All information below is obtained from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department website. The calls represent what was told to the deputy in the field by the radio dispatcher. The true nature of an incident often differs from what is initially reported. No assumption of criminal guilt or affiliation should be drawn from the content of the information provided. An arrest doesn’t represent guilt. The items below are just a sampling of the entries listed on the OCSD website.
Compiled by Kristina Pritchett
Sunday, July 10
DISTURBANCE Pacific Coast Highway/Ritz-Carlton Drive (9:08 p.m.) Police were called for three teens that allegedly smashed their skateboards into the back of the trolley before taking off.
RECKLESS DRIVING La Cresta Drive, 24200 Block (6:08 p.m.) A caller told police a male driver was doing burnouts in a white Scion.
DRUNK IN PUBLIC Selva Road/Pacific Coast Highway (2:24 p.m.) Police were called for three men drinking alcohol and filming themselves smashing beer cans.
TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-NON INJURY Pacific Coast Highway/Street of the Ruby Lantern (12:49 p.m.) A black Mercedes and a black Toyota Tundra were involved in an accident.
DISTURBANCE Del Obispo Street, 33600 Block (11:28 a.m.) A caller told police about a person throwing rocks at the storage area behind the location.
TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-UNKNOWN INJURIES Street of the Amber Lantern/Pacific Coast Highway (9:20 a.m.) A white vehicle, a black vehicle and a gray vehicle were all involved in an accident.
RECKLESS DRIVING Pacific Coast Highway/Street of the Blue Lantern (8:51 a.m.) Police were called for a driver of a silver Honda Element who was seen driving erratically and flipping their hand out the window.
PETTY THEFT Big Sur Street, 33300 Block (7:10 a.m.) A caller told police their bike was stolen from the garage.
Saturday, July 9
PETTY THEFT Pacific Coast Highway, 34000 Block (18:18 p.m.) A woman told police two computers were taken from her vehicle.
HIT AND RUN PARKED CAR Via California/Camino Capistrano (10:02 p.m.) Police were called about a white Ford that was hit by another vehicle.
RECKLESS DRIVING Selva Road/Pacific Coast Highway (8:37 p.m.) A caller told police vehicles were racing in the area.
DISTURBANCE Del Obispo Street, 33800 Block (6:14 p.m.) An arrest was made after police were called for a man who was throwing items off the balcony.
SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE Dana Point Harbor Drive/Puerto Place (6:01 p.m.) Police were called about a person trying to open vehicle doors and truck beds.
BURGLARY El Contento Drive, 34000 Block (2:48 p.m.) A caller told police her purse was stolen from inside her residence.
TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-NON INJURY Street of the Golden Lantern/La Plaza (12:14 p.m.) A panel truck and a black Volkswagen were involved in an accident.
TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-UNKNOWN INJURIES Stonehill Drive/Del Obispo Street (11:57 a.m.) A caller told police a red truck and a silver car were involved in an accident.
DISTURBANCE Stonehill Drive, 25700 Block (10:46 a.m.) Police were told that a man at the playground was “being aggressive with other parents.”
Friday, July 8
DISTURBANCE La Cresta Drive, 24200 Block (5:25 p.m.) Police were called for four boys who were skateboarding in the kindergarten play area.
DISTURBANCE Street of the Golden Lantern, 32500 Block (3:04 p.m.) A woman called police and said a shopper was yelling in their face and acted like they were going to hit her.
RECKLESS DRIVING Old Golden Lantern, 34400 Block (12:35 p.m.) Police were called for numerous vehicles speeding near Lantern Bay Estates and the park.
Thursday, July 7
DISTURBANCE Cordova Drive, 24600 Block (10:46 p.m.) A caller told police a man had his TV blasting through an open door and was screaming profanities at his children.
DRUNK DRIVING Pacific Coast Highway/Beach Road (9:38 p.m.) Police were called about a driver in a silver Toyota who was swerving in the road.
SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE Street of the Golden Lantern, 33300 Block (9:23 p.m.) Police were called about someone who was throwing fruit at passing cars by the school baseball field.
DISTURBANCE Camino Capistrano, 35100 Block (8:18 p.m.) A caller told police a woman was throwing things into an F-150 that was blocking their driveway.
HIT AND RUN Crown Valley Parkway/Camino Del Avion (7:03 p.m.) Police were called about their vehicle being hit. They said the driver sped off.
DRUNK DRIVING Pacific Coast Highway/Street of the Golden Lantern (5:03 p.m.) Police were called for a driver in a black Saturn who was swerving and almost hit pedestrians.
VANDALISM IN PROGRESS Street of the Violet Lantern/Del Prado (3:45 p.m.) A caller told police two juveniles wrote names in the wet concrete.
SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE Via Catalina, 34500 Block (2:47 p.m.) Police were called about two people stealing out of mailboxes.
DISTURBANCE Pacific Coast Highway, 34300 Block (6:57 a.m.) An arrest was made after an employee told police a woman was standing outside the door yelling and refused to leave.
Wednesday, July 6
SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE Josiah Drive/Street of the Golden Lantern (5:39 p.m.) Police were called about three dogs inside of a camper which were barking and howling.
Tuesday, July 5
DISTURBANCE Del Obispo Street, 33800 Block (9:10 p.m.) An arrest was made after police received a call about a man and woman who got into an argument. The caller said the woman was screaming and crying.
DISTURBANCE Camino De Estrella, 26800 Block (7:29 p.m.) A man told police his neighbor punched him in the face and ripped his shirt.
ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY Pacific Coast Highway/Street of the Blue Lantern (7:09 p.m.) Police were called about a dog inside of a gray Toyota. The caller said there were no windows rolled down.
DISTURBANCE Pacific Coast Highway, 34800 Block (2:13 p.m.) A caller told police that a man was being disruptive and yelling at them while they work at the desk.
HIT AND RUN PARKED CAR Camino Capistrano, 34500 Block(1:48 p.m.) A caller told police their car was parked outside of their house when they noticed it was hit.
TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-UNKNOWN INJURIES Doheny Park Road/Domingo Avenue (12:07 p.m.) A black vehicle and a gray vehicle were involved in an accident.