Compiled by Kevin Dahlgren
Tuesday, November 6
Pacific Coast Highway, 34700 Block (8:53 p.m.)
Security personnel at Sunset’s Bar called police after an intoxicated patron was attempting to drive home from the establishment. The man was described as 5 feet 10 inches tall, with blonde hair, wearing a gray shirt and swim trunks.
Sherwood Way, 24800 Block (6:29 p.m.)
A man called police after his 15-year-old son had come home very late for a few nights in a row and was not listening to his parents. The caller wanted a deputy to talk to the boy about obeying the rules of the house.
Granada Drive, 34000 Block (9:07 a.m.)
A patrol check was requested for the area when a Cox Cable truck was seen parked on a residential street for more than four days.
Monday, November 5
Robbery in Progress
Dana Point Harbor Drive, 25300 Block (10:21 p.m.)
Police were called after a couple in the Harbor were approached by a man with a gun. The man and woman told dispatch that they had left the area, but were followed by the unknown man who was driving a black Infinity. The subject later left the area. Police were able to locate the vehicle and arrested a 27-year-old male on suspicion of robbery. Bail was set at $50,000.
Cooper Lantern, 34100 Block (9:48 p.m.)
An employee of the Orange County Registrar of Voters called police after a polling center volunteer who did not attend training refused to return voting equipment he had been given. The caller said they had last spoken to the man at 7 p.m. and were unable to contact him at his residence. A short time later, police received a second call that the man had given the equipment to another volunteer. No deputies were needed to resolve the situation.
Pacific Coast Highway/Camino Capistrano (6:03 p.m.)
A three car accident was reported near Poche Beach in Capistrano Beach. One of the parties involved was complaining of back pain and had several abrasions as a result of the crash. Orange County Fire Authority was dispatched to the scene to attend to the injured.
Assault with a Deadly Weapon
Camino Capistrano, 34200 Block (11:57 a.m.)
A man called police to report that an unknown woman had pointed a .380 revolver at him after a minor traffic accident. The caller reported that their vehicles collided while attempting to park in the same parking spot.
Sunday, November 4
Dana Point Harbor Drive, 34500 Block (11:55 p.m.)
A group of seven men was seen near the Pilgrim tall ship shining flashlights at the boat slips in the Harbor. The caller said all the men were wearing hooded sweatshirt and it appeared that one was wearing a skeleton mask.
El Encanto Avenue, 34000 Block (9:28 p.m.)
A patrol check was requested when a caller heard a mother and son in a heated verbal argument. The mother reportedly threatened to “pull out his hair and cut off his genitalia.” The caller was unsure if the woman had any weapons on her.
Silver Lantern, 33900 Block (9:46 a.m.)
A man called police after waking up in the morning to find his car had smeared blood on the hood. After a patrol check of the area, police took a 29-year-old man into custody for questioning.
Saturday, November 3
Doheny Park Plaza/Pacific Coast Highway (8:55 p.m.)
A caller contacted police after seeing a man at a gas station struggling to get into his vehicle. The caller told dispatch that the man had been staggering around the gas station parking lot before attempting to enter his blue Volkswagen Jetta.
Park Lantern, 25100 Block (7:38 p.m.)
An employee of a local business called police after a female client told him she had been punched in the face by and unknown man. The woman also said that her undergarments had been taken from her.