EL SEGUNDO HERALD February 16, 2017 Page 13 Police Reports Thursday, February 2 Grand theft auto occurred between 2230 hours on 02/01/17 and 0529 hours on 02/02/17 in the 300 block of Valley Street. A 2015 Volvo V60 was stolen. One male adult was arrested at 1119 hours from the 1900 block of East Mariposa Avenue for one LAPD misdemeanor warrant. Burglary (auto) occurred between 1034 hours and 1104 hours in the 200 block of North Sepulveda Boulevard. The window was smashed and miscellaneous items were stolen. Identity theft report was taken at 1145 hours from the 500 block East Walnut Avenue. Petty theft occurred at 1615 hours on 01/28/17 in the 700 block of South Sepulveda Boulevard. $600.00 in US currency was stolen. Traffic accident (with injuries) occurred at 1700 hours in the intersection of Grand Avenue and Center Street, vehicle versus pedestrian. One male adult was arrested at 1853 hours from the 1600 block of East Franklin Avenue for plain drunk in public. Forgery report was taken at 1842 hours from the 200 block of Arena Street. Attempt petty theft occurred at 2010 hours in the 700 block of South Sepulveda Boulevard. Friday, February 3 One male adult and one female adult were arrested at 0419 hours from the 405 Freeway at the Century Boulevard exit for grand theft auto and felony evading arrest. A vandalism report was taken at 0831 hours from the 500 block of West Franklin Avenue. Unknown suspect(s) damaged the tires on the victim’s vehicle. A petty theft report was taken at 0834 hours from the 1400 East Imperial Avenue. Two cell phones were taken. A dead body report was taken at 0841 hours from the 1300 block of East Grand Avenue. A female adult passed away at the location. A burglary (residential) report was taken at 1236 hours from the 900 block of Cedar Street. A coin-operated washing machine was broken into and coins were stolen. One male adult was arrested at 2031 hours from the 2100 block of East Mariposa Avenue for domestic violence. Saturday, February 4 One female adult was arrested at 0225 hours from Douglas Street and El Segundo Boulevard for one outstanding El Segundo PD misdemeanor warrant. One male adult was arrested at 1015 hours from the 15000 block of Freeman Avenue in Torrance for one outstanding El Segundo PD misdemeanor warrant. A burglary (vehicle) report was taken at 1040 hours from the 800 block of South Douglas Street. Unknown suspect(s) gained entry into the victim’s vehicle by prying open the hatchback. Taken were third row seats. One male juvenile was detained at 2212 hours from the 300 block of Maryland Street for vehicle theft. Sunday, February 5 Four male adults were arrested at 0422 hours from Imperial Avenue and Main Street for grand theft (auto), conspiracy, burglary and possession of burglary tools. Traffic accident (with injuries) occurred at 1640 hours on Main Street and Walnut Avenue. Vehicle versus vehicle. One male adult was arrested at 2127 hours from the 100 block of South Sepulveda Boulevard for a minor driving under the influence and misdemeanor DUI. Monday, February 6 No crimes reported. Tuesday, February 7 One female adult was arrested at 1142 hours from the 300 block of El Segundo Boulevard for one outstanding ESPD misdemeanor warrant. A burglary report was taken at 1544 hours from the 600 block of Main Street. Taken was a cell phone from a gym locker. A burglary report was taken at 1624 hours from the 300 block of Hillcrest Street. Taken was US currency. A traffic accident (no injuries) occurred at 1925 hours from Imperial Avenue and Main Street. Vehicle versus pedestrian. A grand theft report was taken at 1923 hours from 400 block of North Sepulveda Boulevard. Taken were a JBL speaker and tablet. Wednesday, February 8 An attempted petty theft report was taken at 1351 hours from the 500 block of West Maple Avenue. Unknown suspect(s) ransacked the victim’s vehicle. A hit and run report was taken at 1409 hours from the 2200 block of East Park Place. Vehicle versus vehicle. A violation of a court order report was taken at 1719 hours from the 700 block of South Allied Way. One male adult was arrested at 1910 hours from the 700 block of South Sepulveda Boulevard for suspicion of identity theft, grand theft auto, shoplifting and possession of drug paraphernalia. A petty theft report was taken at 1930 hours from the 500 block of Hillcrest Street. Taken was the victim’s postal mail containing a credit card. A burglary report was taken at 1939 hours from the 900 block of Main Street. The unknown suspect(s) used an unknown cutting tool to cut a hole in the pedestrian gate of an apartment complex