Editor's Note: The following incidents were reported by the Los Alamitos Police Department from Feb. 3 to Feb. 9
02/09/13 – 9:01AM – 5100 Katella – A report of a vehicle window smashed and a loss of property from inside the vehicle sometime last night.
02/09/13 – 4:07PM – 10300 Kings – A report of an attempted entry into a vehicle sometime overnight.
02/06/13 – 2:59AM – 4000 Howard – A report of an unauthorized entry into a laundry room sometime in the past ten minutes with no loss.
02/06/13 – 7:35AM – 3700 Green – A report of an unauthorized entry into a laundry room occurred sometime overnight with no loss.
02/07/13 – 8:51AM – Katella and Kaylor – A report of a traffic collision. A 28-year-old Stanton woman was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence.
DRUNK IN PUBLIC
02/04/13 – 7:57PM – 3600 Howard – A report of an intoxicated subject in front of a residence. A 60-year-old man from Costa Mesa was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication.
POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE
02/06/13 – 3:00PM – 10500 Los Alamitos Blvd. – A citizen contact. A female juvenile from Cypress was arrested on suspicion of possessing concentrated cannabis.
02/07/13 – 11:10PM – 10400 Los Alamitos Blvd. – A report of unauthorized taking of property from an unlocked vehicle sometime within the past three hours.
02/03/13 – 12:07AM – 3600 Howard – A report of a disturbance. A 21-year-old Los Alamitos man was arrested for an outstanding warrant.
02/04/13 – 5:00AM – Valley View and Ball – A request for assistance from a nearby city regarding a burglary in progress. A 38-year-old Stanton man was arrested on suspicion of being under the influence of a controlled substance.
02/04/13 – 3:35PM – 3800 Katella – A report of a bullet being shot into a residence. A 30 year-old Los Alamitos was arrested on suspicion of child endangerment, discharging a firearm in a grossly negligent manner and possession of a switchblade.
Note: Hundred blocks given in place of exact address.
Editor's Note: Not all facts in each report are made public.There should be no assumption of guilt based on this limited information