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Eye on Crime | Nov. 22, 2018

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CRIMES REPORTED BY LONG BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT

Thursday, Nov. 15
1:03pm
Stolen vehicle– recovered
2600 block Dawson Ave.

2am
DUI
Redondo Ave./E. Willow St.
(suspect arrested)

12:41pm
Battery
2800 block Walnut Ave.

5:57pm
Auto burglary
Creston Ave./Walnut Ave.

Friday, Nov. 16
1:40pm
Identity theft
3300 block California Ave.

7:40pm
Grand theft
700 block E. Spring St.

Saturday, Nov. 17
9:07pm
Possessing paraphernalia; possessing controlled substance; possessing burglary tools; 4 misdemeanor warrants
(suspect arrested)

Sunday, Nov. 18
12:45am
Robbery, second degree
E. 33rd St./Falcon Ave.
(suspect arrested)

9:49pm
DUI
2500 block Palm Drive
(suspect arrested)

Monday, Nov. 19
9:06am
Auto burglary
2800 block Orange Ave.

5:40pm
Possessing paraphernalia; trespassing injuring property
1800 block Junipero Ave.
(suspect arrested)

7:10pm
Battery
3200 block E. 19th St.

Tuesday, Nov. 20
12:41pm
Grand theft– motor vehicle
2900 block E. PCH

6:27pm
DUI
E. Willow St./Lemon Ave.
(suspect arrested)

Wednesday, Nov. 21
No information at press time due to holiday

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One Response to “Eye on Crime | Nov. 22, 2018”

  1. David Vastano on November 21st, 2018 11:31 pm

    Why is it that the law against illegal exhaust is no longer enforced? I hear the same loud (very loud in many cases) vehicles traveling up and down Long Beach Blvd day after day. (Zip 90807)

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Eye on Crime | Nov. 22, 2018