carport. An attempted burglary (residential) report was taken at 1953 hours from the 1000 block of East Acacia Avenue. Unknown suspect(s) attempted to gain access through two locked windows and the rear door. • Student Athletes from page 5 aiming for a mix of outstanding academics with the competitiveness of a high-profile lacrosse program, so he selected Williams. It might take some adjusting for this beach-oriented student athlete since he’ll be moving to Massachusetts for the next four years. Sean Emery’s path to college was an easy journey. Sean is not only competitive on the basketball court or baseball diamond, but in the classroom as well. He has a 4.5 GPA and has all the qualities and demeanor of a leader. He may have a great work ethic in the classroom, but his competitive juices really shine on the baseball field. His sheer determination to make himself better in all facets of the game is a testament to his drive to be a success. Sean will most likely study economics at Claremont McKenna College while pursuing his passion- -baseball. He is determined to get a degree, but would prefer to play baseball at the professional level. With Sean’s size, ability, speed and power, he’s hoping that Major League teams see that something special that he has worked so hard on for the last few years. If not, he knows the economic degree he’ll earn will allow him to be a success in whatever career he pursues. Cierra Kessler has been one of the school’s top softball players the past two seasons and is looking forward to another stellar year. Besides being one of the top hitters for one of the South Bay’s top programs Cierra is also an outstanding student. When being courted by colleges she had her mind set on a campus with a strong softball program, and a private or small school that had a reputable criminal justice program--her intended major. Brandon Weldon was a three-year starter for the football team at left tackle. This 6’4”, 260-pound student athlete had his pick of Cal Poly SLO, San Jose State, Fresno State or Sacramento State. These four schools represent highly motivated academic programs in which a student athlete like Brandon can be successful. He chose Sacrament State for a number of reasons. He says that their coaching staff as well as the opportunity to succeed in the classroom helped make up his mind. Gio Miglietti is another successful student athlete. He has excelled in the classroom with a 3.7 GPA throughout high school as well as bringing leadership to the soccer team. He helped the Eagles win their first league title since 1990 and advance to the CIF Southern Section quarterfinals--another first for the program. His skill and speed afforded him to be a standout at the midfielder position. With so many schools to choose from, he narrowed it down to UC Irvine, Loyola Marymount University, University of Seattle and the University of Washington. He chose the University of Washington because of the strong soccer program that reached the third round of the NCAA Tournament this past season, and its academics. Isaiah Lynch is a highly motivated student athlete with plenty of competitive drive in his blood. He has stood out in the classroom with his 3.6 GPA, and on the lacrosse field of play. So with Isaiah’s classroom skills and his athleticism on the lacrosse field, he chose Grand Canyon University because it fits his values as a person. Isaiah also says his course of study, Physical Therapy, was another deciding factor. So there you have it. Eight very special students who are also very talented athletes. Their focus in the classroom and the discipline of a competitive athlete equal a person with plenty of success in the future. News and Notes The girls’ water polo team is the only winter sport team to advance to the CIF Southern Section playoffs. The Lady Eagles, who were 15-11 overall, faced Alemany in the first round yesterday. A win would send the Eagles to the next round at home (played at Mira Costa) on Saturday. For the first time in memory, the boys’ and girls’ basketball and soccer teams failed to reach the CIF-SS playoffs. • Eight El Segundo student athletes signed their letters of intent. From left to right: Isaiah Lynch (Grand Canyon University--lacrosse), Gio Miglietti (University of Washington--soccer), Brandon Weldon (Sacramento State--football), Cierra Kessler (Marymount California University--softball), Sean Emery (Claremont McKenna College--baseball), Cory Lund (Williams College--lacrosse), Joe Kelly (Princeton--volleyball), Jake Palmer (UC Irvine--baseball).
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