Monday, May 22, 2017

About that Junk Mail

Recently we were passed a tip by an alert member.  She saw some people going through the junk mail trash bin at the post office.  They could of been looking for a piece of mail they inadvertently threw out or trying to get some names and addresses.

It makes sense to be mindful of what you are throwing out into the trash... if it just says "resident" or "occupant" then there probably is not much to worry about.  But, if you are throwing out those credit card solicitations, or other mail with you name and address on it, you may want to take those home and shred them.  Sounds like a hassle, but you never know what someone could pick up.

We will be letting the Postmaster know of the activity to see if they can do anything.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Sheriff's Department Seeking Additional Victims

On May 8,  we received a call regarding a male in a suspicious white van in the area of Las Colinas and El Mirador. The male stopped the van and exposed himself to a passing jogger.

Please read the information below.  If you have any information about these cases, please contact the Sheriff's Department.  Any information may help them with the case.

Although incidents like this are very rare in RSF, take precautions when walking or jogging. Report suspicious activity right away.  Do not engage people like this in conversation, call 911 immediately.

                                               ----- Press Release -----

San Diego County
Media Relations – (858) 974-2259
Non-Emergency Line – (858) 565-5200

Sheriff's Department Seeking Additional Victims
Person Providing Information:
Lt. Karen Stubkjaer
Email Address of Provider:

Telephone number of Provider:
Media Contact:
Lt. Karen Stubkjaer
Date of Release:
May 11, 2017
Time of Release:
1:00 p.m.

The Sheriff's Department is looking for additional people to come forward that may have been victims of indecent exposure or inappropriate touching in the North County coastal areas. On May 6, 2017, a Hispanic male adult standing next to a white delivery van in the 4000 block of Vista De La Tierra in Solana Beach grabbed the buttocks of a female pedestrian as she walked past him. The victim was able to run away and was not injured. On May 8, 2017, a white delivery van drove slowly past a female jogger several times in the 17000 block of El Vuelo in Rancho Santa Fe. As the jogger ran past the van that had stopped, she saw the Hispanic male adult driver expose himself. The jogger was able to run across the street as the suspect stepped out of the van with his pants down to his knees.
We believe the same suspect is responsible for both incidents and that an arrest is imminent. The suspect is further described as 5'5" to 5'8" in height, weighing 150 to 200 pounds, 20 to 30 years old, black hair and clean shaven. The van is further described as a newer white, delivery-type van with no windows on the sides similar to the van in the attached photos.
If you have any information about these cases or have been the victim of similar crimes, please call the Sheriff's Sexual Assault Unit at (858) 974-2316 during business hours.