Compiled by Andrea Papagianis

Sunday, February 23

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

Street of the Golden Lantern/Pacific Coast Highway (3:06 a.m.) A Circle K employee notified authorities of a man throwing a shopping cart against an outside wall.

Friday, February 21

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY

Niguel Road/Pacific Coast Highway (12:16 p.m.) Two callers complained an hour apart about loud drumming coming from a nearby protest.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

Caribbean Drive, 32500 Block (12:29 a.m.) Dispatch heard a caller set down her phone and walk away after reporting someone had taken her daughter-in-law away. No further details were given.

Thursday, February 20

ILLEGAL PARKED VEHICLE

Dana Point Harbor Drive/Island Way (2:14 p.m.) A recreational vehicle bearing a mural of President Obama or the White House was purportedly overstaying its welcome in a time-limited street-parking space. The caller said this had become daily occurrence.

WELFARE CHECK

Seven Seas Drive, 32400 Block (2:11 p.m.) Authorities were asked to check on a drunken woman who said she “can’t take it anymore.” The caller believed the woman needed to be hospitalized.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

La Plaza, 24600 Block (9:53 a.m.) A man left a suspicious black bag in a parking structure, according to the caller.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

Street of the Golden Lantern, 34500 Block (8:44 a.m.) A video camera-wielding man with a brown dog was harassing employees at The Coffee Importers, screaming at customers and videotaping passersby. The man was described as being in his 40s and wearing a brown shirt, blue jeans and flip flops.

Wednesday, February 19

TRAFFIC HAZARD

Stonehill Drive/Del Obispo Street (7:25 p.m.) Deputies patrolled Stonehill Drive for a large white trucked parked around a blind corner. What they found was a San Diego Gas & Electric crew working on traffic control lights. No action was taken.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

Ritz Pointe Drive, 0 Block (5:33 p.m.) Authorities made contact with a man who reportedly urinated on the caller’s property. No crime was reported, but the man was warned to stay away.

DISTURBANCE

Sepulveda Avenue/Domingo Avenue (4:48 p.m.) A woman involved in a physical altercation near San Felipe De Jesus Catholic was uncooperative with a sheriff’s investigation and refused to press charges against the woman with whom she fought. The other entangled subject was gone when deputies arrived.

DISTURBANCE

Pacific Coast Highway/Street of the Violet Lantern (1:09 p.m.) Six men wearing black pants and blue hooded sweatshirts reportedly attacked a 17-year-old boy with his own skateboard, the boy’s father said. Orange County Fire Authority personnel responded to treat the victim. He was transported to an area hospital. Deputies canvassed the area and questioned nearby business owners, but no witnesses were reported.

Tuesday, February 18

INDECENT EXPOSURE

Pacific Coast Highway/Palisades Drive (3:45 p.m.) Sheriff’s deputies were alerted to a man in a blue Honda who appeared to be masturbating while watching beach-going children.

WELFARE CHECK

Pacific Coast Highway/Dana Point Harbor Drive (3:24 p.m.) Pedestrians were reportedly walking southbound on Pacific Coast Highway in the northbound traffic lanes. A 40-year-old woman with long hair and wearing a T-shirt and jeans kept walking in front of cars, according to the caller.

TRAFFIC CONTROL

Pacific Coast Highway/Street of the Violet Lantern (2:31 p.m.) Traffic lights on Pacific Coast Highway near the Harbor House Café were malfunctioning. The signals were only showing yellow and red lights, but not green, the caller said. The city of Dana Point was advised of the problem.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE

Via California, 26300 Block (1:56 p.m.) Authorities performed a patrol check after a caller reported a suspicious white vehicle in her driveway. The caller claimed her home was previously owned by a drug dealer and believed the driver was attempting to make a deal.

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-UNKNOWN INJURIES

Pacific Coast Highway/Street of the Ruby Lantern (1:31 p.m.) Orange County Fire Authority officials responded to the scene of an accident where the driver of a white Toyota Highlander had hit a pedestrian. The man was up and walking when emergency crews arrived and was treated for minor scrapes.

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