Compiled by Andrea Papagianis
FRIDAY, October 4
HIT AND RUN PARKED CAR REPORT
Spin Drift Court, 33500 Block (1:08 p.m.) The driver of a small black car with a white racing stripe reportedly hit a parked car on the Street of the Golden Lantern and Dana Point Harbor Drive, and left the scene. The car was last seen at Golden Lantern and Stonehill Drive.
Calle Real, 26800 Block (2:20 a.m.) A caller hung-up the phone when a dispatcher answered. The dispatcher called back and a male answered. He believed someone was in his residence and hung up. Numerous attempts were made to contact the man. Authorities were able to determine the call’s originating location.
Mariana Drive, 33800 Block (12:55 a.m.) A slender man in his 20s, standing about 6-feet-tall and wearing a dark hoodie and white shorts was reported roaming the neighborhood.
THURSDAY, October 3
DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY
Trinidad Drive/Santiago Drive (10:28 p.m. and 11:36 p.m.) Two calls came an hour apart about juveniles playing loud music in Sea Canyon Park after hours.
Cordova Drive, 24600 Block (9:47 p.m.) A woman reported seeing one of two men she believed assaulted her husband in August outside the Harbor House Cafe. The man was described as being in his late-teens or early-20s, of slender build and wearing a red baseball cap and white shirt.
Bayside Lane, 33700 Block (6:49 p.m.) Authorities were informed of violent threats made by a woman’s ex-boyfriend. The man was said to be traveling from Santa Ana with a friend.
HIT AND RUN PARKED CAR REPORT
Street of the Blue Lantern, 33500 Block (5:44 p.m.) A caller reported a hit-and-run accident. A driver apparently pulled out of a driveway, hit a parked car and drove away.
Pacific Coast Highway/El Camino Real (3:59 p.m.) Dispatch received notice of a physical altercation between a man and woman near a railroad crossing. The caller said the man was throwing objects at the woman.
Selva Road, 34000 Block (3:56 p.m.) A man was reportedly throwing objects at a plumbing truck. He was described as being in his 30s and wearing a white T-shirt and shorts. The subject was last seen running into a nearby apartment.
Vista Colina, 33500 Block (3:45 p.m.) Authorities were informed of a dispute between neighbors. The caller believed his neighbor was trying to provoke a fight.
NARCOTIC VIOLATION MISDEMEANOR
Street of the Golden Lantern, 33300 Block (1:29 p.m.) A subject was in possession of less than an ounce of an unspecified narcotic.
Pacific Coast Highway/Dana Point Harbor Drive (1:16 p.m.) Two men were reported beating up another male. No weapons were seen.
Oceanwood Drive, 25700 Block (11:21 a.m.) A man was reported passing out flyers on Scottys Cove Drive.
ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY
Vista D Oro, 24100 Block (10:11 a.m.) Medical assistance from the Orange County Fire Authority was requested for a woman who reportedly mixed alcohol and medication. Weapons were reported in the home, but the caller said they were all locked away.
Domingo Avenue/Sepulveda Avenue (9:21 a.m.) Deputies were requested to check on a man with a goatee wearing a brown hat, blue sweater and jeans.
ILLEGAL PARKED VEHICLE
Street of the Amber Lantern, 34000 Block (8:37 p.m.) A homeowner reported an illegally parked gray and black Mini Copper that was blocking his driveway.
Coral Reach Street/Eastwind Drive (8:15 a.m.) Dispatchers received a call about a man yelling near the bathrooms of Creekside Park. The man was described as being in his 60s with white hair and wearing a white shirt and beige pants.
Selva Road, 34000 Block (7:12 a.m.) A patrol check was requested to investigate a loud alarm reportedly ringing for more than three hours.
Pacific Coast Highway/Monarch Bay Drive (2:47 a.m.) Two men in a red Ford Explorer with no license plates claimed to be U.S. Border Patrol agents to gain access to a gated community. A security guard said the men showed a badge but did not have identification cards. The men left the area, but the guard requested contact with sheriff’s deputies.
Pacific Coast Highway, 34600 Block (1:41 a.m.) A male was reported riding a bike around the location’s parking structure and had entered a white BMW. The caller said the man asked for directions to the front desk. It was unknown if the vehicle belonged to the bike-riding man.
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