Multiple Crimes Reported in Campbell, California

Multiple crimes have been reported in Campbell, California, highlighting the ongoing issues faced by the local community. Incidents ranging from DUIs to thefts and vandalism have occurred in various locations throughout the city.

On San Tomas Expressway and West Campbell Avenue, a driver was arrested for DUI after displaying objective symptoms of alcohol intoxication and failing field sobriety tests. Another passenger in a vehicle stop on the same expressway and Budd Avenue was found in possession of multiple types of suspected narcotics and drug paraphernalia.

In the 100 block of Cristich Lane, approximately $1,000 worth of plumbing fixtures were stolen in a grand theft incident. Meanwhile, in the 100 block of Hardy Avenue, three suspects attempted to steal a vehicle by breaking the door lock and damaging the ignition before fleeing the scene.

A burglary occurred in the 1000 block of Walnut Drive, where an unlocked residence was entered, a locked bedroom was forced open, and approximately $3,000 in cash and $2,000 worth of cologne were stolen. Another burglary took place at North Third Street and Watson Drive, where a Chevrolet Silverado was burglarized, resulting in a shattered left rear window.

In a disturbing incident at a business on East Campbell Avenue, a man started a fire in the bathroom during business hours. He was also found in possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia, leading to charges of arson and possession of a controlled substance.

South Bascom Avenue witnessed two separate crimes. In one incident, approximately $13,000 worth of merchandise was stolen, constituting grand theft. In another incident, a suspect assaulted a store employee after an argument, leading to an arrest for battery and trespassing.

A case of disorderly conduct occurred on West Sunnyoaks Avenue, where two suspects stole a cover off a neighbor’s vehicle. When confronted by the victim, the suspects threw a rock at his house, resulting in desired prosecution for prowling.

DUI incidents were also reported on Curtner and South Bascom avenues, as well as South Bascom Avenue and Dry Creek Road. In both cases, drivers were stopped for vehicle code violations and found to be under the influence of alcohol.

Petty thefts occurred in the 500 block of East Hamilton Avenue, where a woman entered a business and stole merchandise valued at $110.83, and in the 1500 block of West Campbell Avenue, where a suspect jumped over a counter and stole $92 worth of cigarettes before fleeing on a bicycle.

Vandalism was reported in the 1500 block of South Bascom Avenue, where a suspect threw a lighter at a vehicle’s windshield, causing damage under $400. Additionally, unauthorized paper money was used in a purchase at a business on East Campbell Avenue, with the suspect found to possess several fake $100 bills.

In the 600 block of Creekside Way, a man was found in possession of meth, crack cocaine, and glass smoking pipes. He was also concealing his felony federal warrant for robbery under an assumed name.

Another petty theft occurred in the 1800 block of South Bascom Avenue, where items were stolen from a store before the suspect fled the area prior to the arrival of law enforcement.

Lastly, an act of property damage to violate civil rights took place in the 4000 block of McCoy Avenue, where swastikas and penises were spray-painted on the windows of two classrooms.

Author: CrimeDoor

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