Activity Log

We will periodically update this Activity Log page with brief details of any significant calls or unusual activity that our department is involved in. This log is not a comprehensive list of all Police activities.

 Recent Activity
Jun 21, 5:36 PM. 500 block of West Archibald Ct
Officers responded regarding a subject who had locked himself in the bathroom of his residence. Family members advised that he was under the influence of drugs. When officers arrived, the subject fled out of the back door of the residence, jumping into neighbor’s yards. A perimeter was set and a yard to yard search was conducted. The subject was found hiding in an abandoned shed and taken into custody. The subject experienced medical issues due to his drug use and was transported to Loma Linda University Medical Center. Report # 15-03769
Jun 21, 5:03 PM. 1300 block of RV Center Dr
An officer conducted a traffic stop regarding vehicle code violations. The driver fled into a nearby apartment complex. Officers conducted an area search but were unable to locate the suspect. A passenger in the vehicle was cite released on a misdemeanor warrant. Report # 15-03768
Jun 21, 7:30 AM. 2800 block of South Iowa
Officers responded regarding a vehicle fire that appears to be arson. Two additional vehicles that were parked next to the fire sustained minor to moderate fire damage. Colton Fire Department responded for the arson investigation. The investigation is ongoing. Report # 15-03761
Jun 21, 7:05 AM. 1000 block of South Mt. Vernon Ave
A Community Services Officer responded regarding a burglary report. Unknown suspect(s) smashed out the east facing window and took the cash register from the business. Report # 15-03762
Jun 21, 6:58 AM. 1000 block of South Mt. Vernon Ave
A Community Services Officer responded regarding a burglary report. Unknown suspect(s) smashed out the east facing window and attempted to steal the cash register. For reasons unknown, the register was left behind. Report # 15-03763
Jun 21, 3:45 AM. 1600 block of East Washington St
Officers respond regarding a burglary alarm activation. Officers found the front glass door of the business had been smashed and the suspects entered the business and removed the cash register, but they dropped it in the parking lot. The suspects fled the scene prior to officer’s arrival. The investigation is ongoing. Report # 15-03759
Jun 20, 1:44 PM. Area of La Cadena Drive and 9th St
Officers initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle that was reported stolen. Three subjects were taken into custody for investigation without incident. One subject booked into County jail for receiving stolen property, one subject was cited for warrants, and one subject was released. Report # 15-03751
Jun 20, 2:20 AM. 1400 block of North Mt Vernon
Officers responded regarding a burglary alarm and found a broken window with no entry made into the business. At approximately 3:00 AM, an employee at the business called in advising that he was watching 3 Black male juveniles attempting to enter into the business through the window. Officers returned to the scene and attempted to contact the juveniles nearby, but the subjects fled the scene, running into an apartment. All three subjects were detained and positively identified by the witness and they were arrested for burglary. Report # 15-03740
Jun 18, 5:43 PM. 800 block of East G St
Officers responded regarding a report of a robbery. The victim advised that an unknown Hispanic adult male made entry into his residence through an unlocked screen door. Once inside the residence, the suspect produced a revolver and demanded property from the victims inside the residence. The suspect obtained a flat screen TV and a tablet and fled the scene in a late model red Dodge Charger driven by another unknown Hispanic adult male suspect. An area check was conducted with negative results. The case was forwarded to the Detective Division for further investigation. Report # 15-03709
Jun 17, 5:07 PM. 2100 block of Harris St
Officers responded regarding a missing person. The care giver advised that a 30 year-old Hispanic male was missing. The missing person was said to have the mental capacity of a 5 year-old. Officers conducted an extensive search in the Cooley Ranch Area, assisted by regional helicopter, Eagle-1. After 3 hours of searching with negative results, San Bernardino Sheriff's Department K-9 bloodhound was contacted and assistance was requested. As the K-9 arrived on scene, an caller in the 1200 Block of Northwestern Circle called Colton PD advising of a subject walking around who seemed disoriented. The subject was located and determined to be the missing person. He was located approximately 6.5 miles away from his home. Report # 15-03683
Jun 17, 12:58 PM. 2000 block of West San Bernardino Ave
