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The San Marcos Sheriff’s Station is holding a Coffee with the Community

Community: Coffee with the Community – San Marcos

Community outreach is a top priority of the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.

Members of the community should feel comfortable bringing problems related to safety and security to our staff.

The San Marcos Sheriff’s Station is holding a Coffee with the Community event on:

Tuesday, March 19th
Noon to 1:00 p.m.
Starbucks
126 Knoll Road, San Marcos

This is an opportunity to connect with the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department. You’ll have a chance to ask questions, voice concerns and get to know deputies who patrol your neighborhood. Get crime prevention tips and learn more about our free safety programs.

Let’s work together to keep our communities safe.

For more information, contact Deputy Jason Allen or Deputy Aaron Ritt at (760) 510-5200.

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San Elijo Hills Community Association HOA Updates-February 1, 2017

Mardi Gras 2017

The San Elijo Hills Community Association would like to cordially invite our residents 21 and over to our Mardi Gras Party at Café Stoked! The event will be held on Friday, February 10th at 6:00 PM.

Residents will be delighted with delicious food, music, dancing and contests in the true spirit of New Orleans!

Attendance to this event is limited! Cost is $5.00/person. You must provide a check (no cash) payable to San Elijo Hills to Liz McCardle in the San Elijo Hills Onsite Office in order to reserve your spot! All reservations will be taken on a first-come-first-serve basis.

The onsite office is located at 1277 San Elijo Road S., San Marcos, CA 92078. For more information, contact Liz McCardle at sehdirector@waltersmanagement.com or call (760) 798-9015.

Graffiti-Update!

It was brought to our attention that several arrests were made the end of January in connection with the recent graffiti vandalism.

If you witness any graffiti within the community, please contact the City of San Marcos. Below is information off the City’s website:

The City of San Marcos removes graffiti on public and private property within 24-48 hours of being reported. If you have graffiti on your property, and you need assistance in removing it, please contact our graffiti hotline (760) 591-9100.

Download a Graffiti Authorization Form: http://www.san-marcos.net/home/showdocument?id=66 . After printing the authorization form, please mail back to the address indicated on the form or you can fax it back to (760) 744-9520.

• Graffiti cleanup is a top priority in The City of San Marcos. The city employs a full-time graffiti removal team.
• Graffiti is the most common type of property vandalism (35%) according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics.
• Immediate removal – within 24-48 hours – is the key to successful graffiti prevention.
• Please contact the Sheriff’s Department to report suspicious activity at 510-5200.

The City prosecutes vandals when arrests have been made.

San Elijo Hills Onsite Office

Beginning in March, Liz McCardle will be on maternity leave. The office will remain open during this time. For any questions involving community events or architectural matters, please continue to call the onsite office at 760-798-9015 or email at sehdirector@waltersmanagement.com.

Should you need to submit a work order request, have questions regarding your account, enforcement matters or any other management related matters, please contact Becca Warrillow at 760-431-2522 or by email (bwarrillow@waltersmanagement.com).

Package Theft San Marcos – San Diego County Sheriff’s Department

Take a good look at the surveillance photo of a woman wanted in a connection with a package theft in San Marcos. It happened on March 31st just before 1:00 p.m. in the 2500 block of Corbel Way.

Package Theft San Marcos – San Diego County Sheriff’s Department from San Diego County Sheriff on Vimeo.

Surveillance video shows a woman knocking at the front door then holding up a piece of paper to cover her face from the camera. She then picks up two UPS packages and walks out of the camera’s view. They contain household items estimated at $100.

Someone out there knows the suspect. If you recognize her, call the San Marcos Sheriff’s Station and ask for Detective Monica Brown at (760) 510-5200.

Keep these safety tips in mind when ordering items online:

• Choose a shipping option so you can sign for delivery. Request friends and relatives sending you a package to do the same and ask for a tracking number.
• Keep an eye on the package’s delivery status. Sign up for email or text alerts.
• Ship the package to another location such as your office if you won’t be home to receive it.
• Leave special instructions on where to deliver packages (behind bushes, side or back patio, etc.).
• Choose delivery pickup.
• Insure your packages
• Get to know your carriers.
• Be a good neighbor. Look out for each other.
• Report suspicious activity or vehicles to the Sheriff’s Department. Call (858) 565-5200.

It is a federal offense to steal mail or packages delivered by the United States Postal Service (USPS). These investigations are handled by the United States Postal Inspection Service.

Package Theft – San Marcos Sheriff’s Department

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Package Theft – San Marcos
Be on the lookout for a woman who was caught on camera stealing packages in San Marcos. Someone who knows the suspect might recognize her and the getaway car.

