Police log for March 9 through March 13
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March 13

400 Blk S 2nd St

• A Commercial burglary occurred where forced entry was made through a fence on the 400 block of South Second Street. Surveillance cameras were taken.

• Vicki Conklin, 43, was arrested on the 22000 block of I Street for an outstanding warrant for misdemeanor driving when license suspended or revoked for driving under the influence.

March 12

• Carina De La Fuente, was cited for an outstanding misdemeanor warrant for hit and run, and drriving without a driver license on the 500 block of C Street. She was located in an alley with two other subjects in an area where we were investigating reports of the sounds of shots fired. No evidence of a shooting was found.

• Residential burglary where suspect gained entry using a stolen key that was stolen earlier in the day on the 300 block of South Sixth Street. Taken was a purse.

• Christopher James Faria, 30, was arrested for an outstanding warrant for possession of a narcotic on the 200 block of North First Street. He was transported to the Stanislaus County Jail and booked.

• There was a report of a burglary to a vacant house on the 1300 block of Samantha Creek Drive. The entry was made through a door. A stainless steel Whirlpool stove and dishwasher were taken.

March 11

• Residential burglary in which jewelry and tools were taken on the 400 block of Eider Drive. The residence was entered while the owner was away from the home.

March 10

• A 211 PC, strong arm robbery, took place in an alley between Third and Fourth Street near the intersection of D Street. A watch valued at $1,500 dollars was stolen. The suspect was wearing all dark clothing and a hoodie.

• Thomas Rivas, 23, of Patterson was arrested for resisting a peace officer and a Merced for misdemeanor battery against a spouse near the corner of D and Fourth Street.

March 9

• A juvenile was arrested at Del Puerto High School for possession of marijuana on a school campus, and possession of cigarettes by a minor.

Items in this column include a sample of reports in the Patterson Police Services dispatcher’s daily log. Additional information is based on reports from officers. Charges may have been added or dropped as of press time, and all suspects are assumed innocent until proven guilty.

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