Crime Log Compiled by Charles M. Kelly
IN SEAL BEACH
Friday, May 11
Assault—7:21 a.m.—Galleon Way—The victim was a woman. The log provided no further details and did not indicate if this was a simple or aggravated assault.
Grand Theft From a Building—6:30 p.m.—Seal Beach Boulevard—The log provided no further details. Grand theft is generally defined as the taking of property worth more than $950.
Municipal Code Complaint—11:36 p.m.—Ocean Avenue—A dog or other animal was apparently seen on the beach. The log provided no further details and did not specify whether the incident was reported by a citizen or observed by a police officer.
Arrest—Time of arrest not provided—Seal Way—The police arrested Ricky Ray Scott on suspicion of possessing an alcohol container.
Arrest—Time of arrest not provided—North Gate Road—The police arrested Peter Alexander Amendariz on suspicion of obstructing or resisting a peace officer or emergency medical technician.
Saturday, May 12
Hit and Run with Property Damage—8:08 p.m.—Seal Beach Boulevard and the northbound side of the 405 Freeway—The log provided no further details.
Arrest—Time of arrest not provided—Seal Beach Boulevard—The police arrested Chad Michael Carpenter on suspicion of misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance.
Arrest—Time of arrest not provided—Almond Avenue—The police arrested Scott Jeffrey Swenson on suspicion of misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance.
Arrest—Time of arrest not provided—Fifth Street and Pacific Avenue—The police arrested Sean Frederick Mccormick (sic) on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol.
Arrest—Time of arrest not provided—Seal Beach Boulevard—The police arrested Corbyn Alexander Ferraro on suspcion of petty theft.
Arrest—Time of arrest not provided—Seal Beach Boulevard—The police arrested Melissa Ann Barrett on suspcion of misdemeanor posession of a controlled substance without a prescription.
Arrest—Time of arrest not provided—12th Street and Seal Way—The police arrested Jodi Stewart Allen on suspicion of disorderly conduct involving alcohol.
Sunday, May 13
Burglary, Residential—8:45 a.m.—Fathom Avenue—Someone forcibly entered a man’s home. The log provided no further details.
Car Burglary—Time of report not provided—EIghth Street—Someone burglarized a man’s car between 8:30 p.m., Saturday, May 12, and 8 a.m., Sunday, May 13.
Arrest—Time of arrest not provided—Seal Beach Boulevard—The police arrested Kuanti Lungchum Pan on suspicion of misdemeanor possession of a controled narcotic substance.
Arrest—Time of arrest not provided—Pacific Coast Highway—The police arrested Joshua Hansen on suspicion of residential burglary without forced entry.
Arrest—Time of arrest not provided—Landing Avenue and Seal Beach Boulevard—The police arrested James Matthew Mcgrath (sic) on suspicion of misdemeanor possession of illegal drug paraphernalia.
Tuesday, May 15
Arrest—Time of arrest not provided—Central Avenue—The police arrested Anthony Casas, on suspicion of attempting to commit a felony. The log did not specify the alleged felony. However, according to Seal Beach Police Sgt. Michael Henderson, “Officers responded to a report of two male suspects burglarizing vehicles.” Police arrested two suspects immediately. A follow up investigation led to a third suspect who was in possession of stolen property. “All three suspects were arrested without incident and their vehicle was towed. All victims were contacted and their property was returned to them,” Henderson said.
Arrest—Time of arrest not provided—12th Street—The police arrested Jorge Alexander Uvalcaba on suspicion of receiving stolen property worth less than $950. According to Sgt. Michael Henderson, “This arrest is related to the above incident.”
IN LEISURE WORLD
Friday, May 11
Petty Theft From a Car—4:07 p.m.—Eldorado Drive, Mutual Unknown—A Leisure World woman’s property was taken. The log provided no further details. Petty theft is generally defined as the taking of money or property worth less than $950.
Tuesday, May 29
Identity Theft —10:39 a.m.—Tucker Lane—No further details were provided in the log.
Illegal Peddling—2:15 p.m.—Silver Fox Road—No further details were provided in the log.
Wednesday, May 30
Burglary Report—7:41 a.m.—St. Albans Drive—No further details were provided in the log.
Petty Theft Report—12:40 p.m.—Weatherby Road—No further details were provided in the log.
Thursday, May 31
Disturbance, Music or Party —12:14 a.m.—Montecito Road— No further details were provided in the log.
IN LOS ALAMITOS
Saturday, April 21
Trespassing—6:24 p.m.—Farquhar Avenue—An anonymous caller reported that a tenant who was not at the location had allowed a female and her child to stay in the garage. The caller said the owner of the property said the female was not allowed on the property. The caller also said that the tenant had a text message from the owner, stating that the female was not allowed on the property. Patrol contacted the subject, who said she and her daughter had been staying inside the apartment, but were recently told by the tenant that they could no longer stay. The subject was waiting for the tenant so she could get the rest of her property from inside the apartment. The subject checked out OK and there was no trespassing.
Sunday, April 22
Suspicious Person—7:32 p.m.—Katella Avenue—The caller reported a male subject who had been asking suspicious questions and was now lying down on the bench in front of the location for the past 30 minutes. The subject was described as a black male, in his 20s, wearing a blue shirt and blue jeans. The caller was working alone and was afraid. She had closed the door to the business and was standing by to the rear of the business. Patrol contacted the caller and subject. The situation checked out OK
. Both parties were advised and would comply.
Ted Apocaca of the Event News-Enterprise contributed to this article.