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Monday, November 3

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-NON INJURY Del Obispo Street/Stonehill Drive (8:58 p.m.) A driver told police that he crashed into a curb after being cut off by a silver Honda Civic.

CITIZEN ASSIST Calle Fortuna, 34700 Block (4:01 p.m.) A woman told police someone she was suing was harassing her on social media.

DISTURBANCE Ritz-Carlton Drive, 0 Block (6:20 a.m.) A caller from Pain Du Monde Café complained to police about a homeless man who has repeatedly been panhandling on the property and refuses to leave.

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY Mariner Drive, 23700 Block (12:12 a.m.) There were three or four people near the pool by the leasing office drinking and being loud.

Sunday, November 2

KEEP THE PEACE Park Lantern Street, 25100 Block (9:12 p.m.) A concerned caller at Laguna Cliffs Marriot requested police assistance when a guest at the front desk attempted to leave without paying his $1,400 room bill.

DISTURBANCE Via Lopez, 34200 Block (9:04 p.m.) A caller told police her mom’s boyfriend was engaged in an argument with her 17-year-old brother.

DISTURBANCE Crown Valley Parkway, 32400 Block (7:46 p.m.) A man was “having dinner with two friends and not being loud,” and his neighbor started pounding on the door. The man told police he was refusing to answer his door because he had problems with this same neighbor in the past.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES Del Obispo Street, 33800 Block (7:07 p.m.) Four teenage boys wearing hoodies and “skater clothes” were being disrespectful to passersby.

DISTURBANCE Bridgeport Street, 0 Block (6:47 p.m.) A 14-year-old boy told police there were 15 other teenagers outside trying to pick a fight with him and friend.

DISTURBANCE Dana Point Harbor Drive/Golden Lantern Street (4:06 p.m.) Three or four men were seen drinking and urinating at the picnic area past the Laguna Crest Resort.

DISTURBANCE Atun, 24000 Block (3:11 p.m.) Authorities received a complaint from a caller about a huge party with very loud speakers disrupting the entire neighborhood.

DISTURBANCE Pacific Coast Highway/Crown Valley Parkway (3:04 p.m.) People were seen throwing cantaloupes at passing vehicles.

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY Bright Water Drive, 0 Block (1:53 p.m.) Police attempted to contact a woman who was threatening to kill her husband with an illegal gun.

DISTURBANCE Park Lantern Street/Dana Point Harbor Drive (10:19 a.m.) Two homeless men were seen physically fighting one another.

Friday, October 30

DISTURBANCE Via California/Via Lopez (10:43 p.m.) An Uber driver in a GMC SUV choked a passenger, got out of the vehicle and then ran off.

DISTURBANCE Camino Capistrano/Victoria Boulevard (7:36 p.m.) A caller reported seeing a father abuse his child in his car before the child ran off and hid behind Smart & Final.

DISTURBANCE-FAMILY DISPUTE Acapulco Drive, 33100 Block (6:57 p.m.) A woman reported her husband and 16-year-old boy were involved in a physical altercation with each other. The fighting had stopped and the boy was in his bedroom at the time of the call.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE Robles Drive, 33800 Block (6:16 p.m.) Male screaming was heard emanating from the back of a residence. The caller said the subject sounded “irrational, as if he is screaming at a football game.”

DISTURBANCE Camino El Molino, 34400 Block (3:43 p.m.) A caller told police his neighbors are chain smokers and the smoke from their residence is hurting his lungs.

DISTURBANCE Pacific Coast Highway, 34300 Block (2:21 p.m.) A caller told police he tried to talk to a man and a woman who were engaged in a verbal argument and the man spat on him.

Thursday, October 29

CITIZEN ASSIST Camino Capistrano, 35000 Block (9:53 p.m.) A woman needed help finding her car keys after she dropped them down a manhole and AAA refused to help her due to liability issues.

DISTURBANCE Calle Loma, 34800 Block (5:44 p.m.) A man informed police about an alarm going off all day at a house that was being fumigated. He was unable to contact the residents.

DISTURBANCE Puerto Place/Dana Point Harbor Drive (5:07 p.m.) An apparently homeless man wearing a yellow aloha shirt was seen hitting the picnic benches and fire pits with a big stick.

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-UNKNOWN INJURIES Pacific Coast Highway/Del Obispo Street (3:49 p.m.) A caller told police that a white Jeep ran a red light, hit a woman and then took off.

DISTURBANCE Pacific Coast Highway (1:58 p.m.) The manager of McDonald’s complained to police about two homeless men who were sleeping inside the store and refusing to leave.

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY Lapis Avenue, 0 Block (3:49 a.m.) Multiple drunken people were seen staggering around the neighborhood and leaving in vehicles.

DISTURBANCE Lapis Avenue, 0 Block (2:57 a.m.) There was a loud party at a residence in which a man was on the roof and another man was yelling at him not to jump.

Wednesday, October 28

DISTURBANCE Selva Road, 34100 Block (4:34 p.m.) The caller’s ex-girlfriend was outside of his residence trying to kick in the door.

ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY Puerto Place, 34500 Block (1:16 p.m.) A brown sedan was parked at Baby Beach with two dogs inside. Animal Control assistance requested.

DISTURBANCE Pacific Coast Highway, 34200 Block (1:11 p.m.) A mother and her daughter were involved in a verbal argument at Coast Marketplace and the mother left her and refused to go back to pick her up.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES Starboard Lantern Street, 0 Block (10:35 a.m.) A caller said a man who appeared to be under the influence approached him and asked to use his phone and fax machine. When the caller refused, the man said he worked for the FBI.






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