The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Lomita Station reported the following crimes and arrests in Rolling Hills Estates, Rolling Hills and unincorporated areas of the Palos Verdes Peninsula for the period of time spanning Dec. 29 through Jan. 18.
Rolling Hills Estates
Two people were arrested on suspicion of burglary and forgery. One person was arrested on suspicion of robbery.
Jan. 13; 5700 block of Ravenspur Road
Someone smashed the front passenger window of a vehicle and stole a black men's sports jacket, black men's Pump jacket, HP laptop, black Apple iPad and an Apple iPod with keyboard.
Jan. 6-9; Peninsula Center
Someone stole a red Honda 1065SS pressure washer from the Peninsula Center.
Jan. 11; Peninsula Drive
Two people were arrested on suspicion of stealing a bottle of Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey from an open business. No loss was reported as the liquor was recovered.
Dec. 30; 4900 block of Elmdale Drive
Camera lighting equipment, miscellaneous gift cards and a gold necklace were stolen from an unlocked vehicle.
Dec. 29-30; 4800 block of Rockbluff Drive
A black and red pair of basketball shoes was stolen from an unlocked vehicle parked in a driveway.
Dec. 30; Encanto Drive
Someone shattered a home's window and stuck his head in. The victim shouted and scared the burglar away. The culprit was described as a Hispanic or white man in his 20s-30s with brown-blond hair.
No arrests were reported in Rolling Hills.
Jan. 4; Crest Road
Someone lit two Christmas trees on fire in a parking lot.
Jan. 6-13; Georgeff Road
Someone stole about 300 feet of copper plumbing from a home that was being remodeled.
Palos Verdes Peninsula
No arrests were reported in the Estates, Westfield and other unincorporated areas of the Palos Verdes Peninsula.
Attempted residential burglary
Jan. 7; 3600 block of Hidden Lane
Someone tried to break into a home in The Estates while the victim was home. Pry marks were discovered on the front door.
Grand theft auto
Jan. 1; 26800 block of Westvale Road
A blue 2000 four-door Honda Civic was stolen from Westfield but later recovered.
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