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CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES
WEEKLY CRIME REPORT

Weekly Activity Report of April 24 to April 30, 2005

CRIME SUMMARY

Crimes reported during this time period in the City of Rancho Palos Verdes included three residential burglaries, five vehicle burglaries, one grand theft (auto), one grand theft, one petty theft and one act of vandalism.

ARRESTS

Vehicle Laws - 1 Weapons Laws - 1
Spousal Battery - 1

April 24

Residential Burglary - A victim reported that between March 31st and April 23rd, person(s) unknown stole a pair of eyeglasses from her apartment in the 28100 block of Highridge Road. There was no sign of forced entry.

April 25

Vehicle Burglary (overnight) - Person(s) unknown stole a laptop computer and numerous other items from a locked car in the parking area of a complex in the 6500 block of Oceancrest Drive. There was no sign of forced entry.

Grand Theft (auto) (nighttime) - A 2000 Toyota pickup was stolen from a parking garage in the 5900 block of Armaga Springs Road.

Vehicle Burglary (overnight) - Person(s) unknown broke a window and stole U.S. currency and numerous other items from a vehicle in the parking area of a complex in the 6500 block of Oceancrest Drive.

Vehicle Burglary (overnight) - Person(s) unknown rummaged through the glove box and stole a moving blanket from the trunk of a locked car in the parking area of a complex in the 6500 block of Oceancrest Drive. There was no sign of forced entry.

April 27

Residential Burglary (overnight) - Person(s) unknown pried a door lock and stole several tools from the garage of a home in the 6200 block of Via Canada.

Vehicle Burglary (overnight) - Person(s) unknown broke a window and stole a briefcase from a car in the parking area of a complex in the 28100 block of Peacock Ridge Road.

Vehicle Burglary (overnight) - Person(s) unknown stole a CD player and a garage remote control from a locked vehicle in the parking area of a complex in the 28100 block of Peacock Ridge Road. There was no sign of forced entry.

April 28

Grand Theft - A victim reported that between March 2004 - April 28, 2005, person(s) unknown stole jewelry from her home on Avenida De Rosa. There was no sign of forced entry.

April 29

Residential Burglary (daytime) - Person(s) unknown removed a screen, forced a window open, and stole two laptop computers and jewelry from a home in the 27100 block of Freeport Road.