• A San Francisco resident reported she was having coffee in front of the Starbucks in The Village Shopping Center when she noticed her bag had been stolen. She advised the bag contained two pair of shoes worth $200. It was determined the subject who took the shoes returned the merchandise to Nordstrom and exchanged the shoes for gift cards. A theft report was taken and there is further investigation pending.
A Loss Prevention Agent for Nordstrom, located in the Village Shopping Center, reported that the suspect who had previously returned shoes that were stolen was now back in the store trying to use a gift card that had been obtained in that case. A Mill Valley female was arrested for Commercial Burglary. She was booked into the Marin County Jail.
• A San Anselmo resident reported he was involved in a fight with his girlfriend and he had to jump out of the vehicle in the area of the Corte Madera Town Center. He stated his girlfriend left the area in the vehicle. Both subjects were contacted at the scene, but requested no further action. A Domestic Battery report was taken for documentation.
• A Greenbrae resident reported he didn't leave the bartender at the Silver Peso Bar located at 450 Magnolia Ave., enough money and then the bartender beat him up. Officers responded and requested medical. The caller was too intoxicated to determine if he wanted to press charges and was transported by medical to Kaiser for treatment. An Assault and Battery report was taken. There is follow-up investigation pending.
• A Corte Madera resident reported that while she was at the Bay Club, located in the Corte Madera Town Center, her purse containing her California Driver’s License, college identification, and her car keys was taken. Documentation was provided for the theft.
• A San Francisco resident reported that he was currently at work in Corte Madera, but needed to make a report for a vehicle which was stolen in San Francisco. The vehicle was last seen parked on Anza at Funston in San Francisco. He had already called the San Francisco Police Department and tow yards with negative results. A courtesy Vehicle Theft report was taken to be forwarded to the San Francisco Police Department. The vehicle was entered into the Stolen Vehicle System.
• A resident of the 120 block of Hawthorne Avenue reported her orange unknown brand bicycle had been taken from their open garage. It has a small women’s frame with 24-inch wheels, 20 speeds. Documentation was provided for the theft.
• The Northface store, located in the Village Shopping Center, reported a male subject entered the store and took three Northface jackets, with a value of $1,050. They advised the incident was unwitnessed, but they did have video surveillance. A Grand Theft report was taken and there is possible further investigation pending.
• While on patrol, a Twin Cities Police Officer located a vehicle that had been reported as stolen to the BART Police Department on May 22, 2012, in the area of the Corte Madera Town Center. Attempts to contact with the owner met with negative results and messages were left. The vehicle was removed from the Stolen Vehicle System.
• A resident of the 10 building of Skylark Drive reported someone broke into his vehicle and stole numerous items. He advised his wife's wallet, charging devices, and other miscellaneous items, were stolen. The loss is approximately $500. Documentation was provided for the theft.
• A business in the Village Shopping Center reported a male subject took a pair of $250 "Dillon" sunglasses. The subject left on foot, but they have him on video. The area was checked with negative results. A Petty Theft report was taken.
• A Ross resident reported her daughter's Apple iPhone was stolen from her vehicle while it was parked in the lot at Redwood High School. An Auto Burglary report was taken and there is further investigation pending.
• A resident of the 400 building of Old Quarry Road North reported someone entered her unlocked residence during the night and stole her iPad. A Residential Burglary report was taken and the iPad was entered into the stolen property system. There is further investigation pending.
• A resident of the 300 building of Old Quarry Road North reported she was notified by her bank there was fraudulent activity on her credit card. She advised that she is in possession of the physical card. A Fraud report was taken for documentation.
• A resident of the 400 block of Via Hidalgo reported she had wired money to a scam in the Bahamas. A person posing as her son-in-law had called her saying that he had been involved in an accident and needed help. Now, a man keeps calling her and asking for more money. She reported she has already lost $5,000. A Fraud report was taken and there is possible further action pending.
• A resident of the 50 block of Marina Vista Avenue reported an Identity theft. She reported that her name and checking account number are being fraudulently used. A Fraud report was taken and there is possible further investigation pending.
