June 9: A woman reported her Chase credit card missing after she attempted to buy food from Bristol Farms but noticed the card was gone from her wallet. She contacted Corner Bakery, where she had made a purchase the day before, but an employee said the card was not there. When she called Chase to report her card missing, she was told that several unauthorized purchases had been made, and she canceled the account. The woman told police that she suspected her roommate's son—who she alleges has stolen cash from her bedroom and credit cards from his mother in the past—might be responsible for the theft.
June 18: Two bikes were stolen from a duplex garage on the 200 block of 41st Street. The victims described them as a silver bike with a black seat and long handlebars, and a blue and brown beach cruiser.
June 22: A man reported that the rear passenger-side window of his Chevrolet van was smashed. He told police that the cost to replace the window would be about $300. No property was reported missing from the vehicle.
June 23: A black Jeep Cherokee with tinted rear windows was stolen from the 400 block of Rosecrans Avenue. The vehicle's owner told police that on June 22 his car was locked and the windows were rolled up. The next day at about 10 p.m., the owner discovered his car was missing and searched the area for two hours. There were no traces of the car on the street, and it did not show up in a search as having been towed, police said.
June 24: A woman reported that her gray Dell laptop with a red sticker on the back was stolen from a conference room at the Belamar Hotel, where she was leading a seminar for dental hygienists. When she arrived, she had problems with her laptop and put it down. After the event, she gathered her belongings and went home, but accidentally left behind the computer. The next day, upon discovering the laptop was missing, the woman called the hotel, but no one there had seen it. The laptop belonged to her employer and did not contain her personal information.