ALLEGEDLY HITS WOMAN AFTER CUTTING IN LINE

Police were called to a business in the 500 block of Olympic Boulevard at 3:10 p.m. Thursday, September 25th, regarding a battery investigation.

A woman alleged to officers that a female suspect who attempted to cut in front of her in the food line struck her four times after an argument.

The suspect then fled but was detained by police when she returned to the area two hours later.

Police arrested and booked the suspect for battery and for having an outstanding warrant.

ARRESTED FOR PUNCHING TWO MEN NEAR STORE

Officers on patrol near a lumber store in the 1600 block of Lincoln Boulevard at 4:50 p.m. Thursday, September 25th, were flagged down regarding a report of assault and battery.

A man directed officers to a suspect walking down the street who had allegedly punched him and another man for an unknown reason.

Police located the suspect, arrested him and booked him for assault and battery.

ALLEGEDLY TRIED TO SPIT AT JAILER, STOMP FEET

Police were called at 11:09 a.m. Saturday, September 27th, to the 1100 block of Bay Street regarding a report of a man drinking in public.

When police contacted the man, they determined that he was intoxicated and detained him. The suspect then allegedly became hostile at the jail, attempting to spit at the officers and stomp on the jailer’s feet.

Police booked the suspect for assault on a police officer and public intoxication.

SUSPECT ARRESTED FOR PULLING KNIFE ON MAN

Police were called at 9 p.m. Sunday, September 28th, to the 1400 block of Wilshire Boulevard, where a fight was reported.

A man alleged to officers that he saw a suspect tagging the awning of a business in the area. When the man confronted the suspect, he allegedly pulled out a knife in a threatening manner.

The suspect fled when police arrived but was detained. Police searched the suspect and found that he was in possession of an etching tool, marker and driver’s license of another person.

The suspect was arrested and booked for exhibiting a deadly weapon, vandalism, possession of an etching tool and probation violation.

ALLEGEDLY HEAD-BUTTED OFFICER DURING SEARCH

Police were called to the 1500 block of 15th Street at 3:25 a.m. Monday, September 29th, regarding a report of a disturbance.

Officers contacted an intoxicated suspect and while they were searching him, he attempted to pull away and allegedly head-butted an officer.

Police arrested the suspect and booked him for battery on a police officer, resisting arrest and public intoxication.

ALLEGEDLY HIT MAN WHO TOOK HIS SLEEPING SPOT

A man in a parking area in the 2500 block of Main Street alleged to police at 11:20 p.m. Thursday, September 18th, that a suspect had struck him in the head with a stick because he was sleeping in the suspect’s spot.

Police located a man who matched the suspect’s description in the area of Main and Bay Streets two weeks later and detained him.

The suspect, who was identified by the victim, was arrested and booked for assault with a deadly weapon and for having five outstanding warrants.

ARRESTED FOR CUTTING SECURITY TAGS ON PANTS

Police were called to a store in the 300 block of Colorado Avenue at 5:20 p.m. Tuesday, September 30th, where a theft suspect had been detained.

Loss prevention agents alleged that the suspect had entered the store, used a pair of wire cutters to remove the security sensors on a pair of pants and left without paying. The pants were valued at $97.

The agents detained the suspect outside and released her to police, who arrested the suspect and booked her for burglary and possession of burglary tools.

BOOKED FOR SPITTING ON OFFICER DURING ARREST

Police were called to the 1900 block of 18th Street at 3:40 p.m. Wednesday, October 1st, where a fight was reported.

When officers arrived, they attempted to detain a female suspect who allegedly became agitated. The suspect allegedly ignored commands, resisted arrest and spat on an officer as he was trying to place her in the police vehicle.

Police booked the suspect for battery on an officer, resisting arrest and probation violation.

— Compiled and written by Vince Echavaria

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