BOOKED FOR THEFT OF

MUFFINS, ORANGE JUICE

Police were called to a store in the 1900 block of Wilshire Boulevard at 8:21 a.m. Friday, October 21st, where a theft suspect was in custody.

A store employee told police that a suspect allegedly entered the store, placed two muffins and a bottle of orange juice in a bag and left without paying for the items, which cost $4.07.

The suspect was arrested and booked in Santa Monica Jail for theft.

ARRESTED FOR STEALING

ELECTRONICS ITEMS

Police were called to the 2200 block of Colorado Avenue at 7:55 p.m. Friday, October 21st, where they saw a male suspect allegedly run from a building.

Officers chased the suspect and detained him. Preliminary investigation revealed that the suspect had allegedly been inside the building, taken items from various office desks and fled.

The items recovered included CDs, DVDs and a camera.

The suspect was arrested and booked in Santa Monica Jail for burglary.

ALLEGEDLY PAYS BAR BILL

WITH FAKE CREDIT CARD

Police were called to a bar in the 1800 block of Ocean Avenue at 1:31 a.m. Sunday, October 23rd, where a suspect had allegedly attempted to use a fraudulent credit card to pay a bill.

The suspect had allegedly ordered a round of drinks for all patrons at the bar and attempted to pay a $138.56 bill with a fake credit card.

The suspect was arrested and booked in Santa Monica Jail for possession of a fraudulent credit card.

SUSPECT ARRESTED

FOR SPITTING ON MAN

Police were called to the 1300 block of Wilshire Boulevard at 3:23 p.m. Sunday, October 23rd, where a man was angry that his bicycle was inside a launderette. The bicycle owner allegedly approached a man and spat on his face three times.

The suspect was arrested and booked in Santa Monica Jail for assault and battery.

ALLEGEDLY TRIED TO STAB

WITH SCREWDRIVER

Police were called to the 2400 block of Centinela Avenue at 12:12 p.m. Monday, October 24th, to investigate a reported assault.

A man told officers that he parked his vehicle in a garage and when he saw a suspect inside the garage, he asked the suspect to leave.

The suspect allegedly produced a screwdriver and attempted to stab the man, who was able to dodge the attacks and was not struck.

The suspect was arrested and taken to Santa Monica Jail, where he was booked for assault with a deadly weapon.

ARRESTED FOR STEALING

ALCOHOL FROM STORE

A store employee in the 3200 block of Pico Boulevard told police at 9:20 a.m. Tuesday, October 25th, that a suspect allegedly entered a store, concealed bottles of alcoholic beverages in a jacket and left without paying.

When the suspect was apprehended, he was allegedly in possession of the stolen alcohol. Officers checked the suspect’s vehicle and discovered that the suspect had also allegedly stolen seven other alcohol bottles valued at $25.99.

The suspect was arrested and booked in Santa Monica Jail for commercial burglary.

ALLEGEDLY SEXUALLY

ASSAULTED WOMAN

A woman in the 1500 block of Santa Monica Boulevard told police at 11 p.m. Tuesday, October 25th, that a suspect allegedly reached between her legs and touched her genital area.

The suspect was arrested and taken to Santa Monica Jail, where he was booked for sexual assault.

ACCUSED OF BREAKING

INTO HOTEL ROOM

Police were called to a hotel in the 100 block of Wilshire Boulevard at 12:01 p.m. Wednesday, October 26th, regarding a burglary investigation.

Hotel loss prevention officers told police that a maid cleaning a room discovered that a suspect had allegedly entered the room by removing a screen and opening a window.

The suspect had also allegedly eaten food from the $499-per-night room.

The suspect was arrested and booked in Santa Monica Jail for commercial burglary.

SUSPECT BOOKED FOR

STEALING JACKET

A store employee in the 1400 block of the Third Street Promenade told police at 9:35 p.m. Wednesday, October 26th, that a suspect allegedly entered the store, put on a jacket valued at $65 and left without paying.

The suspect was arrested and booked in Santa Monica Jail for petty theft.

— Compiled and written by Vince Echavaria

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