Sheriff’s report: May 25


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Wed, May 25, 2011


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Note: This includes the report for the week ending May 18.

A drunken altercation in Princeton, an auto burglary and another smashed window at Pescadero Beach, two automobile vandalized near Moonridge, an auto burglary at Surfers Beach, disturbing the peace in Moss Beach, and bad neighbors in Moss Beach:

A resident of Culebra Street invited a neighbor and his female friend into his home to eat brownies and watch television. A few hours had passed and two male subjects came to pick up the female. The homeowner allowed them into his house as well. When the three subjects left the residence the homeowner noticed that his car keys, cell phone and money were missing. The neighbor did not know the females last name or where to find her. They did have a cell phone number. The incident will be sent to the detective bureau for review.

 

Battery
05/11/11 @ 1000 hours
Johnson Pier, Princeton
On 05-11-2011, at approximately 1000 hours, an argument between two male subjects occurred behind Ketch Joanne’s Restaurant in Unincorporated San Mateo County. The altercation became physical and both subjects struck each other. During the altercation one subject received a small abrasion underneath his left eye and a swollen lip.

Public Intoxication
05/11/11 @ 1256 hours
Cabrillo Hwy / Vermont Ave, Moss beach
Deputies observed a subject walking with a staggered gait and stumbling on the shoulder as he was traveling southbound on the coast highway. On at least three separate occasions they observed the subject cross the solid white line into the lane of traffic forcing southbound vehicles to swerve to avoid him. Deputies conducted a welfare check on the subject at the intersection of Vermont Avenue and southbound Highway 1. He was very intoxicated and unable to care for himself. He was arrested for public intoxication and taken to the county jail.

Vehicle Tow
05/14/11 @ 0011 hours
Cabrillo Hwy / Pescadero Creek Road
Deputies made a traffic stop and found that the driver of the vehicle was not licensed. His license had been suspended. The driver was cited and the vehicle was towed.

Vandalism
05/14/11 @ 1641 hours
Cabrillo Hwy / Pescadero Creek Road
At approximately 1641 hours, Deputies were dispatched to the North Pescadero State Beach on a report of a vandalism. They met with the reporting party who led them to the right front passenger window of his vehicle that had been smashed.  The window was still in place, no entry was made into the vehicle. 

Auto Burglary
05/14/11 @ 1730 hours
Pescadero Creek Road, Pescadero
Deputies were approached by a citizen who told them that they had parked their vehicle in the Beach parking lot. When they returned to the vehicle they found that unknown suspects had broken both he the front and rear windows of the vehicle and removed a cell phone.

Auto Burglary
05/14/11 @ 1728 hours
Rossi Road Trail Head
The victim parked and locked her vehicle at the entrance to a trail head.  During her time away unknown suspect smashed the passenger side rear window with and unknown object and stole her purse and contents. 

Vehicle Recovery
05/16/11 @ 0809 hours
2300 block of Carlos Street, Moss Beach
Deputies observed a vehicle parked on Carlos Street with expired registration tabs. A routine check of the license plate revealed that it had been stolen out of Sacramento. There was no damage to the vehicle. The registered owner was contacted and came to pick up his vehicle.

Theft
05/16/11 @ 1619 hours
100 block of Culebra Street, Moss Beach
A resident of Culebra Street invited a neighbor and his female friend into his home to eat brownies and watch television. A few hours had passed and two male subjects came to pick up the female. The homeowner allowed them into his house as well. When the three subjects left the residence the homeowner noticed that his car keys, cell phone and money were missing. The neighbor did not know the females last name or where to find her. They did have a cell phone number. The incident will be sent to the detective bureau for review.

Vandalism
05/17/11 @ 0052 hours
Miramontes Point Road
The victim parked his vehicle at the corner of Highway 1 and Miramontes Point Road. The vehicle was locked. When he returned he discover an unknown subject had smashed his front and rear driver’s side windows, dented the driver’s side door, and keyed the passenger’s side door.  The victim stated he had already inventoried his vehicle and found nothing to be missing. He estimated it would cost $800 to replace the windows, $500 to fix the driver’s side door, and $300 to paint the driver’s side door.  He stated he has no enemies or clues to who would have damaged his car.

Vandalism
05/17/11 @ 0141 hours
Hawthorne Way, Moonridge
Deputies were taking a report of a vandalism when they learned of a second vandalism in the same area. They located the second vehicle and noticed that that the vehicle window had been smashed.  They contacted the owner who confirmed that nothing was taken from the vehicle. He estimated the cost to replace the window at $80.

Auto Burglary
05/19/11 @ 1450 hours
Surfers Beach parking Lot
Deputies took a report of an auto burglary. The victim told them that he had parked his vehicle in the surfers Beach Parking Lot and when he returned approximately 20 minutes later he noticed that his IPod and speakers had been taken from the front seat of his vehicle.

Disturbing the Peace
05/22/11 @ 1902 hours
100 block of Marine Blvd, Moss Beach
Deputies responded to a residence on Marine Blvd. on a report of a domestic disturbance. They contacted the female who told them that she and her boyfriend were drinking all day and he became upset about an incident at one of the local bars. He returned to the home and they would not let him in. It angered him so he broke a window. He was aggressive and combative with the Deputies. He was arrested and taken to the county jail.