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Cerritos Crime Summary February 9 – 15, 2015

There were 20 Part I felony crimes reported in Cerritos this past reporting period, an increase of three over the previous week. The following is a breakdown of crimes by category: seven residential burglaries; four commercial/other structure burglaries; one vehicle burglary; six grand thefts (three were shoplifts); and two auto thefts. Deputies made no felony arrests, seven misdemeanor arrests, four warrant arrests, and issued 138 traffic citations. The Sheriff’s dispatch center also received a total of 178 calls for service, considerably less than the 2015 weekly average of about 224 calls.


Residential Burglary:

 16500 block Orchard Flat Ln (2/9): Female transient entered a garage and was arrested by responding deputies.

18800 block Kings Row Ave (2/10): Suspect entered open rear bedroom window and stole an iPad and iPhone.

12900 block Maui Ct (2/12): Suspect entered home through unlocked rear sliding door, ransacked the master bedroom and stole a large amount of jewelry.

16500 block Sierra Vista Wy (2/13): Suspect entered unlocked garage and stole a television, PlayStation, and laptop computer.

13700 block Darvalle St (2/13): Suspect shattered a rear sliding door, ransacked the bedrooms, and stole jewelry.

12500 block Rose St (2/13): Suspect shattered a rear sliding door, ransacked upstairs bedrooms, and stole jewelry.

13900 block Acoro St (2/14): Suspect entered through an unlocked sliding door while the resident was napping and stole cash from her purse which was on a kitchen counter.

 Commercial/Other Structure Burglary:

16500 Valley View Ave (12/1–2/5): Victim reported the loss of 11 model airplane kits from a storage locker. There was no evidence of forced entry or a broken lock.

16800 block Sierra Vista Wy (2/13): Suspect entered unlocked garage and stole three pairs of shoes.

16700 block Parkside Ave (2/15): Suspect entered a business through a roof vent and stole candy and a hand truck.

19100 block Bloomfield Ave (2/15): Suspect shattered glass door of an optometry office and stole 40 pairs of sunglasses. A witness observed the suspect fleeing in a gray Honda SUV.

Vehicle Burglary:

11111 block 183rd St (2/13): Suspect shattered window on a ’07 Tahoe parked in a restaurant lot and stole a purse.

 Grand Theft:

11500 block South St (2/9): Suspect stole headphones from a Target store and when loss prevention attempted to detain him he dropped the property and fled in a blue Honda Civic.

457 Los Cerritos Center (2/10): Suspect entered Lens Crafters, placed several pairs of sunglasses inside of his shirt and exited the store.

342 Los Cerritos Center 2/11): Suspect entered Victoria’s Secret, placed numerous pieces of clothing inside a shopping bag and exited the store.

20100 block Gridley Rd (2/12): Two catalytic converters were stolen from a Toyota Sequoia parked in a driveway.

12500 block 183rd St (2/12): Suspect entered an unlocked vehicle and stole items (report not on file).

10700 block Elgers St (2/15): Suspect stole clothing and sunglasses from an unlocked vehicle parked in front of the victim’s residence.

Grand Theft Auto:

12700 block Towne Center Dr (2/9): Suspect stole a ’90 Honda from the Walmart parking lot.

18900 block Studebaker Rd (2/11): Suspect failed to return a rented Honda Accord to the dealer.


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