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Eye on Crime | Sept. 21, 2018

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CRIMES REPORTED BY THE SIGNAL HILL POLICE DEPARTMENT

Thursday, Sept. 13
3:08am
Misdemeanor warrant
E. 21st St./Walnut Ave.
(suspect arrested)

10:06am
Grand theft
2300 block Promontory Dr.

6:44pm
Forgery
2300 block E. Willow St.

8:16pm
Misdemeanor warrant
1800 block E. Willow St.
(suspect arrested)

Friday, Sept. 14
8:13am
Possessing paraphernalia; carrying concealed dirk or dagger
2500 block Gundry Ave.
(suspects arrested)

8:13am
Possessing paraphernalia
2500 block Gundry Ave.
(2 suspects arrested)

8:56am
Spousal abuse report
1900 block Temple Ave.

10:46pm
Indecent exposure
1800 block E. Willow St.

Saturday, Sept. 15
Midnight
DUI
E. Wardlow Rd./Gundry Ave.
(suspect arrested)

1am
DUI
Atlantic Ave./E. 33rd St.
(suspect arrested)

11:31am
Child abuse report
3300 block Walnut Ave.

5:48pm
Grand theft
700 block E. Spring St.

Sunday, Sept. 16
5:40am
Possessing marijuana under 1 oz.; contribute to the delinquency of a minor; possessing substance similar to Toluene
(suspect arrest)

7:22am
Battery
3100 block E. PCH

3:36pm
1600 block E. Willow St.

8:52pm
Forgery
2500 block E. Willow St.

Monday, Sept. 17
5:10pm
Taking vehicle without owner’s consent/vehicle theft; misdemeanor warrant
3500 block E. PCH
(suspect arrested)

3:53pm
Burglary
1800 block Raymond Ave.

7:41pm
Grand theft– motor vehicle
800 block E. 29th St.

Tuesday, Sept. 18
8:04am
Grand theft– motor vehicle
2000 block St. Louis Ave.

12:10pm
Identity theft
2400 block E. 20th St.

7:10pm
Grand theft– motor vehicle
2700 block Raymond Ave.

Wednesday, Sept. 19
7:02am
Identity theft
700 block E. Spring St.

12:18pm
Identity theft
2000 block E. 21st St.

4:21pm
Battery
1900 Block Cherry Ave.

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Eye on Crime | Sept. 21, 2018