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Coffee with the Community at Alpine Sheriff’s Station – December 19, 2018

Coffee with the Community – Alpine: The Alpine Sheriff’s Station and California Highway Patrol are hosting a Coffee with the Community on Wednesday, December 19, 2018 from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at the Alpine Sheriff’s Station located at 2751 Alpine Boulevard. Please join us to meet with Sheriff’s Deputies and CHP Officers in a casual setting allowing you to ask questions, voice concerns and get to know the men and women who patrol your neighborhood. We hope to see you there! Questions? Call Crime Prevention Specialist Holly Nicholson at (619) 659-2608.

Visit: https://www.sdsheriff.net/co_crimeprevention.html.

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LOOTER CAUGHT RED HANDED on Sage View in Alpine After West Fire – July 8, 2018

 

“I caught a looter on our street Sage View Drive. He was arrested and will be arraigned on Tuesday. However he already had a tote bag with some jewelry in it. I caught him entering a home but got him BEFORE he got in. He had just opened the door. So the jewelry is from other homes in our area. If anyone was burglarized they need to go to the Sheriff and identify their stuff and maybe allow for fingerprinting at point of entry. The 29 year old looter, Adrian Isenisee was arrested!” Please see the video below

https://www.nbcsandiego.com/on-air/as-seen-on/Suspected-Looter-Caught-in-West-Fire_San-Diego-487591861.html

ALERT!! Concrete Blocks on the I-8 Freeway Near Dunbar Lane AGAIN

Shared from El Cajon CHP June 10,2018

Alpine, Calif. – Since the beginning of 2018 to February 7th there had been four reports of landscaping retaining wall blocks lying within the traffic lanes of I-8 westbound, east of Dunbar Lane. This led to several traffic collisions causing moderate to major damage to the vehicles involved. The CHP responded to these incidents on various nights of the week from the hours of 10:00 PM to 2:00 AM. Each time, large landscaping retaining wall blocks were located in the traffic lanes. On February 7 the CHP issued a Press Release requesting the public’s help in locating the person or persons responsible. From that point the issued had ceased. (See original article on the ACN)

On June 9 at approximately 12:26 AM, the CHP El Cajon area received a call of several vehicles on I-8 westbound, east of Dunbar Lane, which had hit a concrete object in the roadway causing damage to their vehicles. When units arrived on scene, 8-10 vehicles were determined to have sustained disabling damage consisting of bent wheels and flat tires due to hitting a concrete parking stop that had been placed in the roadway. Four concrete parking stops (weighing approximately 60 lbs.) and three cinder blocks were located on the shoulder.

Patrol has been increased in the area however; there is no suspect information at this time. Anyone who may have seen a vehicle, persons or anything suspicious near the location is urged to contact the CHP El Cajon area at (619) 401-2000.

If you have questions or need further information, please contact Officer Travis Garrow at (619) 401-2000.

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(UPDATE – SHE HAS BEEN FOUND) ALERT – Sheriff Helicopter in Air Looking for MISSING 75 YEAR OLD WOMAN in Alpine 6-2-18

UPDATE 1:40PM SHE HAS BEEN FOUND

6-2-18 1pm – SHERIFF HELICOPTER IS IN THE AIR LOOKING FOR A 75 YEAR OLD FEMALE – I just got off the phone with the Sheriff Dept and they said that she has DEMENTIA and walked out of her home near SOUTH GRADE and CLEGHORN. She is wearing a Pink Sweater with Grey Pants and oddly enough is carrying a SHIRT ON A HANGER. She is 5ft 6 and has GREY HAIR and is approximately 120 lbs. – Angie Brookshire – ACN ADMN

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Door to Door Cleaning Products Sales 3-21-18

 

 

SUSPICIOUS_ACTIVITY: 3-21-18 Alpine Ca. Yesterday I had two black gals come to the door selling cleaning products. They were funny and bubbly and cracked a lot of jokes and told me how they were working hard to make a better way for their life. I bought, with cash, one bottle of product.  Later, talking to my friend, she had a black man and woman show up at her house. And another friend of mine said she had two gals show up. We all live in Alpine but in different neighborhoods. Today, I found out that two of the men were stopped and found to have criminal backgrounds. I am not completely clear on how that information was obtained. Apparently, this group of people are from Oklahoma and they hit Alpine pretty hard.  Their intent is to case out our homes, watch when we leave, and then break in.  They grab what they can and keep moving so they cannot be caught.  I know this isn’t the first time we’ve had this kind of scam run in our town but we need to be extra vigilant.

