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Here is the latest weekly crime summary from the Los Alamitos Police Department.

Editor's Note: This blotter is from the Los Alamitos Weekly Crime Summary from the city Police Department for September 30 to Oct. 6.

STOLEN VEHICLE

10/1/12 – 11:52 AM – 3500 Florista – An officer located an occupied stolen vehicle.  Further investigation revealed property within the vehicle had been stolen during the commission of a residential burglary in another city.  Officers arrested a 32-year-old Sylmar man on suspicion of possessing stolen property, possessing a controlled substance and resisting a peace officer. Officers also arrested a Burbank woman, 27, on suspicion of possessing stolen property and delaying and obstructing a peace officer.

10/6/12 – 1:52 AM – 3200 Katella Ave. – An officer located an unoccupied stolen vehicle taken from La Habra.

ROBBERY

10/6/12 – 12:44 PM – 4200 Katella Ave. – A person posing as a customer used bodily force to pin the employee against the counter and demand money from the cash register. The suspect fled without any property.

AUTO BURGLARY

10/1/12 – 6:30 AM – 10300 Los Alamitos Blvd. – A report of an unauthorized person  smashing a vehicle window sometime overnight with an unknown loss from inside.

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY/SHOPLIFT

10/2/12 – 8:09 AM – 3500 Cerritos Ave. – A report of construction equipment taken from a jobsite building without authorization sometime overnight.

DRUNK IN PUBLIC

10/3/12 – 9:22 PM – 4300 Katella Ave. – Pedestrian check.  A Bellflower man, 25, was arrested on suspicion of being intoxicated in public and unable to care for himself.

POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

10/2/12 – 2:00 PM – Green St. and Reagan – Pedestrian check.  A 47-year-old transient was arreste on suspicion of possessing a controlled substance.

10/5/12 – 3:33 AM – 3200 Katella Ave. – Pedestrian check.  An Anaheim woman, 49, was arrested on suspicion of possessing a controlled substance and possessing narcotics paraphernalia. A 42-year-old Fullerton man was arrested on suspicion of being under the influence of a controlled substance, misappropriating lost or stolen property and a parole hold.

10/5/12 – 3:54 PM – Katella Ave. and Walnut – Traffic stop.  A 52-year-old Long Beach woman was arrested on suspicion of possessing a controlled substance.

THEFT

10/1/12 – 10:09 AM – 10500 Calle Lee – A report of an unauthorized person removing a battery from a work truck sometime over the prior weekend.

10/2/12 – 4:00 PM – 4000 Howard – A report of an unauthorized person taking a bicycle trailer from a rack sometime overnight or during the day.

10/6/12 – 9:49 AM – 4100 Farquhar – A report of an unauthorized person attempting to steal coins from a laundry machine sometime overnight.

10/6/12 – 11:51 AM – 11800 Paseo Bonita – A report of an unauthorized person taking a bicycle from beside a residence sometime in the prior hour.

IDENTITY THEFT/CREDIT CARD/CHECK FRAUD

10/6/12 – 12:46 PM – 3700 Katella Ave. – A report of an unauthorized person accessing a business credit account in another city sometime in the prior week.

MISCELLANEOUS

9/30/12 – 10:00 PM – Katella Ave. and Wallingsford – Pedestrian check. Two 18-year-old Long Beach men were arrested: one on suspicion of  vandalism and one on suspicion of possessing graffiti tools.

10/1/12 – 12:16 AM – Norwalk Blvd. and Wardlow – Traffic stop.  A 46-year-old Hawaiin Gardens man was arrested for warrants.

10/2/12 – 8:07 AM – 4200 Farquhar – Suspicious vehicle investigation.  A Los Alamitos woman, 47was arrested for a warrant.

10/2/12 – 6:08 PM – Los Alamitos Blvd. and Hedwig – Traffic stop.  A 52-year-old Garden Grove man was for a warrant.

10/4/12 – 1:47 PM – LOCATION – Traffic stop.  A 24-year-old Long Beach man was arrested for warrants.

10/4/12 – 1:51 PM – 3100 Katella Ave. – Traffic stop.  A 45-year-old Los Angeles man was arrested for warrants.

10/5/12 – 8:23 PM – 10900 Oak St. – A report of graffiti sprayed on the back of a City building.

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