Sheriff’s Log: Aug. 4-10, 2016

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The following is the Avalon Sheriff’s Station significant incidents report for the period of  Aug. 4 to Aug. 10.

“It is important to note that no assumption of criminal guilt or affiliation should be drawn from the content of the information provided in this report,” said Capt. Doug Fetteroll, commander of the Station.  “Many people who get arrested do not get convicted or even charged with crimes for which they have been arrested.”

Public Safety Information

The following is the Avalon Sheriff’s Station significant incidents report for the period of  Aug. 4 to Aug. 10.

“It is important to note that no assumption of criminal guilt or affiliation should be drawn from the content of the information provided in this report,” said Capt. Doug Fetteroll, commander of the Station.  “Many people who get arrested do not get convicted or even charged with crimes for which they have been arrested.”

Public Safety Information

Anyone who finds any type of military ordnance is urged not to handle the device. Keep a safe distance and call 911 immediately.

August 4

• A visitor to the island reported two bicycles were stolen from the 800 block of Country Club Drive.

August 5

• A minor from Carslbad was cited on suspicion of possessing a false identification inside a business at Two Harbors.

August 6

• A minor from Topanga was cited on suspicion possessing a false identification inside a business at Two Harbors.

August 7

• An Avalon resident reported money and her identification were taken from her vehicle while it was parked on Pebbly Beach Road.

• A visitor from Arizona was involved in a minor boating accident in Avalon Harbor.  The operator of the boat was cited for unsafe speed in the Harbor.

August 8

• No significant incidents.

August 9

• An employee at a business in the 300 block of Crescent Avenue reported being the victim of a battery at the hands of a visitor from Rancho Palos Verdes.  At the time of the report, the employee was non-desirous of prosecution.

August 10

• A live Navy phosphorous marking flare was found by a kayaker near Toyon Bay.  Deputies responded, along with investigators from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Arson Explosives Detail and rendered the device safe.

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