Cypress police blotter

Cypress police blotter, February 21 to February 27, 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.

February 21, 2019

Fraud Report – 3:07 p.m. – 10600 Tammy St. – An unknown suspect reportedly used the caller’s card to make a $1201 purchase. Report taken.
Suspicious Subject – 5:11 p.m. – 4200 block of Avenida Sevilla – A male subject reportedly knocked on the door, asking if another subject lived at the location, then left on foot. The resident was concerned because the subject was unknown to the resident and caretaker.

February 22, 2019

Petty Theft – 1:45 p.m. – 6800 block of Katella Ave. – A subject was reportedly in the in the parking lot with ink cartridges. The subject appeared to be talking to a female by a vehicle and then got into the vehicle. Police confirmed the crime with Security and located the vehicle. Police performed an in-field ID with Security, and the subject was positively identified. $557.62 in stolen property was recovered. The male subject was arrested. The female subject was cited for driving on a suspended license. A tow truck was requested for the vehicle.
Fraud Report – 6:38 p.m. – 5400 block of Katella Ave. – A customer reportedly paid with a counterfeit $100 bill. The subject was cooperative and waiting for the police. The customer told the reporting party that they got it at a casino. Report taken.

February 23, 2019

Illegally Parked Vehicle – 1:33 p.m. – 5500 block of Camp St. – The caller’s neighbor reportedly had their vehicle on the caller’s property. There was no divider between their driveways. The caller asked them to move it and they told her that since she doesn’t park there, they can. All parties were counseled. There was no crime. The reporting party was counseled regarding possible solutions.
Patrol Check – 5:33 p.m. – Undisclosed location – Three male subjects reportedly told the acller to go back to her country. The subjects were gone on the arrival of police.

February 24, 2019

Disturbance (Juveniles) – 2:17 a.m. – 10000 block of Valley View St. – Two male juveniles were reportedly throwing rocks at the windows. Party advised and will comply. At least one subject had been drinking and was escorted away by another friend. Advised regarding trespassing.
Water Problem – 8:42 a.m. – 4300 block of Lincoln Ave. – A passerby reported that a sprinkler was broken off and water was shooting up into the air. Checked okay.

February 25, 2019

Counseling – 10:34 a.m. – 5275 Orange Ave. (Cypress Police Department) – A female subject stated that she wasn’t receiving payment on a winning lottery ticket. Counseled.
Counseling – 12:13 p.m. – 9300 block of Vista Bonita – The reporting party requested counseling regarding the RP’s mother’s funeral and concerns that his brother may cause problems.

February 26, 2019

Reckless Driving – 11:52 a.m. – Valley View/Cerritos – A large white semi truck with machinery on the back was reportedly swerving all over lanes of traffic. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.
Counseling – 10:35 p.m. – 5200 block of Vista Hermosa – The caller was in a social media feud with another subject. The caller was concerned due to a grandmother and adult daughter and requested extra patrol checks during the week.

February 27, 2019

Suspicious Occupied Vehicle – 11:47 a.m. – 9100 block of Watson St. – The caller reported that a male subject had been living in the vehicle in the parking lot for about three weeks. Police arrested the subject for an outstanding warrant and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Burglary Report – 4:54 p.m. – 4400 block of Casa Grande Cir. –A subject reportedly cut the lock off the carport storage area. Another police department called the reporting party and had a male subject detained with the RP’s property. The victim stated that the incident occurred on February 13 between 4 a.m. and 6 a.m. The loss was two plastic storage containers, one with personal paperwork and the other with assorted tools. The victim said that there was nothing of value in the loss except for an old ID that was recovered by the Huntington Beach Police Department. Prosecution was desired.