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Compiled by Quinn Conway

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
Avenida de la Estrella, 500 Block (7:50 a.m.) A man reported transients sleeping on his property. One was sleeping in front of his business.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 9

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

Eminencia Del Norte, 300 Block (3:20 p.m.) A caller reported discovering a pair of marijuana plants.

KEEP THE PEACE

Camino De Estrella, 500 Block (1:56 p.m.) A man said he was in the Kmart parking lot, waiting for a former employee who was returning merchandise he had taken. The former employee did not show up, and the caller filed a report.

MEDICAL AID
East Avenida Pico/Avenida Vista Hermosa (1:54 p.m.) A man was running through the middle of the street. The caller, the subject’s father, reported that his son was standing in front of his vehicle and refused to be taken to the hospital. Police found the subject running from the scene and transported him to a nearby hospital.

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY

Trafalgar Lane, 200 Block (11:06 a.m.) A patrol check was requested for a band playing in a garage.

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY
Vista Jardin, 1200 Block (8:28 a.m.)
A woman called to report she was experiencing chest pains and said she had two toddlers in her home who would need to be watched if she was taken to a hospital. The Orange County Fire Authority was dispatched to assist her.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE
El Camino Real, 2400 Block (4:16 p.m.)  A man told police he overheard two subjects in the parking lot of a Travelodge “talking about killing someone by the name of Avalon.” The caller then admitted to the dispatcher that he was intoxicated. He said the subjects looked familiar and then said that they had exited their vehicle and were walking toward his room. The man explained that a deputy had dropped him off at the motel earlier and said that he believed people had been stalking him with the intent of murdering him and making it appear to be a suicide. Deputies were dispatched to the motel and made contact with the man. The caller reported that the subjects were a man and a woman wearing masks in a gray Mercedes.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8

CITIZEN ASSIST
Calle Seville, 300 Block (6:31 p.m.) A man reported his brother for taking a family heirloom and would not return it. The brother was not present and the incident reportedly occurred several months ago.

DRUNK IN PUBLIC
North El Camino Real/Avenida Pico (6:34 p.m.)
Several transients appeared to be intoxicated. One of them was in a wheelchair which was obstructing traffic lanes.

DISTURBANCE

Calle Las Bolas, 1600 Block (5:41 p.m.) Two parties were arguing in an alley behind the location. They were continuing the argument as they made their way to the front.

CITIZEN ASSIST
Calle Juarez (1:16 p.m.) A man reported his nephew had broken into a safe.

DRUNK IN PUBLIC
Avenida Miramar, 100 Block (6:11 a.m.) A man in a parking lot was banging his head against a car door. The man then vomited in the carport.

DRUNK DRIVING
Camino De Estrella/Interstate 5 (2:43 a.m.) A man called to report a driver he suspected was drunk. He also believed the driver was following him. The subject was swerving through traffic in a white Mercedes with a broken headlight, and continued to follow the subject after he had made several U-turns. The subject followed the caller to Estrella before making a U-Turn at a dead end and heading onto northbound Interstate 5.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7

TRAFFIC HAZARD
Camino De Los Mares/Camino Del Rio (11:22 p.m.) A group of teenagers were standing on the corner throwing objects at passing cars. They were last seen near Vera Cruz. When police arrived, the teens dispersed and left the area.

DISTURBANCE
Buena Vista, 800 Block (11:02 p.m.) Two young men were walking down the street, harassing a third man and attempting to instigate a fight.

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