Dispatch log
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Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office


March 15


10:43 a.m.: Deputies contacted a man sitting inside a parked vehicle on the 6300 block of Highway 9 in Felton. He was arrested for an outstanding warrant, as well as for possession of illegal drugs and paraphernalia, and providing deputies with a false name.


11:03 p.m.: Deputies arrested a man was on the 5300 block of Highway 9 in Felton for public intoxication.


11:42 p.m.: A vehicle was stopped by deputies at the intersection of Graham Hill and East Zayante roads in Felton when they observed the driver violating several vehicle codes. The driver was arrested and taken to the Santa Cruz County Jail when it was determined that she was driving under the influence of alcohol.


March 14


Midnight: Deputies responded to 12600 block of Highway 9 to reports of an intoxicated man holding a beer and kicking in a door. The man was located and taken into custody when it was determined that he had an outstanding warrant out for his arrest.


11:41 p.m.: A man was arrested for public intoxication on the 100 block of Madrona Way in Ben Lomond.


March 10


12 p.m.: A Ben Lomond resident reported receiving numerous harassing phone calls.


Scotts Valley Police Department


March 17


5:37 p.m.: A resident of Sunset Terrace reported that someone had stolen her son's checks after someone had attempted to pass an $800 check at a check cashing location in Salinas.


7:57 p.m.: A resident of Scotts Valley Drive reported that someone had stolen a new pair of running shoes, valued at approximately $100.


March 16


3:08 p.m.: Officers arrested a woman on Victor Square for alleged shoplifting. She had also been arrested the previous day for allegedly shoplifting from two other Scotts Valley businesses.


March 15


9:18 a.m.: A storage unit on Acorn Court was reportedly broken into and a bicycle was among the items that were stolen.


7:37 a.m.: During a probation search of a residence on Disc Drive, a man was arrested after officers determined that he had failed to register as a narcotics offender and was in possession of marijuana, heroin and methamphetamine, as well as narcotics paraphernalia.


March 14


1:53 a.m.: Officers arrested a man on suspicion of battery in north Scotts Valley after he allegedly pulled his girlfriend's hair, threatened to kill her, and kicked her multiple times in the course of attempting to pull her out of a vehicle.


March 13

9:28 a.m.: A smartphone was reported stolen after a resident accidentally left it on a park bench in Skypark. The owner was able to track the phone using iCloud to an unknown address in Ben Lomond.


2:32 p.m.: Twenty-seven pink flamingos were reported stolen from the front yard of a house on Deerfield Drive. The homeowner's daughter claimed to have seen a pickup truck full of boys pull up and take them sometime between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.


7:10 p.m.: A resident of Bean Creek Road reported that someone had stolen the registration tabs from his vehicle sometime in the preceding week.


March 12


8:38 a.m.: A bag, containing personal belongings, was reported stolen from inside a parked vehicle on Bean Creek Drive.


March 11


10:11 a.m.: A resident reported child abuse at police headquarters after her neighbor allegedly kept a “vicious” dog in the house, and did not seek treatment for the neighbor's daughter after the dog attacked her. Animal Services removed the animal from the residence.


2:44 p.m.: A woman was arrested at the intersection of Mount Hermon Road and Skypark Drive for a probation violation, as well as being in possession of drug paraphernalia, after she was spotted standing in the roadway.


- 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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