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Canyon Country East Crime Report: Property crimes investigated

Posted: January 31, 2013 4:07 p.m.
Updated: January 31, 2013 4:07 p.m.
 

The following is a snapshot of Part-1 crimes reported last week.

11 Part-1 crimes were reported in Zone 8 last week:

Burglary:
18000 Block of Sundowner Way – Suspect gained access to the victim’s apartment due to a faulty door lock. The suspect stole jewelry and the victim’s wallet.
27000 Block of Rock Rose Lane –Suspect gained access to the victim’s apartment by prying open the side garage door. Suspect stole a water heater, stove, and kitchen cabinets.
29000 Block of Canyon Rim Place – Suspect pried open a screen on an open window. The suspect was scared off and never entered the victim’s apartment. The victim was home at the time.
16000 Block of Soledad Canyon Road – Terrific Nails – Suspect possibly used a key to gain access to the victim’s business. Suspects stole numerous machines related to the nail business and $300.
18000 Block of Sundowner Way – Suspect gained access to the victim’s garage by prying open the side door. Victim’s car was parked in the garage and also ransacked. Nothing was taken.

Larceny:
28000 Block of Sand Canyon – Suspect gained access to the victim’s vehicle through an unknown method and stole electronic and other personal items.
Jakes Way X Eleanor Circle – Suspect smashed the window of the victim’s vehicle and stole his IPod. Suspect also stole the vehicle’s hub caps.
28000 Block of Dune Lane – Suspect used a key to access battery storage boxes belonging to Time Warrner Cable.
18000 Block of Sundowner Way – Victim was sitting in his house when the power went out. Victim discovered suspect had taken a 50 AMP circuit breaker out of the breaker box.

Grand Theft Auto:
26000 Block of McMillian Ranch Road – Suspect stole the victim’s 2008 Mazda 3 from the driveway of his residence. The keys were left in the vehicle. The victim’s vehicle was recovered the next day.

Arson:
Suspect burned a 3X3 hole in the synthetic playground area of Sulfur Springs Elementary School.

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