Cypress police blotter

Cypress police blotter, January 17 to January 23, 2019

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

January 17, 2019

Traffic Hazard – 1:43 p.m. – Glenbrook/Hanover – A large red truck was reportedly parked on Glenbrook at Hanover, unoccupied, obstructing the view of passing vehicles. The truck was moved.
Unknown Trouble – 6:53 p.m. – 10000 block of Saint Sophia Cir. – The caller’s brother was reportedly drunk and violent. Police detained a subject and applied a hobble. The subject was arrested for public intoxication and parole violation.

January 18, 2019

Petty Theft – 12:35 p.m. – 5400 block of Katella Ave. – A male subject reportedly concealed an electronic item in his pants. The subject was detained and was arrested by police for an outstanding no-bail warrant for burglary and check fraud. No prosecution was desired for the theft from the business.
Counseling – 3:37 p.m. – 7200 block of Juanita St. – The caller stated that she was moving out of the location and scheduled a final inspection walkthrough for January 20 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. When she returned home from work on January 13, she found a notice on her front door from the office, informing her that they had made entry and performed her final inspection at 2 p.m., without her consent. She stated that this was unlawful entry and desired civil litigation. Log item issued.

January 19, 2019

Traffic Hazard – 2:33 p.m. – Valley View/Orangewood – In the center median, water from the sprinklers was reportedly going in the southbound lanes, causing vehicles to swerve. All valves were turned off. The water was possibly due to a leak in the sprinkler line. Message delivered to Public Works.
Grand Theft Report – 4:56 p.m. – 6600 block of Vinalhaven Ct. – The caller’s gun was reportedly missing and the caller felt it was stolen. The caller was unsure of when it was taken and did not know what make it was, only that it was a .38 caliber.

January 20, 2019

Vehicle Check – 8:31 a.m. – 9200 block of Bloomfield – A vehicle was reportedly parked with the trunk and hood open and appeared to have been rummaged through. Police were unable to contact the registered owner or confirm a crime. The management was going to have the vehicle towed due to it being parked in another resident’s parking spot.
Traffic Hazard – 12:29 p.m. – Undisclosed location – The caller reported a large amount of wire in the lanes of traffic, possibly having fallen off a truck. Edison was unaware of any wires being lost. Police moved most of the wires out of the lanes, but they were still in the roadway. Public Works advised.

January 21, 2019

Hazard – 1:52 p.m. – 6200 block of Ferne Ave. – A tree was reportedly down, blocking lanes of traffic. No property was damaged. Public Works notified.
Hazard – 4:23 p.m. – 4800 block of Newman Ave. – A large City tree had reportedly fallen. Police requested Public Works for a large palm tree and wires down. The wires blocking residences. Southern California Edison notified. Newman Ave was shut down between Ethel and Gregory in both directions. Public Works responded and an Edison crew as dispatched.

January 22, 2019

Counseling – 1:24 p.m. – 9000 block of Bloomfield – The reporting party was receiving harassing messages on her phone. The suspect was the reporting party’s best friend’s ex-wife. Counseled.
Petty Theft Report – 3:49 p.m. – 9800 block of Valley View St. – A car battery was stolen from a vehicle in the parking lot at the location. No report desired. Log item issued.

January 23, 2019

Traffic Hazard – 11:45 a.m. – 10100 block of Valley View St. – A male subject in a wheelchair was reportedly doing donuts on purpose. Police were unable to locate the subject.
Suspicious Circumstances – 11:41 p.m. – 9100 block of Palm Ct. – An unknown subject was reportedly knocking on the door. The reporting party was unsure what the person was saying. Police determined that the subject knocking at the door was a neighbor trying to tell the reporting party that his garage door was open with his vehicle still running inside.