sheriff badge star logoAll 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.

Compiled by Andrea Swayne

 

Sunday, November 29

BURGLARY IN PROGRESS
El Encanto Avenue, 33900 Block (10:32 p.m.) A man was seen entering a house through a sliding door.

DISTURBANCE

La Plaza, 34100 Block (7:57 p.m.) Seven or eight drunken men were harassing customers at nearby restaurants.

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY
Alcazar Drive, 33800 Block (1:46 p.m.) Two women and a man were seen entering a red tagged house.

DISTURBANCE
Pacific Coast Highway, 34200 Block (12:44 p.m.) Multiple teens were brawling in the parking lot between McDonald’s and Del Taco.

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY
La Serena Drive, 34100 Block (10:33 a.m.) A caller complained about the sound of an electric guitar being played too loudly.

Saturday, November 28

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES
Street of the Amber Lantern/Santa Clara Avenue (6:47 p.m.) A man who appeared to be a transient was seen going through the Jack’s Restaurant parking lot letting air out of car tires. The man was described as being 35 years old and wearing a navy blue hoodie, black pants and carrying a gray backpack with a red sweatshirt tied to it.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES
Dana Point Harbor Drive/Pacific Coast Highway (6:37 p.m.) A woman called to report people camping at the bottom of the stairs at her condo complex.

DISTURBANCE
Holtz Hill Drive, 33600 Block (2:18 a.m.) Deputies were called when a large group of people was seen in fisticuffs in front of a residence.

ILLEGAL PARKED VEHICLE
Doheny Park Road, 34000 Block (12:06 a.m.) A patrol check was requested for a gray Chevy van and a black pickup truck parked illegally overnight in the Smart & Final parking lot.

Friday, November 27

RECKLESS DRIVING
Street of the Golden Lantern, 33300 Block (4:41 p.m.) Juveniles were seen in a black Subaru doing donuts on the field.

KEEP THE PEACE
Mariner Drive, 23700 Block (3:35 p.m.) A man said his neighbor was stomping on the floors “to make him mad.”

CITIZEN ASSIST
Granada Drive, 33900 Block (3:17 p.m.) A woman received a suspicious call from someone who said they were calling on behalf of the “Compton Crip Killers.”

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES
La Plaza, 34000 Block (10:21 a.m.) A caller phoned police from inside the restroom to report someone was blocking them from opening the door. The caller said it seemed as if someone was lying down against the door.

BURGLARY REPORT
Santa Clara Avenue, 24200 Block (8:35 a.m.) A man said his condo was broken into by “several men” while he was sleeping the previous night.

Thursday, November 26

DISTURBANCE
Del Obispo Street, 33600 Block (5:23 p.m.) A woman locked herself inside the Dana Capistrano Animal Clinic after being yelled at and chased by a drunken homeless man while she was outside walking some dogs.

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY
Selva Road, 34100 Block (12:41 p.m.) Orange County Fire Authority responded to a report of a possible drug overdose by a 25-year-old man near the Veterans Memorial at Strand Vista Park. The man was conscious and breathing.

CITIZEN ASSIST
Marina Vista Drive, 33000 Block (11:36 a.m.) A man was “offended that his 15-year-old son is calling him stupid.”

PETTY THEFT
Shoreline Drive/Coast Highway (10:10 a.m.) A man and woman asked to borrow the caller’s phone and then took off running with it.

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY
Calle de Tenis/Street of the Golden Lantern (8:17 a.m.) A man told police the tennis courts were closed but there were people trespassing to play with their dogs and it was “unacceptable” because he was “trying to sleep in on the holiday.”

Wednesday, November 25

DISTURBANCE
Street of the Park Lantern, 25100 Block (8:27 p.m.) A caller from the Laguna Cliffs Marriott reported homeless subjects who stole a hotel umbrella from the pool area and took it to their nearby encampment. The caller wanted help with getting the umbrella back.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES
Avenida Las Palmas, 27000 Block (7:26 p.m.) A man asked to speak to deputies because he believed someone had poisoned his dogs and left a note. The man’s dog was throwing up and someone had thrown food over his fence, he said.

VANDALISM IN PROGRESS
Colegio Drive/La Cresta Drive (5:07 p.m.) A patrol check was requested when three men who ripped a “no parking” sign out of the ground and were seen leaving in a dark colored compact sedan.

CITIZEN ASSIST
Crown Valley Parkway, 32800 Block (3:08 p.m.) A man called to ask deputies to check his residence because he believes the Mexican mafia is after him. He said he had been threatened in jail the day before because he said “something stupid.”

ILLEGAL PEDDLING
Street of the Golden Lantern, 32500 Block (2:49 p.m.) A patrol check was requested for a woman wearing a hijab, panhandling with a young boy near Yogurtland. The caller had seen the woman doing the same thing at another location and then getting into a Lexus 470 and driving away after receiving money.

BURGLARY IN PROGRESS
Beach Road, 35000 Block (12:07 p.m.) A caller was told that retired law enforcement was detaining a burglary suspect. No further information was available at the time of the call. A 45-year-old man who said he works in construction was arrested and is being held at Central Men’s Jail on $20,000 bail.

PROWLER
Malaga Drive, 33900 Block (3:21 a.m.) Two male subjects were heard outside the caller’s door, trying to open it. The caller, who was hiding in a locked bathroom, said the men went into the back yard after trying the door.

Tuesday, November 24

911 HANGUP-WIRELESS
Puerto Place, 34600 Block (8:19 p.m.) A woman was yelling into the phone, “Who are you? Stop following us. Get your foot off my mom, she’s old.” On call back, the same woman answered, said “stop calling” and then yelled even louder. Deputies tracked the call to the phone of a frequent caller known to have a mental illness.

DISTURBANCE
Del Obispo Street, 33800 Block (7:42 p.m.) A man was reportedly playing video games extremely loudly. The caller said the man would play for about 10 to 15 minutes, stop, and then start up again.

WARRANT ARREST
Domingo Avenue/Doheny Park Road (10:01 a.m.) A 58-year-old handyman was arrested on a warrant and is being held at Central Men’s Jail on $1,500 bail.

PEDESTRIAN CHECK
Domingo Avenue/Doheny Park Road (9:40 a.m.) A 49-year-old unemployed man was arrested and is being held without bail at Central Men’s Jail.

DISTURBANCE
Doheny Park Road, 34100 Block (9:02 a.m.) A man who was either drunk or on drugs was seen punching signs and urinating in public. A 48-year-old man who said he works in construction was arrested, taken to the Intake Release Center, cited and then released.

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