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Cypress police blotter, October 4 to October 10

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The items shown below are culled from the logs of the Cypress Police Department. No inference of guilt is implied in showing any item.

October 4, 2012

SUSPICIOUS OCCUPIED VEHICLE – 1:36 a.m. – 5500 block of Danny Ave. - A white vehicle in front of the location was occupied by a subject and a dog. The caller believed in might be an old friend who was advised not to stay at the location. The subject had been known to sleep in the vehicle and also use drugs, but it wasn’t known if he was under the influence at the time. Party advised and will comply.
DISTURBANCE (Family) – 7:48 p.m. – 9500 block of Linda Ln. – The caller fled his residence and called from a business. A known male subject was at the residence, possibly under the influence of drugs, and demanded money from the elderly caller. The caller feared for his safety. The subject had been violent with him and his family in the past. Verbal disturbance between grandson and grandfather. Both subjects were counseled.

October 5, 2012

PETTY THEFT – 2:31 a.m. – 9500 block of Valley View – A subject was banging on the pay phone, trying to get money out of it. No crime was determined; the subject was advised and sent on his way.
PETTY THEFT REPORT – 3:38 p.m. – 8600 block of Watson - Backpacks and cell phones were taken while the caller’s sister and her friends were at the apart. Two juveniles were arrested.

October 6, 2012

ASSIST OTHER AGENCY – 12:00 a.m. – Coolidge/Grand (Buena Park) - A Cypress K-9 unit was called to assist in a pursuit in Station 23’s jurisdiction. The subject crashed and bailed on foot into a ravine. The canine was deployed after the subject ran into a house. The subject came out the back door and was taken into custody.
WELFARE CHECK – 5:35 p.m. – Belmont – Cypress police were asked to meet with Station 23 (Buena Park) regarding a male juvenile who said he was kicked out of his residence by his mother because he refused to use drugs with her. Child Protective Services was contacted. Assisted.

October 7, 2012

KEEP THE PEACE – 3:38 p.m. – 5700 block of Orange Ave. – The caller stated that the ice cream man tried to short the caller’s child by $1. The subject was gone on police arrival.
COUNSELING – 6:29 p.m. – 5100 block of Lincoln Ave. - The caller had been having ongoing problems with a female subject following her. The subject was accusing the caller of having an affair with her boyfriend. Per the caller, the subject keyed her vehicle two days prior. Counseled.

October 8, 2012

FRAUD – 3:59 p.m. – 5800 block of Lincoln Ave. - A male subject was trying to pass a credit card that didn’t belong to him. Police attempted to contact the owner of the card to determine if he was the victim of a crime. The owner advised that he was surfing in Huntington Beach and his vehicle was burglarized of his credit cards, iPhone, wallet, and driver’s license. The male subject was arrested for burglary, conspiracy, possession of stolen property, and fraud. The subject’s vehicle was towed.
BURGLARY REPORT – 8:20 p.m. – 9000 block of Bloomfield - The subject that the caller was renting to took appliances that belong to the caller when the subject moved. The loss was a stove, dishwasher, and refrigerator valued at $2000. Police spoke to both parties. The ex-tenant admitted to taking the property, and the caller will be taking the subject to civil court. Counseled.

October 9, 2012

COUNSELING – 9:52 a.m. – 9000 block of Grand Ci. - The caller requested an officer regarding getting her son to move out of the residence. Counseled.
FOUND PROPERTY – 12:53 p.m. – 4500 block of Cerritos Ave. - Large generators were found sitting on the front lawn of the business, having appeared sometime that morning. Report taken.

October 10, 2012

SUSPICIOUS PERSON – 6:11 a.m. – Windsor/Evergreen – A male subject matching the description of a suspicious subject seen earlier was seen looking into vehicles with a flashlight. The subject was arrested for an outstanding burglary warrant out of Kansas.
COUNSELING – 9:40 a.m. – Samoa - The caller wanted her son contacted regarding an ongoing problem with him driving recklessly in the neighborhood. The caller had attempted to counsel her son and he refused to listen. The caller had had neighbors contact her regarding same. Counseled.



About the Author

Katie
Born and raised in Orange County, I have a B.A. in English from the University of Southern California. I grew up on Star Trek, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Saturday morning PBS reruns of Doctor Who. I am also a proud volunteer with my local police department.



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