Sheriff’s Log March 28, 2013

March 15

4100 block Tierre Vista Simple Battery

March 16

5200 block First St. Suicide

2100 block Summer Bloom Ln. Vandalism

1400 block Chateau St. (1) Simple battery

1400 block Chateau St. (2) Simple battery

March 17

1200 block Alturas Rd. Arrest: Spousal abuse/battery

3600 block De Luz Heights Rd. Suicide

March 18

900 block La Vonne Residential burglary

1000 block Charlyn Ln. Petty theft

38800 block Harris Trail Arrest: Simple battery

300 block N. Vine St. Vandalism

1800 block Juanita Ln. Arrest: Under influence of controlled substance

1500 block Green Canyon Rd. Get credit w/other’s ID

2300 block Brooke Rd. Death/Coroner’s case

1600 block S. Mission Rd. Stolen vehicle

2400 block S. Stage Coach Ln. Arrest: Possess marijuana on school grounds

4800 block Pala Rd. Commercial burglary

1900 block Camino Rainbow Vandalism

March 19

300 block W. Clemmens Ln. Robbery

Los Jilgueros Preserve @ S. Mission Rd. Threaten w/intent to terrorize

1100 block Old Stage Rd. Vandalism

March 20

700 block E. Elder St. Vandalism

1100 block S. Mission Rd. Arrest: Commercial burglary

2400 S. Stage Coach Ln. (1) Arrest: Minor possess marijuana on school grounds

2400 S. Stage Coach Ln. (2) Arrest: Minor possess marijuana on school grounds

March 21

300 block E. Alvarado St. Arrest: Felony bench warrant

600 block S. Main Ave. Arrest: Possess controlled substance; possess unlawful paraphernalia

300 block E. Alvarado St. Found narcotics

3200 block Arlington Circle Welfare check/Domestic violence

600 block S. Main St. Arrest: Possess controlled substance; possess narcotic substances; possess unlawful paraphernalia

Sandia Creek Dr. @ Rock Mtn. Grand theft

1100 block Old Stage Rd. Vehicle theft

30300 block Old River Rd. (1) Arrest: Possess controlled substance; possess unlawful paraphernalia

30300 block Old River Rd. (1) Arrest: Possess controlled substance; possess unlawful paraphernalia; probation violation

1000 block Old Stage Rd. Arrest: Felony warrant

March 22

E. Kalmia St. @ N. Main Ave. Arrest: Drunk in public

200 block E. Aviation Rd. Arrest: Probation violation

5500 block Mission Rd. Arrest: Probation violation

500 block W. Fallbrook St. Arrest: Possession of controlled substances

March 23

400 block W. Clemmens Ln. Cited: Petty theft

500 block Tumble Creek Terrace Get credit w/other’s ID

400 block Ammunition Rd. (1) Arrest: Under influence controlled substance

400 block Ammunition Rd. (2) Arrest: Possess controlled substance; violate felony parole; felony warrant

5700 block Redondo Dr. Spousal abuse

March 24

1100 block S. Main Ave. Arrest: Possess narcotics; possess unlawful paraphernalia

700 block Ceramic Ln. Vandalism

400 block W. Clemmens Ln. Arrest: Battery/spouse

300 block Pippin Dr. Stolen vehicle

100 block S. Main Ave. Battery w/serious bodily injury (fight)

1100 block Alturas Rd. Arrest: Spousal abuse

2 Responses to "Sheriff’s Log March 28, 2013"

  1. violenceandtheft   April 1, 2013 at 9:47 am

    There has been a lot of arrests for violent crimes, and grand theft. Domestic violence arrests seem to be on the rise as well. So it’s interesting the Sheriff’s say that crime has decreased, because it hasn’t. There aren’t enough deputies patrolling, they are too busy harassing pedestrians or kids riding their bikes. The Sheriff’s Dept. has suppressed crime only because in the ghetto neighborhoods, residents won’t bother calling the cops anymore. Why? Let’s see, because the deputies treat people who live anywhere on Vine, Alturas, Ammunition, Old Stage, or Clemmens- like crud. Even the folks who report crimes, are automatically treated as adversaries by the Sheriff’s dept. We get accused of lying, being intoxicated, committing a crime, or other wrongdoing. The Sheriff’s Dept. should treat citizens who report crime with respect. We won’t bother to call anymore because it’s just not worth the bs hassle. Most of the deputies have very foul mouths and disregard the rights of citizens. People don’t appreciate being cussed at or accused of wrongdoing, when they report crime to the sheriff’s dept. I don’t know when this new deputy entitlement/rude behavior became a prerequisite. Calling children “little f’g losers” or “future inmates” is just wrong. Using the badge to scare the heck out of juveniles, interrogating them for hours and hours without ever notifying their parents is wrong. Kids don’t have the capability to endure interrogations, with no bathroom privileges, no food, and 3 or 4 huge cops playing mind games. I was in the sheriff’s office a few weeks back, and heard 4 cops interrogating a young boy. He kept begging them to call his mother, because she would be frantic not knowing where he was for almost 24 hours. He asked to use the bathroom, as they hadn’t let him go the entire time. No food or water either. And no phone call to notify the frantic parents. (They were busy calling area hospitals to see if he’d been admitted) It was disturbing, to say the least. There is zero oversight with the Fallbrook Sheriff’s Dept. They frequently pick kids up off their front lawns, and tell them to get in the police car. They also tell them they have no rights, even less rights than an inmate, because they are minors. Kids who aren’t involved in gangs, are constantly being accused or threatened by sheriff’s to tell them their “street name.” One sheriff’s deputy even told me his goal was to document every boy between the ages of 9-18 as a gang member. Why? Oh, because it makes his job easier. Nice. I don’t know why any cop would make that their life’s mission. That was the dumbest comment I’ve ever heard. But when they get 6 months of boot camp, then work the jails- they come out all jaded. They think everybody is a criminal or a liar. Perhaps if they trained them in basic social etiquette, they would be more respected. The foul mouths, rude conduct, and downright mean behavior is most unbecoming of a sheriff’s deputy. Not all people are criminals, druggies, or losers.

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  2. Pessimistic   April 12, 2013 at 6:37 am

    Was that an April Fool’s post? WTH?

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