SC Sheriff’s Blotter: Naked Man Jumps Off Pier, Recovered by Police

All information below is obtained from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department website. The calls represent what was told to the deputy in the field by the radio dispatcher. The true nature of an incident often differs from what is initially reported. No assumption of criminal guilt or affiliation should be drawn from the content of the information provided. An arrest doesn’t represent guilt. The items below are just a sampling of the entries listed on the OCSD website.

San Clemente Times

Monday, November 28

 

FOUND PROPERTY

Avenida Vista Montana, 200 Block (11:52 a.m.)

Someone found a drone.

 

CITIZEN ASSIST

Terraza Escondida, 6800 Block (10:58 a.m.)

Someone threw a rock at a window.

 

INVESTIGATE PERSON DOWN

El Camino Real, 400 Block (10:41 a.m.)

A person was face-down on the ground, singing and screaming.

 

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Avenida Victoria, 600 Block (10:27 a.m.)

Someone was taking photographs of women jogging or biking.

 

DISTURBANCE

El Camino Real, 500 Block (8:26 a.m.)

A few people were sleeping on the caller’s patio and refusing to leave.


SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Buena Vista, 1100 Block (7:11 a.m.)

Someone was seen smoking “something that came out of a plastic bag.”

 

PATROL CHECK

El Camino Real, 1500 Block (6:27 a.m.)

A caller was upset about the apartment they chose to rent above a CrossFit gym. The caller was upset about being woken up by people working out.

 

UNKNOWN TROUBLE

Legendario, 3200 Block (12:56 a.m.)

A woman said someone shot a bullet at her window, but it was later discovered juveniles were shooting slingshot ammunition at windows. Several people contacted police about this, and officials said the parents of the children will pay for all damages.

 

Sunday, November 27

 

DISTURBANCE

Via Plumosa, 100 Block (10:06 a.m.)

A caller said a 13-year-old child was refusing to get up and make their bed and was screaming at their parents.

 

Saturday, November 26

 

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRUMSTANCES

Avenida Montalvo, 200 Block (11:19 p.m.)

A caller said someone was possibly “squatting” (residing illegally) inside a home. The caller said a TV was on, and the man who used to live there died. The caller said they spoke to managers of the property, who told them nobody lived there.

 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-NON INJURY

Avenida Miramar/El Camino Real (7:41 p.m.)

Police were called to an alley where a camper had “plowed into a telephone pole.”

 

TRAFFIC HAZARD

Avenida Vista Hermosa/Avenida Talega (9:51 a.m.)

A patrol check was conducted for a deer stuck in traffic trying to cross the street.

 

Friday, November 25

 

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY

Calle De Los Alamos/Calle Lausen (5:06 p.m.)

Metrolink officials contacted Lossan Rail Corridor Agency regarding a man and a woman standing on the tracks taking photos.

 

KEEP THE PEACE

Avenida Serra, 100 Block (3:42 p.m.)

A woman called about a male driver who blocked her in with his vehicle because “she took his spot.”

 

PATROL CHECK

Buena Vista, 800 Block (2:11 p.m.)

Someone was “mumbling and weaving” 20 minutes prior to the call, possibly going through trash cans.

 

DISTURBANCE

El Camino Real, 500 Block (8:26 a.m.)

An “aggressive” person in the store was refusing to leave.

 

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY

Avenida Pico/I-5 Freeway (7:48 a.m.)

Police were called to check for flooding near the onramp. Police were also called to the area at 1:20 a.m. for reports of water “shooting out of the middle of the street.” Orange County Fire Authority also responded.

 

Thursday, November 24

 

DISTURBANCE

Avenida Vista Montana, 200 Block (11:15 p.m.)

Two men were heard having a physical altercation, screaming “come on, want more.” A woman was also heard screaming “The cops are coming!” The line disconnected, and there was no answer when authorities tried to call back.

 

DISTURBANCE

Avenida De La Estrella, 4200 Block (10:02 p.m.)

A man, possibly on drugs, was running in the street in front of cars.

 

DISTURBANCE

Paseo De Cristobal, 300 Block (9:28 p.m.)

Police were called to 12 juveniles trying to pick fights with adults and throwing empty beer bottles at passing vehicles.

 

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY

Calle Juarez, 600 Block (9:21 p.m.)

Orange County Fire Authority responded to a call for “flames seen on a hillside.”
SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Avenida Victoria, 600 Block (7:53 p.m.)
Police were called to a man described “only as a ‘tweaker’” who jumped into the water from the end of San Clemente Pier. The man was slowly swimming back toward the “lifeguard side” of the shore. Police responded to the scene to see if he was still in the water. On Nov. 22, a similar incident was reported.

DISTURBANCE

Via Merluza, 600 Block (1:41 p.m.)

Two men were reportedly fist fighting on the balcony of the location.

 

HIT-AND-RUN PARKED CAR

Paseo De Cristobal, 100 Block (6:40 a.m.)

A man said someone drove an E-Z-GO golf cart into his daughter’s vehicle.

 

BURGLARY REPORT

Avenida Del Mar, 100 Block (6:37 a.m.)

A caller said they noticed a glass door window “completely smashed out.”

 

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Corte El Brazo, 0 Block (3:29 a.m.)

Police were called regarding two people who sounded drunk yelling from the ditch.

 

Wednesday, November 23

 

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Avenida Victoria, 100 Block (5:53 p.m.)

A caller said they could see four people dealing heroin, and the caller noticed they were hiding in the bushes, with “balloons.”

 

DISTURBANCE

Calle Puente, 1100 Block (5:51 p.m.)

Police were called to a man driving around the park in a dark Honda or Toyota while screaming obscenities.

 

CITIZEN ASSIST

Avenida San Diego, 100 Block (5:33 p.m.)

A man asked to speak with a deputy and to file a report because his ex-wife broke her phone and wanted him to buy her a new one. He said she told him she was going to “punch him in the face” and do something malicious to his truck because he refused.

 

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY

Avenida Pico/Avenida La Pata (5:32 p.m.)

Orange County Fire Authority responded to the Albertson’s where a truck was on fire. A woman reportedly got out of the vehicle, and no injuries were reported.

 

VANDALISM IN PROGRESS
E. Avenida San Juan/Calle Alcazar (2:15 p.m.)

Someone was “tearing out sprinklers.”

 

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Calle Amistad, 100 Block (9:50 a.m.)

A caller reported a car that was full of marijuana smoke.

 

Tuesday, November 22

 

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY

San Clemente Pier (7:31 p.m.)

Dana Point Harbor Patrol responded to a report of a man, about 40 years old, who jumped off the side of San Clemente Pier while naked. He was recovered by authorities and was responsive, but uncooperative and possibly on drugs.

 

INDECENT EXPOSURE

Avenida Victoria, 600 Block (7:13 p.m.)

A naked man was seen running around the business.

 

FIREWORK VIOLATION

Avenida Vista Montana, 200 Block (5:22 p.m.)

Police were called to the main entrance of the location for people setting off fireworks.