San Diego police officers were notified of a broken window at the Collins-Parr Elementary. The officers detained several juveniles Monday for various crimes such as arson, criminal mischief and assault.

School vandalized

The Collins-Parr Elementary was vandalized by unknown suspect(s) around Sunday. Individuals who walk at the school reported a broken window near the playground. The suspect may face a criminal mischief charge.

Anyone with information is asked to call the San Diego PD at 361-279-3341.

Arson

SDPD arrested three male juveniles for starting a fire a field on Palacios Street. The juveniles, ages two 13 year olds and a 15 year old were detained for starting the fire. According to police officials, the juveniles used a lighter to set the dry grass on fire. The juveniles were transported to the Judge Richard H. Garcia Regional Juvenile Detention Facility.

As a result of the investigation, officers detained one of the juveniles for criminal mischief that occurred at a residence on the 200 block of Springfield Road.

Assault on family member

Officers responded to a domestic disturbance on the 500 block of West Collins Street and detained a 13-year-old girl. According to officials, the girl assaulted the family member over an ongoing disagreement. The victim had bruising however, she refused medical treatment. The girl was detained and taken to the juvenile detention center. She was charged with aggravated assault causing bodily injury.

Cemetery visit

Two 16-year-old boys and a 24-year-old man were found at the San Diego Cemetery in possession of marijuana. Officers on patrol observed the suspects at the cemetery after hours and preceded to investigate the circumstances. The juveniles were detained and sent to the juvenile detention center. The 24-year-old man, identified as Javier Guerrero was arrested for possession of marijuana. He was transported to the Duval County jail.

According to police officials, a pat down of Guerrero, at the jail, uncovered synthetic marijuana in his possession. An addition charge was added to Guerrero for prohibited in a correctional facility.

Restrained and detained

A 16-year-old female had to be restrained after she attacked her younger brother on the 500 block of South Louisiana, officials stated. The reason for the assault is unknown. The girl was very combative with officers. According to officials, the juvenile had to be restrained by a family member so officers could detained her. She was charged with aggravated assault causing bodily injury family violence. The girl was taken to the juvenile detention center.