Second Break-In Unsuccessful: Guardian Angels Still on Duty at Angels Garden
This is the second reported attempted burglary at a Eureka business that is going out of business. Police officers also responded to the following developments between Sept. 1-8, including identity theft and a runaway juvenile at The Legends.
Following are recent incidences handled by Eureka Police Department officers:
The owner of The Angels Garden at 619 W. Fifth Street in Eureka discovered an unknown person or persons pried one of the doors to her business on Sept. 4, but no entry was gained. Police report no suspects or witnesses to the attempted break-in. Not long ago, on Aug. 27, police handled another attempted burglary at the same business.
A warrant for an arrest was processed at Eureka City Hall on Sept. 1.
Police were called to a domestic assault incident at a residence located on Hickory Hall Drive on Sept. 2.
Someone was caught trespassing at 4900 Six Flags Road on Sept. 2.
Police logged a report of someone tampering with an auto at 73 Williams Road on Sept. 5.
Items worth more than $500 were stolen at a residence of Emerald Oaks Court on Sept. 6.
Items worth less than $500 were stolen at 131 Eureka Towne Center, the Walmart Supercenter, on Sept. 6.
A person was charged with possession of marijuana at 290 East Fourth Street, the QuikTrip Corporation, on Sept. 7.
A person was charged with fraud and identity theft at 203 East Fifth Street, the Commerce Bank, on Sept. 7.
Police assisted with a missing/runaway juvenile from The Legends on Sept. 8.
Details in this article were provided by the Eureka Police Department.