POSTED BY: Julie

DATE_STAMP: 21/03/2018

TIME_STAMP: 2:00 p.m.

CRIME ALERT: Home Break-In on Running Mare Lane Alpine 8-15-17

Crime Alert 8-29-17

I just returned from vacation and was informed that a neighbor had their home broken into during the day (I think the date was about 8/15?? but not 100% certain of that date).  It happened sometime between 10 am and 4 pm.  It was a secluded house on Running Mare Lane in Alpine and a bathroom window was left open.  They removed the screen and entered the house.  The alarm was not set. Jewelry, a pair of boots (really?), a jar of coins, a basket of women’s purses and other miscellaneous items were taken.  The closet, drawers, etc., were ransacked.  I asked the neighbor if it could be posted on the network so I am posting it here so others can be aware 🙂

 

LB

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Authorities Release Sketch of Man Who Attacked Alpine Woman in June 2017

8-16-17 San Diego County Sheriff’s Department – Do you recognize the man in this sketch? He is wanted on suspicion of attacking a woman in Alpine. Someone out there knows this person.

(Read original story here: http://www.alpinecommunitynetwork.com/2017/06/crime-alert-woman-attacked-while-walking-on-harbison-canyon-rd-6-19-17/)

Authorities Wednesday released an artist’s rendering of a man who attacked a 63-year-old pedestrian without provocation in Alpine two months ago, leaving her with a broken nose and numerous cuts, scrapes and bruises.

The victim was walking alongside Harbison Canyon Road near Hunter Pass on the evening of June 20 when the unidentified assailant, who appeared to be 20 to 30 years old, jumped her from behind and pushed her into a fence, according to sheriff’s officials.

The woman fought back and ran off, but the man caught up to her a short distance away and knocked her to the ground. She then kicked him, broke free and managed to escape.

The victim, whose name was withheld, described the assailant as a roughly 5-foot-10-inch white man with wavy short hair. He may have driven away from the area in a small light-colored pickup truck.

Anyone with information about the case was asked to call San Diego County Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477 or contact the agency online at sdcrimestoppers.org. Tipsters may remain anonymous and could be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.

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Alpine Sheriff Station Coffee with the Community – August 15, 2017

Community outreach is a top priority of the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department. Members of the community should feel comfortable bringing problems related to safety and security to our staff.  The Alpine Sheriff’s Station is holding a Coffee with the Community on Tuesday, August 15, 2017 at 9:30am at the Alpine Sheriff’s Station, Community Room, 2751 Alpine Blvd. Alpine Ca.  This gives the public a chance to chat with the Station’s command staff, deputies and Crime Prevention Specialist in a casual setting and exchange ideas and concerns over a free cup of coffee. Come out and make a positive difference in your community. For more information, contact Crime Prevention Specialist Holly Nicholson at (619) 659-2608 or email Holly.Nicholson@sdsheriff.org

 

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FREE Night Out Against Crime Event at Alpine Sheriff Station – August 1, 2017

FUN For the WHOLE FAMILY!

Join the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department for FREE Night Out Against Crime© event on Tuesday, August 1, 2017 from 4pm to 7pm at the Alpine Sheriff’s Station – 2751 Alpine Boulevard, Alpine. Watch this informative video below!

Meet your neighbors, as well as deputies who patrol your area. Send a message to criminals and let them know neighborhoods are organized and fighting back. Meet Sheriff Deputies and check out their Patrol Car! See the Sheriff K-9 Unit & Sheriff’s Crime Lab, Sheriff’s Search & Rescue, Fire Truck Display, Crime Prevention Booth, Sheriff’s Bomb/Arson Unit, Sheriff’s giveaways, fun games for children and free food & refreshments provided by the Alpine Kiwanis! If you can’t make this event, leave your porch light on as a show of solidarity on National Night Out Against Crime!  All locations will have a Sheriff’s Crime Prevention Specialist on site so you can get tips on how to stay safe.  For more info please contact: Crime Prevention Specialist Holly Nicholson (619) 659-2608

 

Alpine Sheriff Dept To Wear Body-Worn Cameras Soon

San Diego County To Spend $1.1M On Sheriff’s Body-Worn Cameras

The cameras will initially be deployed at sheriff’s stations in Alpine and Ramona, with full implementation in about four or five months.