Officers responded regarding an unknown subject who had attempted to force entry into an apartment while brandishing a large knife. When the suspect was unable to make entry, he entered a nearby apartment. Officers found the front door open and observed obvious signs that the residence had been ransacked. The residence was checked and cleared, and two elderly females were located hiding in a bathroom. The Hispanic adult male suspect entered the apartment via an unlocked door and brandished a knife, forcing the elderly females to enter a bathroom. The suspect then propped a couch upright, blocking access to the hallway where the victims were, and he stole miscellaneous items. It is believed the suspect had attempted to rob the initial caller after he had already robbed the elderly female victims. Investigation is ongoing. Report # 15-03678
Jun 17, 10:30 AM. 2000 block of North Rancho Ave
Officers responded to conduct a welfare check on a subject who was not answering his door or phone calls. Entry was made into the residence and a 48 year old male was located; CFD responded to the scene and pronounced the subject deceased. The coroner was contacted, responded to the scene, and determined that the subject died of natural causes based on his medical history. The body was removed from the scene by coroner's personnel; an autopsy will be completed at a later date. Report # 15-03671
Jun 17, 12:21 AM. Area of Mill St and Meridian
Officers responded in assistance to San Bernardino PD regarding a call of a man with a gun and possible robbery. Colton PD officers located the suspect vehicle in the area of Macy and Ellen streets. A traffic stop was conducted at Mill and Meridian without incident and the suspect was detained. San Bernardino PD responded to the scene and took over the investigation. Colton Report # 15-03662
Jun 15, 4:15 AM. 1400 block of North Rialto Ave
A caller reported that she received information that her stolen vehicle had just arrived at the 4 Seasons Apartment complex. The vehicle was reported stolen from Victorville. Officers contacted the identified suspect near the stolen vehicle and he was taken into custody without incident. The vehicle was recovered and contact made with the victim. The suspect was booked into County jail for grand theft auto. Report # 15-03597
Jun 14, 7:52 PM. Area of La Cadena Dr and Valley Bl
An officer conducted a pedestrian stop on an intoxicated subject who was drinking in public. During contact with the subject, he became uncooperative and attempted to walk away from the officer. The subject attempted to resist but was taken into custody. The suspect was booked into County jail for resisting and obstructing an officer. Report # 15-03591
Jun 13, 11:23 AM. 2700 block of South Reche Canyon Rd
Officers have responded several times in recent months regarding Domestic Violence and Child Custody reports. Officers again responded and advised the mother that she needed to go through the court process. The suspect (mother) later called to report that her husband came back to the residence and took a loaded firearm. Investigation revealed that he did not come back to the residence and did not take a firearm. The suspect made the false report in an attempt to get the husband arrested, instead she was arrested and booked into County jail for filing a false report. Due to the ongoing domestic violence and child custody issues, Child Protective Services responded and the children were taken into protective custody. Report # 15-03568
Jun 12, 7:47 PM. Area of Mission and Mt Vernon
Officers conducted an investigative traffic stop on a vehicle possibly involved in a Hit and Run collision. During the stop the driver was found to be unlicensed and had two active warrants for her arrest. She was arrested for the warrants, and a passenger was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, after he was seen attempting to discard narcotics. Both subjects were transported and booked into County jail and the vehicle was towed. Follow up determined that the vehicle was a recently reported stolen from San Bernardino. Officers returned to the Central Detention Center where the driver was subsequently booked for grand theft auto. Report # 15-03557
Jun 12, 6:14 PM. Area of 7th and H ST
Birds flew into the power lines causing the lines to arch. Fire and Electric responded. No Report #
Jun 12, 12:39 PM. 800 block of East Fairway Dr
Officers responded to assist U.S. Marshals regarding a homicide suspect. The suspect was located and arrested, however, another suspect barricaded himself inside of the residence and later surrendered. Marshals requested a SWAT Team to clear the residence, and the Inland Valley SWAT team responded and assisted. The residence was cleared without further incident. Report # 15-03550
Jun 12, 12:35 PM. 2000 block of West San Bernardino Ave
A subject walked into Arrowhead Regional Medical Center with a stab wound. The victim originally stated that an unknown Black adult male suspect attempted to carjack him and he was stabbed during the altercation. Further investigation revealed that his live-in girlfriend had stabbed him during an argument. The suspect later admitted to the stabbing and the weapon was recovered. She was arrested and booked into county jail. Report # 15-03546
Jun 10, 12:29 AM. 700 block of West Valley Bl
