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Compiled by Victor Carno
Saturday, June 29
DRUNK IN PUBLIC
Pacific Coast Highway, 34200 Block (8:01 p.m.)
A drunken man in his 20s was on the ground in the McDonald’s drive-thru.
La Cresta Drive/Golden Lantern (6:52 p.m.)
A drunken man was sitting on a landscape wall at the caller’s home across the street from Shipwreck Park.
BURGLARY IN PROGRESS
Golden Lantern/Dana Point Harbor Drive (1:49 p.m.)
A woman was on her boat in the bedroom area when she heard a thump coming from the kitchen. When she went into the kitchen she saw her purse was open and her wallet was missing.
SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE
Monarch Bay Plaza, 0 Block (1:03 p.m.)
A man sitting in a black Ford F-150 behind Gelson’s supermarket, was seen driving recklessly around the parking lot and screaming at customers.
Cheltam Way, 33400 Block (11:55 a.m.)
A woman reported her adult daughter missing after not having seen her in over two weeks. The daughter was supposed to be staying with some friends in Los Angeles. Recently, the mother was told that her daughter may have left the state to meet someone she met online.
Pacific Coast Highway/Crown Valley Parkway (10:33 a.m.)
A family of ducks was seen walking in the middle of the street between Crown Valley Parkway and Niguel Road, blocking traffic. It was reported that the ducks nearly caused an accident.
Golden Lantern, 33900 Block (8:57 a.m.)
A mother found her 20-year-old son passed out on the deck of their house. She said she found a pipe lying on his chest.
Doheny Park Road, 34100 Block (8:54 a.m.)
Police dispatch received a call from a man saying, the President is wasting too much money and that $300 trillion is an emergency. The caller went on to say that he would wait by the pay phone until the CIA arrives.
Monarch Bay Plaza/Pacific Coast Highway (8:02 a.m.)
A man was seen yelling and screaming at a woman to “get off his corner.”
Friday, June 28
Camino Del Avion/Golden Lantern (6:19 p.m.)
A woman called deputies after witnessing a man wearing a golf shirt and khaki pants attempting to get into her car. While the woman was on the phone with police, she said that the man began to yell at her. The caller was unsure if the man was trying to steal her vehicle or had some other intention.
Calle Paloma, 34500 Block (4:44 p.m.)
A woman called police after she overheard her neighbors in the upstairs apartment talking about selling drugs. The caller was concerned that the neighbors may have overdosed because they left the water running and it was beginning to leak into her apartment unit. The caller was also worried that they were not taking care of their 10-year-old daughter.
DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY
Via California, 26300 Block (3:14 p.m.)
A man complained about loud country music coming from a nearby residence while he was trying to nap.
Crown Valley Parkway, 32400 Block (1:31 a.m.)
A welfare check was requested for a woman who was heard screaming hysterically, “My dog is dying.” The woman was begging for medics to come to her residence.
Thursday, June 27
BURGLARY IN PROGRESS
Calle Juanita, 27000 Block (7:46 p.m.)
A man’s neighbor came to his house asked him to call deputies because someone was breaking into the neighbor’s home. The neighbor said that he saw someone exit through his window. The caller phoned back a few minutes later saying his neighbor told him that everything was OK.
Del Obispo Street/Stonehill Drive (1:27 a.m.)
A man was seen pacing back and forth on Del Obispo and talking too loudly on his cell phone.