Billy Xiong Implies: April 19-25, 2021 – Chico Enterprise-Record

April 19-25, 2021 – Chico Enterprise-Record

This information has been taken from the Chico Police Department, Butte County Sheriff’s Office, Oroville Police Department and the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office.



Lower Wyandotte Road, Oroville: A wallet theft that occurred Friday was reported.

Skyway, Chico: A laptop was reported stolen. The theft occurred on April 16.

Deniz Brothers Lane, Gridley: A theft at the location was reported.


Pacific Heights Road, Oroville: The reporting party stated a subject stole $2,000 at gunpoint. The suspects were described as a man and woman in their 20s driving a Lexus SUV, and a third person driving a black, four-door Acura. The male had a handgun with a laser on it.



Lower Wyandotte Road, Oroville: A man’s 2004 Ford Mustang convertible was vandalized overnight while parked at the location. The reporting party said items were left behind from the vandalism.


Holmwood Drive, Magalia: The reporting party requested to speak to a deputy about an attempted break-in that occurred the previous night. Nothing was stolen.



Oasis Drive, Chico: The reporting party said across the lane from his home subjects are constantly coming onto the property, including a subject who entered the guest house today and slept in the bed. The Sheriff’s Office subsequently made an arrest related to the call.

Standish Lane, Gridley: A pickup was broken into overnight as well as one of the reporting party’s containers.

Miners Ranch Road, Oroville: The reporting party stated someone broke into his property.


Los Verjeles Road/Rolling Oaks Lane, Bangor: A vehicle was vandalized on Monday. The entire exhaust system was cut off and items were taken from the back.


Hildale Avenue, Oroville: A package worth approximately $3,000 was stolen off of a woman’s porch one week prior.



Dawn Terrace, Concow: A man said his firearm was stolen from his unlocked home on Tuesday afternoon.

Virginia Avenue, Oroville: A man reported some jewelry was stolen from the trunk of his car while it was accidentally left open.



Simpson Ranch Road, Berry Creek: A trailer was broken into some time since the prior day. The owner reported food, clothes and an iPad were stolen.

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