Sheriff’s report, Oct 6


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Wed, October 6, 2010


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Two weeks worth of reports, including a garbage truck brok a hydrant in El Granada, x cases of public intoxication, several auto vandalisms in El Granada and one in Moonridge, meth, a woman was rescued off the Johnson Pier in Princeton, 2 DUI’s, and identity theft. Then this:

After smoking methamphetamine, the suspect left a blow torch burning in a commercial storage yard which was unlawfully rented as a residential address.  The propane torch and a nearby container of gunpowder exploded and caused a fire next to 1.1 lbs of explosive detonation cord. Fire arrived and discovered numerous hazardous, illegal materials and a variety of health and safety code violations.  Sheriff’s Deputies arrested the subject for being under the influence of methamphetamine, negligently starting a fire, being a felon in possession of a loaded firearm and being in possession of over a pound of explosive detonation cord. The subject was booked into the county jail.

and this:

Deputies responded Seton Coastside on a report of a resident intentionally running over another resident’s foot with her wheel chair.

 

Incident Report
09/22/10 @ 0933 hours
Columbus St / San Juan, El Granada
The driver of a garbage truck accidentally hit a fire hydrant as he was making a turn. Large amounts of water ran down the street damaging a few yards before the water district arrived on scene and shut it down.

Incident Report
09/22/10 @ 1338 hours
600 Marine Blvd, Moss Beach
Deputies responded Seton Coastside on a report of a resident intentionally running over another resident’s foot with her wheel chair.

Incident Report
09/23/10 @ 1430 hours
1400 block of Audubon Ave, Montara
Deputies were dispatched to Audubon Avenue on a report of drug activity that occurred earlier in the evening involving the reporting party’s developmentally disabled son and another juvenile in the area.  Deputies spoke to both parties involved and they came to a mutual understanding that they would no longer contact each other.

Public Intoxication
09/25/10 @ 0225 hours
Capistrano Road, Princeton
Deputies were on routine patrol when they came upon a male subject walking in the middle of Hwy 1. They contacted the subject who told them that he was walking home to Montara. He was found to be highly intoxicated and unable to care for himself. He was arrested and taken to the county jail.

Vandalism
09/24/10 @ 2100 hours
900 block of The Alameda, El Granada
Unknown suspects cut holes in two tires on the victim’s vehicle causing $400 worth of damage.

Vandalism
09/25/10 @ 1845 hours
Salas Road, Moonridge
Unknown suspects spray painted graffiti on the rear driver’s side quarter panel of the victim’s vehicle causing $1000 damage.

Vandalism
09/26/10 @ 1200 hours
900 block of Salvador St, El Granada
Unknown suspects vandalized a boat by spray painting the bench seat. The damage to the boat was estimated at $500.

Drugs
09/27/10 @ 1506 hours
800 block of Airport St, Princeton
Deputies conducted a probation search inside the motor home. During the search methamphetamine was located. The subject was arrested and taken to the county jail.

Incident Report
09/28/10 @ 1254 hours
Johnson Pier, Princeton
An elderly female subject was found in the water at the end of Johnson Pier.  The subject was rescued from the water and CPR was administered. Paramedics arrived and subject was determined to have a pulse.  The subject was then transported to Seton Hospital in Daly City for emergency medical treatment.

DUI
09/28/10 @ 2057 hours
Cabrillo Hwy / Capistrano Road, Princeton
Deputies made a traffic stop and contacted the driver. Deputies could smell the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the driver. The driver could not recall what or where she consumed the alcohol. Field sobriety tests were conducted and failed. The driver was arrested and taken to the county jail.

Medical Call
09/29/10 @ 2121 hours
700 block of El Granada Blvd, El Granada
Deputies responded to a report of a female threatening to jump off the roof of the house. The female was located and found to be heavily intoxicated, barefoot, uncooperative, yelling, cursing and acting bizarre. She was transported to the hospital for a medical evaluation.

DUI
09/29/10 @ 2304 hours
Cabrillo Hwy / Coronado St, El Granada
Deputies observed a vehicle having trouble staying within the designated lines on the highway. They made a traffic stop and found the driver to be driving under the influence of an alcoholic beverage. He was arrested and taken to the county jail.

Vandalism
10/01/10 @ 0630 hours
100 block of Avenue Alhambra, El Granada
Unknown suspects smashed the driver side window, right passenger side window and the right rear passenger side window of the victim’s vehicle. The damage was estimated at $500.

Drugs
10/01/10 @ 1555 hours
Yale Ave, Princeton
After smoking methamphetamine, the suspect left a blow torch burning in a commercial storage yard which was unlawfully rented as a residential address.  The propane torch and a nearby container of gunpowder exploded and caused a fire next to 1.1 lbs of explosive detonation cord. Fire arrived and discovered numerous hazardous, illegal materials and a variety of health and safety code violations.  Sheriff’s Deputies arrested the subject for being under the influence of methamphetamine, negligently starting a fire, being a felon in possession of a loaded firearm and being in possession of over a pound of explosive detonation cord. The subject was booked into the county jail.

Public Intoxication
10/02/10 @ 0211
Capistrano Road, Princeton
Deputies contacted a male subject standing in the middle of the street waving his hands in the air. The subject was highly intoxicated and refused to cooperate with the Deputies questioning. He insisted that they take him to jail. So they did. He was booked for public intoxication.

Theft
10/04/10 @ 1300 hours
700 block of Buena Vista, Moss Beach
Unknown suspects used the victim’s credit card to make fraudulent charges to the victims account. The charges originated in London. The victim then received a call asking if a person had permission to use his card to charge airline tickets in Germany. He does not know how someone would have gained access to his credit card information but advised that he routinely made purchases online.