Burglary: 5100 block of Redwillow Lane. A woman reported that sometime between 4:30 and 10:45 p.m. that date, someone entered her house after smashing a rear sliding glass door. The master bedroom was ransacked and the victim could not immediately identify what had been taken during the intrusion.
Petty theft: 4900 block of Del Monte Road. A woman reported that sometime between 8 p.m. on Jan. 29 and 7:30 a.m. Jan. 30, someone entered her unlocked car, accessed the glove box and stole the vehicle registration slip, vehicle insurance card and the car's sales slip.
Petty theft: 4900 block of Hampton Road. A man reported that someone entered his unlocked vehicle sometime between 9:30 p.m. Jan. 30 and 8:30 a.m. Jan. 31 and took numerous items, including two Kaiser medical cards, a diaper bag, changing pad, two wet/dry bags, a child's backpack, toddler hiking shoes, a water bottle and two pairs of prescription eyeglasses. The deputy who arrived at the scene to take the report noticed a piece of advertising mail from the 4800 block of Hampton Road lying on the ground next to the victim's vehicle and observed mailboxes along the street hanging open.
Petty theft, mail: 4800 block of Hampton Road. The deputy who took the report at 4900 Hampton filled out a report for the piece of advertising mail he'd found and recovered.
Petty theft: 2100 block Foothill Boulevard. A man said that while he was shopping at the Ross store, someone stole his Samsung cellphone from his shopping cart when he turned his attention away from it for a moment. He suspects that two men who were in the same aisle with him at the time took it, but when he asked them, they denied it. Later, while he was waiting outside for a deputy to respond to a call for help, the two men drove up and asked him if he'd found his phone yet. He described one of the suspects as Latino, dressed in khaki pants and a green shirt and second man as black, wearing brown pants and a blue-and-white striped T-shirt.
Identity theft: 4600 Leir Drive. A woman reported that in December someone had used her personal information to open several credit cards, including three from JCPenney and at least one from Macy's. She learned after requesting her credit report that attempts had also been made to open accounts in her name with the Home Depot, Sears and American Eagle Outfitters. In January she made a payment to Macy's, with which she's had an open account for several years, but later realized that payment was made toward a fraudulent account in her name.