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

Tuesday, November 3

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Camino De Los Mares, 600 Block (7:19 a.m.)

Police were called after a woman was seen pushing a four-wheel dolly with a dog house on it. The caller said she thought the woman may try to camp out at her business.

VANDALISM REPORT

Calle Del Cerro, 1000 Block (6:31 a.m.)

A caller reported graffiti that read, “You are dead.”

BURGLARY IN PROGRESS

Avenida San Diego, 100 Block (1:41 a.m.)

A 25-year-old man was arrested during a burglary. The man, whose occupation was listed as a cleaner, is being held on a $50,000 bond at the Intake Release Center.

Monday, November 2

BRANDISHING A WEAPON

Avenida Vista Montana, 200 Block (12:55 p.m.)

A woman said a man was holding a rifle while marching and saluting in the apartments above the field. The woman said she was not sure if his weapon was real.

DISTURBANCE

El Camino Real, 2200 Block (9:59 a.m.)

A caller said a “lunatic” was putting grass on the caller’s windshield. The caller got disconnected before more information could be provided.

Sunday, November 1

DISTURBANCE

El Camino Real, 2400 Block (10:07 p.m.)

A man said he was in a verbal dispute with a transient woman who he claimed stole items from his hotel room after he told her she could stay the night.

DISTURBANCE

Loma Lane, 100 Block (9:45 p.m.)

A caller could hear a woman on the balcony screaming and believed she had “mental issues.”

ROBBERY IN PROGRESS

Avenida Espada, 2100 Block (7 p.m.)

A caller said he was jumped by two men, one of whom was his friend. The subjects were last seen in a white pickup truck heading toward Avenida Vista Hermosa.

TERRORIST THREATS REPORT

El Camion Real, 1500 Block (5:07 p.m.)

A man told police an acquaintance of his called earlier and said he was going to kill him. The man said the subject is currently living in Anaheim and did not have a vehicle. Sheriff’s deputies told him to call back if the subject arrived at the business.

DISTURBANCE

Avenida Calafia, 200 Block (3:27 p.m.)

A man’s girlfriend’s son was reportedly banging on the door to pick up some property. The caller said the man is known to use heroin and meth.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Eminencia Del Norte, 3000 Block (1:30 p.m.)

Police were called regarding a man who was seen “looking mad” in the front yard and swinging a hatchet. The caller said the man was wearing a cowboy hat and a white muscle shirt.

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY

Camino De Los Mares, 600 Block (10:10 a.m.)

A man said he was bitten by a dog and was adamant about speaking to a deputy.

DISTURBANCE

Avenida Calafia, 200 Block (1:33 a.m.)

A man was seen throwing things around and slamming the doors of his car.

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-UNKNOWN INJURIES

South Ola Vista/Avenida Santa Barbara (1:01 a.m.)

A loud crash was heard by callers. A 22-year-old man was arrested after the traffic collision and released later that day. He is expected to make a final court appearance Nov. 30.

Saturday, October 31

DISTURBANCE

Diamante, 3700 Block (11:11 p.m.)

A 17-year-old man came to the caller’s residence after being beat up at a party.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Avenida Pico, 600 Block (3:02 p.m.)

A man told police another man walked into his business and said there is a possible bomb inside his vehicle. A 31-year-old man who said he works as a computer technician was arrested. As of Monday he was in custody at the Intake Release Center on a $20,000 bond.

CITIZEN ASSIST

Avenida Palizada, 300 Block (9:09 a.m.)

A caller said they paid money to a bicyclist who ran into the caller’s vehicle because he thought he had the green light. The caller said they now think it was a scam.

 ROBBERY IN PROGRESS

Camino De Los Mares, 600 Block (4:20 a.m.)

Police reported the business lost approximately $200.

  Friday, October 30

 SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Avenida Lucia, 100 Block (10:59 p.m.)

An “extremely suspicious and evasive” man asked deputies to check for a “certain someone” that his ex-girlfriend told him would harm him. The caller refused to provide his name or the name of the “certain someone” because he doesn’t want to get killed if he ever goes back to jail. Records showed the man has a history of using drugs. Although he denied being on drugs at the time of the call, police said he sounded like he was.

DISTURBANCE

Calle Del Cerro, 1000 Block (10:49 p.m.)

A woman called about having an argument with her neighbor. She said her neighbor’s iguana keeps coming onto her property and eating all of her plants.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

 Calle Esteban, 2800 Block (6:59 p.m.)

A caller said four 13-year-old children were running around and ringing the doorbells of homes in the neighborhood. The caller said one had a “big stick.”

Thursday, October 29

DISTURBANCE

Calle Negocio, 1000 Block (11:03 p.m.)

Police were called for juveniles breaking bottles and possibly smoking marijuana next to the church.

BURGLARY IN PROGRESS

Avenida Del Mar, 200 Block (4:46 p.m.)

Two men were seen trying to break into a vehicle. They left in a different car at the location and headed toward the ocean on Avenida Granada. One man was taken into custody and held on a $20,000 bond at the Central Mens Jail. He was expected to make his first appearance in court on Monday.

TERRORIST THREATS REPORT

Avenida Pico, 700 Block (11:56 a.m.)

A woman said another woman followed her home and used her vehicle to block her path, and then threatened bodily harm to her.

 Wednesday, October 28

 TRAFFIC HAZARD

Avenida Pico, 700 Block (2:57 p.m.)

Road rage was occurring due to school getting out and vehicles backing up to the freeway.

Tuesday, October 27

DISTURBANCE

Calle Toledo, 1300 Block (10:51 p.m.)

A caller said someone was talking “very loudly” on the phone in the middle of the street.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

La Rambla, 300 Block (2:31 a.m.)

Police were called when two men were seen leaving an older model BMW sedan on the street with the door open and then walking to the bluff top at the dead end with mattresses and blankets.

 

 

 

 

 

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