Crime Blotter Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012
PORTERVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Information below is provided to The Recorder by the Porterville Police Department. It is noted that only arrests are reported and the suspects have not been found guilty of any crime.
Sunday, Nov.25, 2012
Officers responded to the 400 block of West Ruma Rancho Court regarding vandalism. The victim reported that the front and rear passenger windows to her Honda Accord were shattered, the windshield was cracked, and the suspect also keyed the passenger side of the vehicle. There is a suspect identified and the case remains under further investigation.
Officers responded to the 900 block of North Shadowood Street regarding thefts from two vehicles. The victim reported that suspect(s) stole a Pioneer stereo, two 12-inch subwoofers out of his unlocked Chevrolet Avalanche, and a Clarion stereo from his unlocked Hummer H3. Officers located physical evidence at the scene, and the case remains under investigation.
Officers responded to the area behind Save Mart on Henderson Avenue regarding Julie Fredrick, 50, that appeared to have been assaulted. Officers arrived and contacted Fredrick, who stated she was not assaulted, but extremely intoxicated. She was arrested for public intoxication and later booked at BWDF.
Officers were dispatched to Kohl’s Department Store regarding a theft that just occurred. Scott Lane, 33, concealed a set of speakers in his shirt and left the business. He was later located at Prospect Street and Henderson Avenue with the property. He was identified by Loss Prevention Agents and was taken into custody. The property was returned and Lane was booked at PPD.
Officers responded to a residence in the 100 block of North Silver Maple Street regarding a residential burglary. The victim reported that suspect(s) entered through the sliding glass door of his residence. A safe containing jewelry was taken from the northwest room, and the residence was ransacked, however, nothing else was missing. Physical evidence was located at the scene and the case remains under investigation.
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