Tuesday, June 12

Suspicious person

3:20 p.m., Rail Road Flat – Suspicious person; intoxicated subject arrested. North Railroad Flat Road.

Disturbance

6:21 p.m., Douglas Flat – Disturbance; male subject cutting down street signs with a chainsaw. No report taken. Highway 4 and Main Street.

Vandalism

11:21 p.m., Angels Camp – Vandalism; vandalism to private property. No report taken. Riata Way.

Wednesday, June 13

Disturbance

1:32 p.m., Mountain Ranch – Disturbance; arrest made. Old Gulch Road.

Theft

2:14 p.m., San Andreas – Theft; theft of marijuana. Report taken. Marshall Avenue.

Burglary in progress

2:19 p.m., Valley Springs – Burglary in progress; three arrested. Baldwin Street.

Thursday, June 14

Disturbance

4:27 a.m., San Andreas – Disturbance; argument heard between a male and female. Report taken. Oak Street.

Disturbance

6:35 a.m., San Andreas – Disturbance; altercation, arrest made. Report taken.

Suspicious person

12:47 p.m., Mokelumne Hill – Suspicious person; woman talking to herself and collecting rocks. No report taken. Highway 49 and Big Bar Road.

Suspicious person

4:06 p.m., San Andreas – Suspicious person; woman going door-to-door and asking to see PG&E bills. Solicitor not willing to leave when asked. No report taken. Russell Road.

Vandalism

6:39 p.m., Valley Springs – Vandalism; vandalism to yard ornaments. Report taken. Cedar Street.

Friday, June 15

Burglary, not in progress

8:44 a.m., Arnold – Burglary, not in progress; break-in to outbuilding. Report taken. Moran Road.

Identity theft

10:48 a.m., Murphys – Identity theft; fraudulent use of bank card. Report taken. Indian Hills Court.

Vandalism

1:56 p.m., Dorrington – Vandalism; broken window on vacant residence. Report taken. Choctaw Drive.

Saturday, June 16

Suspicious circumstances

12:31 p.m., Murphys – Suspicious circumstances; someone knocking on reporting person’s door. Deputy unable to locate any subjects in the area. No report taken. Fairway Village Court.

Suspicious circumstances

12:19 p.m., Vallecito – Suspicious circumstances; someone possibly living in a residence that should be vacant. No report taken. Juniper Drive.

Suspicious person

3:55 p.m., West Point – Suspicious person; female wearing pajamas stepping in and out of traffic. No report taken. Highway 26 and Barney Way.

Suspicious person

5:16 p.m., Murphys – Suspicious person; male jumping on cars in the roadway. No report taken. Six Mile Road.

Fireworks

9:16 p.m., San Andreas – Fireworks; officer-initiated activity. Someone setting off fireworks. Report taken. West St. Charles Street.

Disturbance

11:08 p.m., Murphys – Disturbance; officer-initiated activity. Report taken. Six Mile Road.

Sunday, June 17

Suspicious circumstances

5:05 a.m., Copperopolis – Suspicious circumstances; subject thinks he is being followed. No report taken. Chuck Wagon Drive and Hub Court.

Robbery

8:23 a.m., Murphys – Robbery; theft of money reported. Report taken. Highway 4 and Jones Street.

Suspicious circumstances

8:39 a.m., Copperopolis – Suspicious circumstances; dispute over truck taken without permission. Report taken. Council Trail.

Motorist assist

5:16 p.m., Angels Camp – Motorist assist; officer-initiated activity. Vehicle lost a boat trailer on the passing lane in the Glory Hole Recreation Area at New Melones Reservoir. No report taken. Whittle Road.

Monday, June 18

Burglary, not in progress

1 a.m., Mountain Ranch – Burglary, not in progress; possible break-in reported. Unfounded. No report taken. Michel Road.

Suspicious circumstances

2:30 p.m., Valley Springs – Suspicious circumstances; subject leaving flyers on some residences and not others. No report taken. Bartelink Drive.

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