Officers responded to Colton High School regarding several subjects seen fleeing the marching band storage vehicle. On-site security saw the subjects who then fled in a vehicle. The guard was able to obtain a license plate on the vehicle that fled. Contact was made at the residence in Colton however it was found that a sixteen year old son had taken the truck and had not returned. Upon inspecting the school vehicle it was found that suspects had used a brick to break out the passenger side window and cut a lock off the rear slide up door in order to gain access to the band equipment. No property was taken due to the guard interrupting the incident. The son (Colton High student) later returned home and admitted to the break in. The suspect would not ID his accomplices but claimed it was going to be a senior prank. The suspect was arrested for burglary and cite released to his parents. Report # 15-03497
Jun 8, 9:00 PM. Area of Mt Vernon and Carreon
Officers responded regarding a fatal traffic collision. A 55 year-old man was walking across Mt. Vernon at Carreon St when he was struck by a vehicle. The driver of the vehicle remained at the scene. The pedestrian was pronounced dead at the scene. Major Accident Investigation Team officers that were on duty initiated the investigation and two more responded to assist. DUI is not suspected at this time however a blood draw was taken. Report # 15-03471
Jun 8, 10:50 AM. Area of Mt Vernon and Washington
An officer initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle occupied by four subjects. One subject was arrested for parole violation, one subject for probation violation, and two subjects for misdemeanor charges. The subjects were booked into County jail. Report # 15-03449
Jun 7, 4:04 PM. Area of Chestnut and State St, San Bernardino
An officer received information from County Probation regarding a subject with a No-Bail Probation Warrant. The officer located the suspect, who fled on foot, but was tackled and taken into custody without further incident. The suspect was booked into County jail for the outstanding warrant. Report # 15-03429
Jun 6, 11:31 PM. 1900 block of East Washington St
Officers respond to assist Colton Fire with entry to a residence regarding an elderly fall victim. Officers forced entry and the victim was found to be deceased. The Coroner’s office was contacted and death was believed to have been from natural causes with no foul play suspected. Report # 15-03400
Jun 6, 7:59 PM. Area of Pepper and San Bernardino
Officers responded regarding a subject that ran into the business who was bleeding from his left hand and claimed to have been shot. Officers contacted the victim and confirmed that he had sustained a gunshot wound to his left wrist. During the investigation a second subject reportedly walked into Arrowhead Regional Medical Center with a possible gunshot wound to the left arm. The two victims were involved in the same incident in which the victims and witnesses stated that multiple unknown Black adult male suspects were in a black Chevy Impala that pulled up next to the victim’s vehicle and opened fire with a handgun. The suspects fled westbound on San Bernardino Ave while the victims fled eastbound on San Bernardino Ave. A crime scene was located with multiple 40 cal. shell casings located at the intersection of San Bernardino Ave and Pepper. The victims sustained no life threatening injuries and were treated and released from ARMC. The investigation is ongoing. Report # 15-03396
Jun 5, 9:20 PM. 200 block of East Valley Bl
Fontana PD had a solo officer involved in a vehicle pursuit Eastbound on the I-10 freeway. The officer lost sight of the suspect vehicle in the area of Pepper and I-10. Colton officers were in the area of 9th and Valley Blvd and were unaware of the pursuit when the suspect vehicle exited 9th Street and was seen driving recklessly on Valley Bl. An officer attempted to catch up the suspect vehicle but the vehicle pulled into the Murrays parking lot and fled on foot. When the officer located the vehicle, it was abandoned and smoking. At that time, Fontana advised Colton that the vehicle was just involved in a pursuit. A perimeter was established and a search was conducted but the suspect was not located. The vehicle was impounded by Fontana PD. Colton Report # 15-03376
Jun 5, 6:40 AM. 2200 block of West Mill St
Officers responded regarding a male subject running around hitting mobile homes. Officers found the subject being held down by family members in the driveway. The subject was under the influence of a controlled substance and he was transported to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center by ambulance. Report # 15-03358
Jun 5, 2:19 AM. 1400 block of North Mt Vernon Ave
Officers responded to two businesses regarding burglary alarm activations. Unknown suspect(s) Broke the glass front doors and ransacked the cash registers at both locations. According to the contacts at both locations it does not appear anything was taken. Report #s 15-03353 and 15-03354
Jun 3, 10:45 AM. 1900 block of Placentia Ln
Officers responded regarding a possible burglary to a vehicle in the tow yard. While officers were responding to the location, the caller advised that the suspect had a gun and had brandished it at employees. The suspect fled the location on foot. Officers and Detectives conducted an extensive search of the field and wash area northeast of the business. Redlands PD K-9 and Sheriff’s helicopter, 40-King, assisted with the search, but officers were unable to locate the suspect. The investigation is ongoing. Report # 15-03309
