Police blotter 7-10-20

by Mick Rhodes | mickrhodes@claremont-courier.com

Wednesday, July 1

Claremont police pulled over a gold 1991 Lincoln Continental at about 10:40 p.m. near the Arrow Highway and Towne Avenue after running the plates and seeing it had been reported stolen. The driver, Carlos Gutierrez, 23, from Pomona, was also found to have allegedly been in possession of methamphetamine. Mr. Gutierrez was arrested for grand theft auto and possession of a controlled substance. He was booked and released with a citation.

Friday, July 3

CPD got a call at 9:31 a.m. regarding an intoxicated person in traffic near Norm’s on South Indian Hill Boulevard. They located a 36-year-old homeless man, and found that he wasn’t drunk or high, but did have two outstanding warrants. He was arrested, booked, and released with a citation.

Monday, July 6

Cops responding to an 8 a.m. abandoned car call at the Brighton Park Apartment building in the 1400 block of Morton Court found a black Acura Integra that had been reported stolen out of Upland. The thief had dumped the car and was gone by the time cops arrived.

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At 10:08 a.m., police were asked to check out a suspicious person at the Country Villas Health Center at 590 S. Indian Hill Blvd. Officers located a 34-year-old homeless man, who had a felony parole violation warrant. He was arrested, booked and released with a citation.

Tuesday, July 7

Pomona resident Allen Perez, 46, was found at 215 York Place at about 12:20 a.m. Security guards called the police. CPD arrested Mr. Perez, who they say was “heavily intoxicated,” for disorderly conduct and for being under the influence of alcohol. He spent the night sobering up in jail and was released with a citation in the morning. 

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CPD got a call at 11:30 p.m. about a person going through trash cans at the Bank of America parking lot on Yale Avenue. There they found a 22-year-old male who had a no bail warrant out of San Bernardino County. He was arrested, booked, and transferred to the West Valley Detention Center in Fontana. 

Wednesday, July 8

A 38-year-old male was seen going through the dumpster at the Chevron/McDonalds on South Indian Hill Boulevard about 1:39 a.m. When police arrived he allegedly gave them an alias and refused to provide ID. So, he was arrested. By the time he got to the police station he revealed his name. Police ran a check and found he had an outstanding no bail warrant for a probation violation. He was held on the no bail warrant, charged with failing to provide proper identification, and spent the remainder of his evening in jail before heading to Pomona Municipal Court in the morning.

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The police log also featured more than 50 calls for fireworks this past week from all over town, with no arrests.


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