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Compiled by Catherine Manso

Sunday, June 8

DISTURBANCE

Street of the Golden Lantern, 34600 Block (10:43 p.m.) A bartender at Turk’s Restaurant called officials about a group of drunken customers, who took off their shirts and yelled at one another.

CITIZEN ASSIST

Street of the Amber Lantern, 34000 Block (9:30 p.m.) A man told officials that a man had knocked on his front door and asked for work. The visitor was dressed in tan pants and a white long-sleeve shirt.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

Street of the Amber Lantern, 34000 Block (8:33 p.m.) The driver of a parked silver four-door vehicle received three guests within an hour. The caller said it appeared the man was dealing with the visitors out of a rear-car door.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

Big Sur Street, 33600 Block (5:23 p.m.) A passerby found lock-picking tools hidden at Sea View Park. When the tools were reported to authorities, the locater said another person was looking for them.

DISTURBANCE

Street of the Golden Lantern/Del Prado Avenue (12:19 p.m.) A group of juveniles were skateboarding and doing jumps in a parking lot.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

Doheny Park Road, 34000 Block (11:37 a.m.) A pedestrian reported an individual lying on the ground behind Donut World. It was later discovered that the individual was sleeping.

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY

Pacific Coast Highway, 34100 Block (4:14 a.m.) Officials were notified of a possible alcohol poisoning after the caller reported having a “really strange headache.”

UNKNOWN TROUBLE

Cordova Drive, 24600 Block (3:32 a.m.) A caller informed authorities of three loud noises. When the caller went to investigate the sounds, he found a person lying on the floor.

DISTURBANCE

Domingo Avenue, 25900 Block (2:02 a.m.) A possibly drunken man with blond hair and green eyes was “screaming at the top of his lungs” and kicking at his friend’s front door.

Thursday, June 5

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

Doheny Park Road, 34100 Block (10:11 p.m.) The caller entered a location where people were smoking marijuana. Due to the strength of the smell, she left and called authorities.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

Street of the Blue Lantern, 34300 Block (9:16 p.m.) Two women were seen sitting in a gazebo on city property and smoking from a pipe.

DISTURBANCE-AUTO INVOLVED

Camino Mira Costa/Camino Capistrano (9:15 p.m.) Loud motorcycles were heard racing up and down the street.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

Pacific Coast Highway, 34100 Block (8:17 p.m.) A caller told deputies that a driver fell out of his seat when he opened the door. He was wearing a brown shirt and shorts and was in his 50s.

FOUND PROPERTY

Monarch Beach Resort, 0 Block (3:28 p.m.) Marijuana and drug paraphernalia were turned into the security office.

WELFARE CHECK

Pacific Coast Highway/Del Prado Avenue (2:56 p.m.) A woman in a wheelchair wearing “loud print clothing” stayed in the same spot for an hour. She was seen pushing her wheelchair with her feet.

DISTURBANCE

Niguel Road, 33800 Block (1:03 p.m.) A woman holding a pink Adidas gym bag and wearing a beige coat, blue Levis and sandals yelled and cursed at library staff when they asked her to leave.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

Big Sur Street, 33100 Block (2:34 a.m.) A man informed officials of a white, gold trimmed Nissan Pathfinder with passengers tipping over a trash cans and driving off.

Wednesday, June 4

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE

Street of the Park Lantern, 25100 Block (2:52 p.m.) A patrol check was requested for the park where apparently homeless people were seen setting up tents and starting fires.

CITIZEN ASSIST

Street Kitts, 0 Block (1:30 p.m.) A resident told officials that her neighbors putting “dates in her dryer exhaust hose.”

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