Jun 3, 12:58 AM. 1600 block of West Valley Bl
Officers responded regarding an armed robbery. Two Hispanic adult males entered the Valero station and ordered the clerk at gunpoint to open the register. After taking lottery tickets, Zig Zags, cigarettes and approximately cash, the suspects fled westbound from the business on foot. No vehicles were seen or heard leaving the location. The investigation is ongoing. Report # 15-03299
Jun 2, 2:03 PM. Area of Cooley Dr and Mt Vernon Ave
An officer conducted a traffic stop after observing a Vehicle Code violation. The subject was riding a motorcycle and a brief pursuit ensued. The subject was found to have a suspended license. During the stop, the subject became uncooperative with officers and did not comply with their commands and was taken into custody by force. The subject was arrested for resisting arrest and was booked into County jail. Report # 15-03285
Jun 2, 10:58 AM. 600 block of North Mt Vernon
An officer assisted Code Enforcement with an inspection. While on scene, a subject was found to have a warrant and was arrested. The officer was attempting to place the arrestee into the rear seat of a police unit when he became uncooperative, kicking the door toward the officer, and when the door was shut, the subject began kicking the window. The subject was put into further restraints and booked into County jail. Report # 15-03275
Jun 1, 10:04 PM. 1000 block of East Washington
Officers responded regarding a suspicious subject. While officers were enroute, the caller advised dispatch that the suspect mentioned having a gun. Officers located the vehicle and subjects and initiated a felony traffic stop. A clear plastic replica handgun was located in the vehicle. Two suspects were arrested for outstanding warrants and a third was released. Report # 15-03266
Jun 1, 2:46 PM. 900 block of North Pennsylvania Ave
Officers responded regarding a Child Protective Services follow-up. Officers located a child with a serious burn to her arm. The mother advised that the burn was an accident, caused by a curling iron. The burn required medical attention, which the mother had not yet obtained. The child was transported to Loma Linda University Medical Center for treatment. Child Protective Services was contacted and asked to respond to the hospital. The case was forwarded to the Detectives division for follow-up. Report # 15-03253
May 30, 5:58 PM. 1500 block of Latham St
Officers responded regarding a death investigation. The female decedent had prior medical conditions and was in the process of being placed on hospice. Per San Bernardino County Coroner, the body was released to the family. Report # 15-03211
May 30, 4:16 PM. 300 block of East N St
Officers responded regarding a disturbance. A male subject was outside the residence and when he saw the officers, he made a motion with his hands as if he had a weapon and then ran from officers. After a foot pursuit, he was taken into custody by force. The suspect was booked into County jail for an outstanding warrant and for assaulting an officer. Report # 15-03207
May 30, 10:31 AM. 1000 block of North Mt Vernon Ave
Officers responded regarding a robbery. A female entered the store and begin taking items. The store owner attempted to stop her from leaving and the suspect pushed him to the ground. The suspect fled, but she was located and detained a short distance from the store. The suspect was taken to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center for a unknown medical condition not related to the arrest. She was later booked into County jail. Report # 15-03201
May 30, 10:20 AM. 800 block of West Valley Bl
Officers responded regarding an armed robbery. Two Hispanic male adults entered the business, brandished handguns at the cashier and demanded money. The suspects then fled north from business. Officers conducted an area check but the suspects were not located. The case was referred to the Detective division for further investigation. Report # 15-03200
May 29, 6:30 AM. City of Rialto
Rialto PD officers were dispatched to a disturbance and while at the scene, the officers believed that they were being shot at. The suspect then barricaded himself inside his residence. The Inland Valley Swat team was activated and responded. The suspect had access to multiple firearms and threatened to kill the officers and them himself. The suspect later surrendered without incident. No Colton report #
May 29, 1:18 AM. 400 block of North Sperry Dr
Officers responded regarding a robbery. Two Hispanic male adults entered the Comfort Inn and held the clerk at gunpoint. The suspects then ordered the clerk to open the cash register and stand back against the wall. Once the cash register was opened, the suspects took the money and fled on foot to an unknown location. The investigation was forwarded to the Detective Division for further investigation. Report # 15-03171
May 28, 6:15 PM. 300 block of North 9th St
