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Tuesday, May 24

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE Camino Capistrano/Camino Mira Costa (12:50 a.m.) A man was walking around the neighborhood for a few hours. He was last seen heading toward Camino Capistrano.

DISTURBANCE Christina Drive, 33200 Block (12:21 a.m.)A woman at Ocean Hills Recovery was on cocaine and being combative.

Monday, May 23

TRESPASSING Pacific Coast Highway, 34000 Block (9:45 p.m.) A caller reported a group of possible transients for loitering and sleeping on the second level of a unit. The caller said they might also be on the stairs.

DISTURBANCE Stonehill Drive/Del Obispo Street (8:42 p.m.) A man possibly on drugs was yelling in front of the Circle K and threw a dog into a 1970s maroon Chevrolet van.

DISTURBANCE La Paz Avenue/Malaga Drive (6:34 p.m.)A group of juveniles were skateboarding in the intersection.

FOUND PROPERTY Street of the Blue Lantern, 336000 (4:13 p.m.) A caller reported they found a wallet and contacted the owner but wanted to speak with a deputy since they knew the wallet was stolen.

DEFRAUDING AN INNKEEPER Doheny Park Road, 33900 Block (3:07 p.m.) A customer at AAMCO Transmissions was with a technician on a test drive and pulled over telling the technician to get out. The customer then drove off without paying.

DISTURBANCE Sandcastle Court, 33500 Block (2:39 p.m.) A caller reported their neighbor was harassing them because construction workers at their house were making too much noise.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE Doheny Park Road, 34200 Block (1:19 p.m.)Four men and a woman were drinking behind a building. The caller stated one of the men looked like Charles Manson and thought the female said he was wanted.

INDECENT EXPOSURE Doheny Park Road, 34200 Block (11:07 a.m.)A man in his late 20s urinated on the property of Second Hand Treasures.

Saturday, June 21

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE Del Obispo Street/Stonehill Drive (7:20 p.m.)An apparently homeless man was urinating and upsetting customers outside of Albertsons.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE Doheny Park Road, 33900 Block (5:49 p.m.)The caller was sitting at a bus stop and saw a man pull what looked like a long weapon out of his backpack. The man walked away down Doheny Park Road.

ARSON Evans Pointe, 25400 Block (9:23 a.m.)The caller went outside of their home and found a vehicle with the window smashed and fire damage to the rear passenger seats.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE Via California, 26300 Block (2:12 p.m.) A subject reportedly tried to steal a large rock from a person’s yard.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE Del Obispo Street, 33800 Block (2:08 p.m.) A caller witnessed a group of subjects bury something in the ground near a dumpster then another group of subjects dig the items up. This had occurred several times in the past few months and the caller thought it could be drugs.

Friday, June 20

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE Valencia Place, 33800 Block (11:13 p.m.) A subject was seen pulling into the driveway of a vacant house.

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY Street of the Golden Lantern/Dana WDS (10:06 p.m.) Underage kids were drinking alcohol and breaking things in the pool area.

PROWLER Reina, 0 Block (10:29 p.m.) A caller reported that someone was walking around a vacant house.

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY Street of the Silver Lantern, 33800 Block (9:54 p.m.) The caller said tenants living above her partied every night and threw beer bottles onto her lawn.

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