Isla Vista Foot Patrol (IVFP) and UCSB Police Department (UCPD) responded to one case of public intoxication, one break-in, two fights, one peeping tom and one vehicle theft last weekend.
Thursday night, a 7-Eleven employee reported a subject urinating in an aisle. Upon entering the store IVFP deputies saw the subject, later identified as 19-year-old UCSB student Peter Alan Deleon, mopping the floor. After questioning Deleon, deputies arrested him for public intoxication.
Friday night, deputies responded to a break-in on the 6700 block of Del Playa Drive. Residents who witnessed the break-in said the suspect, identified as Atascadero resident Zachary Devries, jumped onto a car, then fell to the ground near the residency and became violent when asked if he was okay. He punched two subjects and proceeded to break into the residency by shattering a glass door. Residents then beat Devries in self-defense until he became unconscious. He was then transported to Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital.
Friday night deputies also responded to a report of a fight in front of Aladdin Café at 938 Embarcadero Del Norte. Witnesses said a subject, identified as 19-year-old Goleta resident Santiago Carmona, punched an employee of the restaurant. The employee, who stated Carmona hit him in the jaw, requested prosecution and signed a citizen’s arrest form. Carmona was arrested and booked into Santa Barbara County Jail.
On Friday night, deputies patrolling the 6600 block of Del Playa Drive noticed a male adult looking in windows of an apartment complex at 6653. After speaking with the subject, later identified as Carnell Lewis, deputies found he had no connection to the building. Lewis threatened the deputies and refused to comply with their instructions. He was then arrested on numerous charges and booked into Santa Barbara County Jail.
Saturday night, deputies responded to a report of a fight on the 6500 block of Del Playa Drive. Deputies arrived and found approximately 40 people shouting obscenities at each other. Two subjects, identified as Jefferson Crockett and Campbell Davis, were arrested for breaking a victim’s jaw.
Sunday, deputies responded to a report of a vehicle theft on the intersection of Camino del Sur and Sueño Road. The victim said a back window of his parked SUV had been broken and $1,200 had been stolen from a safe in the vehicle. Anyone with information related to the case is encouraged to notify IVFP.