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Weekly Activity Report for April 17, 2005 to April 23, 2005


Crimes reported during this time period in the City of Rancho Palos Verdes included one commercial burglary, one residential burglary, two vehicle burglaries, one attempt other structure burglary, one felonious assault, three grand thefts, one mail theft and two acts of vandalism.


Vehicle Laws - 2 Burglary - 1
Narcotics Laws - 1

April 17

Felonious Assault (daytime) - A male victim was kicked on the stomach and back of his neck with the cleated shoe of several suspects during an altercation at a soccer game in the 30800 block of Palos Verdes Drive East.

April 18

Attempt Other Structure Burglary (nighttime) - Three male suspects were arrested while attempting to force a door open at a church in the 5700 block of Palos Verdes Drive South.

Residential Burglary (daytime) - Person(s) unknown removed a screen, climbed in a window, and ransacked several rooms in o home in the 27900 block of Alvarez Drive. A handgun and sunglasses were taken.

April 20

Vehicle Burglary (overnight) - Person(s) unknown broke a window and stole a car stereo from a vehicle in the driveway of a home in the 1900 block of Caddington Drive.

Vehicle Burglary (daytime) - Person(s) unknown stole several items from a locked vehicle in the 28525 block of Vista Tierra. There was no sign of forced entry.

Grand Theft (overnight) - Person(s) unknown stole a table saw from house in the 3100 block of Crownview Drive. There was no sign of forced entry.

April 22

Grand Theft - A victim reported that on April 15th, person(s) unknown stole his bicycle from the patio of his apartment in the 6500 block of Beachview Drive.

Grand Theft - A victim reported that on March 31st, person(s) unknown cut a lock and stole two bicycles from the parking area of his apartment complex in the 32600 block of Nantasket Drive.

April 23

Commercial Burglary (nighttime) - Person(s) unknown cut a security gate padlock and broke a window that set off an alarm at a business on Miraleste Plaza. Nothing appeared to have been taken.