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Santee Crime Report: Purse Snatching at Town Center

The following information comes from Santee Sheriff’s Dept. reports. Suspects have not been convicted of a crime.

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December 17

Purse snatching- 100 Town Center Pkwy

Threaten crime with intent to terrorize- 9300 block Prospect Ave- 42-year-old female and juvenile victims- 43-year-old male booked

December 18

Shoplifting- Walmart- 53-year-old male cited

December 19

Commercial burglary- 9300 block Shadow Hill Rd, Eagles Club- $3,500

Vehicular burglary- 9400 block Mission Gorge Rd- electronics and pistol valued at $1,700

Vehicular burglary- 9700 block Roe Dr- Wallet and cash valued at $300

Vehicular burglary- 9600 block Cecilwood Dr- valued at $165

Stolen car- Beck Dr. @ Timberlane Way

Stolen bicycle- 8800 Wigwam Ct

December 20

Shoplifting- Food 4 Less- 27-year-old male cited- 24 food items valued at $90

Vandalism (smashed car window)- 9300 block Prospect Ave

December 21

Stolen vehicle- 10500 block Princess Joann Rd- car and tools valued at $5,000

Commercial burglary- 10900 block Hartley Rd- Gold Coast Restoration / Apple Financial Services- computers valued at $5,500

Grand theft- RD Engineering and Construction- tools valued at $1,100

Petty theft from a vehicle- 100 block Civic Center Dr- purse and jewelry valued at $150

Shoplifting- Kohl's- 50 and 29-year-old females booked at Las Colinas- clothes valued at $2,200

December 22

Vehicular burglary- 300 block E Bradley Ave- valued at $2,000

Petty theft- 9900 block Magnolia Ave- cell phone valued at $200

Shoplifting- Albertsons- food valued at $20

Residential burglary and stolen car- 9900 block Via Nina- valued at $4,100

December 23

Commercial burglary- 9200 block Carlton Oaks Blvd (Sycamores Apartments)- tools valued at $1,000

Shoplifting- Kohl's- 42-year-old female booked- clothes valued at $400

Purse snatching- 200 block Town Center Pkwy

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