Officers were responded regarding a suspect standing in the middle of the street challenging cars to fight. The suspect attempted to fight with and they took the suspect into custody by force. The suspect was arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance and booked into County jail. Report # 15-03161
May 27, 5:58 PM. 400 block of North Pepper Ave
ARMC security requested assistance regarding an uncooperative subject. The female subject became confrontational with the officer, attacking him and scratching his face and hand in the process. The subject was taken into custody and placed under arrest for felony battery upon a peace officer and was booked into County jail. Report # 15-03137
May 26, 4:52 PM. 2700 block of Dark Canyon Rd
Officers responded regarding an unknown injury traffic collision. The traffic collision was located and determined to be a fatal traffic collision. The Major Accident Investigation Team was contacted and responded to investigate. Report # 15-03120
May 25, 4:28 PM. 1000 block of South Cooley Dr
Officers responded to Cooley Elementary regarding a burglary alarm. Officers located two subjects in the area of the staff parking lot. One of the subjects fled on foot and another left on a bicycle. Officers detained the subject on the bike, but the subject on foot was not located during an area check. The subject on the bike was arrested for possession of burglary tools. No entry was made to any classrooms/buildings at the school; however officers located an electric box that appeared to have been tampered with. Report # 15-03073
May 25, 3:22 AM. 100 block of West K St
Officers responded regarding a report of a suspect inside the fenced in storage area of the Union Pacific Railroad. One suspect was found hiding inside the yard and was detained while a search of the yard was conducted. During the search, a second suspect was found hiding along the fence line and detained. Union Pacific Railroad Police responded and took over the investigation. Colton officers assisted UPRRP with transporting the suspects to Colton PD for processing. The suspects were booked into County jail by UPRRPD. Report # 15-03048
May 22, 10:32 AM. 1100 block of North La Cadena Dr
Officers responded regarding a disturbance and man with a gun. One of the subjects refused to obey the officer’s commands and was taken into custody by force. During the investigation officers learned that the suspect had threatened to shoot the other subjects involved in the disturbance. The suspect was arrested and booked into County jail. Report # 15-02981
May 21, 6:12 PM. Area of Mt Vernon and Centerpointe
Officers responded regarding an armed robbery. The victim was in the area to sell cell phones/tablets and she was contacted by 4 or 5 Black adult males, one of which was armed. The subjects stole a tablet and fled the scene in a black, 4-door compact vehicle. The report was forwarded to the Detective division. Report # 15-02969
May 21, 3:30 PM. 2700 block of South Iowa Ave
An officer observed a subject standing in front of the Jack in the Box. The subject exhibited unusual behavior, and when the officer attempted to make contact with him, he fled on foot. The subject was apprehended and was found to be wanted on multiple arrest warrants. The subject was arrested for his warrants and additionally for resisting a peace officer. Report # 15-02965
May 20, 12:30 PM. 1100 block of North Pepper Ave
Officers responded regarding a theft that just occurred. The suspect fled prior to police arrival, but was located during an area check. The female suspect was found to have a felony no bail warrant and she was arrested and was transported to County jail to be booked. While in the process of being booked, deputies located methamphetamine hidden on her person and she was arrested additionally for possession of a controlled substance Report # 15-02939
May 19, 2:35 PM. 1300 block of RV Center Dr
An officer was conducting an extra patrol in the area when a subject saw the officer and fled on foot into a room. Officers conducted a follow up investigation and located (5) subjects inside the room. The subject that had fled from the officer was found to be a parolee at large and was arrested for parole violation. Another subject that was contacted was arrested for identity theft involving over 10 victims. Both subjects were booked into County jail. Report # 15-02918
May 18, 9:58 PM. 1300 block of North Highland Ave
Officers responded regarding a stabbing victim at the location. A single victim was located who was suffering from several slash-type wounds to his lower back along with a single stab wound to the left upper back. The victim was transported to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center. The victim is in stable condition and the investigation is ongoing. Report # 15-02903
May 18, 4:10 PM. 1800 block of Old Ranch Rd
Officers responded to assist a Parole Agent making contact with a parolee. The parolee was arrested for parole violation and booked into County jail. Report # 15-02896
May 17, 8:13 PM. 1300 block of North Holly Ave
