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Saturday, June 8


Golden Lantern, 34600 Block (5:58 p.m.) Two intoxicated men in their 20s were seen standing outside of the Wind & Sea Restaurant. One of the men was reportedly urinating in the parking lot.


Pointe Sutton/Golden Lantern (5:53 p.m.) A man at the Harbor Pointe apartments called deputies after three men in a grey sedan drove by him shouting obscenities and challenging him to a fight. The caller requested deputies arrive at the apartments before the sedan returned.


Del Obispo Street, 33600 Block (3:01 p.m.) A road rage incident occurred after a a truck and another sedan were driving recklessly next to each other. The two cars pulled into the Albertson’s parking lot and the drivers got into a physical confrontation.


Alta Vista Drive, 24400 Block (11:18 a.m.) A man sitting in his car was suspected of selling or buying drugs. He was seen grabbing items from underneath his seat and steering wheel.


Nottingham Way, 33400 Block (2:47 a.m.) A mother requested a welfare check on her 21-year-old daughter who had been texting her back and forth, but then suddenly stopped. The daughter had been texting her mother about a fight she was in with her boyfriend, who punched her in the back while she was asleep.


Friday, June 7


Golden Lantern/Camino Del Avion (9:17 p.m.) A call was made about an intoxicated woman in the Ralphs parking lot attempting to drive. The woman was seen walking around, stumbling and looking for her vehicle. She then tried to get into a green convertible Mini Cooper but was struggling to find keys inside of her purse.


Camino Capistrano, 34200 Block (7:40 p.m.) A 25-year-old man was seen jumping over a wall into a neighborhood from the Interstate 5 side of the wall. The man then asked how to get out of the complex and seemed to be in a hurry.


Pacific Coast Highway/Ritz-Carlton Drive (4:59 p.m.) A man wearing a brown track jacket and jeans was seen circling the beach several times before taking off with a boogie board, fins and a backpack. The caller did not know who owned the stolen items.


Del Prado Avenue, 24800 Block (2:56 p.m.) An employee of Stuft Pizza and Brewery called deputies because a woman had stolen $10,000 from a money bag in the office. The woman was later taken in to custody.


Granada Drive/Pacific Coast Highway (12:49 a.m.) A woman reported seeing smoke coming out of a house half way up the street, but when she knocked on their door a man was coughing and told her to go away. The woman said that the house looked like “Gumby’s head” and was a downstairs apartment unit. When dispatch asked the woman further questions, she hung up.


Thursday, June 6


Pacific Coast Highway, 34400 Block (8:24 p.m.) The Double Tree hotel’s front desk called police dispatch when a dunken man was refusing to leave and threatening employees. The man was described to be in his 40s, wearing a white T-shirt and swim trunks.


Doheny Park Plaza/Pacific Coast Highway (7:27 p.m.) A retired female staff sergeant, who is a disabled veteran, threatened to sue Dollar Tree for not letting her service dog into the store.


Dana Point Harbor Drive, 34500 Block (10:13 a.m.) A man in his 40s was attacked by two dogs near Baby Beach. The two dogs were fighting and the man was bit while trying to separate them. Medics were requested to treat the man’s bleeding wounds.

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