On Sunday, June 13, at about 2:30 p.m., Oro Valley police responded to a house in reference to a stolen U.S. flag. The victim said her 3-foot by 5-foot flag that is normally posted on the front of her house went missing the day before. She told police the flag stays up all night and day because they have it lit at night. The flag is valued at about $25. The victim did not want to prosecute if they were able to find the thief, but wanted to report it incase there were more people who had their flags stolen. She was issued her victim's rights, which she waived. Nor arrests we made.
On Tuesday, June 8, at about 4 p.m., Oro Valley police responded to a call referencing a stolen license plate. The victim said his rear California license plate had been stolen and his front plate, with no registration stickers, was moved to the rear of his vehicle. The man said it happened some time between June 4 and June 7. The victim said he already contacted the California Motor Vehicle Department. He was issued his victim's rights and the license plate was entered as stolen into the police database. No arrests were made.
On Tuesday, June 8, at about 6:30 a.m., Oro Valley police responded to a home in reference of a burglary. When police arrived, they met with a man who was a contractor for the remodeling of the house as the homeowners were away for the summer. The house, which was under construction, was accessible due to the outside framework. According to the contractor, the bedroom doors were locked when he finished the day before, but when he arrived the next day he noticed the bedroom doors open and all of the drawers had been opened and gone through. He told police he contacted the homeowners who said they took with them anything of real value and the only thing they could tell was missing was a DVD player from the bedroom valued at about $250. No construction equipment appeared to have been moved or taken. The back door appeared to have been pried open with a knife, which police found. No prints were found at the scene and the knife is being checked for fingerprints. Damage to the back door is estimated at $100. No arrests were made.