June 22, 2017

 

FEATURED THIS WEEK

 

  • Thank you to our Police Department for being tough on crime! Last Friday, officers responded to 100 North Broadway after a report of vandalism. When they arrived, they located a gang member with more than a dozen spray paint cans in his backpack and fresh paint on his hands. Officers later determined the suspect also tagged the Bank of America on 2nd Ave. The suspect was booked on three counts of felony vandalism due to the gang enhancement. Great job Escondido PD!
  • The Escondido Girls Softball Canopy has been completed. This project highlights great teamwork within our Escondido community to provide a needed addition to the girls’ softball fields. A huge thank you to everyone who helped with this project. Girl's Softball Canopy

 

SPECIAL EVENTS

 

Movies in the Park – Grape Day Park – 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday June 24

Bring your family to the 10th season of Movies in the Park and watch a great movie on an inflatable 40’ screen. Activities start at 7:00 p.m., movie airs at dusk. Bring low backed chairs or blanket, sweater and cash for the snack bar. Free entrance. For more information call 760-743-8207 or visit escondidohistory.com .

San Diego Prowlers Picnic and ‘ol Timers Reunion – Grape Day Park – 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sunday, June 25

The Prowlers Hot Rod Club will be hosting this car show and celebrating their 70th anniversary at this event. Come out and check out some classic cars in Grape Day Park.

 

COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT

 

The community is invited to participate in the 2nd annual Summer Kick-Off Party sponsored by the City of Escondido Recreation department on Saturday, June 24, 2017, from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Washington Park. Escondido residents of all ages will learn about all the exciting programs being offered through the City’s Community Services departments as well as enjoy their first summer swim at the Washington Park swimming pool.

 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

Major Projects Update

 

The following major projects are currently being reviewed and coordinated with Planning, Engineering, Fire, Building and Utilities staff. A complete description of each project can be viewed here . Updates provided below cover project milestones that occurred last week.

 

Commercial / Office:

 

1. Escondido Research and Technology Center – East (ERTC) (Developer: James McCann) Project review and communications with the applicant are on-going but there are no new milestones to report this week : A grading plan for a temporary parking lot to serve the hospital was approved June 13, 2016, and the parking lot is now under construction.

2. Escondido Research and Technology Center – West (ERTC) (Developer: James McCann) Project review and communications with the applicant are on-going but there are no new milestones to report this week : Construction is underway on the approximately 76,000 square foot medical office building with a linear accelerator. Palomar Health also will be constructing their new outpatient center adjacent to the site at 2185 Citracado Parkway.

3. Centerpointe 78 Commercial (Developer: Lars Andersen, Pacific Development) Project review and communications with the applicant are on-going but there are no new milestones to report this week : The grading plan was approved on May 10, 2017. Planning has approved a modified front elevation that would eliminate the second set of entry/exit doors. A building permit for the supermarket shell building was issued last week. Building plans for the tenant improvement of the market were submitted into plan check on May 9, 2017. The architectural details for the stand-alone pad building on the east side of the property (i.e. Starbucks) filed for design review on June 6, 2017 and is currently being reviewed by staff.

4. Westfield Theater (Developer: Kim Brewer, Westfield) This project has been placed on hold by Westfield while they finalize lease negotiations so there is no change from the following update reported last week: No grading, building or improvement plans have been submitted by the developer at this time.

5. Felicita Development, LLC (Developer: Katherine Park, Creative Design Associates) This project is on hold pending further direction and submittal of information from the applicant : Follow-up meetings conducted by the applicant with staff and the wildlife agencies lead staff to believe a revised project is forthcoming.

6. Springhill Suites (Developer: Raj Patel, San Bernardino Hospitality LLC) The applicant is cleared to start construction so there is no change from the following update reported last week: Construction is expected to commence within the next month.

7. Centre City Commercial Center (Developer: Todd Dwyer) – The public review period for the Draft Mitigated Negative Declaration ended on June 8, 2017, and staff is preparing responses to the comments that were received. A demolition plan for the existing motel and restaurant buildings on the site was submitted the third week of May. The right of access to Centre City Parkway was approved by City Council on June 7, 2017. Based on Council discussion on June 7, 2017, City staff will require the project to record an irrevocable offer to dedicate for future pedestrian access to the future residential project to the south, Latitude II. Draft Engineering conditions were provided to the applicant this week. The applicant has notified staff that he is interested in participating in the expedited plan check program once the project is approved.

