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Reports from the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office


Monday, March 25

8:37 a.m. / Open Container / 800 block Linden Ave.

A man was contacted with an open container of alcohol. He was cited and the alcohol was poured out.

4:52 p.m. / Auto Burglary / 1000 block Casitas Pass Road Unknown

suspect entered a vehicle and took several personal items including a handicap placard. The burglary occurred March 24 or 25 between about 5 p.m. and 6:30 a.m. No suspect information or evidence was recovered from the scene.

Tuesday, March 26

8:17a.m. / Open Container / 800 block Linden Ave.

The same man cited on Linden Avenue on Monday, March 25, for an open container of alcohol, was again cited for having an open container and the alcohol was poured out.

Thursday, March 28

ties looked for the truck, a caller advised that it was on Shepard’s Mesa. Deputies responded and located and detained the woman as she exited the truck. Upon confirming their IDs, deputies arrested the man and woman and transported them to Santa Barbara County Jail. While conducting an inventory of the truck prior to tow, several items of evidence were seized and booked into evidence.

7:37 p.m. / Disturbance / 5000 block Carpinteria Ave.

Deputies responded to a report of a man who was not a guest of a motel, causing a disturbance and attempting to get into a room. He was no longer on scene when deputies arrived, but a man fitting the description given returned just as deputies were leaving. Deputies detained the man, who advised them that he had a loaded shotgun behind his seat. Deputies had the man exit the vehicle and located a loaded 12-gauge shotgun behind the driver’s seat, wrapped in a pillow case. The man was arrested and booked into Santa Barbara County Jail.

12:37p.m. / Warrant Arrest / 4000 block Carpinteria Ave.

Friday, March 29

7:16 p.m. / Theft / 6000 block Casitas Pass Road

A man was seen lurking around with a flashlight. He was detained and became agitated and made statements that he had warrants and did not want to go to jail. The man was seated on the curb and attempted to flee, but was restrained by a deputy until additional units arrived and he was handcuffed. The man had two misdemeanor warrants and was booked on the warrants and an additional charge of attempting to flee.

It was reported that a man with a warrant was at his house on Carpinteria Avenue. Deputies conducted a warrant service, arrested him without incident and booked the man at Santa Barbara County Jail.

A detective had sent out a “Be on the Lookout” for a man and woman who were suspects in the grand theft of avocados and cherimoyas. At approximately 7:16 p.m. a caller reported seeing the pair in a red truck on Casitas Pass Road. A deputy located the man alone on the side of the road and detained him. While additional deputies were en route, the deputy on scene reported that the woman had just driven past him in the red truck. A short time later, the red truck drove past the deputy for a second time. As depu-


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Saturday, March 30

9:02 a.m. / Warrant Arrest / 5000 block Carpinteria Ave.

A deputy noticed a man riding his bike westbound on Carpinteria Avenue, and knew he had a couple of warrants. The man was contacted and detained. Once his identification and the warrants were confirmed, he was arrested and booked into Santa Barbara County Jail.

8:01 p.m. / DUI / Carpinteria and Bailard avenues

A traffic stop was made, and a man stated that he was wine tasting in Santa Ynez Valley. Field Sobriety Tests were conducted and the man agreed to a breath analysis as well. He blew a .16 and was taken to Santa Barbara County Jail.

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