County Sheriff’s Update

County Sheriff’s Update

Dangerous Trespassing
October 9

14589783_1090059857738431_1572882053130267549_o-1 Update Times Publishing Group Inc tpgonlinedaily.comA resident awoke to the sounds of someone in their back yard on Arroyo Del Mar Ct. in Aptos. Deputies responded and located a 17-year-old male who was found to have a concealed and loaded firearm that had the serial number scratched off. In addition to the firearm, the male had a large amount of cash and marijuana for sales. He was arrested and booked into Juvenile Hall.

If you see or hear anything suspicious please call the Sheriff’s Office at 831-471-1121


Burglary Call on Robin Drive in Aptos
October 13

14718706_1093436974067386_4818132573048100730_n Update Times Publishing Group Inc tpgonlinedaily.comEarly this morning just before 6:00 a.m. our deputies received a call of a burglary in progress of an occupied home on Robin Drive in Aptos. The resident heard a noise inside the house after the house alarm went off. The resident then saw a vehicle leaving their driveway with the lights off. They were unable to get a vehicle description.

A number of sheriff patrol units responded to the neighborhood, and did an extensive search, but were unable to locate the vehicle or suspect. It was determined at the time that no property was taken from the residence.

We want to remind everyone to notify us if you observe any suspicious vehicles or persons in your neighborhoods.



14712685_1094899627254454_3149869668364487350_o Update Times Publishing Group Inc tpgonlinedaily.comYesterday Deputy Spark met Noah, a 6th grader, who reported his cell phone stolen. Noah had left his phone on a bench during cross country practice and later came back to find it gone. Noah and his father were able to use a Find My Phone app and tracked it to a house in the Live Oak area.

Deputy Spark went to the house where the cell phone was pinging and spoke with the homeowner. Turns out, the homeowner was an employee at the middle school and found the cell phone late that evening, but was unable to find its owner. The homeowner had planned on turning in the cell phone to the office the next day, but was happy to give it to Deputy Spark to return to Noah. Noah was beyond excited that Deputy Spark was able to find and return his phone.


Stay Safe on Wet Roads

The Sheriff’s Office wants to remind folks to drive safely on rainy slick roads. Over the weekend there have been several accidents most of which have been minor. PLEASE be careful and pass this message along!

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