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CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES
WEEKLY CRIME REPORT

Weekly Activity Report for May 21 to May 27, 2006

CRIME SUMMARY

Crimes reported during this time period in the City of Rancho Palos Verdes included three vehicle burglaries, one other structure burglary, one grand theft (auto), four grand thefts, two petty thefts and one act of vandalism.

ARRESTS

Vehicle Laws – 2
Drunk Driving - 1
Drunk – 2
Theft - 1

May 23

Other Structure Burglary (daytime) - Two male suspects pried a storage unit's door open and stole a set of golf clubs in the subterranean garage of a complex in the 32700 block of Coastsite Drive. The suspects fled in a black car when the owner drove up to the parking space.

Grand Theft (daytime) - Person(s) unknown stole jewelry from a home in the
27900 block of Ridgebrook Court. There was no sign of forced entry.

May 24

Grand Theft (daytime) - Person(s) unknown stole golf equipment from the walkway in front of the clubhouse at a golf course in the 7000 block of Los Verdes Drive.

May 25

Grand Theft (auto) (nighttime) - A 1998 Ford pickup was stolen from a parking lot in the 28900 block of Western Avenue.

Grand Theft (overnight) - Person(s) unknown stole golf equipment from an unlocked car in the driveway of a home in the 2000 block of Velez Drive.

May 27

Vehicle Burglary (overnight) - Person(s) unknown broke a window and stole a computer case from a car in the parking garage of a complex in the 6500 block of
Oceancrest Drive.

Vehicle Burglary (overnight) - Person(s) unknown broke a window and stole a television from a vehicle in the parking garage of a complex in the 6500 block of Oceancrest Drive.

Grand Theft (daytime) - Three male suspects were arrested after stealing a woman's purse from an unlocked van parked on the cemetery grounds in the 27500 block of Western Avenue.

Vehicle Burglary (overnight) - Person(s) unknown broke a window and stole a computer case from a car in the parking area of a complex in the 5900 block of Armaga Springs Road.