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sheriffbadgeAll 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.

Compiled by Eric Heinz 

Monday, August 29

 

DISTURBANCE

Avenida Estacion, 1800 Block (1:23 p.m.)

Police were called to respond to a man who slapped the caller’s rear end.

 

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY

Avenida Palizada, 100 Block (11:44 a.m.)

An assist outside agency was requested by the San Francisco Police Department for a stolen 2007 Jeep.

WELFARE CHECK
Corte Sagrada, 0 Block (12:49 a.m.)
The caller who possibly has dementia said she brought children to the residence for “activities.”
Sunday, August 28

 

BURGLARY REPORT

Avenida Ramona, 100 Block (9:21 p.m.)

A man said he saw someone take dishes out of the residence sometime that afternoon on a surveillance camera.

 

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Avenida Dominguez, 100 Block (4:25 p.m.)

A caller said they smelled something “chemical,” possibly meth.

 

DISTURBANCE

El Camino Real, 2400 Block (3:29 p.m.)

A man said someone “pushed a laundry basket” at his Ford.

DISTURBANCE

Calle Del Cerro, 1000 Block (11:44 a.m.)

The caller said their daughter was throwing items around the house due to them putting the condo up for sale.

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-UNKNOWN INJURIES

Camino Vera Cruz/Montana Del Sol (4:12 a.m.)

A yellow MINI Cooper went off road and ran over landscaping and signs for development. The vehicle was disabled and the driver was outside the vehicle.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES
Via Divertirse, 0 Block (1:29 a.m.)
Male juveniles were ringing the doorbell constantly, while wearing ski masks.

Saturday, August 27

DISTURBANCE
Avenida Fabricante, 200 Block (5:38 p.m.)
A person was reportedly kicking doors and banging on windows.

DISTURBANCE

Via Pico Plaza, 100 Block (5:26 p.m.)

A man was reportedly placing a woman in a chokehold.

WELFARE CHECK

Avenida Pico, 900 Block (4:10 p.m.)

A group of people appeared to be as if they were on drugs, as the caller said they were having trouble walking and standing up.

DISTURBANCE

Calle Cortez, 200 Block (8:17 a.m.)

A woman said her ex-boyfriend was on the property, refusing to leave. She said he was continuously ringing the doorbell.

Friday, August 26

DISTURBANCE

Calle Sarmentoso, 1200 Block (9:39 p.m.)

Children were seen throwing rocks at passing vehicles.

BATTERY

Avenida Junipero, 0 Block (6:04 p.m.)

A guest in the house was in a physical fight with another guest.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE

Avenida La Pata/Avenida Pico (9:34 a.m.)

A blue Chevy was found with a busted window. There was trash strewn all around the inside and an empty gas can and bikes near it. The caller wasn’t sure if someone was inside the vehicle, but said someone was possibly living out of it.

Thursday, August 25

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY

Avenida Victoria, 600 Block (5:45 p.m.)

Someone was reportedly playing a saxophone loudly and the caller said “it’s ruining the sunset.” According to the National Weather Service, sunset wasn’t until 7:24 p.m. that day.

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