Sheriff’s Blotter

 

 

Agoura Hills

A thief stole $215 worth of cold medicine from Ralphs grocery store on Kanan Road the evening of Jan. 25.

On Jan. 22 a thief opened an unlocked car parked outside Tire Man on Dorothy Drive and took a long board, skateboard, pocketknife, headphones and phone charger. The stolen items were worth $480.

A burglar broke into a home on Lakefront Drive on Jan. 15 and stole a mahogany jewelry box containing numerous pieces of jewelry valued at over $6,000. There was no sign of forced entry.

Between Jan. 13 and 15 someone broke into a home on Westhaven Drive. The rear sliding glass door was broken and a $400 iPad and several hundred dollars in cash were missing.

Calabasas

On the night of Jan. 26 a burglar took a garage door opener and phone charger from an unlocked vehicle in the driveway of a house on Bon Homme Road, then used the opener to enter the garage and steal a safe containing jewelry. The stolen items were valued at $180.

A male suspect stole a $450 iPad from the AT&T store on Calabasas Road on Jan. 26.

A burglar broke into a home on Ticonderoga Road on Jan. 26 by smashing a sliding glass door, causing $500 in damage. The thief stole cash, several pieces of jewelry and a safe containing a Social Security card. The stolen property was worth more than $5,000.

On Jan. 24 thieves stole a cellphone and a pair of virtual reality goggles worth $890 from the Victra Verizon store on Commons Way.

A package containing Philips brand electronics worth $133 was stolen from outside a home on Bravo Lane on Jan. 14.

Westlake Village

A woman reported that her $100 wallet containing credit cards and $120 in gift cards was stolen from her purse while she was shopping at Costco on Lindero Canyon Road. The theft took place Jan. 30. Shortly after, someone attempted to use one of the credit cards for a $1,046 purchase at the nearby Target, but the transaction was denied.

A car parked on Guildhall Court was broken into the night of Jan. 21. A wallet, driver’s license and garage door opener worth $90 were missing. Credit cards from the wallet were later used in purchases totaling $278 at a Walmart in West Hills.