The investigated robberies and burglaries this past week, according to the department's Part I crime recap covering reports received Sept. 6 through Wednesday.
Street robberies in Redondo Beach
Chevelle S. Morrison was arrested on suspicion of robbery Monday after a fight in the South Bay Marketplace shopping center. Police believe Morrison met with his victims to discuss a purchase, but during the discussion, he grabbed items from the victims and ran. A fight erupted after the victims confronted Morrison, police said.
Police arrested Zachary Jordan and another boy on suspicion of robbery in connection with a mugging Monday in the 300 block of South Prospect Avenue. According to police, Jordan, the juvenile and a Hispanic man—who was not arrested—carried a BB gun when they approached the victim on the sidewalk and demanded property. No loss was reported as the items were recovered. Officers are looking for a white 2000 Honda CRV with a Washington license plate in connection with the crime.
Commercial burglary in Redondo Beach
Andrea D. Bossier, Blake A. Wellwest and Brandon D. Lewis were arrested on burglary charges Sunday after leaving a store in the South Bay Galleria without paying for the merchandise they took, police said. There was no loss as the items were recovered.
Residential burglaries in Redondo Beach
Someone kicked in the front door of a home in the 1600 block of Felton Lane at some point between late in the evening of Sept. 6 and Monday morning. Police aren't sure if the burglar took anything.
Clothing, beach towels, paperwork and possibly engine parts were stolen from a residence in the 2300 block of Harriman Lane on Sunday night after someone kicked in the rear door of the property. The culprit also broke into a vehicle parked in the backyard.
Someone may have entered through an open door of a residence in the 500 block of Avenue A at some point between the evening of Sept. 6 and Saturday afternoon and stole a bicycle.
Vehicle burglaries in Redondo Beach
Police aren't sure how a burglar got into a vehicle parked at the South Bay Galleria on Monday and stole an iPod.
A cell phone, 20 DVDs and a DVD case were stolen from an SUV parked in the 700 block of Amy Lane. Police don't know how the culprit entered the vehicle between the evening of Sept. 5 and the morning of Sept. 6.
A 2005 Yamaha R-1 Motorcycle stolen in February from the 1100 block of Camino Real was recovered Tuesday by the Los Angeles Police Department Harbor Division.
Officers with the Hawthorne Police Department on Monday recovered a white 1986 Toyota SR-5 truck stolen Aug. 4 from the 2500 block of 184th Street.
Questions on this blotter should be addressed to editor Nicole Mooradian at email@example.com.