Industrial

1. StorQuest (Developer: The William Warren Group, Inc.) – The second check of grading plans was received by Engineering the week of April 30 and returned back to the applicant with comments three weeks ago. Building plans have now been approved by Esgil. Landscape plans were submitted on June 7, 2017 and are being reviewed by staff.

2. Victory Industrial Development (Developer: Scott Merry, Badiee Development) Project review and communications with the applicant are on-going but there are no new milestones to report this week : The applicant has secured his permits from the Army Corps, Regional Board, and CA Fish and Wildlife. The grading plan has been approved, BMP’s are installed and the permit has been issued. Signal plans and street improvement plans have been approved. A pre-construction conference was held at the site last week and construction is ready to commence. Initial site grubbing started last week.

3. Escondido Self-Storage Facility (Developer: Brandywine Homes, Inc.) – Building plans, grading plans, landscape plans and the final map have been submitted and comments have been provided by staff and Esgil. Engineering sent comments on the third check of the grading plan last week.

4. Innovative Industrial Development (Developer: Scott Merry, Badiee Development) – Comments on the building permit application have been returned. Landscaping drawings were submitted on May 9, 2017. The second check of the grading plan is nearing approval.

5. North American Self-Storage (Developer: Russ Colvin) – (This project is participating in the expedited plan check program) The demo permit has been issued. The applicant submitted a 2nd plan check for the grading plan on April 13, 2017, and comments from all departments were provided back within 13 days. A boundary adjustment to combine the two lots on the site has recorded. The applicant is coordinating construction timing for an off-site water line with multiple departments. The applicant submitted for a 3rd plan check on June 2, 2017, and a request for final, minor corrections were sent back on June 15, 2017.

City Projects

1. Micro-Filtration Reverse Osmosis (Developer: City of Escondido Utilities Department) No further updates to this item will be provided while litigation is in progress: The Planning Commission approved the proposed CUP on December 13, 2016. An appeal of that decision was filed and the City Council denied the appeal on January 11, 2017 and affirmed the Planning Commission’s decision to approve the project.

2. Wastewater Collections Yard Expansion (Developer: City of Escondido Utilities Department) Project review is on-going but there are no new milestones to report this week : Grading, building and landscape plans are now being reviewed by staff. Utilities staff is assessing value engineering options in an effort to reduce the cost of the facility. The most likely option will be to build the project in phases starting with two of the three approved buildings.

3. HARRF Biogas to Energy Project (Developer: City of Escondido Utilities Department) Communications with the applicant are on-going but no construction plans have been submitted since the project was approved and there are no new milestones to report this week: A Conditional Use Permit for the project was approved by the Planning Commission December 13, 2016.

4. Lake Wohlford Replacement Dam (Developer: City of Escondido Utilities Department) Project review is on-going but there are no new milestones to report this week : A Draft EIR was prepared and issued for a 45-day public review period that began on October 4, 2016 and closed on November 17, 2016. Staff and AECOM are now in the process of coordinating responses to the comments that were received during the public review period. A field visit with staff from the state and federal wildlife agencies took place on May 11, 2017, to review biological mitigation requirements.

 

Institutional

 

1. Escondido United Reformed Church (Developer: Brent Cooper) Project review and communications with the applicant are on-going but there are no new milestones to report this week : A revised grading plan has been approved. Building plans have gone through one round of plan check. The applicant submitted a CUP modification application on May 25, 2017, to increase the size of the sanctuary and classroom buildings and delete Phase 4. The application is tentatively scheduled to go to Planning Commission on June 27, 2017.

2. Self-Realization Fellowship Center (Developer: John Pyjar, Domusstudio Architecture – The CUP application was submitted on November 14, 2016. Staff reviewed the initial submittal and sent a letter to the applicant on December 14, 2016, indicating that the application was incomplete and specifying the additional information that was necessary to complete the application. The applicant resubmitted revised plans and technical studies on May 19, 2017, and staff comments will be issued by the end of next week.

 

Residential

1. Oak Creek (Developer: Jason Han, New Urban West) This project has been placed on hold by the developer while the City completes construction of the Southwest Sewer Project so there is n o change from the following update reported last week : No grading or improvement plans have been submitted by the developer at this time.

2. Amanda Estates (Developer: Jason Han, New Urban West) This project has been placed on hold by the developer while the City completes construction of the Southwest Sewer Project so there is n o change from the following update reported last week : No grading or improvement plans have been submitted by the developer at this time.