Officers responded regarding a minor injury traffic collision involving a vehicle versus pedestrian. A vehicle was travelling northbound approximately 20 to 25 mph when the 6 year old victim ran out into the road in front of the vehicle and was struck. Colton Fire responded to the scene to treat the child, who sustained a laceration to the head and multiple scrapes and scratches. She was transported to Loma Linda for treatment where she was listed in stable condition. Report # 15-02873
May 17, 1:33 PM. 100 block of West F St
Officers responded regarding a man with a gun in the park. The male juvenile subject was detained without incident. He was found to be in possession of a hatchet and was transported to his residence and turned over to a parent. No report #
May 16, 11:13 PM. 1000 block of South Mt Vernon Ave
Officers responded regarding a robbery. 2 suspects entered the business, one subject brandishing a black handgun at the store clerk demanding cash from register. The suspects walked the victim behind counter and cash was removed from the register. The suspects fled the scene in a white Kia Optima last seen heading north on Mt Vernon. The investigation is ongoing. Report # 15-02850
May 16, 3:31 PM. 100 block of East Valley Bl
An officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop for expired registration, but the driver stopped in a parking lot and fled into a store. The suspect was located inside the store and detained. The suspect was found to have an active warrant and during a search of his vehicle, a handgun, ammunition and a small amount of methamphetamine was located. The firearm was discovered to be reported stolen from Arkansas and the suspect is a convicted felon. He was booked into County jail. A ski mask was located with the handgun and the information passed on to Detectives. Report # 15-02843
May 16. City of Colton
Officers attended the Relay for Life event when calls for service allowed.
May 15, 8:31 PM. Area of Mt Vernon and Washington
An officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a vehicle for a vehicle code violation, but the driver accelerated and fled, refusing to yield for the officer. A pursuit ensued leading officers on a chase down the I-215 freeway into Highgrove, where the vehicle drove into a dead end street and stopped. Officers conducted a felony traffic stop and the driver and passenger were taken into custody without incident. Report # 15-02823
May 14, 8:55 AM. Area of I-215 and 5th St, San Bernardino
An officer observed a vehicle travelling at a high rate of speed on the freeway. When the officer attempted to catch up to the vehicle, the driver attempted to flee, and led officers on a short pursuit. Once the driver yielded, he was taken into custody without incident and was arrested and booked into County jail. Report # 15-02783
May 13, 5:42 AM. 500 block of East Laurel
Colton PD received a bulletin from San Bernardino PD regarding a robbery that had just occurred at the AM/PM located at the I-215 and Inland Center in San Bernardino. The suspect matched the description of robberies that occurred in Colton on May 12 and May 10. Believing the suspect would return to Colton, officers began doing an area check near the Mt. Vernon corridor. An officer located the suspect vehicle at the intersection of Laurel and Redlands. The officer then saw a subject matching the suspect description run from him into the Four Seasons apartment complex and he chased the suspect and with the assistance of his K-9 partner until the suspect surrendered. The keys to the vehicle, along with US currency was located in the complex by Colton officers. San Bernardino PD responded and conducted in-field line ups with witnesses. All evidence was collected by San Bernardino PD along with the vehicle recovery. Colton detectives were advised of the investigation and possible relationship to our investigations. Report # 15-02765
May 13, 2:14 AM. 400 block of North Pepper Ave
Dispatch received a call from Arrowhead Regional Medical Center regarding a possible missing person. The subject walked into the hospital with unknown medical problems and was admitted on May 7th. A nurse saw his photo in the paper and called PD to confirm. The subject was removed from missing person’s bulletins and his family was advised. Report # 15-02694
May 12, 9:41 AM. 1200 block of North Mt Vernon
Officers responded regarding a death investigation. Colton Fire Department was standing by with the 42 year-old decedent. There were no signs of foul play observed at the scene, death appeared to be due to ongoing medical issues. The Coroner advised they would not need to respond to recover the body and the decedent’s body was recovered by Mission Mortuary. Report # 15-02750
May 12, 3:08 AM. 1500 block of North Mt Vernon Ave
Officers responded regarding a robbery. The suspect, believed to be a While adult male, entered the 7-11 with his face covered by his shirt and was brandishing a knife when he demanded cash and cigarettes. He then fled the scene southbound. A subject was located and detained, however it was determined that he was not involved. Investigation is ongoing. Report # 15-02742
May 11, 5:39 PM. Area of Meadow Ln and Washington St
