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Thursday, September 5


Doheny Park Road, 34000 Block (10:27 p.m.) A woman called deputies after a male transient went into her residence and stole all of her medication. She gave deputies the man’s name and described him as being in his 50s and standing 5 feet 9 inches tall. She claimed the man lives behind PetSmart.


Caribbean Way, 33200 Block (10:01 p.m.) A woman called deputies when her son, who is in his early-20s, returned after she kicked him out of the house. She said the young man was in his room, but she is afraid of him and would wait for deputies outside. Deputies later discovered the son had a history with drugs and had overdosed earlier this year.


Alcazar Drive, 33800 Block (9:54 p.m.) A witness reported seeing two drunken women involved in an altercation with a man. The caller said the women were driving in a white BMW and believed they might try to run the man over.


San Raphael, 0 Block (6:52 p.m.) A female guard working in a community off of Camino Del Avion was reported to deputies for shouting at residents.


Doheny Park Road, 34000 Block (4:25 p.m.) A man called deputies because he thought his landlord stole his wallet and used his credit cards. The caller also said his landlord was currently in jail because of a warrant.


Diana Drive, 33800 Block (1:15 p.m.) A black or dark blue SUV was parked in a resident’s driveway with the engine running and the windows rolled down. A caller told deputies that the engine had been running for 24 hours straight and it was unknown if there was anyone inside the vehicle.


Pacific Coast Highway, 34100 Block (12:46 p.m.) A woman called deputies from a Chevron gas station saying she just saw a man whom she claimed had beaten up her husband six days earlier at Hennessey’s Tavern. She described the man as in his late-teens, standing 6 feet tall and having blonde hair and a thin build.


La Plaza, 24600 Block (10:11 a.m.) A man entered Dana Vape & E-Cig, began arguing with the caller and tried to pick a fight. The man was described as 5 feet 5 inches tall and wearing a striped shirt and brown shorts.


Del Prado Avenue, 24400 Block (9:12 a.m.) A man was seen in a verbal confrontation with a skateboarder who appeared to be homeless. The two were last seen walking westbound on Street of the Amber Lantern and no weapons were reported. The man was later arrested by deputies, but then released.


Las Vegas Avenue, 25800 Block (8:43 a.m.) A man called deputies when, after purchasing a plot of land, he found a homeless man and woman living in a tent on his new property.


Mariana Drive, 33900 Block (7:39 a.m.) A woman called deputies after a verbal confrontation with her son because he refused to move his vehicle out of the driveway. The son’s vehicle was blocking his mother’s car, which was parked in the garage.


Seastar Court, 0 Block (5:00 a.m.) A neighbor contacted deputies after hearing a woman living in an apartment above his crying, screaming and making other noises. The caller was concerned the woman was in distress.


Alcazar Drive, 33800 Block (1:37 a.m.) A woman called deputies after an old friend showed up at her residence and refused to leave.


El Encanto Avenue, 34000 Block (12:11 a.m.) A man called deputies because he could hear a child yelling in a neighboring apartment unit. The man told deputies that the child had been yelling at his parents and banging on items for the last 30 minutes.

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