Compiled by Kevin Dahlgren
Monday, October 29
Del Prado/Pacific Coast Highway (7:07 p.m.)
A young man was seen skateboarding outside of Ralphs after stuffing a black backpack into the mailbox near the store. The caller told dispatch the man was approximately 5 feet 10 inches tall, 170 pounds, wearing a black shirt and black pants and a backwards baseball cap.
Golden Lantern, 33200 Block (2:00 p.m.)
A woman wished to speak with a deputy after her 16-year-old son refused to listen to her during an argument. The woman thought the boy would be more cooperative if an officer was present.
Via Verde, 34400 Block (8:56 a.m.)
Police were called to report a black Jeep Wrangler that had been parked across the street from the caller’s location for more than a week. The caller told police that the vehicle had been cited for parking violations on October 25 and wanted the car to be towed.
Sunday, October 28
Drunk in Public
Via Verde/Via Sacramento (9:22 p.m.)
A local resident called police after finding a woman stumbling through a neighborhood near Palisades Elementary School. The woman was very confused and did not know where she was. The caller was able to calm the woman down and assist her in finding her home.
Tesoro Street, 33000 Block (1:06 p.m.)
A local ice cream truck driver called police after seeing another ice cream truck in his area. The caller told dispatch that the second truck was not licensed and therefore not permitted to sell ice cream. The unlicensed truck was described as a white step-side van with pictures of ice cream on the side.
Petty Theft Report
Water Ridge Court, 0 Block (11:12 a.m.)
A man called police after his cell phone was stolen from a Starbucks earlier in the day. The GPS locater in the phone led police back to the Starbucks store. Employees at the coffee shop reported finding the phone in the bathroom.
Saturday, October 27
Pacific Coast Highway (6:19 p.m.)
A dark-colored Volkswagen Passat was seen driving erratically on the freeway interchange between the I-5 freeway and Pacific Coast Highway. The car was last seen swerving into oncoming traffic while driving northbound on Pacific Coast Highway.
Via California, 26300 Block (10:50 a.m.)
A man called police after several juveniles hid their bicycles inside of his front gate. The young men were now sitting on the caller’s planter, throwing something at passing cars. The boys were all wearing jeans and dark colored shirts with yellow writing.
Assist Outside Agency
Pacific Coast Highway, 34200 Block (8:07 a.m.)
Orange County Fire Authority was called after smoke was seen coming from a business next to Stacks Pancake House.
Friday, October 26
Shackleton Isle, 33600 Block (7:01 p.m.)
Police received a phone call that was disconnected shortly after answering it. Upon call back of the number, a woman said her 13-year-old son had dialed 9-1-1 because he was upset that he was not being allowed to attend the football game that night.
Violet Lantern/La Cresta Drive (3:54 p.m.)
A patrol check was requested for the area after 15 to 20 juveniles were seen gathering in an alley behind a business. The caller told police he could hear a very loud argument and was worried they may be gathering to watch a physical fight.
Camino El Molino/Camino de los Mares (10:34 a.m.)
Police were called after a late 1980s model white van was seen parked outside of a condemned property. The caller told dispatch he believed several people may be living inside the residence. A patrol check of the area revealed the van belonged to a construction company that was hired to do repairs on the house.
Pacific Coast Highway, 34100 Block (3:34 a.m.)
Employees of Harbor House Café called police after a man was seen attempting to break the windows of a car parked on the street. The man was described as short build, wearing a black jacket and dark pants.