3. Pradera (Developer: Moses Kim, Lennar Homes) Project review and communications with the applicant are on-going but there are no new milestones to report this week : This project is nearing completion as there are only one or two phases remaining to construct.

4. Lexington (Zenner) (Developer: Eric Johnston, KB Homes) Project review and communications with the applicant are on-going but there are no new milestones to report this week : The applicant received building permits for 10 new homes on April 18, 2017. Building permits for 15 additional homes were issued on May 4, 2017, and eight more homes were issued on May 9, 2017. The applicant and Engineering staff are engaged with the County Water Authority on a necessary utility crossing through a short section of their easement.

5. Stella Park Condominiums (Developer: Edward Kaen, ETP, LLC) – Lyon Homes submitted a precise grading plan on March 28, 2017. A final map, street improvement plans and landscape plans were also submitted on April 17, 2017. Building plans were submitted into plan check on April 6 and landscape plans on May 1. Comments were returned in the beginning of June. The rough grading permit was issued on May 22, 2017 allowing construction to start on the project. Engineering comments on the precise grading plan were sent out on June 16, 2017.

6. Wohlford (Developer: Jack Henthorne) Project review and communications with the applicant are on-going but there are no new milestones to report this week : The Draft EIR has been posted on the city website and released for a 45-day public review period that ended on May 12, 2017. The EIR consultant has forwarded draft responses to comments to staff for review. Potential Development Agreement terms are now being considered.

7. Latitude II (Developer: Peter Zak, Lyon/NCA) – A grading permit has been issued and grading is underway. Building plans are nearing approval. The final map was approved by City Council on June 7, 2017. Utilities approved the off-site water line plans two weeks ago.

8. Canyon Grove Estates Tract 932 (Developer: John Vance, Shea Homes) – The model homes have been completed and are now open. Construction of the phases is underway with three more phases receiving building permits in early June. The precise grading plan for the remainder of the development has been approved. Staff is currently working with the developer to make sure that fire safety and access is maintained during construction.

9. Safari Highlands Ranch (SHR) (Developer: Jeb Hall, Concordia Homes) Project review and communications with the applicant are on-going but there are no new milestones to report this week : A second revised tentative map depicting various minor changes and clarifications to roads, easements and drainage facilities was submitted on April 25, 2017. Revised technical engineering reports as well as responses to staff comments also have been submitted for review. The revised studies have been loaded on the City’s website at the following link: Safari Highlands Ranch Specific Plan - City of Escondido . Staff anticipates that the Draft EIR will be out for public review in June or July of 2017.

10. High Pointe Tract 693-J (Developer: Russell Schaeffer, True Life Communities ) – The applicant continues to actively market the property and there is no change from the following update reported last week: Staff has prepared a bond and fee letter based on the proposed grading and landscape plans, and has sent it to the applicant.

11. Del Prado (Developer: Kerry Garza, Touchstone Communities) Communications with the applicant are on-going but there are no new milestones to report this week: No grading or improvement plans have been submitted by the developer at this time.

12. 701 San Pasqual Valley Rd (Developer: Bob Stewart) – Staff has met several times with the applicant to help work through project design and storm water issues. A Draft Mitigated Negative Declaration has been submitted and staff has provided comments to the applicant on the draft and technical studies. A three-year extension of time for the previously approved ten-lot subdivision (Tract 895) was approved by the City Council on June 7, 2017.

13. Escondido Gateway (Developer: Greg Waite, Integral Communities) – The builder (Lyon Homes) is coordinating with city staff to resolve ownership and title issues regarding three strips of land under existing excess right-of way that is proposed to be vacated for the applicant’s use. It is expected that those title issues will be resolved through a combination of quitclaims and eminent domain. Building and grading permits are nearing approval. Asbestos and lead-based paint abatement should start next week in preparation for demolition of the vacant building on the site. Abatement should commence soon, which would enable demolition in early July.

14. The Villages at Escondido Country Club (Developer: Jason Han, New Urban West, Inc.) – A project resubmittal in response to the City’s November 30, 2016 letter was received on March 16, 2017. Planning staff has provided a location on the City’s website for ECC project-related documents and plans. It is anticipated that a draft EIR will be released for public review and comment at the end of June. Project status and other related information can be accessed at the following link: ECC - City of Escondido

15. Ivy/Valley Parkway Mixed-Use Development (Developer: Abad Rahan Pars Inc./ Norm Wieme, Architect – The applicant has indicated that grading and building plans are expected to be submitted into plan check soon. The reimbursement agreement for new water infrastructure that will be installed by the project in the adjoining alley has been approved.

