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Compiled by Andrea Swayne

Tuesday, November 25

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
Victoria Blvd./Sepulveda Avenue (6:50 p.m.) A patrol check was requested for two motorhomes—one green and white and the other blue and white—parked on Victoria Blvd. The vehicles had only been there for the day but have been spotted all over the city. The caller “pays taxes and doesn’t want these creepy vehicles around”

DISTURBANCE
Harbor View Drive, 24500 Block (6:48 p.m.) A man called police when his girlfriend locked him out of the house.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
Breezy Place, 33400 Block (4:37 p.m.) A caller reported seeing a neighbor “taking potting soil into poopy bags” and throwing it into the community trash bins. The subject was described as a woman with her hair in a “bunny thing” and wearing a blue flannel shirt over a white shirt and light blue pants.

DISTURBANCE
Street of the Silver Lantern, 34000 Block (3:07 p.m.) A loud carpet cleaning machine had been creating a disturbance for the past two days, non-stop.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
Pacific Coast Highway/Ritz-Carlton Drive (2:34 p.m.) A man described as older, in his 60s, with a slender build and white/gray hair was seen taking pictures of girls at Salt Creek Beach.

Monday, November 24

DISTURBANCE
San Juan Avenue, 24600 Block (1:46 p.m.) Two transients threatened to break into the caller’s vehicle because they thought the caller had their property.

CITIZEN ASSIST
Del Obispo Street/Stonehill Drive (1:20 p.m.) A man said a woman driving a white car in the Albertson’s parking lot hit a shopping cart that then hit his van, causing damage. The woman drove away.

UNKNOWN TROUBLE
Danateak, 32900 Block (9:02 a.m.) A man reported seeing someone on his roof, trying to break in through a skylight.

PETTY THEFT
Camino Capistrano, 34200 Block (12:26 a.m.) An approximately 19-year-old man with black hair, wearing black pants, a white shirt and black tie made a “beer run” at Circle K. He got away with a 12-pack of Pabst.

Sunday, November 23

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
Dana Point Harbor Drive, 24200 Block (11:15 p.m.) Six subjects wearing all dark clothing and carrying flashlights were seen looking into vehicles at the Ocean Institute parking lot and rummaging in the back of a pickup truck. Some of the subjects were on bicycles.

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY
Dana Strand Road, 34300 Block (11:06 p.m.) A group of about 15 subjects were “blasting” music and filming skateboard activities in the Strand Vista Park parking lot.

VANDALISM REPORT
Caspian Sea Drive, 32600 Block (8:53 p.m.) A tree in a man’s back yard was cut down while he was away on vacation.

CITIZEN ASSIST
Street of the Golden Lantern/Santa Clara Avenue (7:01 p.m.) A bartender reported ongoing issues with a man trespassing and “slandering the caller’s name.”

DISTURBANCE
Doheny Park Road, 34000 Block (3:55 p.m.) An employee at a dollar store reported a disturbance caused by a man who was “eating the merchandise” and “thinks he lives on another planet.” The man, who was described as being in his 50s and wearing a gray shirt with yellow stripes and gray pants, mentioned something to the employee about sniffing glue.

PETTY THEFT REPORT
Monarch Bay Plaza, 0 Block (3:25 p.m.) Two “gypsy” women in long black skirts and two juveniles, one with a Mohawk hairdo, made their getaway in a dark blue minivan. The value of the loss reported was $300.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE
Dana Point Harbor Drive, 24200 Block (3:02 p.m.) An RV was emitting an odor that “smells like crack.” The caller also reported recent excessive loitering by transients in the area.

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY
Pacific Coast Highway/Ritz-Carlton Drive (9:48 a.m.) Deputies received a call reporting a suspicious “puffed up” 2-liter bottle in the Salt Creek Beach parking lot.

Saturday, November 22

DISTURBANCE
Pacific Coast Highway, 34000 Block (3:24 p.m.) Skateboarders were using the stair rail to do tricks. The caller was afraid they would “kill themselves.”

 

 

 

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