Crime Watch: DUIs, Graffiti and Burglaries

This week's Crime Watch reveals several DUIs throughout the community and a slew of residential burglaries.

The San Diego Police Department and the San Diego County Sheriffs Department have partnered with CrimeMapping.com to track criminal activity in local neighborhoods.

Below is a sampling of crimes reported between June 1 and June 15*. Note: Crimes may later be reclassified after investigations.

To report crimes in progress, call 911.

SDPD non-emergency calls (North County): 858-484-3154; click here to report crimes online.

Sheriff non-emergency calls: 858-565-5200; click here to report crimes online.

Date Location Time Crime June 2 16800 block Bernardo Center Drive 2:41 a.m. DUI June 4 14300 block Peñasquitos Drive 5:43 p.m. Commercial burglary June 4 14300 block Peñasquitos Drive 9:34 p.m. Battery with serious bodily injury June 5 17300 block Campillo Drive 8:16 a.m. Residential burglary June 5 12300 block Escala Drive 12:01 p.m. Residential burglary June 5 11200 block Avenida de los Lobos 3:15 p.m. Malicious mischief/vandalism June 5 17200 block Matinal Road 6 p.m. Residential burglary June 5 13800 block Paseo Cevera 9:55 p.m. DUI June 5 18700 block Aceituno Street 10:47 p.m. Residential burglary June 6 11200 block Poblado Road 5 a.m. Residential burglary June 7 16400 block Bernardo Center Drive 2:48 a.m. DUI June 7 9700 block Carmel Mountain Road 3:35 a.m. Battery on person June 7 11200 block Paseo Montanoso 10 a.m. Vandalism June 8 18100 block West Bernardo Drive 2:22 a.m. DUI June 8 10900 block Gerana Street 7:30 p.m. Residential burglary June 9 13500 block Black Mountain Road 4 a.m. DUI June 9 16700 block Diego Drive 3 p.m. Malicious mischief/vandalism June 10 17500 block Pomerado Road 12:49 a.m. DUI June 12 15700 block Camino Crisalida 7 p.m. Vandalism June 13 17000 block Calle Trevino 7 a.m. Vehicle theft

*There also were a number of vehicle break-ins not included in this week's roundup.


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