Here is the West Ranch Public Safety Report for the week of 08/28/17 through 09/03/17:


Petty Theft - Person(s) unknown stole “Cinderella” the cat (white and gray Siamese, female, 2 YO) from her cage at the location. 

Petty Theft - A female adult attempted to take three clothing items from the busness location without paying for them. She returned the items to loss prevention officers, then left the location. No arrest was made. 

Assault with a Deadly Weapon - The victim and suspect were involved in a road rage incident in which the suspect used his vehicle to hit the rear of the victim’s vehicle twice. The suspect was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. 


Petty Theft - Person(s) unknown stole the front bumper and license plate from his 2015 Tesla 85D. 

Tip of the Week: Your bicycle is only as secure as what you lock it to. 

We just survived a brutal heat wave, and now that it will be cooling down slightly, many of us will be taking our bicycles out to enjoy the numerous paseos and bike trails all throughout our city. When we stop for a break, it is important to assure that our bicycles are properly secured when left unattended. When locking your bicycle, assure that you are using a good quality lock, and that you are attaching it to a secure, fixed item. If youhave parts that are easily removed, such as seats and wheels, assure that they are secured as well, or take the parts with you. Never leave your bicycle attached to a roof rack or trunk rack overnight. These items do not offer enough security to assure that your bicycle is not taken. Always record the serial numbers of your bicycles. If your bicycle is stolen, it is possible to trace the bicycle down should someone attempt to sell it to a bicycle or pawn shop.