Sheriff’s Reports

Among reports filed at sheriff’s Ramona station:

Monday, Jan. 28

•Male, 20, arrested, suspected of being drunk in public, 1600 block of Montecito Road.

Sunday, Jan. 27

•Male, 18, arrested, suspected of possessing narcotic controlled substance, F and Eighth streets.

•Residential burglary, 900 block of Main Street.

•Male, 41, arrested, warrant, 1600 La Brea Street.

•Petty theft, 17300 block of Del Amo Road, $45 worth of gasoline stolen.

Saturday, Jan. 26

•Male, 33, arrested, suspected of being drunk in public, 600 block of 14th Street.

•Female, 30, arrested, suspected of battery, 600 block of 14th Street.

•Male, 31, arrested, suspected of possessing narcotic controlled substance, use/under influence of controlled substance, and soliciting without ID or permit, 22400 block of Little Klondike Road.

•Identification and ATM card found, 500 block of D Street.

•Vehicle theft, 1300 block of E Street. Pickup valued at $5,000 stolen between 10:30 p.m. Jan. 25 and 6:30 a.m. Jan. 26.

Friday, Jan. 25

•Male, 50, arrested, suspected of possessing controlled substance, appropriating lost property, and buying, etc. personal property with ID removed, 700 block of Main Street.

•Juvenile arrested, suspected of being a minor possessing marijuana on grounds during school activities, 600 block of Eighth Street.

Thursday, Jan. 24

•Juvenile arrested, suspected of petty theft and being minor possessing/purchasing smoking paraphernalia, Starbucks, 1300 block of Main Street.

•Male, 28, arrested, warrant, 1700 block of La Brea Street.

Wednesday, Jan. 23

•Male, 24, arrested, suspected of use/under influence of controlled substance and obstruct/resist peace officer/emergency medical technician, 400 block of North 14th Street.

•Theft by use of access card information, 1400 block of Main Street, $200.

•Missing juvenile/runaway, 24500 block of Rutherford Road.

Tuesday, Jan. 22

•Female, 19, arrested, suspected of use/under influence of controlled substance, Kelly Avenue at Pala Street.

Monday, Jan. 21

•Residential burglary, 400 block of Main Street. A $900 computer and $80 worth of computer equipment stolen.

•Female, 29, arrested, warrant, 3300 block of State Route 67.

•Male, 34, arrested, suspected of receiving known stolen property, 1900 block of Kelly Avenue.

•Male, 25, arrested, suspected of spousal/cohabitant abuse with minor injury and obstruct use of any wireless communication device.

Sunday, Jan. 20

•Male, 45, arrested, suspected of wilful cruelty to child without injury or death, receiving known stolen property, possessing controlled property, and conspiracy: commit crime, 200 block of Durgin Street. A second male, 52, arrested, suspected of residential burglary and conspiracy: commit crime, 200 block of Durgin Street.

•Male, 43, arrested, suspected of assault with deadly weapon: not firearm, 500 block of B Street.

•Found property, 400 block of Penn Street. Rifle, ammunition, magazine and knife found.

•Male, 27, cited and released, suspected of possessing 1 ounce or less of marijuana while driving.

Saturday, Jan. 19

•Male, 31, arrested, suspected of use/under influence of controlled substance, Main Street.

•Male, 44, arrested, suspected of possessing controlled substance and use/under influence of controlled substance.

Friday, Jan. 18

•Vandalism, 1400 block of Hanson Lane, $600 damage to a van.

•Spousal/cohabitant abuse with minor injury, 1700 block of La Brea Street.

Thursday, Jan. 17

•Commercial burglary, Country Village Store, 23658 San Vicente Road, occurred between 10 p.m. Jan. 16 and 7 a.m. Jan. 17. Miscellaneous items valued at $150 stolen and recovered.

•Petty theft from vehicle, 100 block of Sixth Street, $100 paintball fun, $100 portable music radio, $100 worth of miscellaneous items, and papers stolen.

•Threaten crime with intent to terrorize report, 1500 block of Hanson Lane.

•Commercial burglary, 1700 block of Olive Street, tools, automotive parts, jacket, pants, sunglasses, and miscellaneous items stolen between 10 p.m. Jan. 16 and 6:15 a.m. Total value: $715.

•Male, 34, arrested, suspected of being drunk in public, 600 block of E Street.

•Male, 30, arrested, suspected of threatening executive officer with violence, 1800 block of Raymond Avenue.

Wednesday, Jan. 16

•Male, 23, arrested, suspected of use/under influence of controlled substance and possessing unlawful paraphernalia, 500 block of 14th Street.

•Petty theft from building, 14000 block of Fernbrook Drive. Wallet, identification, credit cards, military ID and $2 cash stolen.

•Male, 23, arrested, warrant, A Street at Seventh Street.

•Male, 42, arrested, suspected of use/under influence of controlled substance, D Street.

•Male, 42, arrested, suspected of petty theft with prior jail term and petty theft from building, McDonald’s, 1550 Main Street.

Tuesday, Jan. 15

•Vandalism, McDonald’s, 1550 Main St., $200 damage.

•Male, 48, arrested, suspected of possessing controlled substance and warrant, 800 block of D Street.

•Juvenile arrested, suspected of minor possessing/purchasing smoking paraphernalia, 1400 block of Main Street.

Monday, Jan. 14

•Residential burglary and vehicle theft, 17700 block of Ridgeview Lane. Pickup stolen and recovered.

Friday, Jan. 11

•Three juveniles arrested, suspected of crimes in 1500 block of Hanson Lane. One, arrested on Kelly Avenue, suspected of possessing marijuana on grounds during school activities; one, arrested on 14th Street, suspected of possessing marijuana on grounds during school activities; one, arrested on Calle Amistad, suspected of selling/furnishing marijuana/hashish.

Compiled by Maureen Robertson

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