Malibu Misdeeds: March 28-April 4

The following crimes were reported in Malibu between March 28 and April 4, as recorded in a media log at the Malibu / Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station.


Secret admirer

– A suspicious note was left at Nobu Restaurant on Pacific Coast Highway. The note read: “I did not take anything. I just like exploring. I am interested in the HWW system. I live at the McDonald’s north of here in a Volkswagen 2012 Jetta. P.S. I’m black.” The McDonald’s was searched but no Jetta was found.

Landscape larceny

– At 327 Latigo Canyon Rd., also known as Calamigos Ranch, a grand theft occurred with $7,500 worth of numerous decorative landscaping rocks (granite, limestone, shale) stolen from the premises.



Work it out

– A victim had items stolen from their car at the Malibu Gym. The stolen items included: Black tote bag, miscellaneous woman’s clothing, miscellaneous woman’s shoes, red make up bag, miscellaneous make-up, gold bracelet worth $100, miscellaneous gold charms, a white “Sonic Care” tooth brush worth $100. A window on the 2008 Nissan was damaged.


Car crime

– On Winding Way Road/Pacific Coast Highway a few items were stolen from two victims. Items stolen included a Steve Madden purse, a black, vinyl purse with gold trim, social security card, a wallet containing a Bank of America debit card, a California driver’s license, $20 Coffee Bean gift card and $10.


Parking problems

– Paradise Cove on Pacific Coast Highway had a $40 parking ticket stolen along with the parking lot control gate damaged.


Home not-so-sweet home

– In Malibu on Cool Oak Way, a residence was burglarized. The stolen items included 12 paintings of various types signed by “Paulina” ($600 value) and 14 various crystals ($5,000 value). The gate opener box was damaged.

The Malibu Times is the first newspaper in Malibu, serving the community since 1946.

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