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.
Compiled by Staff
Monday, September 5
Calle Cuervo, 100 Block (9:27 p.m.)
A caller said they’ve had a problem with juveniles jumping the fence, and there were at least 10 carloads of them pulling up with beer.
Avenida Vista Montana, 200 Block (2:20 p.m.)
A man and a woman were near a laundry room.
Sunday, September 4
Calle Amistad, 100 Block (9:23 p.m.)
Someone threw a wet wad of toilet paper through a vehicle.
Avenida Del Presidente/Avenida Calafia (6:21 p.m.)
A man was seen walking in the middle of the street and yelling to himself.
Avenida Pico, 900 Block (3:13 p.m.)
A stop sign was reported missing.
Via San Gorgonio, 2900 Block (2:54 p.m.)
People were drinking at the park during a soccer match and being verbally aggressive with other people.
El Camino Real/Avenida Granada (8:15 a.m.)
Two men were in an altercation regarding one of the men throwing a rock at the other’s car.
Avenida Del Mar, 100 Block (6:44 a.m.)
A woman said a person was “passed out” in one of the parking spaces along the street.
Saturday, September 3
Calle De Los Arboles, 1000 Block (10:52 p.m.)
The caller heard leafs being crunched.
Avenida Del Mar, 100 Block (7:19 p.m.)
A person was hanging out in front of the business and was causing a problem.
Avenida Del Mar, 100 Block (6:09 p.m.)
A man was coming in and out of the store asking for water and talking to himself about marijuana.
KEEP THE PEACE
El Camino Real, 200 Block (2:57 p.m.)
A woman said the bartender refused to return her ID and has held onto it for three weeks because she owes him $9.
Calle Valle/Calle De Los Molinos (2:45 p.m.)
Police were called to a man tearing his black Ford truck apart. The caller said the man used to be a mechanic and what he was doing is illegal, making a “huge mess” and oil stains.
Avenida Santa Barbara, 300 Block (1:11 p.m.)
Police were called to a man who was being loud with a chainsaw. The caller said it had been happening since 6 a.m.
Avenida Del Mar/Ola Vista (10:07 a.m.)
A man was yelling and throwing trash at passersby all morning.
Finca/0 Block (8:27 a.m.)
Three men went through a window near the front door of a home, and the caller said they didn’t think the men were the owners.
Terraza Escondida, 6800 Block (12:40 a.m.)
The residence was toilet papered.
Friday, September 2
ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY
Avenida Talega, 800 Block (3:54 p.m.)
A swarm of bees was reported.
Camino De Los Mares, 600 Block (1:43 p.m.)
Police were called to a man who was sitting down with chicken bones all around him and a makeshift altar. The man was described in his mid- to late-20s with long, black, wavy hair and wearing a white towel on his head.
Camino De Los Mares, 600 Block (11:13 a.m.)
The caller said a man appeared to be wearing a hospital gown and was wandering around the parking lot.
Ola Vista, 100 Block (10:02 a.m.)
A man was refusing to leave the business. The caller said he stole incense from the business the day before and was carrying a bottle of vodka with him. The man was described as in his 60s, 5-foot-10 with his long dirty blond hair in a ponytail.
Camino Capistrano, 2800 Block (8:25 a.m.)
A man said he believed someone was trying to get into his garage, although he sounded suspicious on the phone.
Thursday, September 1
El Camino Real, 200 Block (3:19 p.m.)
A man was trying to get high with over-the-counter products and refusing to pay for them.
Avenida Serra, 100 Block (8:20 a.m.)
A woman called from Florida to have police check on her daughter. Last week, the caller said her daughter was frantic and had to leave her apartment.
Wednesday, August 31
Avenida Pico/Avenida La Pata (2:13 p.m.)
Someone with a baby in a stroller was begging for money.
Esplanade/Calle Conchita (12:38 p.m.)
A man was arrested on suspicion of shooting at vehicles. The 28-year-old man, whose occupation was listed as “iron worker,” is currently in custody at the Harbor Justice Center on $150,000 bail.
TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-UNKNOWN INJURIES
Via Socorro, 200 Block (8:44 a.m.)
A woman was hit by a car in the parking lot.