compiled by Kevin Dahlgren
Tuesday, November 6
Via Ceramica, 0 Block (9:20 a.m.)
A woman with dark hair and blonde highlights was seen rummaging through trash cans along the street in the neighborhood. One resident believed the woman may be taking personal information from the garbage. The woman was last seen entering a burgundy Chevrolet van.
Monday, November 5
Calle Negocio/Calle Amanecer (11:34 p.m.)
A patrol check was requested for the area of the business park where several commercial trucks were heard running their engines loudly. Officers were able to locate the three trucks, but discovered the noise was coming from the refrigeration systems inside the trailers, not the engines.
Hit and Run Parked Car
El Camino Real, 400 Block (3:31 p.m.)
Police were called after a woman backed into the caller’s vehicle and left the scene. The woman was found parked close by, taken into custody and later released from jail.
Keep the Peace
Avenida Victoria, 200 Block (10:20 a.m.)
A landlord called police after a tenant, who had recently been evicted from an apartment, refused to leave the property. The tenant had changed the locks on the apartment and was refusing to open the door.
Sunday, November 4
Avenida Victoria, 600 Block (10:00 p.m.)
An employee of the Pier Market called police after seeing two males and one female who appeared to be under the influence of methamphetamine in the store. The trio left the store and were seen loitering in the walkway under the railroad tracks.
Illegal Parked Vehicle
Avenida Vista Hermosa/La Pata (2:11 p.m.)
Police received a report of several vehicles parked in a no-parking zone and blocking the entrance to Vista Hermosa Park.
Investigate Person Down
Avenida de la Estrella, 1000 Block (1:47 p.m.)
A man was seen passed out underneath a tree near a picnic table. He was described as early 20s, wearing a dark shirt and blue jeans. The caller believed the man was possibly intoxicated.
La Paloma, 200 Block (11:31 a.m.)
A disabled vehicle was seen blocking traffic on Calle Puente. Shortly after the original call, a second call reported that a tow truck had arrived to move the vehicle.
East Avenida Pico/Camino Vera Cruz (8:11 a.m.)
A minor traffic accident was reported in the parking lot of IHOP. Both drivers requested that an officer be present during the exchange of information.
Saturday, November 3
Avenida Vista Hermosa, 200 Block (10:32 p.m.)
A man called police after his Triumph motorcycle was stolen. The caller had left the motorcycle on the street while he went into his house. He told police he heard the engine start, but was unable to get outside to see who took it. Police were unable to locate the license plate registration because the bike had not yet been registered.
Paseo de la Serenata, 100 Block (2:39 p.m.)
A school counselor called police after receiving a report from a student of cyber bullying. The counselor wished to speak with an officer about what could be done to amend the situation.
Avenida Princesa/Ola Vista (12:40 p.m.)
A resident called police after he saw a man and a woman going door-to-door asking people for money. The caller told the dispatcher that they did not have permits for soliciting.
El Camino Real, 1400 Block (7:27 a.m.
An elderly man called police after his 57 year-old brother hit him several times during a disagreement. The caller left the residence and was worried that his brother would not be calmed down when he returned. The man’s brother was described as six feet tall, wearing a blue shirt. Several weapons were in the residence, but the caller did not believe they were operational.
Friday, November 2
Avenida Vaquero, 500 Block (7:43 p.m.)
Employees of Irons in the Fire called police after a drunk patron refused to leave the restaurant. A taxi was waiting for the man outside, but he did not think he needed to leave.