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Compiled by Jim Shilander
Wednesday, February 4
SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE
Pasto Road, 24300 Block (9:46 p.m.) There were an unknown number of occupants of a silver Mazda sedan that had been parked for about 30 minutes near a known drug house.
Morobe Circle, 23200 Block (9:14 p.m.) A caller reported hearing a loud ringing noise and asked if a deputy could come out and listen. After being asked by the dispatcher, the woman said her power was not out.
Calle Real, 26700 Block (7:52 p.m.) A caller reported that when a contractor arrived at their home in the morning, he discovered someone sleeping on the couch. The person then ran out of the home. It was not known if anything was stolen or damaged. Deputies were requested for a walk-through.
Street of the Golden Lantern, 33300 Block (6:46 p.m.) A caller said he had been told to call police if a subject was ever seen on campus. The subject was in the gym and described as being 6 foot 4 inches tall and approximately 250 pounds. The caller had a flyer with the subject’s photo.
Camino Capistrano, 34200 Block (4:46 p.m.) A caller said someone on the hillside was throwing rocks over the fence and possibly cutting trees.
Pointe Monarch Drive, 0 Block (10:39 a.m.) A caller’s nanny had reported a man in the backyard taking pictures.
Terra Vista, 0 Block (12:10 a.m.) A man said his ex-girlfriend was kicking the front door of his residence. The man called again to register the same complaint about three hours later.
Tuesday, February 3
Del Prado, 24500 Block (3:34 p.m.) A Cox Communications employee was trying to get into a cable room but a man had barricaded himself inside the room and told them to go away. It was possible the man was a transient but the caller could not be sure.
Dana Point Harbor Dr., 24200 Block (10:11 a.m.) A man was sitting on a bench yelling that he needed help. The man may have had mental health issues.
Moon Ring Court, 33600 Block (2:29 a.m.) A woman called saying she was home alone and heard someone knocking at her front door. She asked for a check of her residence.
Pacific Coast Highway, 34200 Block (1:53 a.m.) A subject was walking around the neighborhood knocking on doors and then began knocking on windows.
Monday, February 2
Seabrook Drive, 0 Block (4:17 p.m.) Seven to 12 kids were riding scooters in the streets. The caller said this was an ongoing issue and parents were refusing to do anything about it.
Dana Drive/Island Way (2:36 p.m.) A woman was yelling at passersby and feeding animals from a bucket near the R.H. Dana statue at the Harbor.
Street of the Golden Lantern, 34400 Block (2:17 p.m.) A large group of motorcyclists, around 11 people, was drinking at the lookout point to the right of the Chart House restaurant.
Via California, 26300 Block (11:22 a.m.) A caller asked that graffiti on the wall of his property be examined by a “gang expert.”
Sunday, February 1
Dana Bluff Way, 25900 Block (8:06 p.m.) A subject kept looking through a fence into the windows from a green belt area behind a home. This was the third night in a row that this had occurred. The subject was described as a male and a fast runner.
Orilla Road, 33800 Block (2:16 p.m.) A woman said someone had gotten into her car the previous night and left a pair of glasses inside.
Dana Point Harbor Drive/Street of the Golden Lantern (11:24 a.m.) A man wearing no shirt and jeans was digging plants out of the ground and walking in the street. The subject was last seen in the parking lot of Harpoon Henry’s.