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Sunday, March 10

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/ CIRCUMSTANCE

Pacific Coast Highway/Dana Point Harbor Drive (9:31 p.m.) A concerned citizen notified police of a woman in a wheelchair that possibly needed help. The informant stated the woman was last seen sitting in her wheelchair up against a wall.

DISTURBANCE

Dana Point Harbor Drive/Golden Lantern (7:29 p.m.) Two juveniles were seen speeding on the pedestrian path on motorized scooters, nearly hitting people.

DISTURBANCE

Dana Point Harbor Drive/Golden Lantern (5:01 p.m.) A man called police and stated he was being chased by people trying to beat him up. The man refused to give his name and hung-up. Police arrived and witnessed two men chasing each other down the street.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE

Dana Drive, 24700 Block (2:55 p.m.) An informant let police know of a man helping a 6-year-old girl find her mom. The informant stated the man was walking his dog when he noticed the little girl hiding and seemed to try and help her find her mother. The man and the young girl left in the man’s bronze Mitsubishi Gallant and they didn’t seem to know each other.

 

Saturday, March 9

WELFARE CHECK

Avenida las Palmas, 26900 Block (10:23 a.m.) A nurse at a dialysis center called police because a patient had missed his dialysis appointment. She stated he has dialysis three times a week and has never missed an appointment. The man’s roommate was contacted, but the roommate stated he had not seen him since the night prior and his car was gone. Police also tried reaching the man on his cellphone, but his phone was not in service.

DISTURBANCE

Doheny Park Road, 34200 Block (9:50 a.m.) An informant notified police of a man that threatened to kill him and was being outwardly aggressive toward him. The informant also stated the man had been drinking and this behavior had been going on for two days.

DISTURBANCE

Pacific Coast Highway, 34400 Block (3:00 a.m.) A Double Tree Inn staff member notified police of a man that was sleeping in the lobby, but was now running around the second and third floor barefoot.

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY

Mariner Drive, 23700 Block (1:40 a.m.) A man fighting with his girlfriend jumped off their balcony. The informant believed he might have done it on purpose, in order to freak out his girlfriend.

 

Friday, March 8

INVESTIGATE PERSON DOWN

Pacific Coast Highway/Doheny Park Plaza (12:01 p.m.) A man was laying in a parking stall covered in blankets in front of Jack’s Surfboard. There was also a female next to him, and both seemed incoherent.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/ CIRCUMSTANCE

Dana Point Harbor Drive/Golden Lantern (9:54 a.m.) A gardener with a leaf blower was seen urinating over the sidewalk in the park. The man was described as wearing a baseball cap, a white shirt and khaki pants.

INFORMATION REPORT

Pacific Coast Highway, 34100 Block (10:11 a.m.) A female called police and stated she had been sexually assaulted. The woman said she was an employee at a local surf shop and reported the male told her he was God. Police made contact with the male and it was reported that there was no sexual assault.

WELFARE CHECK

Danacedar, 32900 Block (8:03 a.m.) A concerned neighbor called police and stated his neighbor was ill and hadn’t been seen in 10 days. There was also a rental car parked in front of the neighbor’s house that had not been moved.

 

Thursday, March 7

FRAUD REPORT

Pacific Coast Highway, 34100 Block (11:41 p.m.) It was reported that a man paid for an order at Togo’s with fake money and then ran out. The man escaped in a late ‘90s black Jaguar with a female driver.

 

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