Thieves at Kohl’s pepper spray guard
Mountain View Police are investigating a July 28 incident in which a group of women pepper-sprayed a guard after fleeing Kohl’s department store with nearly $2,000 in stolen jeans.
According to Sgt. Sean Thompson, the security guard was assaulted by one of the three women in question after he observed them stuffing several brand-name pairs of jeans into bags shortly after 4 p.m. The women dropped several pairs as they fled the scene but still stole upwards of $1,700 worth of merchandise.
According to Thompson, all three women were African-American, ranging in age from their mid-teens to mid-20s. One was described as having long black hair and wearing a dark-colored shirt and jeans, standing 5 feet, 6 inches tall. A second female stood 5 feet, 4 inches tall and wore a plaid long-sleeved shirt and dark pants. A third woman, also with long black hair, wore a light-colored top and dark jeans at the time of the incident, Thompson said.
Anyone with information on the case is encouraged to call the Mountain View Police at 903-6348.
Aug. 3, 6:29 a.m., 700 block of Los Altos Avenue: An unknown suspect lit a fire underneath the slide of a playground structure on the Santa Rita School campus.
Restraining order violation
Aug. 4, 4:18 p.m., 600 block of Hollingsworth Drive: Police are on the lookout for a 49-year-old male who violated a restraining order after showing up at the home of his ex-girlfriend – who originally filed the restraining order – and called her derogatory names. The suspected then head-butted the female victim, who in turn sprayed her attacker in the face with a cleaning product. The male fled the house, and the female victim reported the incident to police.
– Diego Abeloos