ALLEGEDLY BROKE INTO LAUNDROMAT MACHINES

A manager at a Laundromat in the 2500 block of 17th Street alleged to police at 4:40 a.m. Friday, October 20th, that two suspects had broken into coin machines at the Laundromat.

The two suspects allegedly entered the Laundromat, broke into coin machines and fled in a vehicle.

The amount of loss to the Laundromat was unknown.

The suspects have not been located and no arrests were made.

ARRESTED FOR STABBING MAN IN CHEST WITH PEN

Police were called to an apartment building in the 1800 block of 18th Street at 8:15 a.m. Saturday, November 4th, where a disturbance was reported.

A man alleged to police that his roommate assaulted him and stabbed him with a pen, leaving a small puncture mark in his upper chest area.

After the two had gotten into an argument over the television, they began to fight, and the roommate then allegedly pulled out a ball point pen from his pocket and stabbed the man.

The suspect also allegedly scratched the man several times in the face.

Police arrested the suspect and booked him in Santa Monica Jail for assault with a deadly weapon and making threats.

BOOKED FOR ASSAULTING NIGHTCLUB DOORMAN

Police were called to a nightclub in the 1400 block of the Third Street Promenade at 10:25 p.m. Saturday, November 4th, where a fight was in progress.

Arriving officers saw a doorman wrestling with two men in front of the nightclub.

After officers separated them and conducted interviews, police determined that the doorman had apparently refused to allow the two men into the nightclub because they were not dressed appropriately.

The men then allegedly became irate and began to fight with the doorman, at which point police were notified.

The two suspects were arrested and booked in Santa Monica Jail for assault and battery.

ARRESTED FOR KICKING, PUNCHING MAN IN ALLEY

Police were called to the 1900 block of Alley Nine at 10:55 p.m. Sunday, November 5th, regarding a report of an assault with a deadly weapon.

A man alleged to police that two suspects had beaten him up and left him unconscious.

The man alleged to officers that he was with the two suspects in the alley when they suddenly began punching and kicking him in the face until he lost consciousness.

When the man awoke an hour later and realized what happened, he went to the 2200 block of Lincoln Boulevard where the suspects normally hang out.

After the man located the suspects he called police, who arrested the two suspects and booked them in Santa Monica Jail for assault with a deadly weapon.

ARRESTED FOR BREAKING CITY TRASH CONTAINER

A man in the 2900 block of Main Street told police at midnight Tuesday, November 7th, that he saw a suspect allegedly push over a City of Santa Monica cement trash container, breaking it.

The trash container was valued at $500.

The man directed officers to the suspect, who was walking down the street.

Police arrested the suspect and booked him in Santa Monica Jail for vandalism.

ARRESTED FOR STEALING SKATEBOARDS FROM SHOP

Police were called to a surf shop in the 2600 block of Main Street at 3:10 a.m. Tuesday, November 7th, regarding a burglary report.

A man alleged to officers that he had seen two suspects, one of whom threw a square metal object through the store window, enter the store.

The suspects allegedly took four skateboards from the store and left seconds later.

The skateboards were valued at $657.

The man gave a description of the suspects to officers, who detained the suspects in the 2400 block of Main Street.

The suspects were arrested and taken to Santa Monica Jail, where they were booked for commercial burglary and possession of methamphetamine.

ALLEGEDLY SWUNG METAL CHAIN ON PIER

Police were called to the 200 block of the Santa Monica Pier at 4:45 a.m. Tuesday, November 7th, regarding a report of an assault with a deadly weapon.

Witnesses alleged to officers that an intoxicated suspect was swinging a heavy chain around, threatening to hit people with it.

No one was injured.

Responding officers arrested the suspect without incident and recovered the three-foot-long metal chain.

The suspect was booked in Santa Monica Jail for assault with a deadly weapon.

— Compiled and written by Vince Echavaria

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