Dispatch log
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Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office


Dec. 7


Midnight: A man was arrested in Brookdale when, during a physical altercation, he battered a woman, and caused her severe facial injuries.


Dec. 5


Midnight: A resident of the 23800 block of Highway 9 in Boulder Creek reported that someone had cut the locks to her property, and to a shipping container on the site, and had stolen vehicles valued at approximately $6,000.


Dec. 4


1 p.m.: A resident of the 14200 block of Big Basin Way reported that items had been stolen from inside a parked vehicle.


Scotts Valley Police Department


Dec. 9


9:38 a.m.: A storage unit on Victor Square was reportedly burglarized after someone cut the lock. It was unknown what, if anything, was missing.


3:13 p.m.: A resident of Lockewood Lane reported that someone had taken $200 from the wallet that she kept near her bed.


5:21 p.m.: A resident of Tabor Drive reported that someone had stolen Christmas lights and an extension cord from the property.


9:51 p.m.: Two 12-packs of beer were reported stolen from a business on the 200 block of Mount Hermon Road. The suspect, described as a Caucasian male between 25 and 30, was last seen on a skateboard.


Dec. 7

9:10 a.m.: Officers took a report after a man was spotted stealing four gift boxes of alcohol from a store on the 200 block of Mount Hermon Road. He was last seen in a Ford station wagon heading east toward Highway 17.


Dec. 6

8:41 a.m.: A resident of Crescent Drive reported that someone had thrown rocks through her windows. Nothing was reported missing.


- 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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