compiled by Kevin Dahlgren
Sunday, October 28
Avenida Califia/I-5 Freeway (11:45 p.m.)
Police were called after several witnesses saw a vehicle traveling south on the I-5 freeway at an extremely high rate of speed. No description of the vehicle could be given, but one report said the car was traveling at least 120 miles per hour.
Avenida La Pata, 200 Block (4:07 p.m.)
A patrol check was requested for the Steed Park parking lot where several teenage boys were seen skateboarding and harassing people as they passed by. The caller told the dispatcher that the boys were smoking from what looked to be a marijuana pipe and drinking something out of a brown paper bag.
Monte Vista, 200 Block (2:46 p.m.)
A man called police after watching two teenagers jump over a fence onto an abandoned property. The caller believed the men could have been squatting in the vacant residence. The boys were described as being between 16 and 18 years old, though no additional details were available.
Saturday, October 27
Disturbance-Music or Party
Riachuelo, 2800 Block (10:51 p.m.)
Police received a report of a group of juveniles drinking and being obnoxious in the street. The caller reported the group was drinking in the front yard of a residence while throwing glass bottles and cans into the street. The caller was worried that when police came, the group would run into the garage, close the door and deputies would not be able to do anything. The group was also heard threatening to throw eggs at cars in the neighborhood.
Avenida Vista Hermosa/Camino Vera Cruz (6:25 p.m.)
A woman called police after witnessing a drunk driver on Calle Frontera. The caller told dispatch the driver of a silver Lexus sedan hit the curb before turning onto Avenida Hermosa. The Lexus was last seen driving through a red light on Avenida Hermosa traveling towards Camino Vera Cruz.
Calle Fiesta, 200 Block (10:59 a.m.)
A resident called police after a man carrying a clipboard began to ask him questions about his home security system. The caller said the man was unable to produce a permit for door-to-door soliciting and was worried he might be canvassing homes for a break in. The man was described as being in his early 20s, with dark hair pulled back in a ponytail, wearing a white t-shirt and black pants.
Friday, October 26
Camino San Clemente, 100 Block (7:40 p.m.)
Police were called after a man found a rusty pellet gun inside a recycling dumpster. The man thought the gun should be disposed of properly, rather than thrown out with other garbage.
Illegally Parked Vehicle
Avenida Dolores, 100 Block (4:53 p.m.)
A white motor home was seen parked in front of a residence while people slept inside the RV. The caller told police that the motor home was using the residence’s electricity to charge its batteries.
Ola Vista, 2400 Block (3:03 p.m.)
A woman called police after she was unable to locate her white 2011 Honda Accord. The woman believed her car was stolen while she did errands in the area. She last remembered parking her car near La Tiendita around 11:30 a.m. before shopping on Del Mar, but told deputies she may have forgot where she parked. Police were able to locate the vehicle behind Goody’s Tavern.
Paseo de Cristobal, 300 Block (8:34 a.m.)
A white Isuzu Trooper was seen driving erratically near T-Street beach. A witness told dispatch the vehicle nearly hit a group of surfers walking up the hill before turning into a cul-de-sac and doing donuts in the street. According to the caller, the driver of the vehicle appeared to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The car was last seen at the dead end of Paseo de Cristobal.