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Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office

Feb. 10

Midnight: Deputies took a report on the 4400 block of Bonny Doon Road documenting the loss of a ring that a woman believes might have been stolen about a year ago


Feb. 9

5:48 a.m.: A 22-year-old man on the 500 block of River Road in Brookdale was arrested on an outstanding warrant that included charges related to driving under the influence, possession of drugs and battery with serious bodily injury.


Feb. 8

Midnight: A 56-year-old developer was arrested on a felony warrant for contracting without a license, theft, fraud and other charges out of Santa Clara County. He was arrested on the 100 block of Cliff View Drive in Boulder Creek.


Feb. 7

12:30 a.m.: More than 6 pounds, 6 ounces of marijuana and 1.1 grams of methamphetamine were found during a probation search of a home on the 11500 block of Lakeview Avenue in Felton. A 35-year-old man was arrested for being in possession of drugs, and a 29 year-old woman was arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance.

2:29 p.m.: A 28-year-old man from Capitola was arrested for domestic violence on Glenwood Drive outside of Scotts Valley.


Feb. 6

3 p.m.: A 50-year-old man from Boulder Creek was arrested at the intersection of Highway 9 and Highway 236 for being too intoxicated to care for himself.


Scotts Valley Police Department

Feb. 11

6:52 p.m.: Someone reported the theft of a laptop from a home on Christel Oaks Drive in Scotts Valley.


Feb. 10

1:21 a.m.: A woman was arrested at a hotel on La Madrona Drive after hitting and biting a man she was dating. 


Feb. 9

4:04 p.m.: A 26-year-old man who was pulled over for driving at an unsafe speed at the corner of Janis Way and El Pueblo Drive was arrested for driving under the influence of drugs.

4:28 p.m.: Two people were warned about trespassing and asked to leave the area on Santa’s Village Road.

7:56 p.m.: A man was arrested for public intoxication outside a liquor store on the 200 block of Mount Hermon Road.


Feb. 8

6:55 p.m.: Two women were stopped by loss prevention officers at a store on the 200 block of Mount Hermon Road and were arrested for shoplifting.


Feb. 7

8:42 p.m.: A man’s ex-girlfriend allegedly broke the windshield of his vehicle following an argument at an auto parts store on the 200 block of Mount Hermon Road. He did not choose to press charges.


Feb. 6

1:13 p.m.: A man reported to police that gas was stolen from his vehicle on Bean Creek Road.

2 p.m.: A man who was accused of taking clothing from a dryer at a public Laundromat on Mount Hermon Road was arrested on an unrelated warrant.

7:30 p.m. A man was allegedly following people and trying to get into their vehicles in the parking lot of a business on the 200 block of Mount Hermon Road. Officers arrested him on an outstanding warrant and for being drunk in public.

11:05 p.m.: A 19-year-old man was arrested for a hit-and-run traffic collision and for driving under the influence of alcohol on Whispering Pines Drive.


Feb. 5

12:13 p.m.: A heavily intoxicated man was arrested for battery after allegedly hitting his wife on the arm on Scotts Valley Drive.

1:48 p.m.: A man was arrested after an employee of a pharmacy on the 200 block of Mount Hermon Road recognized that he had dropped off a fraudulent prescription to be filled. When the man returned to pick up the prescription, officers arrested him.

5:34 p.m.: Someone struck a deer while driving on Mount Hermon Road at Skypark Drive.

9:22 p.m.: Police took a report from a man who said the father of his girlfriend forced his way into the man’s house on Oak Lane and punched him three times. 


This column includes items reported in dispatch logs of the listed agencies and records of the California Highway Patrol and area fire departments. Additional information may be based on reports from other agencies and officers. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty, and charges may have been added or dropped as of publication.

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