16. North Avenue Estates (Developer: Casey Johnson) – An application to re-entitle aspects of the previously approved project that have expired and modify the project design to reflect new storm water requirements was submitted to the Planning Division on March 7, 2017. A first round of comments was provided back to the applicant and the applicant submitted revised plans on June 1, 2017. The applicant will be coordinating easement and utility crossing issues with the County Water Authority, whose main underground water transmission lines cross the site.

 

Building Division

 

Title: 2017 Projects Processed - Description: 717

 

Building Permits Issued Last Week

Total Valuation

59

$1,114,661

1. Four solar permits were issued for the week. The Building Division has issued 421 solar permits this year compared to 640 issued for the same time last year.

2. Building inspectors responded to 177 inspection requests for the week.

3. Building has issued 105 single family dwelling permits this year and 112 multi-family units. Compared with 44 single family dwelling and 33 multi- family dwellings for same time last year.

4. Projects nearing permit issuance are:

- Latitude 2, 112 apartment units in six buildings at 610-660 Centre City Pkwy.

- 917 W Lincoln, three new apartment buildings, nine units.

5. The construction of the City Plaza three-story mixed use building at 300 S. Escondido Blvd. has received partial approval of roof framing and rough framing inspections. No change from previous.

6. The Solutions for Change affordable housing project at 1560 S. Escondido Blvd. has received final building approvals.

7. Drywall is being installed in the first floor units at the Meadowbrook, three-story apartment building with underground garage at 2081 Garden Valley Glen.

8. Escondido Disposal is proceeding with finish work for the remodel of the existing administration building. Occupancy expected within 2 to 3 weeks. No change from the previous.

9. The medical office building at 2125 Citracado Pkwy is progressing with the erection of the building structural steel. No change from the previous.

10. The medical office building at 1951 Citracado Pkwy is progressing with the exterior masonry wall construction. No change from the previous.

11. The Westminster Seminary at 1725 Bear Valley Pkwy is proceeding with the framing on two of the buildings. No change from the previous.

12. The Emanuel Faith Church at 639 E 17th Ave and the Church of Resurrection at 1445 Conway have received partial foundation inspections and underground plumbing inspections. Construction of the exterior masonry walls is progressing. No change from the previous.

13. The new Popeye’s restaurant at 1541 E. Valley Pkwy has received suspended ceiling, drywall and hood inspection approvals. Final inspection and occupancy is expected soon. No change from the previous.

14. The Ford auto dealership at 1717 Auto Pkwy is setting the finish in the office showroom as part of their extensive remodel. No change from the previous.

18. The new Veterans Village project at 1540 S. Escondido Blvd. has received partial foundation inspection and inspections of the masonry walls at Building 1.

 

 

Code Enforcement

 

Highlights:

 

· Last week, Code Enforcement ran an operation to catch up on a growing backlog of code cases. The great teamwork and effort put forward resulted in cutting the total backlog from 104 cases to just 34 cases. The oldest pending case (cases waiting investigation) dropped from 56 days to just 7 days. Great job to the entire Code Enforcement team!

· Trash Cleanup: This case involved a large amount of trash, junk and debris located in the front yard of a residence. Through a follow up investigation to locate the out of town property owner, Code Enforcement learned that the tenants were being evicted and the entire property was in the same condition. On the day of the eviction, a Code Enforcement officer met the Sheriff’s deputy and the property owner’s agent on the site. The Code Enforcement officer walked the property with the agent and issued a Notice of Violation directing that all trash, junk and debris be removed from the property. Two weeks later, everything has been removed from the property and interior renovations are under way.

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Total Open Code Cases

Illegal Signs Confiscated over the Previous Weekend

470

107

 

Business Licensing

 

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Building Maintenance & Operations

 

 

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Graffiti Restitution

Collected This Week

Collected Year to Date

$328

$4729.51

ENGINEERING

Capital Improvements

 

East Valley Pkwy/Valley Center Road Widening Project

This project will widen the bridge over Escondido Creek north of Lake Wohlford Road, widen Valley Center Road, add medians and landscaping, and construct sidewalk from Beven Drive to the northern City limit. This project bid on May 25, and City staff is currently working to receive Caltran’s approval of Disadvantaged Business Enterprise goals for this federally funded project. It is anticipated that award by the City Council will be requested on July 12. Construction is anticipated to begin later this summer.