The theft happened on Monday, August 10th just before 3:00 p.m. in the 1100 block of Ariana Road in San Marcos. The homeowner ordered several items on Amazon.com and when her packages didn’t arrive, she checked the delivery status of her order online. She discovered the items were actually delivered on August 10th. She checked video surveillance around her home and discovered the theft. She then called the San Marcos Sheriff’s Station.

The video shows a woman getting out of a four-door, white or gray older model Mercedes Benz with a sun roof. She walks up to the front door, stuffs UPS packages into a tote bag and gets back into the passenger side of the car. The suspect is described as a white female in her 30s with brown hair. She was wearing a black top and shorts.

Keep these safety tips in mind when ordering items online:

• Choose a shipping option so you can sign for delivery. Request friends and relatives sending you a package to do the same and ask for a tracking number.
• Keep an eye on the package’s delivery status. Sign up for email or text alerts.
• Ship the package to another location such as your office if you won’t be home to receive it.
• Leave special instructions on where to deliver packages (behind bushes, side or back patio, etc.).
• Choose delivery pickup.
• Insure your packages
• Get to know your carriers.
• Be a good neighbor. Look out for each other.
• Report suspicious activity or vehicles to the Sheriff’s Department. Call (858) 565-5200.

It is a federal offense to steal mail or packages delivered by the United States Postal Service (USPS). These investigations are handled by the United States Postal Inspection Service.

Join the Sheriff’s Department at a community forum to address traffic safety in San Marcos & San Elijo Hills:

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Join the Sheriff’s Department at a community forum to address traffic safety in San Marcos & San Elijo Hills:

Wednesday, February 18
6:00 p.m.
San Elijo Recreation Center
1105 Elfin Forest Road
San Marcos

Deputies and other Sheriff’s Department representatives will be at the community forum to hear about your traffic safety concerns. Come out and help keep your community safe.

For more information, contact Bebe Nares with the City of San Marcos at (760) 510-5255.:

San Diego County Sheriff’s Department Warning About Warrant

It’s a startling phone call you could receive: “There’s a warrant out for your arrest.” A scam going on right now in many counties hopes that fear will cause you to act without thinking.

The caller is very pushy and poses as an employee of the Sheriff’s Department. To make the pitch very convincing, the scammer will: 
• use the name of an actual Sheriff’s Department employee 
• give the actual telephone number of a Sheriff’s Station or Substation 
• have some of your personal information such as a former address or your date of birth 
• threaten you with jail time or taking away your driver license 
• ask for more personal information 
• ASK FOR MONEY either with a credit, debit or prepaid card 

Impersonating a Sheriff’s Deputy is a violation of state law. REMEMBER, no deputy or employee of the Sheriff’s Department will ever contact members of the public by telephone to demand money or any other form of payment. If you get this type of call, hang up immediately. 

People with outstanding warrants are encouraged to turn themselves in Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at any one of the Sheriff’s Court Facilities http://goo.gl/y035S. For more information on warrants and bail notices, visit http://goo.gl/J5N5g. To check if you have an outstanding warrant in the County of San Diego, visithttp://goo.gl/J5N5g

To watch a safety video about warrant scams, follow us on YouTube:http://goo.gl/sYmLlm.

For full details, view this message on the web

San Elijo Hills Night Out Against Crime event on TUESDAY, AUGUST 6th

Night Out Against Crime

Join the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department for its FREE Night Out Against Crime events on TUESDAY, AUGUST 6th. It’s a day when communities across the country take a stand to let criminals know neighborhoods are organized and fighting back. Meet deputies who patrol your communities and mingle with your neighbors while enjoying food, drinks, giveaways and activities for kids. All locations will have a crime prevention specialist on site and display so you can get tips on how to stay safe.

Activities vary by location. See below for a community near you.

SAN ELIJO HILLS
5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
San Elijo Hills Park Picnic Gazebo
1105 Elfin Forest Road, San Marcos
Contact: (760) 744-1050 ext. 3111
Flyer: http://goo.gl/nLSQWj
Picnic style gathering, mingle with your neighbors while enjoying food and refreshments, child fingerprinting, games and a fire truck on display for kids

SAN MARCOS
3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Buelow Park
300 Autumn Drive, San Marcos
Contact: (760) 744-1050 ext. 3168
Flyer: http://goo.gl/pWqc4m
Picnic style gathering, mingle with your neighbors while enjoying food and refreshments

VISTA
5:30 p.m.
Downtown Vista corner of Indiana Avenue and Main Street
11th Annual Walk Against Crime
First 100 walkers to register get a free t-shirt
Flyer: http://goo.gl/F90zoZ
(760) 726-1340 ext. 1481
Bomb/Arson Robot display for kids, Sheriff’s patrol car, information booths and entertainment

Flyers for the events can also be found at www.sdsheriff.net.
If you can’t make it to these events, leave your porch light on as a show of solidarity on National Night Out Against Crime.