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Residential Burglary, Drug Arrests in Sheriff's Blotter

Five controlled substances arrests and four burglary arrests have been made since Oct. 30.

The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department Imperial Beach substation reported the following arrests and crimes from Oct. 30 to Nov. 5. If you see a crime, please report it to the Sheriff's Department.

 

Nov. 4

1:31 a.m., 31-year-old man arrested for being drunk in public on Palm Avenue


Nov. 3

9:55 p.m., 49-year-old man arrested for parole violation on Ebony Avenue


Nov. 2

3:29 a.m., two 18-year-old men arrested for the use and being under the influence of controlled substances at the corner of Seacoast Drive and Palm Avenue

4:15 a.m., 23-year-old man arrested for the use and being under the influence of controlled substances on Imperial Beach Boulevard

5:43 a.m., 38-year-old man arrested for residential burglary on Imperial Beach Boulevard

9:18 a.m., vehicle theft reported on 12th Street. Stolen vehicle worth an estimated $500

9:36 a.m., vehicle burglary reported on Imperial Beach Boulevard. Wallet, ID and credit cards reported stolen worth an estimated $76

11:15 a.m., vehicle theft reported on Palm Avenue. Stolen vehicle worth an estimated $3,000

9:22 p.m., 26-year-old man arrested for vandalism of City of Imperial Beach property on Seacoast Drive. Miscellaneous furniture damage worth an estimated $950

9:24 p.m., 46-year-old man arrested for being drunk in public on Imperial Beach Boulevard


Nov. 1

12:47 a.m., robbery reported at the corner of Rainbow Drive and Palm Avenue. Skateboard reported stolen worth an estimated $200

5:53 a.m., residential burglary reported on 14th Street. Credit cards, purse and wallet reported stolen worth an estimated $10

6:50 a.m., vehicle theft reported on Imperial Beach Boulevard. Stolen vehicle worth an estimated $15,000

8:40 a.m., petty theft reported on Palm Avenue. Electronic component reported stolen worth an estimated $589

9:43 a.m., petty theft reported on 11th Street. Cell phone reported stolen worth an estimated $100

1:43 p.m., 49-year-old woman and 32-year-old man arrested for the use and being under the influence of controlled substances on 8th Street

8:31 p.m., 53-year-old woman held with with citizen's arrest, then cited and released for battery on person on Grove Avenue


Oct. 31

1:20 p.m., 32-year-old man arrested for being drunk in public with flash incarceration on Delaware Street

7:06 p.m., 18-year-old man arrested for battery with serious bodily injury and obstructing a peace officer or emergency medical technician. Victim suffered severe laceration and unconsciousness

8:46 p.m., 50-year-old man arrested for being drunk in public on 7th Street


Oct. 30

1:33 a.m., vandalism reported on Palm Avenue, with about $400 in damage reported

8:44 p.m., residential burglary reported on 13th Street. Athletic equipment and tools reported stolen worth an estimated $490

11:30 p.m., 20-year-old woman arrested with misdemeanor warrant on State Route 75

 

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

 

Oct. 29

6:34 p.m., residential burglary reported on Georgia Street. Computer, tools and other items reported stolen worth an estimated $1,030

7:18 p.m., simple battery reported on 7th Street

10:01 p.m., 45-year-old woman arrested for being drunk in public on Seacoast Drive


Oct. 27

2:47 a.m., 21-year-old woman arrested for driving under the influence at the corner of Florence Street and Elm Avenue


Oct. 23

12:53 a.m., 29-year-old man arrested for driving under the influence on Corvina Street


June 28

12:57 p.m., petty theft reported at 7-Eleven on Palm Avenue. Cigarettes reported stolen worth an estimated $11

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