Compiled by Kevin Dahlgren
Tuesday, November 13
Assist Outside Agency
Mariner Drive, 23600 Block (9:07 p.m.)
Orange County Fire Authority was requested at the home of a man who called police after finding his wife hunched over on the couch and unresponsive. The man told the dispatcher that he believed she may have taken too much of her medication because the pill bottle was empty on the table. The woman was transported to a nearby hospital.
Via Catalina, 34500 Block (8:28 p.m.)
A man called police after seeing a silver Saturn sports utility vehicle parked in his driveway. The caller did not know who owned the car and wanted the vehicle towed off of his property. A deputy was requested on scene to explain procedures and file a report.
Selva Road/Golden Lantern (3:57 p.m.)
A patrol check was requested to locate a black Ford truck that was seen towing a skateboarder behind it. The caller told police that three juvenile males had been driving up and down the street for several hours and had last been seen driving on Selva Road toward Pacific Coast Highway.
Crown Valley Parkway/Pacific Coast Highway (11:16 a.m.)
Police were called after several motorists reported that road work being done on Crown Valley Parkway was causing traffic to back up in all directions. City officials were contacted and asked to halt work until the backup was relieved.
Monday, November 12
Trinidad Drive/Santiago Drive (5:34 p.m.)
Police were called after three juveniles were seen walking through a neighborhood smashing pumpkins. The caller told the dispatcher that two females and one male were taking pumpkins from the front yards of residences and throwing them into the street.
Valencia Place/Blue Lantern (12:30 p.m.)
A patrol check was requested for an empty parking lot where loud construction equipment was bothering residents in the area. Several minutes after the initial report, police received a second call reporting that the construction noise had stopped.
Municipal Code Violations
Calle Real, 26800 Block (9:19 a.m.)
A resident called police to complain about construction happening in his neighborhood. The man told police that it was a violation of municipal codes for construction to occur on a federal holiday. Officers were sent to speak with the caller and the construction company.
Assist Outside Agency
El Encanto Avenue, 34000 Block (6:05 a.m.)
A man called 9-1-1 saying his wife fell and hit her head two days prior, but was still bleeding and feeling symptoms of a concussion. The caller said his wife had been sleeping for almost two full days and he was worried she may need serious medical attention.
Sunday, November 11
Diana Drive, 33700 Block (10:47 p.m.)
A resident called police after hearing his neighbors talking too loudly on the balcony next to his apartment. The caller wanted deputies to have the men cited for noise violations, as it is an ongoing issue.
Drunk in Public
Golden Lantern/Pacific Coast Highway (2:59 p.m.)
A 40-year-old man was seen stumbling into traffic while walking southbound on Golden Lantern. The man was described as wearing a green hat, a dark T-shirt, blue jeans and sandals.
Summerwind, 24800 Block (12:53 p.m.)
A man called police after his roommate attempted to evict him from their apartment without proper notification. The caller told police his roommate was becoming increasingly agitated and he was worried he may turn violent.
Pacific Coast Highway, 34600 Block (12:42 p.m.)
A patrol check was requested to find a man walking along the railroad tracks. The caller told police that when the train approached, the man would stand on the tracks before jumping off the tracks at the last minute.
Pacific Coast Highway/Crystal Lantern (7:44 a.m.)
A man was seen walking near McDonald’s asking people for money. The caller told police the man was very agitated and may possibly be under the influence of alcohol or drugs