Officers responded regarding an assault. The caller reported that two Black adult male suspects had confronted her teenage child and her boyfriend on Meadow Ln. One of those suspects reportedly shot at her daughter and her boyfriend. During an area check, officers located (4) subjects to the rear of a business on Washington Street. Two of the subjects matched the suspect description. In the area where the suspects were located, officers located a silver semi-auto handgun. After the suspects were positively identified, they were arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and booked into County jail. Report # 15-02732
May 11, 1:22 PM. Area of Mt Vernon and Laurel Ave
An officer was on patrol when he initiated a traffic stop. The driver was given a warning regarding a vehicle code violation, but a passenger in the vehicle had a Parolee at Large warrant and an additional felony warrant and he was arrested and booked into County jail. Report # 15-02727
May 11, 8:51 AM. 1400 block of North La Cadena Dr
Officers responded regarding an embezzlement report. During the investigation, officers determined that an employee had embezzled money over the past few months. The subject was arrested and booked into County jail. Report # 15-02719
May 11, 12:07 AM. Area of Washington and Mt Vernon
Officers were on patrol in the area of Washington and Mt Vernon when they heard what they believed to be numerous gun shots in the area. A suspicious vehicle was seen leaving the area with its lights blacked out, and information came in from a security unit that advised that they believed the vehicle to be involved. Officers conducted a felony traffic stop on the vehicle and detained two subjects for investigation. The subjects were found to be leaving the area because of the shots heard, and they were released. Numerous calls came in about the shots but the origination could not be found. Report # 15-02715
May 10, 9:05 PM. 1100 block of North Mt Vernon Ave
Officers respond regarding a robbery that occurred when an adult, White male subject entered the business and jumped over the counter brandishing a knife and demanding money. The suspect grabbed money from a register and fled on his bike last seen heading south bound on Mt Vernon. Officers conducted an area check, but they were unable to locate the suspect. The investigation is ongoing. Report # 15-02714
May 10, 1:09 PM. 1700 block of North Jantzen
Officers observed a vehicle that accelerated away from the officers at a high rate of speed. As the officers attempted to catch up to the vehicle, they found that it had collided into a fence. The vehicle was found to be reported stolen from Ontario. Both the driver and passenger fled on foot. A perimeter was set up and officers conducted a search of the area but could not locate the suspects. Report # 15-02704
May 10, 5:51 AM. 1300 block of North Redlands Ave
Officers respond regarding a possible structure fire of a vacant residence. Officers found that the carpet was on fire, but they were able to clear the residence of any possible people inside. Colton Fire responded and extinguished the fire, which appears suspicious in nature. An incident report is taken pending confirmation of arson. The case was referred to the detectives division and the investigation is ongoing. Report # 15-02700
May 9, 5:50 PM. 600 block of Avenida Carmel
Officers responded regarding a missing person. An 80 year-old male walked away from his residence on 5/7/15 at approximately 3:00 PM. His family advised that the male may suffer from dementia/alzheimers. A broadcast message was sent to area law enforcement and hospitals. Colton detectives were notified and assisted. An area check was conducted by patrol and regional helicopter, Eagle 1, but the subject was not located. See Press Release Report # 15-02694 - Update: Missing Person Found
May 9, 8:44 AM. 2000 block of West Valley Bl
An officers was conducting a pedestrian check when one of the subjects reached into his waist and discarded two syringes. The subject was arrested for possession of hypodermic needles and cite released. Report # 15-02685
May 9, 3:52 AM. 2000 block of West San Bernardino Ave
Officers respond regarding a domestic disturbance. Officers heard yelling and screaming coming from an apartment as they walked up. The officers attempted to contact residents by knocking on the door at which time the yelling stopped. A baby was heard crying from inside the apartment also, and then suddenly stopped when officers knocked on the door. Officers continued to attempt contact until finally a female subject answered the door and appeared to be very nervous. When the female was asked where the male was, she stated she did not know, but he was found hiding in the closet and he refused to obey officer’s commands to exit. The subject was subsequently detained and found to have an active spousal abuse warrant and he was arrested for the outstanding warrant. Report # 15-02678
May 8, 1:41 AM. 1000 block of East Washington
