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Daily Watch Notes: Property Crimes in Foothills on Monday, 1/19/15

Robbery to a Business:  1, 13400-block of Central to dining/take-out establishment.

Robbery to a Residence:  0

Robbery to an Individual:  0

Stolen Vehicles:  3; One on 11200-block of Towner to vehicle parked on the street, one at 12000-block of Menaul, one at 5800-block of Eubank at apartment complex parking lot, vehicle had key inside and unattended.

Burglary to a Business/Commercial: 1, on 300-block of Western Skies SE to an apartment complex office.

Burglaries to a Residence: 4, One at 200-block of Westerns Skies SE to apartment via forced entry (breaking window with a rock), one at 600-block of Manor Court sometime between 1/17-1/19 and entry via a window at the back of the home, one at 10400-block of San Jacinto sometime over holiday weekend and entry made via kicking in back door of the home, one at 1600-block of Figueroa via breaking French doors. 

Burglaries to Vehicles: 6,  One on 10600-block of San Jacinto, one on 2400-block of Chelwood Park Blvd, one on 1400-block of Vinca Trail, one on 12400-block of Morrow, one on 2500-block of Chelwood Park Blvd, one at 3200-block of Chelwood Park Blvd.

One item stolen in the Foothills with a tracker was traced to a South West Area Command location.  One victim was able to provide video surveillance of 2 male teens breaking into the vehicle.  An arrest was made at another location of an offender. One vehicle was burglarized while the victim was moving items from the vehicle into the residence.

As citizens, we cannot afford to leave vehicles unlocked or to leave any items of value in an unattended vehicle. 

Do not take it for granted that you are parked in front of your home, at church, etc. — it only takes seconds to break into a vehicle.  Leaving vehicles unlocked with items inside makes it even easier for criminals to victimize you. 

Please call 242-COPS from a safe place to report any suspicious or criminal activity on your block, at your business or at a parking lot to curb these auto burglary cases.

If you want to start a Neighborhood Watch group, contact APD Crime Prevention Manager Steve Sink at 244-6644 to get a starter kit!

  • janet butts

    It is MOST helpful to receive the details of the crimes, the places of break-in, what was taken, etc. This info helps us understand better what we must do to prevent easy targets and opportunities! Thank you, Jill!