Compiled by Kevin Dahlgren
Monday, December 10
Del Obispo Street, 34200 Block (12:44 a.m.)
A local business owner called police after two juveniles turned off water to his business. The caller told police that the boys, who had since left the premises, had previously been skateboarding in the parking lot.
Sunday, December 9
Keep the Peace
La Serena Drive, 34100 Block (7:14 p.m.)
A woman called police when her ex-boyfriend, who had previously offered to loan her money for rent, was refusing to give her the loan. The woman told police that she was also concerned for the safety of their six-month-old child who was at the residence with the man and his “druggie friends.”
El Encanto Avenue, 34000 Block (3:22 p.m.)
A teenage boy’s father called police after the boy told him that several men outside of an apartment complex attempted to sell the teen drugs. The caller told the desk that he knew there was drug use occurring in the laundry room of the apartment complex and demanded that deputies patrol check the area.
Traffic Accident-Unknown Injures
Pacific Coast Highway/Dana Point Harbor Drive (2:13 p.m.)
A gray Mercedes reportedly crashed into a black sports utility vehicle before driving away from the scene of the accident. A few minutes earlier, a car matching the description of the gray Mercedes was allegedly involved in another traffic collision. A witness told officers that a gray or silver colored Mercedes had hit her head-on at the intersection of Pacific Coast Highway and Del Obispo Street. The driver of the Mercedes then fled the scene, heading eastbound on Del Obispo Street.
Assist Outside Agency
Golden Lantern, 33200 Block (6:47 a.m.)
Animal Control was called to gather a group of aggressive dogs wandering around outside City Hall. A witness told police that several of the dogs had growled at her as she passed them on her morning walk.
Saturday, December 8
Camino Capistrano/I-5 Freeway (5:09 p.m.)
A call to the police reported a disabled vehicle with no hazard lights on parked on the freeway exit ramp at Camino Capistrano. The call was made because the driver of the disabled vehicle was reportedly attempting to flag down other drivers for help and the caller was concerned that the man might get hit by a passing car.
Municipal Code Violations
Dana Drive, 25000 Block (10:11 a.m.)
Several bicyclists were seen on the walking trail where signs prohibiting bicycles are posted. The caller told deputies that one of the cyclists had nearly run her over as he passed her.
Keep the Peace
Seastar Court, 0 Block (3:36 a.m.)
A taxi driver called police after the two men he was driving home left the cab and did not return to pay their fare. The driver told police that the front door to their residence was still open and it appeared the men had passed out inside the home. Officers were able to make contact with the men and the taxi driver was paid without incident.
Friday, December 7
Golden Lantern, 32500 Block (8:43 p.m.)
A group of intoxicated men was seen causing a disturbance outside of Starbucks. A witness told police that the men were arguing very loudly in the parking area between Starbucks and Burger King and refused to leave the area when asked to do so by an employee of the coffee shop.
Big Sur Street, 33100 Block (6:45 p.m.)
Police were called after a man walking down the street threatened to kill everyone in the neighborhood. The caller told police that the man was a magazine salesman who frequently went door-to-door in the area, but was now walking thought the neighborhood yelling threats at passersby. The caller did not want the man to be prosecuted, but simply wished for the man to leave the neighborhood. Deputies located the individual and advised him to leave the area.