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Compiled by Steve Sohanaki

Monday, October 6

DRUNK IN PUBLIC
Old Golden Lantern/El Camino Real (9:25 p.m.) A woman in her 20s wearing a pink bra and shorts was seen screaming and cussing at passersby at Heritage Park.

DISTURBANCE
Pacific Coast Highway/Malaga Drive (5:02 p.m.) A patrol check was requested when kids on skateboards were reportedly damaging the new concrete the city just installed in the area.

TRAFFIC HAZARD
Dana Point Harbor Drive/Street of the Golden Lantern (3:57 p.m.) A tree trimming truck tipped over causing a traffic hazard.

Sunday, October 5

PROWLER
Street of the Silver Lantern, 33900 Block (11:50 p.m.) A woman reported seeing a 5-foot-6-inch-tall man wearing a white shirt and black pants, looking in her window. The woman’s boyfriend checked the backyard but the prowler was gone.

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY
Daniel Drive, 33000 Block (11:41 p.m.) A woman told deputies when she came home from having plastic surgery, her husband started beating her with a vodka bottle.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES
Camino Capistrano, 35500 Block (9:42 p.m.) A caller told police that a group of homeless people is taking up residence at a vacant house in his neighborhood. He also said his wife is scared to walk outside on the street because of it.

DISTURBANCE
Golden Lantern Street, 34400 Block (8:03 p.m.) Security personnel by the White Pelican Gallery at the Harbor informed police about a man who’s sleeping on a bench and refusing to leave.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE
La Paz Avenue/Alcazar Drive (7:44 p.m.) A caller reported being threatened by a “skinhead” in a white Jeep who was yelling at him while waving a handgun in the air.

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY
Victoria Boulevard/Doheny Park Road (6:26 p.m.) Assistance was requested for a man down in front of Donut World.

RECKLESS DRIVING
Mariana Drive/Alicia Drive (4:17 p.m.) A caller reported seeing a man speeding on the street in a sand rail with kids in the back.

CITIZEN ASSIST
Park Lantern Street (1:14 p.m.) A man was refusing to leave a table at the park even after another person told him they had reserved the tables for a wedding.

DISTURBANCE
Valencia Plaza, 33900 Block (11:56 a.m.) A woman told police a man who lives in her neighborhood threatened to kill her and her dogs. She said she doesn’t know if the man is still in the area.

TRESPASSING
Pacific Coast Highway, 34100 Block (3:02 a.m.) The night manager at Circle K told police that a possibly homeless man passed out inside the store and she was unable to wake him up.

Friday, October 3

DISTURBANCE
Camino Del Avion/Golden Street Lantern (2:36 p.m.) A man was in front of Ralphs being aggressive towards customers, asking them for money and following them to their cars. In one incident, he reached into a customer’s vehicle through the window.

WELFARE CHECK
Westborne Drive, 25400 Block (1:03 p.m.) A woman living in a sober living home was saying she knows “they” are coming to kill her and she’ll kill herself first.

DISTURBANCE
Guadalmina Drive, 0 Block (9:39 a.m.) A caller told police that her brother threatened to beat her up and then ran out the back door of the house.

FOUND PROPERTY
Del Obispo Street, 33600 Block (8:43 a.m.) A five-gallon bucket of marijuana was found behind Albertsons.

KEEP THE PEACE
Pacific Coast Highway, 32800 Block (5:13 a.m.) A homeless man sleeping in front of a Starbucks was refusing to leave. The man is known for being “intimidating and condescending” when he speaks to people.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE
Pacific Coast Highway, 34100 Block (3:41 a.m.) A caller informed police of two people having intercourse inside of a nearby grey vehicle. The caller couldn’t tell what they looked like and didn’t want to check it out.

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