Sheriff’s Log: Oct. 5-11

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The following is the Avalon Sheriff’s Station significant incidents report for the period of Oct. 5 to Oct. 11.

“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,” he said.

‘Not My Kid’

The following is the Avalon Sheriff’s Station significant incidents report for the period of Oct. 5 to Oct. 11.

“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,” he said.

‘Not My Kid’

To help the youth in our community, as part of a national substance abuse prevention awareness campaign called “Not My Kid,” Deputies Rick Cordero and Justin Martin have offered their time and expertise to this program.  Both Cordero and Martin have shown the desire to inspire positive life choices for our youth.

Not My Kid is a non-profit organization whose mission is to empower and educate youth, families, and communities with the knowledge and courage to identify and prevent negative youth behavior such as substance abuse.

As part of the campaign, the Sheriff’s Youth Foundation has partnered with Not My Kid and provided Avalon Station with a supply of “First Check” home diagnostic testing kits.

Parents will be encouraged to use these kits as a positive prevention tool along with substance abuse prevention strategies and a family drug prevention plan.  If you suspect your child is using drugs and would like our help, please contact Deputy Cordero or Detective Martin at Avalon Sheriff’s Station.

October 5

• A visitor to the island reported that he was on a boat at Parson’s Landing, hoop-netting for Lobsters.  He was approached by a man aboard a skiff.  The visitor was allegedly threatened by the man with a knife.  The man then cut the lines to the visitor’s hoop-nets and left the area.

• An Avalon resident reported another resident recently entered his home without his permission.

October 6

• No significant incidents.

October 7

• No significant incidents.

October 8

• An employee at a business in the 300 block of Crescent Avenue reported a shoplifter stole merchandise from her store.

October 9

• An Avalon resident reported her golf cart was stolen from the Descanso Beach Club parking lot.  A deputy went to the parking lot and found the golf cart in the same area where it was believed to have been stolen from.  Upon searching the golf cart for the ignition key, he found marijuana in the golf cart.

October 10

• At 12:45 a.m., Lance Lopez, 32, an Avalon resident, was arrested on suspicion of an alleged assault.

October 11

• An inmate-worker at Avalon Station found a small quantity of marijuana while cleaning in front of the court house. The marijuana was later disposed of by deputies.

• A student at Avalon School was cited for possession of marijuana on school grounds and released to her parent.

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