MBNW CRIME LOG
4:30 p.m. - 4:40 p.m. 1700 block of
(Residential Burglary) Dispatch was advised that an alarm
was going off at the residence and police were dispatched.
Police did a perimeter check and found a screen that had
been torn off a west side window. The window was unlocked
and partially open. Later when the resident returned she did
not think entry had been made to the residence. A neighbor
heard the alarm and saw two suspects run into a waiting
vehicle, possibly a PT Cruiser or Chevrolet HHR, charcoal
grey or champagne in color with the partial license place of
5VY. One suspect was described as a white female, with dark
brown shoulder length hair in her early 20's and carrying a
backpack, and the other was a white male, Caucasian or
Hispanic, with a grey hooded sweatshirt and black ear-length
hair. A third suspect, the driver of the vehicle that never
exited the car was described as white female with shoulder
length blonde hair. The vehicle fled eastbound on Marine
Avenue towards Aviation Blvd. out of sight.
While interviewing the resident she stated that a similar
incident had occurred on 2/09/08 between the hours of 10
a.m. and 1 p.m. Unknown suspect(s) entered the residence
through an unlocked front door and took a purse, car key
with keyless remote, a house key wallet and necklace.
2/8/08 - 2/9/08
10 p.m. - 9 a.m. 1500 block of 6th
(Vehicle Burglary) The victim parked and locked her vehicle
in her driveway. She returned to discover the driver's door
was ajar and all the doors were unlocked. Unknown suspect(s)
entered the vehicle by unknown means and took a jacket from
the rear seat and the owner's manual from the glove
compartment. Also, the victim found her attached garage door
ajar when she returned later, but it appears nothing was
missing from the garage or the residence.
3 p.m. - 2:40 p.m. 1600 block of 6th
(Vehicle Burglary) The victim parked and locked his vehicle
on the street in front of his residence and returned to find
all the doors ajar. Unknown suspect(s) entered the vehicle
by unknown means and took a Sirius satellite radio and
antenna, and rifled through the glove compartment.
2/9/08 - 2/10/08
9 p.m. - 9 a.m. 1700 block of 3rd
(Vehicle Vandalism) The victim discovered two large holes in
both rear windows of his vehicle which was parked in his
driveway. No suspects were seen or heard.
a.m. - 1:22 a.m. Stratford Court
(Vehicle Vandalism) Unknown suspect(s) splattered eggs,
toilet paper, relish, catsup and an unknown sticky substance
on the victim's vehicle which was parked in the driveway.
4pm - 10am 1900 blk of Walnut Av
487 PC (Grand Theft) An unseen suspect took victim's $800
baby stroller from her front porch area. To access the front
porch area the suspect had to pass through an unlocked gate.
6:30pm - 3am 3200 blk of Oak Av
664/484 PC (Vehicle) Victim said she parked her vehicle in
front of her home. She stated that she did not lock her
vehicle. She stated that at that time her vehicle was intact
and all her property was contained within her vehicle.
Victim examined her vehicle and stated that it appeared that
her center console and her glove box were rummaged through.
She stated that none of her property is missing. Victim
stated that no one has permission to enter her vehicle,
ransack her vehicle, or remove anything from her vehicle.
8:30pm - 5:30am 3600 blk of Palm Av
459PC (Vehicle Burglary) Victim parked and locked her
vehicle in her driveway. When she returned to her vehicle
she discovered an unknown suspect had entered her vehicle by
breaking the front passenger window. The suspect stole her
briefcase from the front-passenger's floorboard
- 5:30am 600 blk of 33rd St
459PC (Vehicle Burglary) Victim stated she parked and
secured her vehicle on the north side of the street, in
front of her house, facing west. When she returned to her
vehicle her doors were still locked. She unlocked the
vehicle and entered the driver's side. As she did, she
noticed the passenger side window had been smashed and two
cloth handbags containing several white plastic shopping
bags had been stolen from the front seat.