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Police Blotter: A Quiet week in Palm Desert

A review of reported crimes from September 26 to October 2 from the Palm Desert Police Department, which is staffed by sheriff’s deputies

Tuesday, October 2 

4:00 p.m.: Officers responded to the WalMart reference a theft. Marc Daltry, 21, from Cathedral City, was arrested for commercial burglary after he attempted to return a new item with an old receipt. 

Monday, October 1 

1:39 a.m.:  Officers conducted a warrant service within the 72000 block of Shadow Mountain Drive. David Kiraly, 34 from Palm Desert, was arrested for a Temporary Restraining Order violation warrant. 

Sunday, September 30 

No significant incidents reported.

Saturday, September 29

2:55 a.m.:  Officers conducted a traffic stop on Magnesia Falls Drive at Portola Avenue. Salvador Samano Arizmni, 20, from Indio, was arrested for driving under the influence.

Friday, September 28

No significant incidents reported.

Thursday, September 27

11:10 a.m.:  Officers responded to a non-injury traffic collision at Highway 74 and Cahuilla Way. Calvin Wheat, age 26 of Palm Desert, was arrested for driving under the influence.

Wednesday, September 26

4:10 a.m.:  Officers were flagged down on El Paseo Drive at Ocotillo Drive by a citizen who had just been robbed of his cell phone. A suspect vehicle description was immediately broadcast and officers spotted the vehicle driving on El Paseo near Larkspur Lane. The license plate returned to a stolen vehicle from Coachella. Following a short pursuit, the vehicle stopped in the parking lot of JC Penney. Jose Enrique Osorio-Alvarez, 18, from Coachella, was arrested for robbery, vehicle theft, and possession of burglary tools.

4:28 p.m.: Officers responded to San Clemente Circle and San Gorgonio Way regarding a suspicious person. Annette Velalicia, 51, from Palm Springs, was arrested for public intoxication.

7:45 p.m.: Officers responded to a domestic battery within the 72000 block of Fred Waring Drive. Cassandra Ramsey, 23, and Giovanni Munguia, 26, both from Palm Desert, were both arrested for felony domestic battery.

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