Commander's Recap • June 5 - 11, 2022 | News |

2022-06-15 23:33:33 By : Mr. Tyler Zhang

Clear skies. Low around 60F. SSE winds shifting to ENE at 10 to 15 mph..

Clear skies. Low around 60F. SSE winds shifting to ENE at 10 to 15 mph.

An unknown subject broke the rear passenger window of the victim’s vehicle between 0845 and 0915 hours.

1120 hrs / Burglary / Santa Claus Beach

An unknown subject broke the rear passenger window of the victim’s vehicle between 0930 and 1130 hours. A purse and credit cards were taken. Two of the cards were used in Canoga Park, totaling $1,745. 

A vehicle was stopped for not having a front license plate. During the enforcement stop, the passenger was found to be on active probation. The passenger was found in possession of a controlled substance. He was arrested and booked. 

0119 hrs / Narcotics / Via Real and Santa Ynez 

A vehicle was stopped for a traffic violation and the driver was unlicensed. A passenger lying down in the back of the vehicle was found to have multiple warrants for his arrest. A consent search of the vehicle revealed several grams of meth and a meth pipe, as well as multiple open alcohol containers. The passenger was booked, and the driver was cited. 

0627 hrs / Graffiti / 4000 block Foothill Road

A report was taken for graffiti damage at a local high school. Security footage was sent over, and a follow up will be conducted.

2119 hrs / Stolen Vehicle / Hwy 101 and Linden Avenue 

A sheriff’s deputy located a stolen vehicle that had been reported out of Goleta. It was traveling southbound on Highway 101, through Carpinteria. The vehicle fled southbound into Ventura, where the California Highway Patrol took over. The vehicle was disabled with two spike strips, and the driver, a transient out of Pennsylvania, was booked.

1320 hrs / Trespassing / Santa Elena Lane 

A resident called to report a male trespassing on his property and stealing plants and produce from his yard. The man was associated with a silver vehicle. The vehicle sped off, where it was followed into Montecito, until it entered the wrong way onto the freeway. CHP took over the pursuit at Seaward in Ventura, and took the driver into custody. 

1851 hrs / Public Intoxication / Padaro Lane 

A fish and game warden was flagged down regarding an intoxicated subject. The man was found in the roadway and appeared to be intoxicated by an unknown substance. He was arrested. 

1421 hrs / Narcotics / Ortega Hill Road

A man suspected of stealing packages was located on Ortega Hill Road. He was found in possession of narcotics. He was arrested for prowling and possession. 

0745 hrs / Theft / Foothill Road and Santa Monica Road 

A man was stopped for riding his bicycle on the wrong side of the road. It was determined the bicycle was stolen. The owner of the bicycle responded to the scene, and sought prosecution. The man was cited and released. 

1130 hrs / Narcotics / Hwy 101 and Bates Road 

A traffic enforcement stop was conducted on a vehicle for having tinted windows. During the investigation, the passenger was found in possession of an open container of marijuana, and the driver said they were a former user of methamphetamine. The vehicle was searched, and a used methamphetamine pipe was located in the driver’s purse. Two additional used methamphetamine pipes were found in the vehicle. Both subjects were cited. 

1617 hrs / Narcotics / Casitas Pass Road and El Carro Lane

A traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle for not having a front license plate and for having expired registration. The driver said his license was suspended due to a recent DUI arrest. Police saw a clear bag of marijuana on the rear floorboard. During a search of the car, an additional bag of marijuana was located, along with three small bindles of methamphetamine. He was arrested. 

2318 hrs / Other Agency Assist / Casitas Pass Road and Via Real 

California Highway Patrol conducted a traffic stop on the Highway 101 northbound, for a vehicle traveling 90 mph. The vehicle excited at Casitas Pass Road but did not immediately yield. The front passenger fled from the vehicle; they could not be located. The driver was unlicensed and had an infant in the vehicle. He was cited and the vehicle was impounded. 

1112 hrs / Incident / 5700 block Carpinteria Avenue

A reporting party arrived at the station to report that a man posted an image on social media directed at his business. The message contained a water gun emoji, and this concerned the reporting party. The man that made the post informed deputies that he meant no threat by the message. He stated he was upset that the reporting party arrived at his home after a road rage incident and feared that the reporting party possibly had a weapon.

The reporting party called to report that woman posted her on their “Starbucks” Facebook group after she accused her of not refunding her money for a Starbucks cup. The Facebook group admin said they were going to contact Child Protective Services if she didn’t pay her back. The reporting party requested deputies document the incident.

After returning from a walk, the reporting party discovered the keyhole to his vehicle had been punched in and his backpack had been stolen. The reporting party stated the backpack contained miscellaneous clothing and cash. 

2017 hrs / Outer Agency Assist / Carpinteria State Beach 

The state parks requested sheriff’s deputies’ assistance with a “threat” investigation. A man got into a verbal argument with a nearby campsite over amplified music. The group reporting said the man had a 9mm, and he would shoot their speaker if they didn’t turn the music down. The man returned to his RV, where state parks attempted to contact him, but he refused to respond. After negotiations, the man exited his trailer and was detained. The man admitted to the crime of disturbing the peace, but denied speaking about a firearm, although he had a 9mm handgun registered to him. The man was forced to leave the campground. 

The reporting party heard metal being sawed/grinded from outside of his residence. When he looked outside, he saw a white Jeep Compass parked next to his work truck. The vehicle believed subjects were stealing his catalytic convertor, so he grabbed a baseball bat and flashlight and confronted them. The suspects drove off at a high rate of speed, and a be on lookout was issued. Venture PD advised they had located the suspect vehicle, with a floor jack visible inside, around 0302 hours. The suspects, both out of Los Angeles, were driving without a license, and were in possession of four catalytic convertors, burglary tools and drug paraphernalia. The suspects were booked into the Ventura County Jail. 

0602 hrs / Theft / 1000 block Casitas Pass Road 

The reporting party said his backpack with cell phones and personal property was taken by an unknown suspect. 

1223 hrs / Warrant / 1000 block Casitas Pass Road

A man was observed in his vehicle behind a local drug store. The man was known to have a warrant for his arrest. A records check confirmed the warrant and expired registration on his vehicle, which was displaying a current tab. Due to the man’s numerous medical problems, he was cited for the warrant. 

1438 hrs / Found Item / Santa Claus Beach 

The reporting party found a cell phone. Deputies attempted to locate the owner but were unsuccessful. 

A woman was observed not stopping at a stop sign. The driver had a mixed alcoholic drink in the plastic cup in the center console. The driver, 20, was unlicensed and had 0.058% blood alcohol content. She was cited. 

0201 hrs / Narcotics / Casitas Pass Road

A woman was found asleep in her vehicle in a bus loading area with methamphetamine in plain view. Additional meth and drug paraphernalia located. She was also in possession of a forged social security card for a person she claimed was her brother. She was booked. 

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