SC Sheriff’s Blotter: Parties Get a Bit Out of Hand

Compiled by Andrea Papagianis

Tuesday, July 29

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE

Avenida Pico/Avenida La Pata (1:17 a.m.) Subjects in a white Toyota Tundra where believed to be smoking unknown drugs.

INDECENT EXPOSURE

South El Camino Real/Avenida Presidio (12:45 a.m.) A patrol check was requested for a man whose genitals were exposed. The caller believed the man was masturbating to child pornography on a laptop. According to the dispatcher, the caller sounded intoxicated.

Monday, July 28

SHOTS HEARD-NO SUSPECT INFORMATION

Paseo Halcon, 3300 Block (11:37 p.m.) The caller thought she heard three or four gun shots coming from across the street.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

El Camino Real, 3900 Block (11:08 p.m.) Authorities received a call from a woman who claimed corrupt police officers were trying to steal her body. The caller was near Carl’s Jr. but would not give officials an address or cross street.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

Finca, 0 Block (10:33 p.m.) At least 12 teenagers were sitting along a curb near the caller’s house. They were reportedly hanging out and throwing things.

DISTURBANCE

La Ronda, 100 Block (10 p.m.) Children were playing with a soccer ball on a balcony. The caller said the ball was hitting his window.

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY

Finca, 0 Block (9:36 p.m.) The caller reported hearing someone say, “We’re out of booze,” at a party they believed underage teens were drinking at. 

DISTURBANCE

Camino de los Mares/Calle Agua (8:34 p.m.) A man was sitting in front of Rite Aid drinking, yelling and harassing customers. The caller said the man even became aggressive.

KEEP THE PEACE

Avenida de la Estrella, 500 Block (8:16 p.m.) The driver of a tan vehicle broke the nozzle off a gas pump at the Valero station and refused to exchange information with the informant.

TRAFFIC HAZARD

East El Portal/Avenida de la Estrella (5:41 p.m.) A large semi-truck ran into a telephone pole and wires had fallen into the roadway.

BRADNISHING A WEAPON

West Avenida Palizada/Calle Puente (5:16 p.m.) A man in his late teens or early 20s was standing on the corner with a machete in hand. The man was described as having black hair and wearing a black shirt and gray pants.

Sunday, July 27

CITIZEN ASSIST

Finca, 0 Block (11:21 p.m.) The owner of a home that is on the market believed someone had entered the home without his or his realtor’s permission.

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY

Via Colorso, 0 Block (11:19 p.m.) Station 42 was at the subject’s residence where blood and a razor were found. Authorities were looking for a man, of thin build and wearing a black T-shirt and shorts, who was driving a burnt-orange truck with tape on the window.

DISTURBANCE

Avenida Calafia, 200 Block (11:13 p.m.) A camper contacted officials after hearing another camper talking to himself about murder. The man was taking a shower when the call was made.

DISTURBANCE

El Camino Real, 500 Block (9:37 p.m.) A woman, who had been barred from the store, refused to leave the caller’s location. She was wearing a dark gray hoodie and black jeans. The caller claimed sheriff’s deputies “know her.”

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

Avenida Victoria, 600 Block (5:18 p.m.) The caller requested a patrol check for a blue sport-utility vehicle a man was possibly dealing drugs out of. Officials were told the man was also “smoking meth.”

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY

Avenida Rosa, 200 Block (4:41 a.m.) Loud subjects were drinking in a backyard. The caller requested authorities inform the partiers that he would sign a complaint if they didn’t quiet down.

Saturday, July 26

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

Avenida Cordoba, 100 Block (10:09 p.m.) A real estate agent informed authorities of a man sleeping in the backyard of a residence. The informant did not stand by for deputies because he didn’t feel safe. The subject was removed.

2 Responses to “SC Sheriff’s Blotter: Parties Get a Bit Out of Hand”

  1. sanclementejedi
    August 1, 2014 at 4:39 pm #

    Nothing about that cop totaling his cruiser driving too fast on Vera Cruz last night?

  2. Beardofbees
    August 2, 2014 at 4:52 am #

    I assume they were speeding towards the station oops I mean the El Pollo Loco on Pico?

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