LBPD Cypress Police blotter [featured] 20200101

Cypress police blotter, January 31 to Feb. 6, 2022

The items shown below are selected from the logs of the Cypress Police Department. The police blotter is not a comprehensive listing of police-related incidents in the city, and no inference of guilt is implied in showing any item in the Cypress police blotter.

January 31, 2022

Commercial Burglary – 1:05 a.m. – 5100 block of Ball Rd. – While a team of police officers was parked at the southwest corner of Ball Rd. and Moody St., debriefing regarding a robbery, a suspicious vehicle pulled into the parking lot at the 5100 block Ball Rd. Three subjects exited the car and walked to the front door of the business, shattered the glass door with a crowbar and entered the business. The team immediately surrounded the business and within seconds, all three suspects fled out the front door and ran in different directions. Three separate perimeters were established with the assistance of the Buena Park PD, La Palma PD, Los Alamitos PD, Seal Beach PD, and the Anaheim PD helicopter. After an extensive search, all three suspects were located at the following locations and arrested for conspiracy and burglary:
The first subject was located hiding in a bush in the front yard in the 5000 block of Belle Ave. The second subject surrendered without incident to the Buena Park PD K9 in a rear yard shed in the 10000 block of St. Sophia Circle. The third subject was located hiding in the rear yard in the 9900 block of Trevi Street. He surrendered to Police Service Dog Bono without incident.
There was no loss at the business and no suspects were outstanding. All three suspects were from the Lancaster / Palmdale area. The suspect vehicle was last registered six years ago to a deceased individual out of Canoga Park. Officers were unable to determine if the vehicle was stolen at the time of this log.
Damaged Property Report – 4:00 a.m. – 4900 block of Ariano Dr. – While an officer was attempting to jump over a brick wall, four cinderblocks were knocked off the wall, with an estimated repair value of $100.00. Additionally a padlock valued at $15.00 was cut.
Burglary – 9:49 a.m. – 4600 block of Lincoln Ave. – The victim reported that a known transient entered the lobby of the complex at 2:42 a.m. after climbing the locked gate, and stole a computer from inside. An officer observed surveillance video of the crime that occurred and recognized the subject from previous contacts. At 12:57 p.m., the officer located the subject in the 9000 block of Bloomfield, still in possession of the stolen property. The officer arrested the subject for burglary and possession of stolen property.
Felony Domestic Violence – 7:07 p.m. – 8700 block of Walker St. – A 22-year-old victim was assaulted by her boyfriend, who struck her face with a closed fist, causing swelling and redness. The suspect fled the location prior to officer arrival. An Emergency Protection Order was obtained but not served due to the unknown whereabouts of the suspect.

February 1, 2022

Assault and Battery – 12:53 a.m. – 5000 block of Lincoln Ave. – Officers responded to the location regarding a transient assaulting the clerk. A local transient was arrested for assault and battery after he grabbed the clerk from behind, threw him to the ground, and punched him three times on the face. According to the clerk, the assault was unprovoked.
Arrest – 5:51 a.m. – 9400 block of Julie Beth St. – The reporting party reported a male subject in dark clothing checking the door handle to her vehicle, last seen possibly in her backyard. Officers arrived in the area and located a male subject matching the description leaving the neighborhood and detained him for further investigation. The subject was identified and was found to be in possession of property that did not belong to him. The subject admitted to checking door handles and stealing property from unlocked vehicles. After several victims were identified, the subject was arrested for petty theft, possession of stolen property and a parole violation. The stolen property was returned.

February 2, 2022

Burglary – 7:34 a.m. – 4600 block of Lincoln Ave. – The manager of the business reported two suspects from a previous storage burglary returned in the same U-Haul van and broke into another storage unit. Officers responded to the location and detained a female subject who was standing between the open van and open storage unit acting as a lookout. Officers then located a male subject inside of the adjacent storage unit after he tunneled through two walls. A record check of the male subject revealed an outstanding warrant for his arrest. The two subjects were taken into custody for the warrant, and are being charged with burglary and conspiracy. Further investigation revealed a third suspect staying at local motel. Officers contacted the third subject at the motel, and she was found to be in possession of additional stolen property. Additionally, the third subject had an outstanding warrant for her arrest. She was taken into custody for the warrant and is being charged with conspiracy and possession of stolen property. All property was recovered and booked for safekeeping. All parties were transported to Orange County Jail.
Indecent Exposure – 12:58 p.m. – 6200 block of Ball Rd. – Officers responded to the listed location regarding a male transient who was urinating in front of the business and exposing himself. The victim signed a private person’s arrest form and the subject was arrested for indecent exposure. The subject was cited and released in the field.

February 3, 2022

Vehicle Check – 12:49 p.m. – Lincoln/Knott – From an occupied vehicle check, police arrested a subject for a drug addict being in possession of a concealed loaded firearm (Ghost Gun), possession of methamphetamine, and possession of paraphernalia. The subject was booked at Orange County Jail.
Grand Theft – 5:11 p.m. – 5600 block of Lincoln Ave. – The victim went to the tow yard to retrieve property and found her vehicle had been ransacked and her credit cards were being used at various locations.

February 4, 2022

Arrest – 7:33 a.m. – 8700 block of Walker St. – Police responded to the location and subsequently detained and served a male subject with an Emergency Protection Order from the domestic violence incident that occurred on 01-31-22. A detective responded and arrested him for felony domestic violence.
Non-injury Traffic Collision – 8:59 p.m. – Bloomfield/Lincoln – A truck collided with the north side of the bridge, causing damage, after he swerved to avoid hitting a coyote. Yellow tape was placed around the damage to the bridge, and a message was left with Public Works.

February 5, 2022

Community Event – 8:00 a.m. – 8600 block of Watson St. – Chief Lauderback and the shift attended the opening ceremonies of the Cypress Girls Softball League.
Vandalism Report – 9:13 a.m. – 10100 block of Valley View St. – Between 5 a.m. and 6 a.m., two male subjects were shadow boxing in front of the closed business. At one point, one male walked up to the window and punched it, causing the window to shatter and then fled the area.
Arrest – 9:44 p.m. – 5100 block of Sequoia – Police received multiple calls for service regarding a female and male heard screaming in the area. Upon arrival, officers detained a male subject in the 5100 block of Sequoia. Officers determined from the victim that she was outside attempting to calm the male subject down when he suddenly grabbed her, dragged her inside his grandparents’ residence, grabbed a knife and told her he was going to kill her and his grandparents. He stabbed the wall with the knife, ran upstairs and kicked open the door to his grandparents’ room. At this time, the victim fled the location and ran back to her residence. The male subject followed her and was detained by the victim’s husband and other neighbors. The grandparents were not home and were currently out of state. The male subject was arrested for kidnapping, assault with a deadly weapon and criminal threats.

February 6, 2022

Assist Outside Agency/STAR Team Call Out – 1:41 a.m. – Seal Beach – Officers broke from the saturation patrol and assisted Seal Beach on a solo-vehicle fatal traffic collision.
Grand Theft – 11:50 a.m. – 4300 block of Ball Rd. – Two female subjects exited the store with over $1,000 worth of hair products and cold/flu medication. The suspects were seen fleeing in a blue 1995 Toyota Corolla.
Arrest – 8:57 p.m. – 5200 block of Myra – From an unknown trouble call, a male subject was arrested for inflicting corporal injury to his spouse. Orange County Fire Authority responded and treated the victim for her injuries.