28

11:57 a.m., 58-year-old man cited and released for shoplifting at Goodwill in the 800 block of Palm Avenue. Stolen and recovered pants worth an estimated $12.99

3:33 p.m., 30-year-old man cited and released for driving under the influence, driving with suspended or revoked license prior to DUI conviction and operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol level above 0.01 percent while on probation for DUI on Dickinson Street in San Diego

8:30 p.m., 35-year-old man arrested for being drunk in public in the 600 block of 10th Street


Dec. 27

8:11 p.m., false imprisonment, exhibiting firearm and receiving known stolen property in the 1200 block of Donax Avenue. Pistol recovered from scene


Dec. 19

3:55 p.m., residential burglary reported in the 800 block of 5th Street. Computer and video games reported stolen worth an estimated $626

Ed Sorrels January 09, 2013 at 05:19 AM
Jan 4 20013, 5;45 P.M. Does anyone know what "Flash incarceration is ??? Did the set him afire or what ?
Libi Uremovic January 10, 2013 at 02:35 AM
ed, i asked the same question last month and someone emailed me and said it meant that they can just pick a person up at any time and put them in jail... i have never heard of it before.... i have no idea how long this has been going on, but i don't think that 'clause' was an option 20 years ago...
Ed Sorrels January 10, 2013 at 11:56 PM
Thank's Libi, I have been around a bit longer than you and have never heard of it either, I think I will call the D.A. office and get a bit more info on this, if there was no crime, no warrant, no arrest and hold from a parole officer I can't see where it comes from legally ! But thank's it was a mystery to me !
Ed Sorrels January 11, 2013 at 04:41 AM
Libi, It is something new related to revocation of parole or probation, Part of a bill last year. See below ! Elliot ZarabiPro Los Angeles Criminal Defense Contributor Level 18 EmailVisit website1 Lawyer agrees Answered 5 months ago. "Flash incarceration" is a period of detention in county jail due to a violation of an offender's conditions of postrelease supervision. The length of the detention period can range between one and 10 consecutive days. Flash incarceration is a tool that may be used by each county agency responsible for postrelease supervision. Shorter, but if necessary more frequent, periods of detention for violations of an offender's postrelease supervision conditions shall appropriately punish an offender while preventing the disruption in a work or home establishment that typically arises from longer term revocations. I hope this answers your question. Elliot Zarabi
Paul Dykes January 16, 2013 at 03:50 AM
Wow. That's my phrase of the day! I'm gonna see how many conversations I can slip it into....

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