Policer Blotter: Cat shooting and Demons Attack

GPD

Nov. 16

A family cat on Lilly Avenue was shot with a pellet gun and sustained serious injuries.

 

Nov. 21

 

3 a.m. Attempted burglary at the Gilroy Medical Pharmacy at 700 W. Sixth St.  An alarm was triggered and the burglar fled.

 

Overnight: A suspect drove onto the lawn at Crest Hill Park and spun donuts, causing serious damage to the lawn.

 

11 a.m. A woman stole two gold necklaces valued at $1,540 from a First Street store.

 

1:40 p.m. Two women stole numerous clothing items from the Ralph Lauren store. When employees tried to stop them from leaving without paying, they ran away. The theft was monitored on the store’s video camera.

 

7:02 p.m. Some children spotted three people breaking into unlocked cars at Greystone Court and Keystone Avenue.

 

9:55 p.m. Someone broke into a car and stole $1,000 cash on San Miguel Street. The suspect may have dropped a cell phone found at the scene. Police are investigating.

 

Nov. 22

 

2:33 a.m. A suspect bought a $350 Samsung Galaxy phone at an online site. When he showed up to meet the victim at Eigleberry Street and Sixth Street, he pulled a gun and stole the phone.

 

1:22 p.m. The Dodge dealership had a 2016 Dodge Dart stolen from its lot on Auto Mall Drive.

 

1:30 p.m. Someone stole 16 bottles of cologne from the Abercrombe and Fitch outlet store valued at $1,500.

 

Nov. 23

 

10 p.m. Someone walked out with $3,000 of tools from Home Depot. Police are reviewing video.

 

Nov. 24

 

8:32 a.m. A 58-year-old man called police to say that he was beaten up by four neighbors on El Cerrito Way. When officers arrived he told them that he had been attacked by demons and was holding his groin and rolled around on the front doorstep. He was arrested on narcotics charges.

 

8:55 a.m. A woman left her 2016 Honda Pilot running in her driveway on Siena Drive to warm it up. When she left her house, her grey 2016 Honda Pilot was stolen, along with two Michael Kors purses and her credit cards.

 

2 a.m. A red 2002 Toyota Camry was broken into on Hecker Pass Road and a $1,200 grey Macbook with a brown cover on it was stolen.

 

8:53 p.m. A man reportedly grabbed a woman and tried to steal her car at a Leavesley Road business. Police were called. When they arrived they said Juan Camargo, 18, waved a metal pipe at them and was arrested on suspicion of assault

 

10 p.m. Someone broke into a Welburn Avenue home when the victim had left for only an hour and they stole three  X Box 1 consoles and a Nintendo Wii valued at $1,900.

 

Nov. 25

6:30 a.m. Someone broke into two cars at Renz Lane and stole a $200 breast pump and messenger bags. The property was recovered. The suspects weren’t.

 

2:56 p.m. A man stole items from Walmart, stuffing candy into his pockets. Loss Prevention contacted him and he threatened them with bodily harm. He dropped a lock that he said he took from a propane storage unit outside the building. He then ran away, making off with a portable heater valued at $60 and $20 worth of candy.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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