BRAWLEY — Police records inform of an alleged vehicle fire November 17. Reported party advised they started vehicle and it began to spark. The fire came from the bottom of the vehicle. Party stated vehicle was pushed in the middle of the alley, away from structures. No information was given on vehicle. Reports stated a wiring issue was probable cause of fire.

EL CENTRO — Police records inform of a white male adult allegedly lying on top of Dollar General shopping carts November 17. It was reported subject was there for 10 minutes and customers were unable to access the carts. No weapons were seen, and subject was possibly under the influence. Subject was last seen wearing a white shirt and blue jeans carrying a backpack.

Police records inform of a white male adult allegedly taking lollipops and makeup from 7-Eleven on Adams Ave. November 17. Reported party advised subject returned to location and allegedly stole ice cream. Subject was last seen wearing a gray hoodie, unknown colored shorts, and returned numerous times to location. Party advised prosecution was desired.

According to police records, reported party advised of money allegedly being withdrawn from her deceased mother’s Bank of America account November 15. It was reported the account was used by unknown individuals to withdraw funds electronically. Payments were allegedly given to Continental Finance and First Premiere Bank. Party stated account had $620.54 prior to unauthorized transactions.

Reported party advised of a Hispanic male adult allegedly yelling at employees at American Best Value Inn November 16. Subject was last seen wearing a black shirt and gray pants and was behind the hotel. Party advised subject was allegedly making threats to commit battery and was seen walking toward Wake Ave.

WINTERHAVEN — A company vehicle was reported stolen November 17. Reported party called as a second party, stating sister parked the car outside location to use the restroom. Upon her return, the vehicle was allegedly missing. The alleged theft occurred five minutes prior to call. Vehicle was described as a white Ford F-150 with "Quechan Housing" detail on it. Bumper has a “1” on it. No further information was reported.

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