Officers responded regarding a single vehicle traffic collision. A vehicle was traveling west bound on Washington Ave when it left the roadway and struck a light pole in the center island median. Both the passenger and driver exited the vehicle prior to police arrival, and advised that they were fine and declined medical aid. During the investigation, the driver was subsequently arrested for driving under the influence and released to a family member. Report # 15-02658
May 7, 1:59 PM. 800 block of West H St
Officers responded regarding a subject causing a disturbance. The subject was reportedly under the influence of methamphetamine and was being uncooperative with family members. While attempting to detain the subject, he became combative and kicked an officer. The subject was later arrested and booked into County jail for assaulting an officer. Report # 15-02646
May 5, 10:21 PM. 1300 block of RV center Dr
Officers responded regarding a shooting. During a drug transaction, an argument ensues over the purchase price and a suspect pulled out a handgun and discharged a round into the floor. Both victims attempted to flee the room, but one was shot and suffered major internal injuries from a single gunshot to the back. The second victim was not hit. Both suspects fled the location on foot. Colton Detectives responded and the investigation is ongoing. Report # 15-02623
May 5, 9:33 PM. Area of Florence and Scenic Dr
Officers responded regarding a robbery. A juvenile victim was walking home on Scenic Dr when he was approached by a tan vehicle and two Hispanic male juveniles exited the vehicle and ordered the victim to give them everything in his pockets. Victim was punched in the face and fell to the ground. The suspects then took a wallet and cell phone out of the victim’s pockets and fled. The investigation is ongoing. Report # 15-02622
May 5, 2:34 AM. 1300 block of RV Center Dr
Officers were clearing from an unrelated call when they located a stolen vehicle in the parking lot. Parked next to the stolen vehicle was another vehicle that was also believed to be stolen, but not yet reported. Officers conducted a stake out at the location and saw the initial vehicle leaving the motel 30 minutes later, trailed by the second vehicle. The first vehicle was stopped by units at Tippecanoe near I-10 freeway. The second vehicle was tailed back to the Roadway Inn and was confirmed to be a stolen by Sand Bernardino PD. All suspects were detained with assistance from San Bernardino Sheriff's Department due to the two ongoing felony t-stops. Follow up was conducted at the motel and two more suspects were detained in a rented room. Several license plates were located in the room along with bad checks. Report # 15-02594
May 4, 5:23 PM. Area of Laurel Ave and Redlands Ave
An officer conducted a subject check and found that the subject was on probation for possession of a controlled substance and had an active no bail felony warrant for a probation violation. The subject was arrested for the warrant and booked into County jail. Report # 15-02589
May 4, 3:46 PM. 1000 block of North Mt Vernon
Officers responded regarding a possible forgery in progress. The suspect was detained and he was found to have an outstanding warrant. He was arrested for the warrant and additionally for forgery and was booked into County jail. Report # 15-02585
May 4, 9:52 AM. 600 block of North 3rd St
Officers responded regarding an assault. While investigating, the officers observed obvious signs of child neglect at the residence. Two subjects (one male, one female) were arrested for child endangerment and additionally for a probation violation. Child Protective Services responded to the scene and took custody of (2) children (ages 4 and 5). Report # 15-02580
May 3, 12:48 AM. Area of 12th and O St
Officers responded regarding a report of a subject walking down the street firing a shotgun into the air. Four spent shotgun shells were located at the corner of 12th and O St. An area check was conducted, however the suspect was not located. Report # 15-02550
May 2, 11:55 PM. 1300 block of North Mt Vernon Ave
Officers responded regarding a report of a fight. Officers contacted two male adults who were involved in a fight. One subject sustained a two inch cut to his right arm. After interviewing two witnesses who were not involved in the altercation, one suspect was arrested for assault. The subject who was cut with the knife was transported to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center for treatment. Report # 15-02549
May 2, 2:01 PM. 200 block of East M St
Officers responded regarding a report of battery. The suspect was reportedly hitting his mother. He refused to obey the officer’s commands but he eventually complied. The battery charge was unfounded, but the suspect was arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance and booked into County jail. Report # 15-02538
May 1, 12:33 PM. 500 block of West C St
Officers responded regarding a burglary in progress. The victim heard knocking at the front door to the residence, however did not answer. Two suspects then attempted to force open windows & doors to the back yard. The suspects fled on officers arrival, but were located a short distance from the residence. They were positively identified by a witness and booked into County jail for attempted burglary. Report # 15-02510