SHERIFF’S BLOTTER

Agoura Hills

On Feb. 17, a vandal broke a window at Wood Ranch restaurant, 5050 Cornell Road. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department deputies arrived, announced themselves and went inside. However, they found no one. Replacement value of the window was estimated at $300.

The wheels and tires were stolen off a Ford Explorer sometime between Feb. 15 and 16 at Hampton Inn, 30255 Agoura Road. The replacement value was estimated at $2,000.

In one of several incidents involving paintballs, a residence on Wheelhouse Lane was vandalized Feb. 14. Video from Snapchat shows what looks like several teenage boys posing with paintball guns and running through the neighborhood firing paintballs. The video does not show the group firing at the victim’s home. The damage was estimated at $1,000. Meanwhile, some Agoura High School parents have issued a warning about seven boys discussing getting together on weekends and shooting paintballs at the homes of high school girls. At another Wheelhouse residence, someone shot paintballs at a garage door around Feb. 12 and 13, causing $5,000 in damage.

A trailer valued at $9,000 was reported stolen Feb. 11 from Danny’s Automotive on Dorothy Drive. A witness who saw a man hitch the trailer to a truck and drive off on Agoura Road gave chase. Security video shows two men standing next to a white pickup truck around the time of the incident.

Calabasas

A briefcase full of items was stolen Feb. 18 when someone broke into a car on Parkmor Road. A witness told the victim he saw a man in a white hoodie smash a rear window, reach in and grab the briefcase. The witness yelled at the crook, who ran north on Parkmor.

Someone broke into a car on Alizia Canyon Drive on Feb. 17, making off with a $1,600 Apple MacBook Pro computer, a $300 guitar and other items. The owner said he parked and locked the car, and came out the next morning to find a window smashed and his property missing.

A man and a woman made off with more than $ 1,400 in merchandise Feb. 16 from Lululemon at The Commons. The same people are suspected of stealing from the same store on Jan. 28.

Fragrance items valued at around $10,000 were taken

Feb. 16 from Ulta Beauty, 23471 Calabasas Road. The perpetrators are described as four women, one in a monkey face mask. They entered the store, went to the fragrance section and loaded merchandise into black bags they’d brought with them. They then left the store and got away.

A customer of Public Storage, 23811 Ventura Blvd., said her unit was looted sometime between Jan. 28 and Feb. 8. The loss estimate was around $400.

Westlake Village

A garage door was dented in a paintball gun incident Feb. 13 on Landino Drive. The resident was inside when he heard loud tapping coming from the garage area. He went to investigate and discovered the damage. The owner of the property washed the orange paint away before authorities arrived, but they found seven dents in the garage door, likely from paintballs. Deputies did note finding one orange splat near the front door.

A purse was stolen from a car when the owner was loading groceries into the trunk Feb. 12 at Costco on Lindero Canyon Road. Among the items taken was an $800 rose gold iPhone. The phone

was tracked to a Target store on Russell Ranch Road, where the woman’s Visa card was used to make purchases of around $425.

A car was broken into at the YMCA on Thousand Oaks Boulevard on Feb. 9, with the perpetrator making off with credit cards and other items. The victim reported purchases on the card at three Agoura Hills businesses— and authorities came up with photos showing the same man making those purchases with the victim’s cards. He was driving a Ford Fiesta or Honda Fit.

Oak Park

Four catalytic converters with an estimated value of $7,500 were stolen from vehicles in a Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District parking lot at the 5600 block of Hollytree Drive Feb. 22.

A man was arrested for felony theft and domestic violence stemming from an incident Feb. 19 in the 600 block of Lindero Canyon Road.

A woman living in the 5800 block of Hickory Drive reported on Feb. 17 that someone opened a credit card account in her name.

A felony grand theft was reported Feb. 16 at a home in the 300 block of Sprucewood Avenue. A male victim reported auto parts were stolen from his vehicle.

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