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Tuesday, October 7

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES Via Barracuda, 500 Block (2:24 a.m.) A woman told police she was scared there was someone in her apartment because she heard something move behind the door. The woman waited outside her apartment for deputies to arrive.

DISTURBANCE Avenida Monterey, 200 Block (1:41 a.m.) A woman said her boyfriend was “nagging her to the point that she can’t sleep.” The woman saidchildren also live in the residence.


Monday, October 6 

DRUNK IN PUBLIC El Avenida Palizada/El Camino Real (11:12 p.m.) A man with long curly hair was drunk and “trying to start problems” in front of a 7-Eleven.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE Paseo Vista, 100 Block (9:35 p.m.) A caller reported seeing four people inside of a silver sedan possibly drinking.

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY Avenida Calafia, 200 Block (7:02 p.m.) Lifeguards told police they were with a woman who claimed to have been drugged by her friends and is under the influence and paranoid.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES El Camino Real, 600 Block (6:39 p.m.) A man told deputies he gave some change to a homeless woman and then she stole his wallet.

WELFARE CHECK Avenida Del Mar, 200 Block (4:57 p.m.) A caller from Michigan asked police to check in on her sister who was “extremely drunk” and was “becoming belligerent.”

DISTURBANCE Camino De Los Mares, 600 Block (2:01 p.m.) A woman who appeared to be homeless was asking a man for money and then threw change at his car.

DISTURBANCE Camino De Los Mares, 600 Block (8:02 a.m.) A homeless woman was giving the wrong name while checking in at the emergency room and attempting to reach over the counter to grab the computer.

DISTURBANCE El Camino Real, 2300 Block (6:13 a.m.) A caller reported seeing a 76 gas station worker pushing his manager. The two appeared to be in an altercation.

DISTURBANCE Calle Del Cerro, 1100 Block (4:48 a.m.) A caller told police his son recently assaulted his wife. The son was sleeping at the time of the call.


Sunday, October 5 

DISTURBANCE Camino De Los Mares (2:01 p.m.) An apparently homeless woman was propositioning male customers for money in front of Starbucks and Ralphs. She refused to leave the area when asked to do so.

DISTURBANCE—MUSIC OR PARTY Escalones, 200 Block (10:22 p.m.) A caller reported neighbors having a loud party and “screaming vulgarities” from their balcony.

CITIZEN ASSIST Avenida Pico/El Camino Real (9:33 p.m.) A female Domino’s Pizza employee told police someone was harassing her at work.

DISTURBANCE Avenida Palizada, 300 Block (8:38 p.m.) A man told police he was in a verbal argument with his ex-wife and she was refusing to leave.

DISTURBANCE Camino De Los Mares (7:54 p.m.) An apparently homeless woman was in front of a Starbucks harassing customers, swearing at them and ordering them to leave.

PATROL CHECK Calle Valle, 1300 Block (4:20 p.m.) A caller reported that a swarm of bees chased their granddaughter and requested police check the area.

DISTURBANCE Camino De Estrella, 500 Block (2:23 p.m.) A homeless woman outside of a USA gas station asked a customer if she had a gun.

CITIZEN ASSIST Avenida Mastil, 2400 Block (2:21 p.m.) A caller told police that her neighbor’s son threatened her for reporting his drug activity.

WELFARE CHECK Avenida Serra, 200 Block (2:01 p.m.) A caller asked police to check on a neighbor across the street who had not answered her phone for a week.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES Canada, 100 Block (1:26 p.m.) A woman told police there were two men in her garage who she didn’t know and she wanted them to leave.

WELFARE CHECK Avenida Pico, 500 Block (1:14 p.m.) A woman was passed out at the bottom of the stairs of the San Clemente post office. The caller was unsure whether the woman was breathing or not.

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