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Sunday, November 16

KEEP THE PEACE
Silver Lantern, 33800 Block (12:15 p.m.) A caller phoned police after a neighbor barricaded the door to the laundry room, preventing the caller from entering.

DISTURBANCE
Pacific Coast Highway, 34100 Block (5:02 a.m.) A man urinated and “pooped in his pants” and then walked through a business.

DRUNK DRIVING
Crown Valley Parkway/Pacific Coast Highway (12:32 a.m.) A dark-colored Ford F150 was seen running into the curb multiple times. The caller suspected drunk driving.

Saturday, November 15

MUNICIPAL CODE VIOLATIONS
Coral Reach Street/Eastwind Drive (2:47 p.m.) A patrol check was requested when a caller saw a neighbor dumping leaves in the park.

CITIZEN ASSIST
Calle Juanita, 27000 Block (2:05 p.m.) Someone put chewed up candy in a gas tank.

Friday, November 14

DEFRAUDING AN INNKEEPER
Del Obispo Street, 34200 Block (10:36 p.m.) Four juveniles pulled a “dine and dash” at Denny’s and left on foot.

DISTURBANCE
Calle Fortuna, 34900 Block (6:27 p.m.)
A man was seen “kicking things” in the caller’s front yard.

ILLEGAL PEDDLING
Doheny Place, 34800 Block (2:34 p.m.) A man with short black, curly hair and a pink shirt was selling an unknown product or doing a charity drive. He acted rude toward the caller when she declined. The subject was last seen headed toward Palisades.

PETTY THEFT
Del Prado Avenue, 24800 Block (1:45 p.m.) A woman went into a store, opened two containers of whipped cream and “sucked them.” She was described as having short brown hair and wearing a black dress and black high heels. She left the store headed southbound down Del Prado with whipped cream all over the front of her and “falling down” intoxicated. The 37-year-old woman was taken into custody and transported to the Intake Release Center, cited and then released.

9-1-1 HANGUP-WIRELESS
Niguel Road, 33800 Block (12:42 p.m.) A woman called 9-1-1 to report “four illegal immigrants inside the library” and “two more outside by the lawn.” The caller said one woman said she was 26 and gave a date of birth as April 4, 1984 which would make her 30 and was “clearly not the truth.”

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES
Del Obispo Street/Dana Point Harbor Drive (8:56 a.m.) A man in a truck with a camper shell was seen taking the wheels off of a bike that was chained to the fence near the pier. The man introduced himself to the caller and asked for a phone charger before the caller left the area.

Thursday, November 13

INVESTIGATE PERSON DOWN
Ensenada Place/Dana Point Harbor Drive (10:06 p.m.) A patrol check was requested for a subject who had apparently fallen off of a bike in front of the multi-purpose room on Ensenada in the Harbor.

INVESTIGATE PERSON DOWN
El Encanto Avenue/La Cresta Drive (9:17 p.m.) A man said he fell, was lying in the street and no one would help him.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES
Pacific Coast Highway, 34100 Block (4:33 p.m.) A male transient in his 40s was seen urinating between cars and walking southbound on PCH with his “goods hanging out.”

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE
Monarch Beach Resort, 0 Block (2:59 p.m.) A man was seen standing next to a black BMW parked on Niguel Road across from the St. Regis using what looked like a speed gun, apparently monitoring traffic.

Wednesday, November 12

WELFARE CHECK
Pacific Coast Highway/Del Prado Avenue (12:03 p.m.) A welfare check was requested for a male subject found lying on the ground in the bushes. The subject requested that deputies tell his mom that he will be OK and is going “to crawl in a hole.”

INDECENT EXPOSURE
Stonehill Drive, 25700 Block (11:25 a.m.) A caller phoned police when a man in his 30s or 40s riding a bicycle went into the bushes to masturbate.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES
Calle La Primavera, Block 34000 (5:12 a.m.) A caller reported a 6-foot-tall, heavy-set man in his early 20s at the door saying he is from Europe and is lost. The subject was still in front of the residence at the time of the call.

Tuesday, November 11

CITIZEN ASSIST
Del Prado Avenue, 24400 Block (7:54 p.m.) A man called to report his wife was handcuffed as a joke inside a restaurant. The Santa Ana Police Department officer who cuffed her forgot that he did not have his cuff keys with him. The caller’s wife began having a panic attack after being cuffed for 45 minutes and the officer, who went home to get his cuff key, had not yet returned.

CITIZEN ASSIST
Doheny Park Road, 34100 Block (9:30 a.m.) A man told deputies he has photos of a known subject urinating in public.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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