Compiled by Andrea Maben
Sunday, August 19
Avenida Monterey, 300 Block (10:01 p.m.)
A patrol check was requested for a male and female sitting on the curb. The caller was concerned due to the time of night.
Avenida Del Mar, 200 Block (8:01 p.m.)
A patrol check was issued for a female in a wheelchair sitting behind the library with a black sheet over her face. The female had not moved for at least 30 minutes before dispatch was contacted.
Calle Del Cerro, 1100 Block (7:56 p.m.)
Dispatch was notified of a silver Ford Explorer with chrome rims whose alarm had been going off since Friday. The vehicle was parked in front of the Avana San Clemente Apartments. The alarm was successfully disabled.
ROBBERY IN PROGRESS
La Ronda, 100 Block (7:34 p.m.)
A 19-year-old bald male wearing jeans punched a Stuft Pizza deliveryman and then stole the olive and ham pizza he was carrying in his hands. The deliveryman saw the male run towards the nearby hotel, behind the laundry mat.
Saturday, August 18
Avenida Victoria, 600 Block (10:05 p.m.)
A group of people were lighting off “Chinese lanterns” on the beach that shot 50-60 feet into the air. It was a concern that they might go into residential tract and start a fire.
Avenida Pala, 100 Block (6:18 p.m.)
A caller at a drug and rehab center reported that a patient had a knife and was causing a disturbance. The 19-year-old male patient wearing a red shirt, black shorts and flip-flops locked himself in a room before taking off on foot down a street. The male was arrested and is currently in custody.
Avenida Santiago, 100 Block (4:21 p.m.)
A caller reported that a woman in a flower print medical gown and blue medical pants came up to her and said she was “looking for friends.”
Calle Sombra, 1000 Block (10:30 a.m.)
Three people were using radio-controlled cars in a field. The cars were kicking up dirt and were very loud.
Calle Guadalajara, 2900 Block (7:08 a.m.)
A man reported that the previous night he had heard a tapping noise on his window and then heard a vehicle speed off. When he turned on the porch light in the morning he found a penny taped to his window attached to a fishing line.
Friday, August 17
Avenida Santa Barbara, 200 Block (10:50 p.m.)
A group of juveniles on the corner of the block were talking too loudly.
PETTY THEFT REPORT
Avenida Victoria, 600 Block (9:30 p.m.)
A caller reported that his backpack was stolen off the railing outside of Cassano’s Pizza.
Avenida San Fernando, 100 Block (4:16 p.m.)
A male transient wearing a white shirt and black pants and a female transient wearing a red shirt and shorts were sitting on someone’s lawn with a dog. Prior to that the male was seen looking into residents windows.
INVESTIGATE PERSON DOWN
Camino de Los Mares (9:28 a.m.)
A man in a yellow shirt, blue pants and red shoes was passed out on the sidewalk in front of the bank and it was unknown if he was breathing.
SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE
Camino San Clemente, 200 Block (2:20 a.m.)
A 22-year-old carpenter was arrested after a patrol check was requested for a black Dodge Charger across the street that had the engine running and the headlights on. The man is currently in custody.