Compiled by Kevin Dahlgren
Monday, June 18
Escalones, 200 Block (12 a.m.)
A man called to report his ex-roommate was attempting to kick down his bedroom door. The ex-roommate was upset because she claimed the caller’s television was hers. Deputies had responded earlier in the night to keep the peace, as the man’s roommate moved out of the residence.
Sunday, June 17
Camino Mira Costa/Calle Guaymas (11:41 p.m.)
A group of juveniles was reported sitting on a park bench being obnoxious and smoking out of what looked to be drug paraphernalia.
Traffic Accident-Injuries Unknown
South El Camino Real/Avenida Granada (10:50 p.m.)
A fight was reported between a man and a woman. The woman reportedly fell into the street and was hit by a car. She was later treated for minor injuries.
Calle Amistad, 100 Block (4:20 p.m.)
A woman called to report that her two brothers, one 22 years old and the other 15 years old, were in a physical altercation. The older brother had ripped out the phone line to prevent the younger brother from calling the police. Both males were gone when deputies responded, and no charges were filed.
Burglary in Progress
West Canada/Calle Puente (5:59 a.m.)
A caller reported two males possibly breaking into a white truck parked at the corner of the street. The man stated that he had talked to both men while he was on his morning walk and both seemed very suspicious. The two males had left the scene walking on West Canada toward the shopping center.
South El Comino Real/Paseo de Cristobal (12:35 a.m.)
Several callers reported a dark-colored Chevrolet truck swerving all over the road and into oncoming traffic. The vehicle was last seen parked at the 7-Eleven.
Saturday, June 16
Camino De Los Mares, 600 Block (10:43 p.m.)
An employee of Zona’s Italian Restaurant reported a drunken patron who had become upset and was swinging his fists at other guests. The man was described as in his 50s and wearing a brown Quicksilver T-shirt with jeans.
Shots Heard-No Suspect Information
Calle Guadalajara, 2800 Block (8:25 p.m.)
Several reports of gunshots were received. All reports stated that a gunshot was heard somewhere near the area of The Coast residential area, followed by another a few minutes later. No reports of injuries or damage were received.
Avenida Vista Hermosa, 900 Block (5:36 p.m.)
Employees in Target’s security office called to report petty theft. The man was cooperative but shaking and told employees if he had a seizure, it would be their fault. Orange County Fire Authority also responded. A 25-year-old man, who listed his occupation as computers, was arrested.
El Camino Real, 1100 Block (4:24 p.m.)
Seven male juveniles with skateboards were seen climbing onto the roof of the Chamber of Commerce building and skateboarding off the roof.
Keep the Peace
Camino de Estrella, 400 Block (9:23 a.m.)
A young woman and her friend requested police at a local shop to mediate an argument caused when shop employees cut up the caller’s wedding dress.
Escalones, 200 Block (7:49 a.m.)
A man on his morning walk called to report “a large amount of water” coming out of a residence and flowing into the street. No additional details could be found.
Friday, June 15
Avenida Del Mar, 200 Block (11:56 p.m.)
A woman called police, claiming her boyfriend had kicked her out of the house and she “had nowhere to go.” She told dispatchers the couple had been in an argument and that she was sitting on the steps to the library.
Terrorist Threat Reports
Via Malaga, 200 Block (8:24 p.m.)
A woman called police to report her ex-husband had called her and made 422 threats that he was going to kill her. The caller stated that her ex had also sent more than 100 threatening text messages.
Avenida Salvador/Calle Malaguena (12:42 p.m.)
A city worker reported several people riding motorcycles around the Salvador water tower and other utility access roads.
Avenida Pico, 300 Block (11:02 a.m.)
Staff at the water reclamation plant called to report a large marijuana growing area on city property. No individuals or suspects were seen.
Thursday, June 14
Camino Capistrano, 2900 Block (9:40 p.m.)
A woman called to report her red Honda Civic had been stolen since she had returned home two hours earlier. She had purchased the car earlier that day, so it did not have license plates yet and all of the paperwork was inside the vehicle. The caller had the car keys and stated that nobody else had permission to use the car.
Calle Amistad, 100 Block (8:22 p.m.)
Several juveniles were reported igniting fireworks from the fire road behind the caller’s residence.
Avenida Presidio, 100 Block (12:29 p.m.)
A caller had a suspicion that someone was attempting to hack her computer and was tapping her phone lines. No further details could be provided.
Avenida Pico, 900 Block (5:23 a.m.)
Several Walmart employees were waiting for their shifts to start but were unable to get into the building. They stated that there are usually numerous other employees around to open the doors, but they had not seen anyone in over 20 minutes.
Burglary in Progress
Calle Las Bolas, 1600 Block (12:18 a.m.)
A resident reported an unknown male rummaging around in the apartment below him. The downstairs apartment had been tented for extermination for the last two days. The caller did not know if the unknown man downstairs was the person who lived in the unit or an intruder who was stealing things.
Wednesday, June 13
Acantilado, 2800 Block (11:27 p.m.)
A woman reported hearing strange sounds outside, as if someone were trying the front door handle. The dogs were also acting weird, she said. The caller said she believed it might be her ex-boyfriend who has been harassing her.