Sunday, June 28  

8:18 a.m. / Auto Theft / 1300 block Vallecito Road  

A man called to report that his unlocked vehicle had been taken from his residence. The vehicle was a 2006 white Honda Accord. The Accord has a BYU (Brigham Young University) sticker on the back window. The car owner notified deputies that his credit card was used at Goleta Valley Liquor. Units attempted to make contact; however, they could not locate the suspect. 

 

10:04 a.m. / Burglary Tools / 1000 block Casitas Pass Road  

Deputies responded to a supermarket for a theft in progress. Deputies located the two suspects at the bus stop in front of the store. A man and a woman, both residents of Ventura, were in possession of bolt cutters, multiple plyers and a small lock pick set. They also had a counterfeit $10 bill and a gas card they “found” on the ground. Both suspects were cited for the charges. No items were taken from the supermarket. 

 

Monday, June 29  

10:57 a.m. / Stolen Credit Cards / Carpinteria Bluffs  

An unknown person(s) used a woman’s two credit cards at a mall in Thousand Oaks. The unknown suspect attempted to use each credit card for $5,000. The woman believes the credit cards were taken from her vehicle on June 24 at approximately 2 p.m. She later discovered her Honda Fit had damage on the driver’s side door lock. The woman believes someone broke into her vehicle and stole her credit cards. 

 

11:56 a.m. / Meth Possession / 4200 block Via Real   

A woman was contacted at a motel where she displayed signs and symptoms of being under the influence of a controlled substance. Based on the woman’s statements and an evaluation, it was determined that she was in fact under the influence of a controlled substance. A small clear baggie containing a usable amount of methamphetamine was also found in her belongings. The woman was cited and released without incident. 

 

6:12 p.m. / Recovered Stolen Vehicle / 5300 block Ogan Road  

A man located his reported stolen vehicle in front of a residence on Ogan Road. The vehicle was removed from the stolen vehicle system and the victim drove his car home.   

 

Tuesday, June 30  

12:02 p.m. / DUI / 4400 block Via Real  

Deputies responded to a fight in progress. Upon arrival, deputies located both parties. One man was contacted while attempting to drive away in his vehicle. The fight was initiated because one of the male subjects did not receive payment for oral sex. When deputies contacted the driver, there was a strong odor of alcohol from his breath. Field Sobriety Tests were performed and the man later blew a .26. He was transported to the Santa Barbara County Jail and booked for DUI.

 

1 p.m. / Child Abuse and Threats / 1000 block Concha Loma  

Deputies were dispatched to a report of a man with a knife at a residence. Deputies arrived and were told that a roommate slapped a 14-year-old and threatened him with a knife. The boy’s mother said that they left the house to call 911 but there were two young children still inside the home. Deputies entered the residence and contacted the suspect, who was still in possession of two closed pocketknives in his waistband. The suspect was arrested and later booked at the Santa Barbara County Jail. The 14-year-old victim was released to his mother and photographs were taken of injuries to his lip. 

 

7:30 p.m. / Stalking / Rincon Point   

A man called to report that his ex-girlfriend was harassing him and stalking him at the beach. He recently called 911 to report the woman confronting him and his girlfriend as they walked near his home. Deputies contacted her and she refused to leave at first, but she eventually left. Later that night, she returned to the man’s residence and deputies were called to the scene. On the day of the report, the woman confronted the man while at the beach and refused to let him get into his car. She also grabbed his cell phone and the man had to pull her away from his car. The man did not want the woman arrested and said that he will attempt to get a restraining order against the woman.  

 

Wednesday, July 1  

2:41 a.m. / Evading Arrest / 4200 Block of Carpinteria Avenue  

Two deputies were on foot patrol of condos in the 4200 block of Carpinteria Avenue when they observed a mini-van slowly driving through a complex. Deputies were clearly identifiable and attempted to contact the driver. When the driver saw the deputies, he drove off at a high rate of speed eastbound on Carpinteria Avenue and turned off his lights. A deputy observed the vehicle enter Highway 101 southbound at Reynolds Avenue. The deputy attempted to stop the vehicle with his emergency lights and siren. The vehicle failed to yield and a pursuit was initiated. The pursuit continued at a high rate of speed south to Ventura where it entered city streets. CHP took over the pursuit, which continued into the city of Oxnard where the vehicle ran out of gas. Two suspects were taken into custody and booked into Santa Barbara County Jail. The male driver and the female passenger were both identified as wanted felons and had led Ventura County Sheriff’s deputies on a pursuit several days ago from Ventura County to Carpinteria where the pursuit was terminated.

 

Thursday, July 2  

9:49 a.m. / Harrassment / 5900 block Casitas Pass Road

A woman reported that a coworker was not only sexually harassing at work, but also sending her several texts even after being told to stop. The victim alleged the suspect continually follows her, drives by her house and parks in front of her house. In reading texts sent by the man, he appeared to want a sexual relationship with her, but she repeatedly turned him down and told him to leave her alone. The man had made allegations in one text where he was upset at helping her financially and wouln’t leave her alone until she paid him the money back. He lives in Oxnard and is currently on leave from work. His phone is disconnected but deputies were able to text him to call them back, but he never did. An Emergency Protective Order was requested by the victim and granted.

 

10:47 a.m. / Domestic / 3800 block Via Real  

A woman came to the station to report issues with her adult son. She allowed him to move into her home about two months ago since he was homeless due to drug addiction problems. Since then, he has damaged the house and changed the locks. The deed to the house and motorcycle registration have gone missing. The woman requested documentation and advice. 

 

5:03 p.m. / Found Property / 4600 block Carpinteria Avenue 

A caller requested deputies to remove a beach cruiser bike that had been abandoned in the parking lot for three weeks. The bike was found to be covered in dirt and tree sap, so it was taken to the Carpinteria Station as found property. 

 

9:48 p.m. / Theft from a Vehicle / Rincon Park   

A man returned to his unlocked vehicle and discovered his wallet containing several credit cards was missing. As he was cancelling the cards the man discovered at least one card was used for purchases at Target in Goleta. The purchases totaled over $2,000.

 

3:14 a.m. / Traffic Violation / Highway 101 at Padaro Lane  

A vehicle stop was initiated on a vehicle where the driver was found to be on active probation. The man felt he could choose the location for the stop and continued driving for approximately one mile before yielding. The passengers, a woman and man, stated they told the driver to pull over, but he wanted to park the vehicle legally. The driver was cited.

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