Burglary, vandalism
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Sept. 30

3:28 p.m.: A 14-year-old Patterson boy was cited and released to his parent near the corner of South Fourth Street and Sperry Avenue for possession of marijuana.

Sept. 29

10:37 a.m.: A petty theft of items from an unlocked vehicle was reported on the 200 block of Barros Street.

Sept. 28

7:13 a.m.: A commercial burglary was reported on the 1000 block of West Las Palmas Avenue; the front door to a business was pried open, the power shut off and cash taken from a register.

7:53 a.m.: Several business located in a complex on the 2900 block of Renzo Lane were burglarized sometime in the early morning hours. The power was shut off and phones lines had been cut to the buildings; it is unknown at this time what was taken, each businesses is taking inventory to determine what is missing.



8:50 a.m.: A room that contains electrical boxes for a business complex on the 1000 block of Sperry Avenue had been pried open and the power shut off to the complex. It appeared that no businesses were broken into.

Sept. 27

10:14 p.m.: Gary Clayton Wallen, 25 of Waterford, was arrested on a failure to appear bench warrant for driving under the influence alcohol near the corner of Sperry and Ward Avenue.

Sept. 25

11:31 a.m.: A vehicle burglary was reported on the 1100 block of Kinglet Lane. The vehicle was ransacked but it appeared as if nothing was taken.

4:27 p.m.: A 2003 Dodge Intrepid was reported stolen on the 300 block of South Fourth Street.

7:23 p.m.: A black and orange Beach Cruiser bicycle was stolen from the front yard of a residence on the 500 block of Morning Glory Drive.

11:55 p.m.: A black and charcoal gray Trek Mountain bike was stolen from outside the entrance of a business on the 100 block of E Las Palmas Avenue.

Sept. 23

9:20 a.m.: Someone vandalized a residence on the 900 block of Arambel Drive with red spray paint.

11:11 a.m.: A grand theft of jewelry from a residence was reported on the 100 block of South Fifth Street.



9:59 p.m.: A 2008 pearl colored Ford Edge was reported stolen on Finster Street.

Sept. 21

1:06 p.m.: Candice Victoria Andrews, 31 of Patterson, was arrested near the corner of Shearwater Drive and James Burke Avenue for a felony warrant out of Alameda County on smuggling drugs, device or alcohol into a prison or jail, and felony possession of a controlled substance.

Sept. 20

4:41 a.m.: Someone smashed the front door to a business on the first block of South Third Street, but left it intact; no one entered the business.

12:31 p.m.: Someone entered a garage and took several power tools on the 500 block of Sunflower Drive.

Sept. 20

3:59 a.m.: Someone shattered the glass to the front door of a business on the 200 block of Sperry Avenue. An inventory is being conducted to see if anything has been taken.

Sept. 18

9 a.m.: Roberto Hernandez, 35 of San Luis, Arizona was picked up by the Stanislaus County Sheriff Extradition team from the Yuma County Correctional Facility in Yuma, Arizona and brought back on a warrant of arrest for felony robbery first degree, felony burglary, felony elderly/dependent adult with great bodily harm/death, and felony assault by force likely to produce great bodily injury.

4:21 p.m.: Ryan Belkin, 21 of Patterson, was arrested on the 600 block of North Fourth Street on suspicion of delaying or obstructing an officer in performance of duties.

Sept. 17

9:42 a.m.: Scott Randolph Drummond, 27 of Patterson, was arrested on the 300 block of Poppy Avenue for felony possession of an assault weapon, felony possession of a controlled substance and a weapon, felony possession of a large capacity magazine, and felony possession of a controlled substance.



4:19 p.m.: Austin Tyler Bartholomew Lousignont, 24 of Patterson, was arrested on the 300 block of Poppy Avenue on a failure to appear warrant from California Highway Patrol for possession of a device, instrument, or paraphernalia to inject or smoke a controlled substance.

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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