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Crime Blotter - April 6, 2011

April 06, 2011

AREA 1: 300 block of Los Olivos Lane: A woman returned to her car at 8 a.m. on March 31 after parking it in her driveway overnight and found some type of liquid substance had been poured on the vehicle and was causing the paint to come off. A responding deputy saw the tailgate and driver’s truck bed panel had been smeared with what appeared to be paint remover.

400 block of Rosemont Avenue: Rosemont Middle School’s vice principal advised a deputy that a student was in possession of marijuana around 10:30 a.m. on March 31. The student admitted he was carrying marijuana when asked by the deputy and was escorted to the principal’s office. The deputy confiscated the marijuana and cited him for possession of marijuana on school grounds before releasing him to his mother.

Ocean View Boulevard and Barton Lane: A deputy performed a traffic stop on a green Jeep Grand Cherokee while on patrol at 4:43 p.m. on March 31, after a license check came back with a $35,000 misdemeanor warrant for Daniel Lodygowski for driving with a suspended license and no front license plate. The driver admitted to his identity andsaid he was aware of the warrant. The deputy found a plastic straw on him that had a white powdery substance inside it. Lodygowski said he’d used it to inhale methamphetamine. He was arrested for possession of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and driving with a suspended license.

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200 block of Florencita Avenue: Three young women arrived home around 4:30 a.m. Two of them got out of the car to remove items from the trunk when three black males reportedly rushed toward them. One of the men pointed a gun at them and demanded they give them everything they had or he'd kill them. Both girls handed over their purses and the suspects ran to their car, got in and drove away. They took $1,175 worth of items, including two cell phones and two purses.

200 Fairway Avenue: A woman returned home the morning of April 4 and found the rear kitchen door unlocked, though she'd locked it the day before. After searching the house she found a laptop, set of earrings, stereo and two drills were missing from the house, worth a total of $1,900. The woman said her husband had lost a set of house keys in the days leading up to the incident.

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