Crime Log: published Thursday,May 16, 2019

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Crime Log Compiled by Charles M. Kelly

Editor’s note: This week’s Seal Beach Crime Log is based on both a summary version of the log from May 2 to May 9 and a detailed version of the log from roughly 6 a.m., May 3, to 6 a.m., May 4. Summary logs do not contain details about incidents. The combined documents represent 39 pages. The detailed log listed 75 incidents. Space does not permit listing of all incidents or arrests.

IN SEAL?BEACH

Thursday, May 2

Shoplifting—Seal Beach Boulevard—Property or cash worth less than $950 was taken from a business on Seal Beach Boulevard.

Robbery, Strong Arm—Seal Beach Boulevard—A woman was the victim of a strongarm robbery. (For details about the robbery, which were printed in last week’s Sun, visit www.sunnews.org.)

Shoplifting—Seal Beach Boulevard—Property or cash worth less than $950 was taken from a business on Seal Beach Boulevard.

Grand Theft—Pacific Coast Highway—An unspecified number of bicycles were reported stolen. The theft was classified as a grand theft, meaning the theft of property or cash worth more than $950. The victim was listed in the log as the City of Seal Beach.

Friday, May 3

Abandoned Car (Priority 4)—9:16 a.m.—Galleon Way (Bridgeport)—The caller reported a pick up parked in front of the location. Police unit 441 marked the car. Incident response time: 14 minutes 40 seconds.

Transient (Priority 3)—10:03 a.m.—Seabreeze Drive (The Hill)—The caller said a transient man was looking into garages and windows. He was last seen walking toward Island View from Seabreeze. Police unit 107 was unable to locate him. Unit 106 was available but did not participate. Incident response time: 9 minutes 34 seconds.

Petty Theft Report (Priority 3)—10:46 a.m.—Driftwood Avenue (The Hill)—Jewelry was taken from a home on The Hill. Police units 106 and 107 apparently took a report. Incident response time: 6 minutes 31 seconds.

Petty Theft Report (Priority 3)—5:10 p.m.—Pacific Coast Highway—The caller said that at approximately 2 p.m., a woman approached the caller while she (the caller) was shopping and possibly stole her wallet. She cancelled her credit cards, but two or three credit card transactions were successful. According to the notes in the log, the suspect placed a jacket over the victim’s purse and took her wallet. Police unit 241 took a report. Unit 107 was available for back up but did not participate. Incident response time: 1 hour 36 minutes 38 seconds.

Petty Theft (Priority 2)—7:55 p.m.—Seal Beach Boulevard—The caller reported the loss of a car of electronics. Police units 206 and 241 responded, with unit 207 apparently available for back up. Report taken. Incident response time: 11 minutes 50 seconds.

Petty Theft Report (Priority 2)—8:03 p.m.—Seal Beach Boulevard—The caller reported a possible petty theft. The caller described the suspect as cooperative, but said the suspect had no identification. Police arrested Mark Andrew Stabler on suspicion of burglary. Police unit 241 was backed up by units 207 and S20. Incident response time: 4 minutes 2 seconds.

Saturday, May 4

Traffic Stop (Priority 4)—2:22 a.m.—Landing Avenue and 13th Street (Old Town)—Police unit 241 stopped a car. Backed up by unit S20, police arrested Michelle Webster on suspicion of drunken driving. As the call was officer-initiated, no incident response time was provided. Unit 241 was on-scene for the longest period of time at 2 hours 55 minutes 40 seconds.

Arrest—Pacific Coast Highway—Police arrested Jeremy Lucas Garcia on suspicion of possession of illegal drug paraphernalia.

Arrest—Seal Beach Boulevard—Police arrested Timothy John Clark on suspicion of misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance.

Arrest—Eighth Street and Central Avenue—Police arrested Michael Nathan Levia on suspicion of misdemeanor possession of a controlled narcotic substance.

Sunday, May 5

Arrest—Pacific Coast Highway—Police arrested Maurice Deshawn Amoswoods on suspicion of providing false identification to specific peace officers.

Arrest—Pacific Coast Highway—Police arrested Michael Robert Roudybush on suspicion of grand theft, bicicyles, and possession of burglary tools.

Arrest—Pacific Coast Highway and First Street—Police arrested Walter Alonzao Tyler on suspicion of drunken driving.

Tuesday, May 6

Arrest—Pacific Coast Highway—Police arrested Thomas Christopher Mosnot on suspicion of disorderly conduct: alcohol.

Wednesday, May 8

Arrest—Seaview Lane—Police arrested Suzanne Felicia Parks on suspicion of drunken driving.

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