Editor's Note: The following incidents occurred between July 13 and 18, and were included in the most recent weekly report, sent out on July 25. Specific details come from individual incident reports maintained by the department.
July 13 - Police were called to after a burglary alarm sounded. Officers found that the back door had been forced open. Several liquor bottles were broken inside the store, and a high-end liquor case had apparently been opened. Surveillance video shows three men wearing gloves and hoods entering the store and taking several cases of liquor. The suspects could not be better identified.
July 13 - A 45-year-old woman reported that her $800 iPhone 4 had been stolen. She said she was at a soccer game at and left it on a lawn chair unattended for a short while. When she returned to the chair, the phone was gone. No suspects have been identified.
July 14 - A 54-year-old woman reported that her condo in the 2200 block of Nevada Avenue South had been burglarized. Police found the front door unlocked. Stolen was about $2,000 worth of electronics, as well as $1,000 worth of jewelry. No suspects have been identified.
July 15 - Police were called to a residence in the 8200 block of Westwood Hills Curve on a report of a garage break-in. The 70-year-old homeowner said an unknown suspect entered his unlocked car, which was in the driveway, and used the garage door opener to enter the garage. Two bikes, valued at $1,800 total, were stolen.
July 18 - Two, $1,200 laptops were reported stolen from Epicor's office in the building at 600 Highway 169. It is unclear exactly when the computers were stolen, as they were purchased in mid-June. They were being stored in a key-controlled room. No suspects have been identified.