• A Santa Rosa resident reported her wallet was stolen while she was shopping at the Cost Plus Store, located at 2040 Redwood Highway, in the Cost Plus Plaza. She advised that she had already canceled her bank cards. The stolen property is an older red bi-fold wallet containing her driver's license, $150 cash, debit Cards, and other miscellaneous items. A theft report was taken for documentation.
• A Sacramento resident reported his vehicle was broken into via the passenger side window being smashed while it was parked in a lot at the Marin Country Mart shopping center. Taken was a purse containing personal items, a GPS unit and house keys. An Auto Burglary report was taken.
• While on patrol, an Officer contacted two juvenile males in the area of Mohawk Avenue and Lakeside Drive. They were determined to be in possession of alcohol. They were released to their parents and the alcohol was confiscated.
• While on patrol in the area of Doherty Drive and Riviera Circle, an Officer contacted a male subject who was determined to be in possession of narcotics. A Santa Rosa man was arrested for Possession of Narcotics and Violation of Probation. He was booked at the Marin County Jail.
• A resident of the 200 block of Corte Madera Avenue reported the passenger window was broken out on his vehicle. Nothing was taken from the vehicle and the vandalism was not witnessed. Documentation was provided.
• A Mill Valley resident reported entry to her locked vehicle via a window smash to the back passenger side window while it was parked in the 1900 block of Redwood Highway. She reported two purses, cell phones, and other miscellaneous property was taken, along with several hundred dollars in gift cards. An Auto Burglary report was taken to document the theft.
• A Fairfax resident reported her car was entered while it was parked in the lot at the Corte Madera Town Center. Entry was made via a smashed driver's side window. Taken were her purse with credit cards and other miscellaneous property. An Auto Burglary report was taken.
• A resident of the 5400 block of Paradise Drive reported a male subject in the back seat of the vehicle who says he cannot move the car because he is not the owner. The caller advised the vehicle is on private property. Officers made contacted with a homeless male subject who was sent on his way. A female subject was also contacted at the vehicle. A Corte Madera woman was arrested for Possession of Narcotics Paraphernalia, Possession of a Hypodermic Needle and Possession of Marijuana. She was released on citation at the scene.
• A resident of the 300 block of Riviera Circle reported his vehicle was egged, most likely during the night. The egging was to the driver's side of a vehicle which was parked on the street. Nothing was heard or seen. Documentation was provided for the vandalism.
• A Loss Prevention Agent for Macy’s, located in The Village Shopping Center, reported they had a male subject detained for the theft of merchandise. A Novato man was arrested for Shoplifting. He was released at the scene on a citation.
• An employee of the Corte Madera Inn reported a guest left her laptop outside and when she returned it was gone. Contact was made with a Santa Barbara resident and a theft report was taken.
• TCPA Officers responded to Max’s Restaurant, located at 60 Madera Blvd., for a 9-1-1 call from a janitor reporting he had interrupted two subjects attempting to break in through a window to the restaurant. The area was checked for the subjects with negative results. An attempt Commercial Burglary report was taken.
• A resident of the 400 block of Via Hidalgo reported her left rear passenger window was broken on her vehicle while it was parked in the area of her residence. There was nothing taken and the vandalism was not witnessed. Documentation was provided for the vandalism.
• A resident of the 90 block of Corte Lenosa reported window the rear window of her vehicle was smashed while it was parked in the area of her residence. Taken were a wallet which contained her identification, credit cards, and other miscellaneous items from the center console. An Auto Burglary report was taken.
• A resident of the 700 building of Old Quarry Road South reported two bicycles were stolen off her balcony. The estimated loss is $200. Documentation was provided for the theft.
• A resident of the 400 block of Via Hidalgo reported someone broke into his storage unit. Officers responded and found the lock was tampered with, but nothing was taken. An area check was conducted and an attempt Residential Burglary report was taken.
During this one week time period, Twin Cities Police had 302 calls for service. This included two calls related to accidents with minor injuries, two hit and run accidents and 10 property damage only accidents. There were five auto burglaries, three commercial burglaries and two residential burglaries. There were no calls related to Driving while Intoxicated.
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