Tag: vehicle burglaries

Big Bear Lake Vehicle Break-Ins

Big Bear Lake, CA, October 22, 2012, 1pm – Three Suspects have been arrested for Possession of Stolen Property from numerous vehicle break-ins in Big Bear Lake. On October 19th, the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station got a report of a vehicle break-in on Crane Drive.  During their investigation, deputies discovered thefts from seven additional cars. All eight vehicles were unlocked. Three suspects, identified as 18-year-old Kyle Burton-Podgornik and two 17-year-old males, all residents of Big Bear City, were taken into custody without incident. All three suspects were arrested on felony charges of being in possession of stolen property. The two juveniles were issued citations to appear in court and released to the custody of their parents. Kyle Burton-Podgornik remains incarcerated in lieu of $25,000 bail with an arraignment hearing set for tomorrow at San Bernardino County Superior...

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Multiple Vehicle Burglaries In Big Bear Lake

Big Bear Lake, CA, March 9, 2012, 8:00am – On Thursday, March 8, 2012 the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station received reports of eight vehicle burglaries from unlocked cars between midnight and 7:00am at various locations in the City of Big Bear Lake. Investigation of the burglaries is ongoing with deputies and detectives following up on all leads. Tiffany Swantek, at the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station says you can minimize your chances of becoming a victim by taking a few simple steps. ~ Keep car doors, windows and sunroofs closed and locked. ~ Never leave valuables in your vehicle. ~ Park your vehicle in well-lit areas. ~ Do not leave your keys in your vehicle. ~ Do not leave cash or change in the cup holder. ~ Mark all of your electronic equipment (i.e. GPS units and MP3 players) with a personal identification number and keep a list of the serial numbers, makes and model numbers of all your electronic equipment. If your property is stolen, this will help you recover  This will help in the recovery of your property if have anything stolen. Anyone with information on the recent vehicle burglaries should contact the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station at 866-0100.  Information can also be reported anonymously by calling 1 (800)...

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