Compiled by Brian Park

Monday, September 15

DISTURBANCE
Avenida Del Mar, 300 Block (10:43 p.m.)
A caller reported hearing a man and a woman screaming from an apartment, and later, the woman crying and saying, “What did you do?” The caller said she also heard banging in the apartment. When sheriff’s deputies arrived on scene, they were unable to make contact with the caller.

PETTY THEFT REPORT
Avenida Pico, 1000 Block (9:03 p.m.)
A man, possibly the owner or an employee at Thai Palace, said his Buddha was stolen earlier by a customer. The man said there was footage of the incident and the alleged thief was described as a 65- to 70-year-old man.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
Avenida Salvador, 700 Block (9:17 p.m.)
Six people, described by the caller as possible gang members, were seen smoking out of a bong in the middle of the street. The caller said the group arrived in two Honda vehicles.

INVESTIGATE PERSON DOWN
Avenida Sierra, 100 Block (8:38 p.m.)
A man was seen lying face up in the middle of the street. A second caller added that the man was bloodied and not moving.

CITIZEN ASSIST
Vista Prado, 1300 Block (8:34 p.m.)
A landlord told authorities that their former tenants, who had moved out, had left a vehicle at the property. The landlord thought that the vehicle might have been stolen.

OPEN DOOR
Avenida Vista Montana, 200 Block (7:55 p.m.)
A concerned caller said their female neighbor’s front door had been open all day. The Orange County Fire Authority responded and took a disoriented woman to the hospital. The woman’s family was notified.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
Avenida San Gabriel, 100 Block (7:05 p.m.)
Two men, described to be between 19 and 20 years old, were seen throwing something into the caller’s neighbor’s yard and then taking off to the 7-Eleven. The caller suspected the pair was attempting to hide something.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
0 Block (5:23 p.m.)
A caller discovered two bones, tennis shoes and ChapStick that had washed up on shore at North Beach, near a lifeguard tower.

WELFARE CHECK
Avenida De Los Lobos Marinos, 200 Block (2:35 p.m.)
A man, calling from Washington, told authorities he had not heard from his friend since Sept. 8 and usually spoke with him daily. He said he received a message from his friend on Sept. 10, saying, “I was murdered by (names omitted from dispatch log).”

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
Costero Vista, 4000 Block (8:20 a.m.)
A man said a group of people had been regularly climbing a new cell tower located on a hill at night. The caller said the structure had not been fenced off yet and that there was live voltage.

Sunday, September 14

CITIZEN ASSIST
Calle Amistad, 100 Block (8:11 p.m.)
A woman said a man was harassing her on Skype and Instagram.

CITIZEN ASSIST
Avenida Presidio, 100 Block (10:30 a.m.)
A woman said her cellular phone had been stolen on July 4 but that she was contacted by a phone company who told her they had it. The phone company asked the woman to file a report with the police. The woman could not explain why it took so long to report the incident.

Saturday, September 13

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
South El Camino Real/Interstate 5 (11:05 p.m.)
A man wearing a top hot, checkered clown outfit and a red nose was seen carrying an open umbrella near the southbound Interstate 5 exit.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE
Avenida La Pata/Avenida Vista Hermosa (9:13 p.m.)
Seven men were seen streaking at the field at the Sports Park. They were last seen in a white pickup truck and a black Toyota 4Runner, heading toward Target.

PATROL CHECK
Camino De Los Mares, 600 Block (6:40 p.m.)
A white Dodge Ram was parked perpendicular to a red curb. The caller said it created a dangerous situation and that someone was going to get hurt because traffic was now reduced to one lane. Although there was no one in the car, the caller suspected the driver might have been drunk, based on how it had been parked.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
Calle Nuevo, 3000 Block (2:54 p.m.)
A man was going door-to-door, reportedly trying to get public speaking experience.

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