Vandalism spree leads to suspect’s arrest

A vandalism spree in San Diego Country Estates led to the arrest of a 29-year-old Ramona man Saturday morning.

Deputies responded to a call of a prowler in the 16100 block of Arena Drive around 7:45 a.m. and arrested Raymond Ramos for suspicion of vandalism, use/under the influence of controlled substances, and a felony warrant, according to the sheriff’s Ramona station.

Listed as property damaged or destroyed were windows, estimated at $500, $600, and $900, structure of a single family home estimated at $2,000, and vandalism to a pickup truck and car. Five people were listed as victims of the vandalism.

Among buildings damaged were a vacant store in the Estates shopping center on San Vicente Road and Los Amigos, a restaurant in the center, which reported that a rock had been thrown through its front window.

Among other reports:

Sunday, Aug. 4

Grand theft, 1100 block of Cook Street. Power tools stolen. Total value: $1,069.

Violation of domestic relations court order, 25000 block of Poderio Drive.

•Female, 51, arrested, 1700 block of La Brea Street, suspected of battery on person and drunk in public.

Saturday, Aug. 3

•Male, 35, arrested, Main Street, suspected of possession of controlled substances.

•Male, 27, arrested, 100 block of 14th Street, suspected of threatening crime with intent to terrorize.

•Male, 23, arrested, 900 block of Main Street, suspected of use/under the influence of controlled substances, possession of unlawful paraphernalia, felony bench warrant and misdemeanor bench warrant.

Friday, Aug. 2

•Male 19, arrested, 300 block of Seventh Street, suspected of receiving known stolen property. Items stolen and recovered from Slappy’s Garage were $100 skateboard, $218 skateboard, $80 wheels, $60 shoes, $60 shoes, $30 gloves, and $250 of miscellaneous. Also stolen were $120 skateboard, $1,800 clothing, $200 skateboard, $6 tools and $100 miscellaneous items.

•Male, 46, arrested, 100 block of Ramona Street, suspected of violating domestic relations court order.

Thursday, Aug. 1

Female, 33, arrested, 800 block of A Street, suspected of possession of narcotic controlled substances, use/under the influence of controlled substances and possession of unlawful paraphernalia. Female, 23, arrested, suspected of use/under the influence of controlled substances.

Wednesday, July 31

Male, 54, arrested, 1700 block of La Brea Street, violating felony parole.

•Male, 43, arrested, 1700 block of Montecito Road, suspected of use/under the influence of controlled substances and misdemeanor bench warrant.

•Vandalism, Aqua Lane, pickup truck owned by Julian Union School District, damage estimated at $1,000.

•Get credit with another’s identification, 15700 block of Vista Vicente Drive.

•Male, 35, arrested, 1700 block of La Brea St., suspected of possession of controlled substances and use/under the influence of controlled substances.

Tuesday, July 30

Female, 29, arrested, 700 block of A Street, suspected of being drunk in public.

•Get credit with another’s ID, valued at $93.79, 2500 block of Main Street.

•Commercial burglary, James Zenovic Construction, 19700 block of State Route 78. Kitchen appliances worth $400 and $800.

•Get credit with another’s ID, valued at $2,075, 1400 block of Montecito Road.

Monday, July 29

Domestic violence, 16300 block of Spangler Peak Road.

•Residential burglary, 1700 block of La Brea Street. Computer, worth $1,100 and miscellaneous audio/video equipment, valued at $925.

•Missing juvenile/runaway, 200 block of Sawday Street.

•Domestic violence, 20000 block of Rustic Road.

•Commercial burglary, Ramona High School, 1401 Hanson Lane. Food items, estimated at $100.

Sunday, July 28

Vandalism to vehicle, 600 block of Telford Lane. $650 worth of damage.

•Child abuse, 20000 block of Black Canyon Road.

•Male, 19, arrested, 1400 block of Main Street, suspected of being drunk in public.

Friday, July 26

•Female, 53, arrested, 1200 block of H Street, suspected of being drunk in public.

•Female, 27, arrested, 1800 block of Main Street, suspected of commercial burglary at Dollar Tree. Items reported stolen: $3 worth of clothing and $1 miscellaneous .

•Male, 19,  arrested, 700 block of 12th Street, suspected of contempt of court-disobey court order.

Thursday, July 25

•Juvenile arrested, 400 block of Aqua Lane, suspected of selling/furnishing marijuana/hashish, possession of marijuana for sale, possession of unlawful paraphernalia and curfew violation.

•Vehicle burglary, 23900 block of Green Haven Lane. Reported stolen were miscellaneous items estimated at $590, $480, and $200, an $875 electronic component, and $300 worth of tools.

•Male, 65, arrested, 25800 block of E. Old Julian Highway, suspected of spousal/cohabitant abuse with minor injury.

Wednesday, July 24

•Grand theft, 1200 block of Main Street. Bicycle valued at $1,000 and $20 lock.

•Domestic  violence, 1800 block of Cedar Street.

•Petty theft of $200 construction equipment and $300 beer keg, 2700 block of Robertson Street.

•Petty theft, 23200 block of Sageland Drive. Miscellaneous items, valued at $30 and $300 stolen and recovered.

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2 Comments for “Vandalism spree leads to suspect’s arrest”

  1. Marc

    Another Mexican criminal. Too many illegals causing more problems. Blame the parents for teaching their kids that laws don't matter. And then they go to church and pretend to be Christians.

    • T B

      That is horrifically racist and ignorant. There is no indication this person is illegal, and even if they were I don't see how that is an indictment on all Mexican Americans. What does church have to do with this at all? You know what else is a symptom of someone pretending to be a Christian? Everything you just wrote.

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