Compiled by Victor Carno
Tuesday, February 26
Avenida Palizada/El Camino Real (3:04 a.m.)
A caller found his 22-year-old neighbor having sex with a Taka-O Sushi employee at the restaurant. The neighbor stated that she didn’t remember it happening. Both the informant and the neighbor waited outside the establishment for the police to arrive while the Taka-O employee remained inside.
Monday, February 25
Calle Anacapa, 0 Block (11:16 p.m.)
A woman called police regarding a domestic dispute with her ex-husband. She stated he was verbally abusive and began to grab her wrists during an argument over property.
Gema, 0 Block (8:17 p.m.)
A mother was throwing all of her daughter’s possessions in front of the house. She also threw the daughter’s computer at the girl. The daughter is pregnant and was the one to inform police of the incident.
Canada, 100 Block (7:08 p.m.)
An anonymous caller informed police that his neighbor had possibly just beaten up his wife, because he had heard choking sounds and things being thrown, along with the child and mother screaming and crying. Police were able to make contact with the mother and child. The home’s prior call history includes attempted suicide and disturbing the peace.
Avenida Del Mar, 200 Block (6:55 p.m.)
Three males, about 20-years-old, were seen smoking narcotics inside of the library. They then walked outside but left their belongings inside. The caller believed they were selling drugs.
Camino de los Mares, 600 Block (5:03 p.m.)
Police were called because of a 6-foot-tall, 270-pound combative man in the Emergency Room. When police arrived to the scene they found the man hiding in a bush behind Ralphs.
Avenida Pico, 700 Block (3:49 p.m.)
A concerned caller told police that a young boy was skateboarding in the middle of the street toward on-coming traffic near San Clemente High School. The caller was worried that the young boy may get hit.
Calle Aveituna, 0 Block (3:49 p.m.)
9-1-1 received a call that consisted only of a baby crying, with no other voices heard. The line remained open for several minutes as the crying continued, until voices of a woman talking to an older child were heard.
Friday, February 22
El Camino Real, 3300 Block (2:19 a.m.)
After exiting a bar, a woman called police because her green Ford was missing. The caller appeared to be intoxicated and said she knew her friend had taken it.
Thursday, February 21
Avenida Buena Ventura, 100 Block (11:43 p.m.)
A woman informed police that a man she knew had allegedly taken a prescription opiate pain medication and was worried because he wasn’t breathing and she couldn’t turn him over. The man’s mother was informed and was on her way. When police arrived, they found that he had moved from the bed to the bathroom.
BURGLARY IN PROGRESS
Calle Canasta, 600 Block (4:15 p.m.)
A man notified police that five neighbor kids had broken into his garage with a crowbar and were currently drinking and smoking marijuana. The caller preferred to remain anonymous.