An employee of Andronico’s Market, located at 100 Center Blvd., reported a male subject took a twelve pack of beer and left the store without paying for it. He advised he was trying to catch up to the subject at the time of the call. The subject then left the beer behind. Officers responded and located the subject. A San Rafael man was arrested Public Intoxication, Shoplift and Violation of Probation. He was booked at the Marin County Jail.
A resident of the 200 block of San Anselmo Ave. reported a fraudulent electronic check was issued, using her checking account information, to pay for a web account subscription. The loss is approximately $30. An Identity Theft report was taken.
A resident of the 1500 block of Sir Francis Drake Blvd. reported someone attempted to open credit card accounts using her name in Richmond. It was determined she had already filed an Identity Theft report with the Richmond Police Department. Advice was given.
A resident of the 20 block of Fern Lane reported two jewelry items are missing from her house sometime since early February. The approximate loss is $20,000. A Grand Theft report was taken for documentation.
An employee of a business in the 60 block of Greenfield Ave. reported he had just arrived at the business and found the rear window had been smashed. He reported it appears food was stolen from the kitchen. It was determined $535 in cash and coins were taken. A commercial burglary report was taken.
A resident of the 200 block of Redwood Road reported his vehicle had been stolen. Officers checked the area for the vehicle with negative results. An Auto Theft report was taken. The vehicle was entered into the Stolen Vehicle System. The vehicle was later recovered at the scene of a residential burglary in the Santa Cruz area. There is continuing investigation in progress.
A Novato resident reported she discovered her checking account was overdrawn by several thousand dollars. She contacted her bank and learned a $4,782 check had been deposited into the account at the San Anselmo branch and then the money was withdrawn. The bank determined the check was counterfeited on another bank’s account and voided the deposit. A Fraud report was taken.
A resident of the 90 block of Redwood Road reported their vehicle was stolen. A Check of the area for the vehicle met with negative results. An auto theft report was taken and the vehicle was entered into the stolen vehicle system.
A resident of the 100 block of Madrone Ave. reported a Victoria Secret account was opened in their name and $858.67 has been charged. A Fraud report was taken and there maybe additional followup pending.
A business in the 10 block of Bank St. reported her oak, ladies size small, rocking chair is missing from in front of the store. The loss is approximately $150. Documentation was provided for the theft.
A San Rafael resident reported that while his vehicle was parked in a lot in the 800 block of Sir Francis Drake Blvd., his bicycle was taken from the back of his vehicle. The bicycle is a white and blue Specialized road bike. Documentation was provided for the theft.
The Pharmacist for the CVS Pharmacy, located at 880 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., reported he may have a subject attempting to fill a forged prescription. He advised he was alerted by the doctor’s office, located in Burlingame, that they do not have a patient by the name that is on the prescription. He advised a female subject was now in the pharmacy attempting to purchase the prescription. The subject was contacted and was also determined to have an outstanding arrest warrant held by the Oakland Police Department. An Oakland woman was arrested for the warrant, Prescription Forgery and Commercial Burglary. She was booked at the Marin County Jail.
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