Police Blotter: Road Rage, Suspect Throws Brick Through Moving Car’s Window and Shoplifting

Here's the latest from the San Rafael police logs.

Assaulted while Shopping

The victim was shopping with his family at at 7:20 p.m. Aug. 8 when a 25-year-old suspect grabbed him and started kicking him, causing visible injuries. The suspect was booked in Marin County Jail.

Expensive Taste

On Aug. 7, a 23-year-old suspect was cited and released for attempting to steal three pairs of jeans from at . The suspect was stopped when trying to leave. The jeans were valued at $162.

Caught Shoplifting Alcohol

A 37-year-old man was booked in Marin County Jail for shoplifting and consuming alcohol in public. The suspect attempted to take alcohol with paying from the on B Street at 7:09 p.m. Aug. 6.

Suspect Throws Brick Through Moving Vehicle’s Window

San Rafael police are looking for a suspect accused of throwing a brick through the rear window of a woman’s car as she and her daughter were attempting to leave at 7:45 p.m. Aug. 5. The victim and the suspect were fighting near the 300 block of Bellam Boulevard, before the victim left with her daughter.

Burglar Enters Through Unlocked Door

Some time after midnight on Aug. 5, an unknown suspect entered the apartment of a 52-year-old woman while she was sleeping and stole her wallet. The front door of her apartment, located on the 300 block of Channing Way, was not locked. The victim’s Bank of America card was used at several gas stations and automatic teller machines in Richmond, Calif. after the incident.

Booked for Burgling Rite Aid

A 32-year-old man was arrested and booked in Marin County Jail after he was caught stealing $217.95-worth of vodka from the Rite Aid on Third Street at 2:59p.m. Aug. 5. When police officers searched him, they found methanphetamine.

Road Rage Ends in Assault

San Rafael police officers arrested a 23-year-old male accused of assaulting a man with a baseball bat on Aug. 4. The suspect began fighting with a 19-year-old man during a road rage incident at Second and D streets at 12:51 p.m. The suspect hit the victim in the hand with a baseball bat and smashed the window of his SUV, causing the victim to crash into a fence. The suspect fled after the incident, but police found him a few blocks away without a t-shirt or the bat. He was booked in Marin County Jail for assault with a deadly weapon, vandalism and battery.


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