Tuesday, September 4
Calle Juarez, 600 Block (3:32 a.m.)
Police were called to the residence of a man who claiming to be attacked by his girlfriend. The man told dispatchers that his girlfriend, who he believed was under the influence of narcotics, had punched him in the face several times.
Monday, September 3
Calle La Veta, 3300 Block (11:53 p.m.)
A local man was arrested after reports of an unknown male wandering through backyards was received by police. A resident noticed movement in his backyard and discovered the man walking around his swimming pool. The man was described as 5 feet 10 inches tall wearing only his underwear.
East Avenida Pico/I-5 Freeway (9:55 p.m.)
A gray-colored Dodge sports utility vehicle was seen swerving between lanes driving west on Avenida Pico towards the beach. The vehicle was last seen turning right onto Pacific Coast Highway from Avenida Pico.
Via Umbroso, 600 Block (3:04 p.m.)
Several loud motorized vehicles, believed to be motorcycles, were reportedly racing along a walking trail near a neighborhood. A woman was walking on the trail and was almost hit by the dirt bike riders as they raced by.
Sunday, September 2
Avenida Florencia, 100 Block (9:41 p.m.)
A woman called police after two of her neighbors exposed themselves to her. The caller stated she was sitting at the fire pit in her front yard, when two men attending the party next door began to urinate in the front yard of the house next door. The woman claimed the men were intentionally doing it in and she wished to file a report.
Annoying Phone Call
Avenida Presidio, 100 Block (3:15 p.m.)
A man called police after he received several threatening phone calls. The man told deputies he had been receiving a phone call three times a day from a private number threatening him. The threats ranged from stealing the caller’s car to causing him bodily harm.
Calle Las Bolas, 1600 Block (9:00 a.m.)
A patrol check was ordered for the area near Calle Colina to find a male walking in circles and talking to himself. The man was reported to police by neighbors who watched the man becoming more agitated with himself. The man was described as 30 years old, with buzzed blonde hair, wearing a black shirt and blue jeans.
Saturday, September 1
North El Camino Real/Calle de Los Molinos (11:29 p.m.)
A large concrete trashcan was reported in lanes of traffic near SC Art Supply late Saturday night. One driver claimed the trashcan was pushed over and rolled into the street by several juveniles.
South El Camino Real/Avenida Magdalena (2:03 p.m.)
A patrol check was requested for a silver Mercedes sedan with an eight-year-old child and an infant in the back seat. The vehicle had been parked for more than 10 minutes and all windows of the car were rolled up. Neither child seemed to be in distress at the time of the call.
El Camino Real, 500 Block (8:54 a.m.)
A passerby called police after seeing the front window of a business had been shattered. The business appeared to still be closed and no one was inside the property.
Friday, August 31
Vandalism in Progress
North El Camino Real/Avenida Pico (11:50 p.m.)
Several men were seen walking down the north side of El Camino Real tearing down street signs and smashing the windows of businesses. The men were described as tall, wearing white t-shirts and camouflage pants, with Marine Corps style buzzed hair.
Stolen Vehicle Located
El Portal, 200 Block (5:38 p.m.)
A woman called police to report that her car, which was reported stolen the previous night, was now parked in front of her house. No suspicious persons or activity was reported or seen.
Disturbance-Music or Party
Calle Puente, 1100 Block (8:30 a.m.)
Police were called to Max Berg Park after a report was received of a group of 15 to 20 people exercising with loud music. The informant claimed the group was in violation of a city ordinance that outlawed amplified music.
Thursday, August 30
Keep the Peace
Avenida Pico, 900 Block (11:09 p.m.)
A man requested police presence at a meeting between him and his ex-wife. The man had attempted to collect his mail from their former home, but his ex-wife refused to give him his mail. The man was sitting at the San Clemente High School parking lot waiting for a deputy.
Lost or Stolen Plate
Calle Amistad, 100 Block (1:14 p.m.)
A man called police after the registration stickers were stolen from his license plates. The caller had returned to his car after swimming to find both updated registration stickers missing from his car.
Avenida Salvador, 700 Block (12:33 a.m.)
Several juveniles were witnessed walking into a canyon across the street from a residential neighborhood carrying cases of beer and what appeared to be marijuana paraphernalia.
Wednesday, August 29
Defrauding an Innkeeper
Avenida Victoria, 600 Block (5:43 p.m.)
Employees of Fisherman’s Restaurant called police after a woman in her 50s tried to leave the restaurant without paying her bill. The woman originally ran from the establishment towards the end of the pier. The woman was stopped and detained by managers when she tried to walk by the restaurant again.
Via Vina/Via Helecho (2:24 p.m.)
A white Chrysler minivan was reported to be parked at the corner of Via Vina and Via Helecho for more than two months. The van was described as having red spray paint on the rear driver-side door.
Petty Theft Report
Via Socorro, 200 Block (11:28 a.m.)
A woman called police after she witnessed her neighbor steal several plants from her front garden. The caller stated her neighbor two houses down regularly took plants from her garden without permission.