Housekeeper steals thousands of dollars worth of jewelry

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Chico Police Department

Call Type: Fight, 6:16 a.m., 346 Nord Ave.

“Caller saying ongoing issue with female causing a disturbance. Female just showed up and started issues. Caller’s boyfriend pushed her out of the apartment and is holding her down. She is being held down outside. In the past she has had a taser, but unknown weapons today. She is boyfriend’s ex.”

Call Type: Fraud/Scam, 11:02 a.m., 2100 Dr Martin Luther King

“Subjects approached caller in the parking lot yesterday and offered to remove dents from her vehicle. She paid them money and they just spray painted her vehicle. The 3 men charged her $440.00 for this detail.”

Call Type: Domestic Dispute, 11:57 a.m., Warner St.

“Male and female in a heated verbal inside apartments and sounds like things are banging against windows. Nobody else heard inside the apartment. The fight has been lasting several minutes.”

Call Type: Suspicious Suspect, 1:03 p.m., 320 Broadway St.

“Subject comes into store 3-4 times a day harassing customers and employees. Appears to be under the influence.”

Call Type: Civil Matter, 1:25 p.m., 1565 E 8th St.

“Caller believes she is being illegally evicted. She received a text from her landlord on Wednesday stating the residence had been broken into (while the caller was in jail) and he changed the locks. Caller stating she was in the process of moving out/then stated the landlord hasn’t legally evicted her or served her with eviction paperwork.”

Call Type: 415-Subject, 4:22 p.m., 146 W East Ave.

“Caller is waiting for his girlfriend at Savemart and is being harassed by a homeless male who is threatening to beat him up and have sex with his girlfriend. Subject just rode behind Savemart on his bike but states he will be back.”

Call Type: Grand Theft, 5:57 p.m., 2207 Robailey Dr.

“Housekeeper took 2 diamond rings valued at $1,000. Victim spoke to her and she agreed to return them. Victim has now discovered a jewelry box with costume jewelry ($3,000 value) also missing.”

Call Type: Family Dispute, 7:15 p.m., 1277 Howard Dr.

“Caller is calling in advising his daughter is ‘going nuts’ and she has a history of talking about hurting herself and other people. She can be heard screaming in the background. There are no weapons in the home. Caller is advising wife to hold down the daughter to get her to stop destroying things. She is upset her parents are trying to take her to a mental health facility.”