Neighborhood Streetlight Project

This project will add new streetlights to meet current lighting standards, and retrofit existing streetlights with LED fixtures at five established communities throughout the City (Cedar-Cedar Brook, Mission Grove, RTF, Rustic Village, The Elms). Staff anticipates advertising for bids by June and bidding in late July. It is anticipated that award of the construction contract will be requested of the City Council during August. Construction is anticipated to begin by early fall.

15/16 Street Rehab and Maintenance Project

This annual street maintenance program will focus on Zone NE (North-East) located north of Lincoln and east of N. Broadway. In addition, resurfacing will be performed on selected major streets throughout the City. Staff expects to complete evaluation of appropriate treatment for each street this week. The list of streets to be resurfaced will then be selected considering the estimated cost of work and budget. As a part of this project, the City will be offering to replace trees that are in poor health and that have roots that are damaging the sidewalks. Staff will be reaching out to affected property owners in July to allow their selection of desired replacement trees. Staff anticipates advertising this project for bid later this summer.

Private Development

 

Pradera - Lennar Communities

Phase 6 homes are being released for occupancy this week.

Lexington Model Homes - KB Homes

The installation of the roadway base material has begun for the construction of the new roadway improvements for the two onsite streets.

Citron Project by William Lyon Homes

The mass grading of the project has begun; the project is located 2516 S. Escondido Boulevard.

Escondido Boulevard at 3rd Avenue

No changes from that reported last week : The contractor is continuing to place framing along the 3rd floor, lane closures along 3rd Avenue will be ongoing to allow for the lifting of construction materials to the third floor roof.

 

Tract 932 - Canyon Grove Shea Homes Community

Offsite traffic signal construction is continuing at Sheridan/Ash and El Norte/Vista Verde intersections. The two traffic signals were scheduled for activation this week, but are now delayed until further notice. The County of San Diego offsite improvements are set to begin this week along Ash Street between Vista Avenue and Hubbard Avenue, the date of the full roadway closure is set for Wednesday, June 21 and continuing through July 7. Electronic message boards have been in place since June 16, notifying the local residences to the roadway construction activity, and a detour route will be in place along Sheridan Avenue to Broadway. Onsite construction is concentrated on installation of roadway base material in advance of placing new asphalt roadway material.

Latitude II Condominiums by a Lyon Homes Partnership: Washington Avenue at Centre City Parkway

The remaining section of the storm drain box lid will be poured this week along the edge of Centre City Parkway.

Solutions Housing 1560 S. Escondido Boulevard

The final asphalt restoration improvements have been completed along Escondido Boulevard. Move in by new tenants has begun this week.

Veterans Village

No changes from that previously reported: The projects off site water improvements are idled this week while the developers design engineer determines the best solution for installing the project water mains around the multiple utility crossings along this projects frontage.

T ract 877 – Bernardo Ave. by Ambient Communities

The onsite construction, which includes constructing wall footing, sewer main and storm drain improvements, will continue this week.

Palomar Medical Center

No changes from that previously reported : The contractor has completed the rough grading of the temporary parking lot pad across from the main entrance to the hospital. Street light foundations as well as surface improvements are being installed this week.

Victory Industrial Park

The contractor began grading the site this week. The project is located at 2005 Harmony Grove Road and is 5.4 acres in size.

Center Point Project

The demolition of the existing concrete slabs has begun this week; the project is located on the old Toyota car dealership at 999 Broadway.

 

 

FIRE

 

Inspections:

 

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Incidents:

  • On June 16, 2017 at 4:46 a.m., the Escondido Police and Fire Communication Center received a report of a fire at the Hacienda Motel, a two story residential motel located at 735 N. Broadway in Escondido. The first arriving unit reported light smoke coming from the North side of the motel. The fire intensity dramatically increased completely involving the room of origin. A second alarm was requested because of the potential threat to life. Aggressive action by the firefighters contained and controlled the fire in approximately 20 minutes. The involved rooms were not occupied at the time of the fire and no additional occupants were displaced. There were no injuries to civilians or firefighters. The Hacienda Motel had been open for only 2 days after being completely remodeled due to a significant structure fire almost 2 years ago. In all, 8 fire engines, 3 trucks, 2 rescue ambulances and 3 Battalion Chiefs responded to the fire. The cause of the fire is still under investigation at this time.

