Compiled by Cathy Manso

Tuesday, January 28

DRUNK DRIVING

Calle Verano, 26800 Block (5:22 p.m.) A patrol check was requested for a “male subject who just got done smoking weed” and was reportedly leaving the area in a gray Toyota four-door.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

La Serena Drive, 34100 Block (9:56 a.m.) Deputies were notified of a man and woman who appeared to be living in a black pickup truck with an orange hood. The couple was reportedly tapping into electrical outlets belonging to the community and refusing to leave the area.

Monday, January 27

CITIZEN ASSIST

Dolores Circle, 26900 Block (9:29 p.m.) A caller contacted deputies about an individual who “dropped off a sweatshirt with drugs” that was intended for the caller’s stepson.

DISTURBANCE

Pacific Coast Highway, 34000 Block (8:38 p.m.) A beauty salon employee alerted officials of a man sitting down in front of a dumpster. The caller was concerned for the women on staff who were about to leave work. When police arrived, the employees and man were gone.

DISTURBANCE

Avenida Las Palmas, 26900 Block (3:09 p.m.) A caller reported the sound of a “loud radio” coming from a backyard nearby.

OPEN DOOR

Street of the Blue Lantern, 34100 Block (6:16 a.m.) A neighbor informed sheriff’s deputies about a house next door with the light on and the back door open all night. Deputies tried contacting the owner of the house.

DISTURBANCE

La Plaza, 34100 Block (12:09 a.m.) Dispatch received notice of a disturbance outside Hennessey’s Tavern. A man yelled at customers and although he was removed from the property, he was persistent in staying in the area.

Wednesday, January 22

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

Pacific Coast Highway, 34200 Block (1:29 p.m.) A man with long hair and wearing a gray sweater, was asked to leave the stairs in front of the Subway restaurant after he was seen “talking to himself and waving his arms.”

UNKNOWN TROUBLE

Via Sacramento, 26400 Block (1:20 p.m.) Medical crews responded to reports of a skateboarder who began screaming for help after falling off his skateboard. When officials arrived he “appeared to have suffered road rash.”

PROPERTY FOR DESTRUCTION

La Serena Drive, 34100 Block (12:49 p.m.) A woman was cleaning out her garage when she stumbled upon a gun.

ABANDONED VEHICLE

Staysail Drive, 32900 Block (8:16 a.m.) Deputies were contacted to investigate a black Nissan parked in the same spot for five days.

ILLEGALLY PARKED VEHICLE

Malaga Drive, 33800 Block (7:32 a.m.) Officials issued a warning notice to a gray, four-door sedan for “partially blocking” a driveway.

Tuesday, January 21

DISTURBANCE

Brookview, 100 Block (4:28 p.m.) A woman was screaming at her neighbors and slamming doors.

TRAFFIC STOP

La Cresta Drive/Street of the Violet Lantern (3:42 p.m.) Authorities pulled over a blonde woman driver and requested a vehicle search. The 19-year-old movie extra was arrested and booked at Musick facility for possession of drugs.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

Niguel Road, 33800 Block (11:46 a.m.) Dana Point Library employees contacted deputies after a man in his 50s was found under a table, allegedly taking inappropriate pictures of females.

DISTURBANCE

Pacific Coast Highway, 32800 Block (9:49 a.m.) Deputies contacted the Orange County Fire Authority for a reported alcohol poisoning. When authorities arrived they found a man, described as being in his 40s or 50s, sleeping in front of Starbucks.

FOUND BICYCLE

Pacific Coast Highway, 34800 Block (7:45 a.m.) At Capistrano Beach Park, two bikes were found by the basketball courts and bathrooms. The bikes were left at the park overnight.

Monday, January 20

DRUNK IN PUBLIC

Pacific Coast Highway, 34100 Block (6:33 p.m.) Officials were alerted to a man suspected to have alcohol poisoning. When authorities arrived they found a man, wearing a blue Hawaiian shirt, passed out in front of Hobie Surf Shop.

DISTURBANCE

Street of the Silver Lantern/La Cresta Drive (5:07 p.m.) A patrol check was requested for a group of juveniles on motorized vehicles. The caller said they were “going really fast throughout the neighborhood and they aren’t wearing helmets.”

DRUNK IN PUBLIC

Del Obispo Street/Pacific Coast Highway (2:38 p.m.) Officials were notified of a drunken man screaming from the pedestrian bridge. The intoxicated man was later found stumbling into traffic lanes.

DISTURBANCE

Pacific Coast Highway/Del Obispo Street (12:03 a.m.) A man wearing all black—gloves, sweater, pants and headphones—was standing outside the Del Taco drive thru, asking customers for money and cigarettes.

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