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Compiled by Jim Shilander

 

Tuesday, February 10

 

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

El Encanto Avenue, 34100 Block (11:45 p.m.) A woman reported a man and a woman on her patio. She wanted officers to contact them through the garage. The woman had called earlier about a man claiming to be an officer who said her home was going to be raided.

 

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE

Stonehill Drive/Street of the Golden Lantern (10:15 p.m.) Four subjects in a small green sedan were parked in the pool area possibly smoking marijuana. The caller was concerned because of recent malicious mischief near some of the buildings.

 

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Pacific Coast Highway/Via Mentone (5:24 p.m.) A man pulled up fast in a truck, tires squealing. He jumped out of the vehicle and left it in a red zone and then ran northbound on Pacific Coast Highway.

 

Monday, February 9

 

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Calle Fortuna, 34700 Block (1:52 p.m.) A man came to the door of a home saying he used to live there. The caller said he was very jumpy and “acting weirdly.”

 

DISTURBANCE
Callita Drive, 3400 Block (10:27 a.m.) A woman was in an argument with her ex-boyfriend. The man was refusing to leave but lived at the home.

 

Sunday, February 8

 

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Crown Valley Parkway/Pacific Coast Highway (7:04 p.m.) The caller noticed a woman who appeared disoriented walking behind Gelson’s. The woman then sat on a bench behind the store. There was a bright yellow Volkswagen next to the store the woman may have been affiliated with.

 

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY

Calle Carmelita/Calle Juanita (11:03 a.m.) Two pit bulls were loose and were charging people. A third dog, a Labrador, was not being aggressive. The dogs belonged to people who lived in the area, but they were not home. The fence was low and the dogs had jumped over it.

 

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Ritz-Carlton Drive, 0 Block (1:47 a.m.) A woman, a possible transient, was in the hotel lobby claiming to have been robbed and sexually assaulted. The woman said she had spoken with deputies earlier in the day.

 

Saturday, February 7

 

WELFARE CHECK

Robles Drive, 33700 Block (9:38 p.m.) A woman called about her husband. She had just heard from him Friday after he disappeared two days earlier. The woman said she found her husband’s truck parked next to a liquor store. He was a recovering addict and she worried that he may have relapsed and was staying at a house near the liquor store. She requested deputies check on him.

 

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Dana Point Harbor, 24200 Block (10:58 a.m.) A man was walking near the Ocean Institute toward Baby Beach shouting he would kill Shamu.

 

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Doheny Park Road, 34200 Block (7:45 a.m.) A caller found a large fire safe in a dumpster area near the rear of the property. The safe appeared to have been forced open and documents were inside.

 

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Del Obispo Street, 33500 Block (2:46 a.m.) The caller said they saw seven or eight “ghost-like” figures who kept circling the store and then peeping through the windows. The caller said it may have been “a graveyard shift thing.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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