Compiled by Darian Nourian
Saturday, September 8
Calle Frontera, 2000 Block (12:39 a.m.)
The California Highway Patrol was dispatched after a women called and told authorities she was engaged in a physical altercation with another man. The woman was overheard saying, “Ow, stop that!” and the male took the phone away from her and cursed at the CHP dispatcher.
Camino de Los Mares, 600 Block (1:18 a.m.)
A woman called police to report that her male roommate ripped her earring out and stole her iPhone, while shopping at a local grocery store. The male subject reportedly ran away from the location.
Disturbance-Music or Party
Escalones, 200 Block (3:24 a.m.)
Seven boys were reported to be making loud noises out on their balcony after they were repeatedly asked to stop. The caller became very concerned after she saw one of the subjects leaving in his car drunk and hitting trash cans with his vehicle.
Follow Up Report
Avenida San Diego, 100 Block (11:01 p.m.)
A man was upset that an unidentified third party kept calling the police on him and the man said he wanted to report harassment. He was especially angry because the last harassing phone call interrupted his lovemaking on his birthday.
Sunday, September 9
Paseo Flamenco, 3400 Block (2:33 a.m.)
A caller told police a male subject that she had been talking to on the phone said he wasn’t feel well and then stopped talking. When the caller called back, there was no answer, so she thought the man was unconscious.
Avenida Victoria, 500 Block (8:44 a.m.)
A man called to report a male subject who was washing a black Range Rover in front of his house. The caller believed that the subject did not live in the neighborhood and was concerned because the soap was running into the storm drain and flowing to the beach.
Paseo de La Serenata (10:12 a.m.)
A woman called police to report a male subject who was reportedly taking pictures of her son while at LaRocco’s Pizza last Thursday.
0 Block (12:43 p.m.)
Four male teenagers were reportedly running around on the roofs of the portable buildings at Truman Benedict Elementary School. The boys were said to be skateboarding on the roofs and filming their stunts so the caller was concerned for their safety.
Assault with Deadly Weapon
Avenida Pico, 900 Block (3:55 p.m.)
Several juveniles were said to be disturbing the peace at the local Walmart. The caller followed them into the parking lot so that he could take a picture of their vehicle and the driver tried to run him down.
Monday, September 10
El Portal, 100 Block (9:47 a.m.)
A caller reported that he had received a phone call about a motor home that was parked on property that he rents out and that two subjects were living in it.
Camino de Los Mares, 600 Block (11:12 a.m.)
A restaurant employee called authorities when she believed a woman entering the restaurant was drunk. The employee told police that the woman was holding on to the counter in an effort to stand up and couldn’t walk straight as she made her way to her vehicle.
Burglary In Progress
Calle Quieto, 3100 Block (4:47 p.m.)
A woman’s ex-boyfriend reportedly broke into her house while she was outside checking her mail. He was allegedly trying to break into her Toyota Corolla, which he claimed to be his vehicle.
Avenida Cordoba, 100 Block (5:06 p.m.)
A man called police when his ex-girlfriend wouldn’t leave his apartment. He told the dispatcher that she had a restraining order against him so he couldn’t kick her out of the residence without assistance.