 

POLICE

Incidents:

 

  • On 6/12/17 at 19:17 hours, officers responded to a radio call of an attempt kidnapping. The witness advised she was walking with her 2-year-old daughter in the parking lot of 1635 E. Washington Ave, when the female adult suspect approached them from behind. The suspect grabbed the arm of the 2-year-old female and pulled her away from the witness. The witness was holding the hand of the victim, which prevented her from being pulled away. The suspect tried to grab the victim again, but the witness picked up the victim and ran to their apartment as the suspect fled. Approximately an hour later, an officer located and detained the suspect. The witness positively identified the suspect and she was arrested and booked for Attempted Kidnapping.
  • On 6/12/17 at 23:50 hours, an unknown suspect shot at and hit 7 parked vehicles with an unknown type of airsoft gun, causing smashed windows to all of the vehicles. The vehicles were all parked on the street in front of 1051 Rock Springs Rd. A witness observed an older white “box” type vehicle fleeing the scene when the incident occurred.
  • On 6/14/17 at 02:29 hours, officers responded to a radio call of a male subject breaking into a gas pump at 750 N. Escondido Blvd. (76 Gas Station). Officers arrived on scene and detained two male subjects. The subjects were found to be in possession of a master key to the gas pumps as well as additional electronic equipment for card skimming. The two subjects were ultimately arrested for various felony offenses.
  • On 6/15/17 at 02:33 hours, officers responded to a commercial burglary alarm at Palomar Jewelers (1274 Auto Park Way). Upon arrival, the officers discovered a valid window smash. They searched the building with the assistance of a San Diego Sheriff K9 and determined the suspect was gone on arrival. Once the owner arrived, it was determined that the suspect stole approximately 20 watch boxes that were empty. Security video was available but the suspect was wearing a hood and his face was covered with a bandana.
  • On 6/15/17 at 08:39 hours, officers responded to 1501 E. Grand Ave regarding a disturbance. Both a male and female were contacted in the parking lot. The male subject was found to be in violation of Misdemeanor Domestic Battery; he was taken into custody with a minor use of force and then charged with Felony Resisting Arrest.
  • On 6/15/17 dispatch received multiple 911 calls referencing two subjects armed with handguns and shooting at each other in the Reidy Creek Apartment complex (1343 Morning View Dr). There were no injuries to either party despite two rounds being fired during a physical fight. One person was arrested on multiple weapons charges.
  • On 6/15/17 there was a reported Domestic Violence incident on Bartley Place. Officers attempted to contact the male half, who fled on foot. The male suspect had strangled the female and caused injury to their baby during incidents spanning several days. The suspect is still outstanding, and the victim was examined per the new San Diego County Strangulation protocols.
  • On 6/16/17 at 08:53 hours, dispatch received a call for service in reference to a female adult striking a male adult on the head with a flashlight. Patrol units responded to the area of Roosevelt and Mission Ave and located both subjects. It was determined that the incident was domestic violence related. Patrol Officers placed the female under arrest and booked her into the Vista Detention Facility for Felony Domestic Violence. The male victim sustained minor injuries as a result of the assault.
  • On 6/16/17 at 09:34 hours, officers were dispatched to 401 Robin Hill Lane, to investigate reports of vandalism in progress. Upon arrival, officers observed the suspect driving away southbound along Escondido Blvd. The suspect was stopped and ultimately detained. The victim/reporting party was contacted and stated that the suspect threw a large mechanics wrench at his head. The victim was able to dodge the wrench, which impacted and broke the rear window of his pick-up truck. The suspect was placed under arrest and booked into the Vista Detention Facility for Felony Assault with a Deadly Weapon.
  • On 6/16/17 at 23:30 hours, a reporting party heard glass breaking and saw three juveniles inside 1029 E. Valley Pkwy using a lighter to look around. The reporting party observed the suspects leave with the female suspect pushing a stroller. Officers arrived on scene and witnessed one of the male suspects toss a hammer. All three were detained (2 juvenile males, 1 juvenile female) without incident. After further investigation all three were arrested for Burglary. There was a 5-month old baby in the stroller who was released to a grandmother. All three juveniles were booked into Juvenile Hall.

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