Los Gatos-Monte Sereno Police Department vehicle. (Drew Penner / Los Gatan)

These reports are compiled from public information released by the Los Gatos-Monte Sereno Police Department.

April 14

-One or more people broke into coin laundry boxes on Teakwood Court after 11:30pm.

-An unknown suspect broke the glass door to a pool house on Lancaster Road, around 12:38am though it didn’t appear they managed to enter the premises.

-A little before 12:45am, a reporting party heard a loud boom at the Riviera Terrace Apartments on Riviera Drive. The caller stated that their neighbor “moves furniture in the middle of (the) night.”

-A black Mazda and a gray Honda Accord collided around 2:25pm at North Santa Cruz and Bachman avenues. No injuries were reported.

April 15

-A subject “tipped over trash can and threw rock at window” at 7-Eleven on N. Santa Cruz Avenue around 6:17am, “causing it to break.”

-At 10:35am, three people “just stole lots of merchandise” from Walgreens on Blossom Hill Road, a caller stated, adding the subject went behind the counter and emptied the shelves. “They also stole cosmetic and other items.”

-A package was stolen from a front door around 12:30pm on South Kennedy Road.

April 16

-After a group of four people reportedly went into Whole Foods on Los Gatos Boulevard, one left with $500 worth of vitamins, a caller reported.

-At 4:33am, a caller reported “there is a car with its lights on” in the Pine Wood Court area, but was unable to provide a description of the vehicle.

-At 7:39am, vandalism was reported at Moore Buick Pontiac GMC on Los Gatos Boulevard. A “rock was thrown through showroom window.”

April 17

-A black Mercedes was issued a parking citation for blocking a fire hydrant on Towne Terrace.

-A man, apparently in his 50s, with gray hair, orange capri pants and a crop-top shirt was reported for moving “back and forth yelling obscenities at people,” on North Santa Cruz Avenue at 10:23am.

-An Apache safety box with IDs, phone and personal items was stolen from Safeway at N. Santa Cruz Avenue. The theft was reported at 3:45pm.

April 18

-Around 5:40pm at Los Gatos Boulevard and Lark Avenue, a reporting party said they were “cut off” by a white BMW sedan, causing them to honk their horn. The caller said the BMW driver break-checked them, before the “driver got out of her (vehicle,) banged on (caller’s) window and tried to open” their door. Police were unable to locate the suspect.

-Just before 6pm, loud amplified music was reported near Loma Brewery. “Disposition: Unfounded.”

-At 6:29pm, a man with a black jacket was seen digging into trash cans.

-A the back window of a Jeep Wrangler was reportedly smashed between 6 and 8pm in the Old Town parking garage. The caller said a laptop and bag were stolen.

April 19

-A Tesla and a silver Ford Expedition collided at Los Gatos Boulevard and Gateway Drive around 8:59am.

-Mailbox theft was reported on Pleasant Street at 1:25pm, although it was unclear when this occurred.

-At 4:13pm, a man garbed in “flannel around his waist” was weaving in and out of traffic at Lark Avenue and northbound Highway 17. He was last seen going towards the carwash.

-Just before 6pm, OnStar advised police “their client has a dog locked in the car and no way to unlock.” Los Gatos police rendered “courtesy service” to a 2013 red Cadillac parked at Starbucks at Blossom Hill Road.

-A little after 8pm, five minors reportedly kicked a front door along Tait Avenue and ran away.

April 20

-In a 7:33am report, a caller reported that their upstairs neighbors “are jumping up and down, walking, loudly, and dragging something across the floor.” The noise problems have been ongoing, the reporting party stated. The tenants are being evicted, “but have until May 18 to vacate the residence. In the meantime, they continue to make lots of noise.”

-At 5:06pm grand theft was reported at CVS Pharmacy on Pollard road, with a $2,000 loss reported as happening two hours earlier.

-At 6:18pm a possibly intoxicated man in a gray shirt and dark pants was reported for being verbally aggressive at Starbucks on North Santa Cruz Avenue. The manager wanted him arrested for trespassing, but he was gone by the time when police arrived.

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