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Compiled by Andrea Papagianis

SUNDAY, October 20

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY

La Cresta Drive, 24600 Block (12:15 a.m.) An informant reported a loud homecoming party and believed the hosting parents were allowing underage attendees to drink.

SATURDAY, October 19

DISTURBANCE

Del Prado Avenue, 24600 Block (11:49 p.m.) A caller claimed a man in his 30s and wearing a white T-shirt had assaulted him at a bar.

PETTY THEFT REPORT

Pacific Coast Highway/Ritz-Carlton Drive (6:51 p.m.) Two young men reported their backpacks being stolen from a bus stop.

DISTURBANCE

Doheny Park Road, 34200 Block (6:20 p.m.) A female customer was taking a shower in the restroom and refused to leave. The caller said the woman became aggressive.

DISTURBANCE

Street of the Golden Lantern, 34400 Block (1:52 p.m.) Three males subjects, described as “redneck hillbillies” by the caller, reportedly started yelling in The Brig Restaurant and shoved two customers. They were last seen heading toward the OC Dana Point Harbor’s commercial boat docks in an older, light blue Jaguar.

RECKLESS DRIVING

Camino Capistrano/Camino de Estrella (1:46 p.m.) A road raged driver of a raised, white Ford F-150 was called in for recklessly tailgating, making unsafe lane changes and speeding. The driver was described as being in his 40s with a blonde hair and a buzz cut.

MEDICAL AID

Pacific Coast Highway/Street of the Blue Lantern (11:26 a.m.) The Orange County Fire Authority responded to a downed bicyclist. A witness said the biker fell headfirst onto the pavement and was lying unconscious in the street.

PETTY THEFT REPORT

Valley View Court, 33400 Block (10:49 a.m.) The caller reported a missing backpack with prescription medications and a debit card inside.

DISTURBANCE

Pacific Coast Highway, 34100 Block (9:41 a.m.) An informant called authorities after a woman repeatedly entered the caller’s place of work and demanded she return an ex-boyfriend’s wallet.

ILLEGAL PARKED VEHICLE

Street of the Violet Lantern, 24000 Block (9:16 a.m.) A red Ford pickup was parked in a red zone and blocking the caller’s driveway.

SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE

Del Prado Avenue, 24000 Block (9:06 a.m.) Two small dogs were left inside a car for more than an hour. The caller reported the vehicle’s windows were cracked but noted it was warm outside.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES        

Calle Naranja, 34500 Block (12:35 a.m.) Three or four subjects were reported running around a vacant residence with flash lights.

FRIDAY, October 18

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE

Danapine, 32900 Block (7:52 p.m.) Sheriff’s deputies were asked to look for an older gold Pontiac Sunbird that a man had been parked in for more than an hour.

PATROL CHECK

El Encanto Avenue, 33800 Block (7:41 p.m.) Water was reported bubbling up from under the street.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Calle la Primavera, 33900 Block (7:15 p.m.) A caller was concerned children attending a church dance would mess with a motorcycle parked nearby and get hurt.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE

Calle la Primavera, 34000 Block (5:42 p.m.) Authorities were alerted of a man sitting in a gray van who appeared to be taking pictures of children playing in the park with a cellphone. The caller said the vehicle had no license plates.

RECKLESS DRIVING

Pacific Coast Highway/Camino Capistrano (3:22 p.m.) The driver of a blue Porsche was reportedly speeding and passing illegally. The vehicle was last seen heading northbound on PCH.

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY

Buccaneer Street, 32900 Block (3:07 p.m.) Deputies were asked to perform a patrol check for a subject loudly playing a guitar at a halfway house.

DISTURBANCE                                 

Pacific Coast Highway/Granada Drive (11:06 a.m.) Three males returned to Starbucks after being asked to leave the premises and not come back.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Granada Drive, 33800 Block (10:31 a.m.) Authorities were alerted of a possible stalking incident involving exes. The caller said her ex-boyfriend had made threats in the past.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Doheny Park Road, 34000 Block (9:49 a.m.) The owner of a beige Toyota discovered a syringe under his vehicle.

UNKNOWN TROUBLE     

Sherwood Way, 24800 Block (9:22 p.m.) An informant contacted authorities because a male neighbor was screaming like he was being hurt.

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