Suspicious circumstances: A resident living alone on Horseshoe Bend told deputies that items inside the house had been moved around, and not by the resident. Deputies advised acquiring a surveillance camera. March 2.
Commercial burglary: Would-be burglars pried open the back door of Enjoy Technology Inc. at 171 Constitution Drive, but were startled by an alarm and a passerby, police said. No losses. March 8.
• Using methods unknown, a thief entered a vehicle parked on Glenwood Avenue and stole a pair of headphones. Estimated loss: $350. March 6.
• Someone smashed a window on a vehicle parked in the 2200 block of Sharon Road, removed a bag of workout-related equipment and dumped out the bag's contents at a nearby school. No losses. March 4.
Animal bite: Two neighbors were having a conversation on Waverley Street when one neighbor bent down to say hello to the other's dog. The dog, which was on a leash, jumped up and bit the neighbor on the face, causing a laceration to his lip, police said. The dog's owner called police for assistance, but the bite victim sought medical assistance on his own, police said. March 4.
• A man walking in Bedwell Bayfront Park told police that another man grabbed his cellphone from his hand. Police are looking for a Hispanic man about 6 feet, 3 inches tall, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, black pants and shoes that might have been green and black. Estimated loss: $1,000. March 2.
• Someone stole a trailer with construction equipment and tools inside from Haven Avenue. Estimated loss: $5,350. March 7.
• A thief stole a laptop computer from the trunk of a vehicle parked in the 300 block of Sharon Park Drive. Estimated loss: $2,563. March 7.
• An employee in the 300 block of Sharon Park Drive told police that someone stole her purse from a locker in the restroom. Stolen were a credit card, a driver's license and $400 in cash. Estimated loss: $600. March 6.
• A thief stole a backpack hanging unattended on a stroller. A wallet, driver's license, credit cards and $400 in cash were stolen. Estimated loss: $515. March 5.
• An employee of a Hamilton Avenue business told police that a package containing a camera had been delivered to her workplace but was subsequently either lost or stolen from her desk. Estimated loss: $760. March 7.
• Police examined three torn-open packages found in an atrium of an apartment complex on Sharon Park Drive and addressed to three different residences. One recipient claimed ownership of a package that contained one vest; two other vests with a combined value of $93 were likely stolen. The contents of the other packages included a red plastic tub and 16 items of clothing. March 3.
• A resident of Robert S Drive told police that five stainless steel buckets and a bottle of mouthwash had been stolen from a package left open on the doorstep. Estimated loss: $175. March 4.
• Police arrested and booked into jail a transient man on suspicion of theft from BevMo at 700 El Camino Real of a bottle of brandy. March 4.
• A woman told police that she witnessed a male youth attempt to steal her bicycle from the vicinity of Burgess Drive and Laurel Street. She yelled at the youth, who then walked away from the bike, but the bike's owner called police. The suspect was cited and released him to his father. March 4.
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