Dispatch Log
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Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office

 

Dec. 24

6:15 p.m.: A man was arrested for allegedly being under the influence of drugs on the 100 block of Green Valley Road in Scotts Valley after he called deputies on another matter.

8:55 p.m.: A woman was arrested in Mount Hermon and placed on a psychiatric hold after she allegedly became combative with deputies when they responded to a report of domestic violence.

Dec. 23

Midnight: Deputies contacted a man on the 200 block of Mount Hermon Road in Scotts Valley and took him into custody after they found he had a warrant out for his arrest.

Dec. 22

10:55 p.m.: A man was arrested for suspicion of public drunkenness on the 200 block of Anchor Court in Boulder Creek.

Dec. 20

8 p.m.: A handheld GPS device was reported stolen from inside an unlocked vehicle that had been parked on the 500 block of Coon Heights Road in Ben Lomond.

Dec. 18

4:04 p.m.: A man and two women were arrested at the intersection of Graham Hill and Covered Bridge roads in Felton for alleged public drunkenness.

 

Scotts Valley Police Department

 

Dec. 24

1:26 p.m.: A report was taken after a customer passed a counterfeit $20 bill at a fast food restaurant on the 5600 Block of Scotts Valley Drive.

Dec. 23

6:25 p.m.: A man was arrested during a vehicle stop on the first block of Mount Hermon Road after officers determined he had a felony warrant out for his arrest. A search of the vehicle revealed drugs and drug paraphernalia, according to the police log.

7:04 p.m.: A Gucci purse containing an iPhone was reported stolen from inside an unlocked vehicle parked on Estrella Drive.

9:35 p.m.: A woman was arrested for allegedly being drunk in public after officers received a report that she was parked in a handicapped space and passed out on Flora Lane.

Dec. 21

5:36 p.m.: An iPad was reported stolen while the owner left it unattended in the Scotts Valley Library.

Dec. 20

10:41 a.m.: A skateboard was reported stolen from the back of a pickup while it was parked at a golf course on the 200 block of Mount Hermon Road.

11:25 a.m.: A storage unit was allegedly burglarized on Mount Hermon Road after someone cut the lock off of the door. About $4,450 worth of power tools was reportedly taken from the unit.

9:28 p.m.: Officers took a report from a resident of Whispering Pines Drive from a man who claimed that an ex-girlfriend had broken into his residence and stole his keys, as well as erased text messages that he claimed he was going to use against her.

9:32 p.m.: Officers took a report after a resident claimed a tablet computer, cell phone and Nintendo 3DS had been stolen when he left them unattended at MacDorsa Park.

10:51 p.m.: While breaking up a party on Whispering Pines Drive, officers arrested a woman on suspicion of public drunkenness.

Dec. 18

11:49 a.m.: Officers took a report after the men’s room at Skypark was vandalized.

1:25 p.m.: A woman reported that a wedding ring might be missing from her mother-in-law’s apartment on Lockewood Lane.

11:17 p.m.: A resident of Lockewood Lane reported that three packages that had been listed by FedEx as being delivered had not been received and expressed concern that they might have been stolen.

11:43 p.m.: Two men were arrested following a vehicle pursuit by officers on northbound Highway 17. The vehicle was found to be loaded with allegedly stolen items and was impounded.

- This column includes items reported in dispatch logs of the listed agencies and records of the California Highway Patrol and area fire departments. Additional information may be based on reports from other agencies and officers.

 

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