Cypress police blotter

Cypress police blotter, March 7 to March 13, 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.

March 7, 2019

Robbery – 5:22 a.m. – 6200 block of Lincoln Ave. – The reporting party stated that his boyfriend’s friend came into room and took car keys. The boyfriend and the subject then left together. The caller believed that the boyfriend took the vehicle without permission bud did not desire prosecution at that time. Police were unable to confirm if a crime took place. The reporting party changed his statement regarding the location of the incident when interviewed by Buena Park Police. The reporting party refused to provide name and contact information for the other parties.
Lost Property – 11:52 a.m. – 5100 block of Canterbury Dr. – The reporting party moved out of the location in June of 2018 and just now realized his gun was missing from its case and wanted to report it stolen. Report taken.

March 8, 2019

Petty Theft – 9:38 a.m. – 6200 block of Lincoln Ave. – The caller reported the loss of Oxy from the caller’s hotel room. It was determined that there was no crime. The subject found medication inside of a jacket while in the lobby.
Counseling – 1:19 p.m. – 11400 block of Culebra St. – No mail was stolen from the reporting party. Video surveillance showed a gray four-door sedan driving by a male subject. Several items of mail belonging to neighbors were found by a jogger in the area that morning. Extra patrol checks requested. Police would hold onto video in case a victim was located.

March 9, 2019

Vehicle Burglary – 9:21 a.m. – Graham/Ball – The reporting party reported the loss of approximately $4000 in miscellaneous belongings from the rear cargo area of a possibly-unlocked vehicle.
Disturbance – 3:10 p.m. – 6300 block of Lincoln Ave. – A subject was reportedly upset that he was refused a codeine prescription. The subject was gone on the arrival of police.

March 10, 2019

Counseling – 1:52 p.m. – 6800 block of Ossabaw Ct. – The caller’s neighbor reportedly backed into her garage, and they told her that they would pay for it and now they were avoiding her. Police facilitated an insurance information exchange. Matter handled.
Assault With a Deadly Weapon – 3:51 p.m. – 6900 block of Sumner Pl. – A female subject was reportedly assaulting the caller’s dog and then hit the caller with a 2×4. There was an argument over the caller’s dog. Report taken.

March 11, 2019

Forgery Report – 12:14 p.m. – 5700 block of Lincoln Ave. – The caller reportedly mailed a check from the location and later got a notice that payment was not received. The caller requested a copy of the check, and it had the business name crossed out and someone else cashed it. Report taken.
Theft Report – 9:17 p.m. – 4800 block of Ariano – An unknown suspect reportedly broke into the caller’s and a neighbor’s mailboxes, causing approximately $1000 in total damages. An unknown amount of mail was stolen from the boxes. Report taken.

March 12, 2019

Suspicious Circumstances – 6:54 p.m. – 10400 block of Whirlaway St. – The caller reportedly kept hearing noises coming from the attic crawlspace and wanted an officer to check if it was human or animal-related. Police found nothing suspicious and the caller was counseled on getting an exterminator.
Lost Property – 10:42 p.m. – 9000 block of Bloomfield Ave. – The caller stated that he dropped a magazine containing an unknown number of bullets possibly near the entrance to the location. Police were unable to locate the magazine and a log item was issued for documentation.

March 13, 2019

Fraud Report – 10:51 p.m. – Undisclosed location – The caller’s father-in-law and his daughter reportedly took out $36,000 from the caller’s account. Counseled.
Grand Theft Report – 5:58 p.m. – 9000 block of Bloomfield Ave. – The reporting party was reportedly approached on Facebook to purchase gift cards for a female subject who contacted him. The reporting party provided the female limited banking information, and she provided him $1,600 in bad checks, which where handled by his bank with no loss to his account. The bank closed his account based on the circumstances after speaking with the reporting party. The reporting party was counseled regarding possible future scams and was not a victim of any crime at that time.