Compiled by Kevin Dahlgren
Tuesday, November 6
Camino Capistrano/Oso Road (12:27 p.m.)
An automobile accident was reported between two motorcycles. The caller could not see a second motorcycle, but two people were seen standing on the sidewalk. Orange County Fire Authority was dispatched to the scene to tend to any injuries sustained but was later cancelled while en route. It was determined that both people had been riding on the same motorcycle.
Monday, November 5
Illegal Parked Vehicle
Calle Delphina, 200 Block (6:33 p.m.)
Police received a report of two vehicles blocking a sidewalk. The caller described the vehicles as a white pick-up truck and a yellow sports car.
Traffic Accident-Non Injury
Sundance Drive/Ortega Highway (2:41 p.m.)
A man called police after witnessing a white Acura and a brown Ford truck collide. The caller believed one of the drivers may have been intoxicated. After a field sobriety test, a 38-year-old man was taken to Central Mends Jail in Santa Ana on charges of drunk driving.
Del Obispo Street/Paseo Adelanto (7:19 a.m.)
A local resident called police after seeing that the traffic light at the intersection was not working properly. City workers were performing routine maintenance on the lights and power was restored after a short delay.
Sunday, November 4
Avenida de la Vista/Calle San Diego (9:48 a.m.)
A person driving a black Honda Accord was seen driving very erratically. The caller believed the driver may be under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Saturday, November 3
Calle La Purisima, 31500 Block (1:21 p.m.)
A verbal argument was heard between a male and female in the apartment next to the caller’s residence. The caller was worried because a baby could be heard crying throughout the disagreement.
San Juan Creek Road, 32100 Block (1:06 p.m.)
The owner of a white Ford pickup truck called police after returning to his car in the San Juan Hills Golf Course parking lot to find his it had been broken into. The man told deputies the break-in occurred in the four hours he was playing golf at the course.
Friday, November 2
Paseo Carolina, 32100 Block (6:14 p.m.)
A patrol check was requested for the area after a caller saw a group of men standing in a group. The caller believed the group was passing around bottle of alcohol.
Camino Capistrano/Verdugo Street (1:05 p.m.)
Several passersby reported the traffic signals were not cycling properly in all four directions. City officials were sent to fix the problem but upon their arrival, they were unable to find any malfunctioning lights.
Del Obispo Street/Paseo Adelanto (12:48 a.m.)
Police were asked to patrol check Los Rios Park after a large group of juveniles was heard in the park after hours. The caller was unable to see how many children were in the group but could tell that they were in the park.
Thursday, November 1
Shadybrook Road, 26300 Block (9:57 p.m.)
An argument was reported between the caller’s neighbor and his teenage son. The caller did not believe the argument was in danger of becoming physical but was worried the teenager may try to run away as he has in the past.
Petty Theft Report
Verdugo Street, 26700 Block (9:23 a.m.)
Police received a report of a bicycle that had been stolen from the San Juan Capistrano train station. The caller had left the bike there while he rode the train to Anaheim, but upon his return, he found the lock to his bike had been cut and the bike was gone.
Paseo Valencia, 31000 Block (6:13 a.m.)
A patrol check was requested for a possible broken water main flooding the streets. After determining the location of the leak, city workers were sent to the scene to fix the leaking water main.
Wednesday, October 31
Disturbance-Music or Party
Oso Road/Avenida de la Vista (11:42 p.m.)
A resident called police after a party that was shut down by officers earlier in the night and had become loud once again. The caller told dispatch that the teenagers had turned their loud music back on once deputies had left.