Compiled by Kevin Dahlgren
Monday, November 19
Loma Lane, 100 Block (2:26 p.m.)
Police were called after a resident spotted a white Chevy Suburban parked in the same spot for a week. The caller told dispatch that no person had been seen around the vehicle since last week.
Illegal Parked Vehicle
Camino de los Mares, 600 Block (10:06 a.m.)
A silver Cadillac was reported parked in a handicap parking stall without a handicap placard. The caller said the vehicle had been parked in the handicap stall multiple times in the past few months.
El Camino Real, 1400 Block (8:32 a.m.)
A patron of 7-Eleven called police after a male who showed signs of intoxication left the store and nearly stumbled off the curb and into traffic. The caller was worried that the man might accidentally walk into traffic and get hurt. The man was described as wearing a white hooded sweatshirt, a black shirt and blue jeans.
Sunday, November 18
Disturbance-Music or Party
Avenida Granada, 200 Block (9:36 p.m.)
A call to police reported loud mariachi music coming from the lower end of Avenida Victoria. The caller told the desk no contact had been made with the homeowners. The homeowners were asked to turn the music down after a patrol check of the area.
South Ola Vista/Avenida Alessandro (3:22 p.m.)
A patrol check was requested after a female driving a silver Audi was seen yelling at a group of kids after dropping off an unknown male. The caller told police the woman appeared to be drunk and drove away very erratically.
Camino de los Mares/I-5 Freeway (11:38 a.m.)
Several calls to police reported a female with a sign asking for money near the freeway on-ramp. The woman was also seen panhandling at a gas station in the area before moving to the freeway entrance. The caller described the woman as wearing a black baseball cap, a blue jacket and jeans and carrying a black backpack.
Avenida Presidente, 3200 Block (6:58 a.m.)
A person was heard screaming for help all night. A caller thought the screams were coming from San Clemente State Campground, but several attempts by the caller to contact the state park were unsuccessful. State Park deputies were contacted and after speaking with several groups of campers in the park, it was determined the screams were not originating from the campground.
Camino El Molino/Camino de los Mares (3:06 a.m.)
A gold Ford Thunderbird was seen driving erratically on the freeway. According to witnesses, the car had nearly hit the center median of the freeway before exiting at the next off ramp. The vehicle was last seen turning into a parking lot in the area.
Saturday, November 17
Camino de los Mares, 600 Block (9:27 p.m.)
Employees of Saddleback Hospital called police to request additional help subduing an agitated patient. The 17 year-old female was being uncooperative with doctors and would not calm down.
Calle Abril, 3900 Block (6:46 p.m.)
A local resident called police after a group of juveniles were seen “ding-dong ditching” houses. The caller did not want to talk to a deputy but told the desk that the juveniles were “running rampant through the neighborhood.”
Avenida La Pata/Calle del Cerro (9:53 a.m.)
Deputies were requested for the area of the business park where a man found drug paraphernalia on the ridgeline walking trail near the water tower. The man said he had stopped while walking on the trail to urinate and found the items hidden in a bush just off the trail.
Friday, November 16
Avenida de la Estrella, 1500 Block (8:21 p.m.)
A call to police reported a power line hanging about 10 feet above the street. San Diego Gas & Electric was notified of the problem and crews were sent to fix the broken line.
East Avenida Pico/I-5 Freeway (2:24 p.m.)
A drunk male wearing a black shirt fell in the parking lot of Wal-Mart and cut his face. The man then got into his white Scion hatchback and left the scene. The caller said the man was bleeding heavily from his face and was worried the man may cause a traffic accident.
Illegal Parked Vehicle
Buena Vista, 1500 Block (9:26 a.m.)
A patrol check was requested for the area after a white recreational vehicle was parked blocking the sidewalk. Deputies spoke to the owner of the trailer and issued a warning.
Thursday, November 15
Camino de los Mares/Estancia (10:10 p.m.)
A patrol check was requested for the area after the caller saw a man in a black Cadillac sedan exit the vehicle and roll around on the ground for several minutes before entering the vehicle. The car had been parked in the same place for nearly an hour.
Harassing Phone Call
Avenida de la Estrella (2:53 p.m.)
A man called police after receiving several harassing phone calls from his ex-fiancée. The man told police that the call had been happening for several weeks and wanted to know what he could do to stop them.
Terrorist Threats Report
Brillante, 3000 Block (9:49 a.m.)
A woman called police when her neighbor threatened her following an argument earlier that morning. The woman said the male neighbor told her that he would kill her in the next five days. Deputies were sent to the woman’s house to file a report.
Marquita, 100 Block (8:23 a.m.)
A local landlord called police after a tenant who had been evicted on the 10th of the month was refusing to leave the property. The tenant had not packed any belongings and told the landlord that she was planning on challenging the eviction.