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Compiled by Andrea Papagianis
Tuesday, May 20
Ritz Cove Drive, 0 Block (12:55 a.m.) Authorities responded to a report of loud juveniles.
Monday, May 19
Camino del Avion/Niguel Road (8:47 p.m.) Miscellaneous construction materials and boards were causing a traffic hazard. Deputies responded and reported newspapers had blown into the roadway.
Crown Valley Parkway/Pacific Coast Highway (6:53 p.m.) A security guard in an unmarked car told officials four juveniles were skateboarding near the Chevron gas station.
Island Way/Dana Drive (6:09 p.m.) Deputies responded to a verbal altercation between two men at the Dana Point Harbor. The caller, who was involved in the argument, waited for authorities on a park bench. The other man left the scene in a silver Crown Victoria.
Street of the Blue Lantern, 33800 Block (5:28 p.m.) The caller returned home from out of town to find their tree had been cut down by a neighbor. The tree was reportedly exclusive to the caller’s property.
INVESTIGATE PERSON DOWN
Mariner Drive, 23700 Block (4:31 p.m.) Orange County Fire Authority officials responded to a man who was passed out in a communal laundry room. Before sheriff’s officials handed over the call, the man was reportedly conscious and breathing.
Calle Portola/Calle Juanita (2:25 p.m.) A green and white motorhome with expired tags was parked in a posted no parking zone for more than 72 hours. Authorities contacted a towing company.
La Plaza, 24600 Block (11:01 a.m.) A maintenance worker found a bag with a laptop and a substance believed to be heroin inside.
Pacific Coast Highway, 34200 Block (10:56 a.m.) Two men and one woman, who appeared to be homeless, were hanging out in front of Del Taco. The caller said “they are always causing problems.” The group left voluntarily as deputies arrived. Authorities informed the manager no violation of law was given during the call and that officials needed more information to “effectively” deal with the issues.
MUNICIPAL CODE VIOLATIONS
Via Canon/Via Fortuna (9:23 a.m.) A patrol check was requested for two pit bulls roaming the caller’s neighborhood. Animal control did not respond.
Sunday, May 18
Pacific Coast Highway, 34200 Block (10:35 p.m.) A man, believed to be homeless, was reportedly sleeping in the Del Taco restaurant. The man refused to leave and demanded authorities respond to order restaurant staff to let him use the restroom. He left before authorities arrived.
ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY
Tiburon, 24000 Block (7:50 p.m.) Officials received word that a 1-year-old baby had a seizure and was not breathing. Orange County Fire Authority personnel responded. The dispatcher stayed on the line with the caller. The baby reportedly took a breath and the dispatcher could hear the baby crying.
Calle La Primavera/Mazo Drive, (6:43 p.m.) A man wearing a straw hat was going around to nearby cars with his keys in hand. The caller wasn’t sure if the man had lost his car or if he was trying to take one.
ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY
Manzanita Drive/Calle La Primavera (3:52 p.m.) Animal control was advised of a dog locked inside a black Toyota 4Runner near Sea View Park.
Dana Strand Road, 34300 Block (3:24 p.m.) A man wearing a red and white striped shirt was walking around Strand Beach Park and videotaping females on the nearby beach.
Saturday, May 17
Pacific Coast Highway, 34100 Block (11:24 p.m.) Drive-thru attendants reported a man passed out in his vehicle in the Taco Bell driveway.
Dana Point Harbor Drive, 24200 Block (10:45 p.m.) A limo-bus driver accidentally locked himself inside the bus’ storage area. He could not say where he was parked other than it was somewhere on Dana Point Harbor Drive near an RV. The driver was locked inside a black bus with no writing on it.