Compiled by Victor Carno
Monday, March 25
Avenida del Presidente, 100 Block, (11:39 p.m.)
A woman told police she was walking home from a bar and a subject approached her, forced her to touch his privates and attempted to assault her. No weapons were seen. The assailant was described as being approximately 20 years old, 5 feet 6 inches tall, with brown hair. He was last seen on foot walking toward Valencia. The caller was talking slowly and was possibly intoxicated.
Avenida Pico, 900 Block (9:40 p.m.)
A caller reported seeing a tan car with its flashers on between a pair of driveways of two drive-thru restaurants with no one around. The caller said they had never seen anything like it.
Calle de la Luna, 0 Block (9:15 p.m.)
A woman called in reference to an ongoing problem with a neighbor. The male neighbor had driven by her home earlier in the day and yelled obscenities at her. The woman said she was home alone and her dog was acting like there was someone outside, but she didn’t see anyone.
Camino Vera Cruz/Avenida Vista Hermosa (8:30 p.m.)
A patrol check was requested for a man sitting on a wall by a main gate. The man had blonde hair, glasses and was not wearing shoes.
Avenida Victoria, 600 Block (5:23 p.m.)
A man was seen wandering in and out of traffic. The man was described as being in his 50s, with a white beard, wearing black pants, red socks and a green Boston Red Sox St. Patrick’s Day hat.
Avenida Algodon, 100 Block (3:54 a.m.)
A man called police because a woman in his room refused to leave. The man said she was knocking on his door and when he opened it, she forced her way in. The woman walked out while the caller was on the line.
Sunday, March 24
TRAFFIC ACCIDENT NON-INJURY
El Camino Real/ Canada (10:13 p.m.)
A man driving a silver Mitsubishi Eclipse ran into a parked car and then attempted to drive off, but his vehicle was not drivable. The man was last seen headed into the alley behind an abandoned gas station. The man was possibly intoxicated.
Avenida Del Mar, 100 Block (9:45 p.m.)
A woman in her 30s was seen roaming around in the middle of the street, looking in trashcans and picking up bugs. The woman was described as 5 feet 8 inches tall, thin, with straw colored hair in a bun and wearing a white sweater and red pajama bottoms.
DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY
Avenida Pico/Boca de la Playa (7:10 p.m.)
A woman notified police about a church group that was singing loudly on the beach. The woman asked that the group be relocated farther away from the residential area because she did not want this occurring every Sunday.
Camino de los Mares, 600 Block (7:06 p.m.)
A woman told a police dispatcher a man told her to call police because he wanted to be shot. She said the man was sitting across the street from a gas station. Police were finally able to make contact with the woman in front of a nearby restaurant, but by that time, the man was gone.
SUSPICIOUS PERSON/ CIRCUMSTANCE
Avenida Vista Montana, 200 Block (6:41 p.m.)
An informant called police because there was a 12-year-old boy sitting in a tree. The boy stated he had nowhere to go and his mother had locked him out. The boy was wearing a pink shawl and shorts. The informant asked to be anonymous and didn’t want police contact.
Avenida de la Estrella, 1500 Block (6:14 p.m.)
A woman at the Pico Auto Collision Yard called police because she had just been notified that a bald man had gotten into her 2000 Chevrolet Malibu and drove off. The woman said she had paid for the vehicle already and had the keys.
La Paloma, 200 Block (4:22 p.m.)
A man notified police of an argument taking place next door. He said he could hear things being thrown around and a lot of swearing, which he felt was not appropriate for a Sunday.
Via Vistosa, 2700 Block (1:02 p.m.)
A mother called police because her son and daughter were in an altercation. The daughter had tried to hit her brother with a metal box. The daughter told her brother she was going to kill him and explained to him exactly how she was going to do it.
Saturday, March 23
SUSPICIOUS PERSON/ CIRCUMSTANCE
Camino de los Mares, 600 Block (9:58 p.m.)
A man walked into Ralphs and told the front desk that there were multiple people following him. He returned an hour and a half later and stated that he still had the same problem. The man was 5 feet 6 inches tall and had short dark hair.
Camino Laurel, 2100 Block (8:56 p.m.)
A woman called police because the woman who was house-sitting for her was not answering the door or the phone. The woman staying in the home was 46 years old and diabetic. The caller said she was unable to get into the house.
Avenida San Dimas, 100 Block (7:51 p.m.)
A man notified officers of three men who kept knocking on his door demanding money for the bus. They eventually left and were last seen walking toward El Camino Real.
Avenida Pico, 900 Block (7:04 p.m.)
An employee of an AT&T store called police because a customer had stolen a display Samsung Galaxy S3, worth almost $650. The employee stated that a second male distracted him while the subject stole the phone. Both subjects were last seen walking toward Walmart.
PETTY THEFT REPORT
Escalones, 100 Block (6:28 p.m.)
A woman reported that her baby’s father came by her house, and while he was visiting, stole her bankcard and some keys. The man’s roommates told her that he was not home when she called his house. She believed that he was at home, and the roommates were covering for him.
SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE
Camino de la Estrella, 500 Block (6:20 p.m.)
A caller reported two large RVs parked in the Kmart parking lot. The caller tried to contact the owners, but they did not answer. The RVs were not allowed to stay in the parking lot if the owners were not present. The informant was advised to have them towed if the owners didn’t respond to deputies.
SUSPICIOUS PERSON/ CIRCUMSTANCE
Avenida Cabrillo, 200 Block (5:21 p.m.)
A man had told the caller that he was locked out of his car and would return later to retrieve it. When the man returned later to get his car, he tried opening his door with a hanger and then tried gaining access to a red convertible Ford Mustang. The informant then saw the man sit in a black Ford Ranger parked next to the Mustang.
HIT AND RUN PARKED CAR
Avenida Cabrillo/ El Camino Real (4:22 p.m.)
A man detained a female in a white Mustang who had just hit a parked truck. The man said he would keep the woman at the scene until police could arrive because the woman seemed to be intoxicated.
El Camino Real/Avenida Victoria (4:12 p.m.)
A man called police to report that his girlfriend had disappeared with his 2-year-old son. The last time the man had heard from his girlfriend was four days before.
KEEP THE PEACE
Calle Recodo, 1000 Block (3:39 p.m.)
A man asked police to stand by while he changed the locks on his business. The man has had problems with his brother showing up and was concerned about a possible altercation taking place.
INVESTIGATE PERSON DOWN
El Camino Real, 1900 Block (3:51 p.m.)
An Outrigger Tavern employee notified police of a man who was passed out on the sidewalk. It was unknown if the man was breathing or not.
Avenida Pico, 700 Block (12:36 p.m.)
Police were called to check on kids in the quad area of San Clemente High School. The kids were playing some type of slapping game that was beginning to get out of control.
Avenida de los Lobos Marinos, 500 Block (1:23 a.m.)
A man called police and stated that he had just chased three subjects, all dressed in black, out of his yard. Two of the subjects ran up his street and one subject ran down the street. He thinks they were trying to get into a house that was under construction, located next door.