SW Report

Neighborhood Watch Report: Southwest Quadrant
St Vincent Hill District reported on March 30th 2012

Report from January till March
Posted by webmaster on 04/01/2012

Action or Information:

12  Muggings: 11 Battery On Person: 1 – Assault on Peace Officer/Emergency

29 Other: 29 – Burglary

7 Other: – Mental Health Hold Disposition: Referred to Other Agency

4 Other:  – Possess Narcotic reported and 2 arrests made.

33 Prostitution: – Prostitution Disposition:2 – Arrested, 12 General Service Rendered, 18 Unable to Locate, 1 Unfounded Civil.

15 Vandalism: 15 Vandalism Less Than $400

17 Other: 17  – Trespassing

21 Theft: 1 – Forgery, 15  – Petty Theft, 4 – Obtain Credit/ETC :

Use Others ID – 1 Canceled.

36 Theft of Vehicle: –  Take Vehicle w/o owners consent.

2 Shootings: 1 Shoot at Unoccupied Dwelling/ Vehicle/ETC,  1 Random Shooting, arrested
Additional Information: The report above is from January 1st till March 30th

Neighborhood Watch Report: Southwest Quadrant
Vallejo Annex reported on March 26, 2012

Report from January till March
Posted by webmaster on 04/01/2012

Action or Information:

2 Identity thefts not reported to Neighborhood Watch,  but in our neighborhood.

6 Small to large thefts around the neighborhood but not reported to the Neighborhood Watch.

2 Burglaries around the neighborhood, not reported to Neighborhood Watch

2 Batteries on persons in neighborhood, not reported to Neighborhood Watch

4 Car thefts in the neighborhood, not reported to Neighborhood Watch

1 Arrest in the 300 block of Campbell. There have been fewer prostitutes since the eviction of squatters in house on Georgia.

1 Assault with a deadly weapon in the neighborhood, not reported to Neighborhood Watch.

2 Acts of vandalism reported by neighbors who purchased a new home, also a theft of building materials and a fire set in the back yard of the same property.

2 Foreclosed Houses with Squatters which continue to bring crime into the neighborhood. Have threatened Civil Nuisance Abatement  and are proceeding with filing a suit.

2 Drug dealing reported to Crime Suppression!

Additional info: This is a report for the months from January to March in the Vallejo Annex Neighborhood Watches.  We have had an increase in thefts of items from properties.  There has been more foot traffic through the neighborhoods from people  who do not appear to be residents.

There has been a reduction in some crime since Squatters were evicted from a property in the neighborhood. The other property with Squatters continues to be a crime magnet in the area where it is located.

The local grocery store has had an increase in morning and afternoon shoplifting. The shoplifting is being carried out by students from Franklin Middle School. The store management and the principal, as well as the Sheriff’s office have been working to prohibit this activity.