Dispatch Log
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Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office

 

May 11

1 a.m.: A Brookdale man was arrested for suspected domestic battery after he allegedly struck his fiancee during an argument.

 

May 10

 

9:40 p.m.: A man was arrested on the 100 block of Pool Drive in Boulder Creek for public intoxication while he sat as a bus stop bench.

 

May 7

 

9 a.m.: Deputies took a report after a man, who was a suspect in an ongoing battery investigation, allegedly confronted the other man involved in the case and got in his face in an attempt at intimidation.

 

Scotts Valley Police Department

 

May 12

 

11:42 a.m.: A grocery store on Mount Hermon Road reported that alcohol and other items had been shoplifted. The suspects reportedly took off in large Toyota Tacoma truck with black rims, followed by a beige Subaru Impreza with no plates.



3:07 p.m.: A man was arrested for public intoxication after he was found passed out on the ground near the driveway entrance to a hotel on Scotts Valley Drive.

 

4:23 p.m.: A bicycle was reported stolen from outside the Scotts Valley Library on the 200 block of Kings Village Road.

 

7:42 p.m.: Officers took a report after a woman, suspected of shoplifting, was detained by loss prevention staff at a store on Mount Hermon Road. She was reportedly not cooperative and left the area with a service dog.

 

May 10

 

9:32 p.m.: A 15-year-old was arrested after he allegedly shoplifted five bottles of alcohol from a grocery store on Mount Hermon Road.

 

May 8

 

4:29 p.m.: A bicycle was reported stolen on Bean Creek Road.

 

9:27 p.m.: A business on Victor Square reported that someone has been stealing bales of cardboard from behind the store on several occasions over the last few weeks.

 

- 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. The Press-Banner reminds its readers to lock their vehicles and homes.

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