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SHERIFF’S BLOTTER

Compiled By Eric Heinz

All 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.

 

Tuesday, September 29

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES
Via California, 26400 Block (12:58 a.m.) A caller said a man entered her house while drunk and urinated on himself and her furniture. She and her husband found him after the dog started barking, and then he left.

Sunday, September 27

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES
Pacific Coast Highway/El Encanto Avenue (4:03 p.m.) A man was seen with his pants down running into traffic. He was last spotted sitting in front of a UPS location.

BURGLARY REPORT
Selva Road, 34000 Block (11:38 a.m.) A caller said several of his items were missing.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRUMSTANCES
Crown Valley Parkway/Pacific Coast Highway (11:03 a.m.) A caller reported a woman was using “bad language” on a cell phone.

ASSAULT REPORT
Street of the Golden Lantern, 33200 Block (9:37 a.m.) A man said he was attacked by a woman he had dated the night before.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES
Calle Juanita, 26800 Block (9:26 a.m.) A woman said she was walking her dog when she noticed a 60-year-old man was watching child pornography in a 2006 Chevrolet Tahoe. She said when she yelled at him he drove off.

WELFARE CHECK
Pacific Coast Highway/Dana Point Harbor Drive (8:51 a.m.) A woman was standing on the roof of a shuttered hotel building that is scheduled for demolition.

Saturday, September 26

UNKNOWN TROUBLE
Monarch Bay Drive, 0 Block (10:29 p.m.) A caller said a woman was chasing him with a butcher knife. He said he had been drinking but the woman had not. A 65-year-old woman was arrested in the incident and was released from Central Women’s Jail on Sept. 27.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
Pacific Coast Highway/Ritz-Carlton Drive (9:27 p.m.) At Salt Creek Beach, police searched the hill for a reported juvenile smoking an illegal drug.

PATROL CHECK
Pacific Coast Highway/Dana Point Harbor Drive (9:22 p.m.) California Highway Patrol transferred a male transient to the custody of Orange County Sheriff’s Deputies after he was found “flipping off” cars near the Carl’s Jr. restaurant.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES
Del Obispo Street, 34000 Block (8:23 p.m.) A caller said about 30 homeless people were camping in a park at the back of some tennis courts and it was making the caller “uncomfortable.”

PATROL CHECK
Matthew Drive, 32700 Block (7:45 p.m.) A caller reported people “ding-dong ditching” his house. When he went outside, he said he saw the suspects who he thought looked suspicious.

CITIZEN ASSIST
Calle Salida, 26700 Block (4:06 p.m.) A caller said an unknown white substance was found in an old vacuum cleaner.

DISTURBANCE
Christina Drive, 33000 Block (12:19 p.m.) A caller said a man and a woman were in a physical altercation when the woman was heard saying “don’t punch me again.”

INDECENT EXPOSURE
Pacific Coast Highway, 34200 Block (10:45 a.m.) A naked man was standing on a hill across the street from Stacks Pancake House.

Saturday, September 25

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES
Doheny Park Road/Victoria Boulevard (10:05 p.m.) Police searched behind a mobile home park for a woman in her late 30s or early 40s who was reportedly peeling bark off a eucalyptus tree for more than an hour and then spraying the tree with an unknown substance.

DISTURBANCE
Scenic Drive, 34500 Block (8:45 p.m.)
A caller said they heard loud noises and then a “single shot” and a lot of screaming at the location. No further details were available.

Thursday, September 24

DISTURBANCE
Del Prado, 24400 Block (4:36 p.m.) Police were called when 10 to 15 skateboarders, about 15 years old, were seen throwing things and tearing up the caller’s property.

DISTURBANCE
Pacific Coast Highway/Del Obispo Street (2:20 p.m.) Witnesses at McDonald’s said four people were throwing rocks at a person who had called the police.

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