Crime log for Huntington Beach, July 9-15 – Orange County Register

July 9

Loud party: Around midnight. 19800 block of Keswick Lane: Police issued a warning to the address.

Loud party: Around 1 a.m. 16500 block of Wheeler Circle: Police issued a citation to the address.

Brandishing a weapon: Around 1 a.m. 1st St. and PCH

Drunk in public: Around 1 a.m. 21000 block of PCH: Police made at least one arrest.

Petty theft: Around 5 a.m. 1st St. and Walnut Ave.: Police made at least one felony arrest.

Burglary: Around 8 a.m. 7400 block of Center Ave.

Petty theft: Around noon. 7600 block of Edinger Ave.

Assault: Around 2 p.m. 1100 block of Delaware St.

Grand theft: Around 2 p.m. 7200 block of Edinger Ave.

Domestic violence: Around 4 p.m. 16500 block of Regina Circle

Burglary in progress: Around 4 p.m. 300 block of PCH: Police made at least one arrest.

Assault: Around 6 p.m. 17700 block of Beach Blvd.

Loud music: Around 9 p.m. 6900 block of Lafayette Drive: Police issued a warning to the address.

Loud music: Around 10 p.m. 3200 block of Sparkler Drive

July 10

Vandalism: Around 5 a.m. 18600 block of Florida St.

Grand theft of a bicycle: Around 10 a.m. 700 block of Lake St.

Grand theft: Around 1 p.m. 7700 block of Edinger Ave.

Assault with a deadly weapon: Around 3 p.m. Bolsa Chica St. and Warner Ave.

Robbery: Around 4 p.m. 21700 block of PCH

Credit card fraud: Around 6 p.m. 9500 block of Castine Drive

Grand theft: Around 8 p.m. 21010 PCH (Pacific City Mall)

Disturbing the peace: Around 9 p.m. Huntington Beach Pier: Police made at least one arrest.

Disturbance involving a weapon: Around 11 p.m. 16900 block of PCH

July 11

Vehicle burglary: Around 7 a.m. 15500 block of Huntington Village Lane

Domestic violence: Around 7 a.m. 7500 block of Edinger Ave.

Vehicle theft: Around 10 a.m. 15500 block of Huntington Village

Burglary: Around 11 a.m. 7400 block of Center Ave.

Keep the peace: Around noon. 16400 block of Saybrook Lane: Police made at least one felony arrest.

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