July 17 — A man who was working at a construction site found his 1996 Honda had been keyed, and dirt from the site covered portions of the car. There were no suspects at the time of the report.
July 18 — A man who had read a recent story in The Peninsula Gateway about a possible theft of two kayaks found the missing boats tied together on his property. The man called police, and an officer tracked down the man who made the original theft report. The man went to retrieve the kayaks. The police report did not indicate whether or not the kayaks had simply drifted away, or if someone had taken the boats.
July 23 — Police were sent to the Olympic Village parking lot on another call for a group of unwanted teens who were loitering. An officer spotted an unusual mass in a suspect’s pocket and discovered an illegal set of brass knuckles. The suspect, a male, was arrested and cited for possessing a dangerous weapon. The suspect was later released and told the officer he only carried the weapon for protection from people who were accusing him of stealing a skateboard.
July 23 — A man who was playing basketball at a gym discovered his iPhone had been taken. When the man’s friend attempted to track the phone with a GPS program, the pair discovered the phone’s GPS function had been turned off. The service provider told the victim they would attempt to locate the phone. There were no suspects at the time of the report.