sheriffbadgeCompiled by Evan Da Silva

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

Tuesday, June 16

 BURGLARY IN PROGRESS

Avenida De La Estrella, 100 Block (3:20 a.m.)

A man reported an intruder in his office.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Avenida Pico, 700 Block (4:10 a.m.)

A man called police saying students were arriving and should not be on campus until 6 a.m. He said it was part of a student prank and 15 vehicles with students had arrived and the students were refusing to leave.

Monday, June 15

PETTY THEFT REPORT

Paseo Halcon/Paseo Aguila (11:39 p.m.)

A woman in a white Toyota Tercel told police she was tracing her iPhone 6 that was stolen in San Clemente.

MISSING JUVENILE

Calle Vicente, 600 Block (11:37 p.m.)

Police searched for a woman’s 14-year-old son who she said was intoxicated and wandering around the beach cities with his friends. He had been repeatedly drunk-dialing his mother.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Via Tulipan, 1500 Block (9:57 p.m.)

After urinating into some bushes, a man wearing a striped hoodie told the caller who reported him she was “going to die.”

DISTURBANCE

Paseo Flamenco, 3400 Block (8:58 p.m.)

Police received reports of a man inside a building yelling “I’m going to beat your head.” A woman was heard yelling in response, “Go ahead.”

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Calle Perlino, 900 Block (8:38 p.m.)

Police conducted a patrol check for a man who was possibly looking into houses and casing the area.

WELFARE CHECK

Avenida Pico/El Camino Real (8:10 p.m.)

A patrol check was conducted for a man in his 30s rolling around on the ground next to a carwash. The caller asked if he was okay, but the man did not respond.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Paseo De Cristobal, 300 Block (6:55 p.m.)

Police conducted a patrol check for approximately a dozen men loitering and dealing illegal drugs.

 SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Avenida Del Presidente, 3100 Block (1:39 p.m.)

A subject who ran from California State Park officials was possibly seen on a pedestrian bridge.

PETTY THEFT REPORT

Calle Bella Loma, 100 Block (11:18 a.m.)

Someone siphoned about 25 gallons of gas from a gas station.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Calle Perlino, 700 Block (8:10 a.m.)

Police conducted a patrol check for a man who was looking into houses.

BURGLARY IN PROGRESS

El Camino Real, 2400 Block (3:51 a.m.)

Money was taken from the cash drawer when the caller stepped away. The suspect was a man in his late 20s or early 30s with thick-rimmed reading glasses and a black baseball cap carrying a laptop computer. The man was working on his computer in the lobby and when the caller came back he had left with the money.

 Sunday, June 14

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Avenida Salvador, 900 Block (10:28 p.m.)

A 25-year-old woman went to a man’s house and told him she was afraid to go back to the group home across the street. The man believed she was on medication.

KEEP THE PEACE

Via Viejo, 2100 Block (7:46 p.m.)

A woman told police her 17-year-old daughter was refusing to listen to her parents, and she wanted a deputy to come speak with her.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Camino De Los Mares/Camino El Molino (1:16 p.m.)

A man wearing a camouflage hat was yelling at passing cars.

KEEP THE PEACE

Calle Frontera, 2900 Block (4:20 a.m.)

Police were requested to make a theft report after a juvenile’s parents took a knife that belonged to him.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Calle Macho, 400 Block (3:12 a.m.)

Multiple juveniles were reported stealing signs and tampering with cars.

VANDALISM IN PROGRESS

Calle Frontera, 2000 Block (2:32 a.m.)

Multiple juveniles were throwing eggs at the lifeguard shack.

Saturday, June 13

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY

Avenida Victoria, 600 Block (11:39 p.m.)

Three subjects were seen putting something on the train tracks near the pier. The train nearly struck them as it passed by, the caller said.

CITIZEN ASSIST

Avenida Estacion, 1700 Block (2:04 p.m.)

The railroad arms were not going down before the trains passed by.

KEEP THE PEACE

Avenida Pico, 800 Block (9:41 p.m.)

An employee was not allowing the caller’s daughter to leave the business with the pie she paid for.

 

 

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