A Sampling of What Our Officers Were
Taking Care of Last Month
by Diane McKinney
Between November 1 and November 30, the Morro Bay Police Department logged over 1,000 calls. Here is a sampling of what our officers were taking care of.
November 3 - Deceased person on Berwick Drive. Documentation of apparent suicide.
November 4 - Vandalism less than $400 on Fresno Avenue. Citizen reports a vandalism to his property occurred during night hours.
November 5 - Battery/School Campus on Atascadero Road. Four high school students engaged in mutual combat and are pending administrative suspension.
November 7 - Burglary 1st Degree on Arbutus Avenue. Suspect forced his way into victims residence and took items.
November 11 - Exhibition of speed on Coleman Drive. 18 year old male arrested for exhibition of speed and his juvenile passanger was arrested for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
November 12 - Take vechile w/o owner's consent on Java Street. Victim reports vehicle stolen by known suspects.
November 15 - Petty Theft on San Juan Street. Theft from unlocked vehicle.
November 17 - Threat on Morro Bay Boulevard. 50 year old male arrested for making a death threat and deterring a police officer from his duty .
November 19 - Petty Theft on Quintana Road. Suspect stole two boxes of wine from a business.
November 20 - Petty Theft on Quintana Road. 37 year old female arrested for petty theft. She was issued a citation and released.
November 22 - Vandalism $400 or more on Ridgeway St. Brick thrown through vehicle window.
Vandalism less than $400 on Atascadero Road. Suspected tire slash.
November 24 - Burglary 2nd Degree on Sequoia Street. Storage shed for day care business burglarized.
November 26 - Burglary 1st Degree on Main Street. Nighttime burglary of a commercial business.