Compiled by: Adam Herzog
Wednesday, September 19
ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY
Andalucia, 3900 Block (2:21 p.m.)
A female reported a stolen credit card. A male was found with the card inside a motel, and would not open the door.
Thursday, September 20
Ola Vista, 2400 Block (10:55 p.m.)
A resident called police reporting a young male, around 14 or 15, walking around extremely intoxicated. The teenager only had his underwear on and was asking for help. Police arrived and returned the drunk teenager to his parents.
El Camino Real, 2600 Block (3:10 p.m.)
A blonde woman was seen in the middle of the road, physically fighting with a male subject. A patrol check was requested to check on the situation.
Friday, September 21
Camino de los Mares/Calle Agua (6:00 p.m.)
Police received a call that a man had taken a sandwich from a store without paying. The caller said that the man proceeded to eat the sandwich directly in front of the business he stole it from.
Avenida Presidio, 100 Block (1:08 p.m.)
A woman came into the lobby looking to speak to a deputy. She seemed concerned and wanted to inform the deputy of a possible child abuse situation.
Saturday, September 22
Camino de los Mares, 600 Block (10:35 p.m.)
A man was taken to the emergency room for injuries resulting from a fight with his brother. The injured subject was willing to direct police to his brother.
Avenida San Juan, 100 Block (5:56 p.m.)
Three unknown subjects where seen riding dirt bikes in the middle of the road. A driver called police stating they were driving wildly, and that he’d almost hit one of them.
Avenida Pico, 900 Block (2:36 p.m.)
A patrol check was requested for a male and female having their 3-year-old son shirtless begging patrons for money. It is suspected the family lives out of an older white station wagon with stuff piled on top of it. The car was located near the Taco Bell.
Sunday, September 23
El Camino Real, 2400 Block (12:06 a.m.)
A man called police stating his neighbors were talking to him about planting illegal drugs in his room in a scheme to get him arrested. The caller also stated that he used heroin in the morning, and still may be under the influence. Police dispatchers noticed that the man sound extremely paranoid and mentally unstable.
Sunday, September 23
KEEP THE PEACE
E Avenida Palizada/ Camino De La Estrellla (8:40 p.m.)
The police were informed of a verbal argument that had broken out at the Valero gas station near U-Haul. The argument was between an employee of the gas station and an individual who was pumping gas. The employee had reason to believe the individual broke one of the gas pumps.
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
El Camino Real, 500 Block (11:54 a.m.)
Animal control was notified when someone witnessed three pit bulls locked inside a silver Mercedes. All of the windows were up, and the dogs seemed to be in much distress.
Monday, September 24
SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE
El Camino Real, 600 Block (6:26 p.m.)
A woman was seen in the CVS parking lot crying in her car. The more concerning part was that she was drinking Tequila, and the car was running. When the police arrived, the suspect had already driven off.
TERRORIST THREATS REPORT
El Camino Real, 1600 Block (7:16 p.m.)
A man called 911 after receiving a written threat from a woman. However, when police arrived the woman was not on the scene.
S El Camino Real, 100 Block (3:07 p.m.)
A driver of a white van with a New Jersey license plate pulled over the rear curb and dumped out a black trash bag on the side of the road. The witness was not only concerned about the illegal dumping of trash, but felt as if he was dumping something other than just trash.