Compiled by Andrea Papagianis and Andrea Swayne
Wednesday, February 20
Verdugo Street/Camino Capistrano (3:19 p.m.)
Deputies were contacted regarding skateboarders creating a disturbance in the area.
Calle Santa Barbara, 26500 Block (6:55 a.m.)
A woman called police when her roommates were engaged in a physical fight.
Calle Pinata, 28300 Block (2:27 a.m.)
A man reported seeing two prowlers in his backyard near the pool.
Tuesday, February 19
DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY
Via Cuartel/Paseo Barona (10:34 p.m.)
Deputies were called regarding loud music being played by a garage band.
SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE
Via Solana/Via Rubi (10:57 a.m.)
Two women in a silver sedan were seen looking through trashcans. Both were described as being 5 feet 6 inches tall with dark hair.
Calle Arroyo/Via Parra (7:17 a.m.)
A woman was seen pushing an empty baby stroller and digging through trash cans.
Monday, February 18
Paseo De Elena, 31900 Block (10:05 p.m.)
A caller contacted police to report a verbal altercation between the caller’s sister and their parents.
Del Obispo Street, 31800 Block (8:10 p.m.)
Surfside Pizza was burglarized. The suspects appeared to have entered through the back.
Junipero Serra Road, 26300 Block (1:30 p.m.)
A caller from the athletic office at JSerra Catholic High School reported a group of juveniles skateboarding near the tennis courts.
Sunday, February 17
Camino Capistrano/Del Obispo Street (4:36 p.m.)
Three men were seen selling DVDs outside a Laundromat.
ILLEGAL PARKED VEHICLE
Camino Capistrano, 31700 Block (2:03 p.m.)
Multiple motorcycles were “parked in random spots” behind Swallow’s Inn.
Saturday, February 16
Via Del Rey, 25800 Block (5:53 p.m.)
A caller reported hearing yelling that sounded like a domestic dispute near the intersection of Del Rey and San Marcos. No weapons were seen.
TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-NON INJURY
Camino Capistrano/Stonehill Drive (5:11 p.m.)
Deputies responded to a non-injury traffic accident at the intersection of Camino Capistrano and Stonehill. A 62-year-old blonde woman who listed her occupation as “teacher” was arrested, cited and released. Her next appearance in court is scheduled for March 18.
Friday, February 15
VANDALISM IN PROGRESS
Paseo El Arco, 30800 Block (5:59 p.m.)
A woman called police to report her neighbors for kicking or throwing something at her garage door and damaging it.
Thursday, February 14
Alipaz Street, 32200 Block (8:23 p.m.)
An 18-year-old man, who said he is a student, was arrested for a possible gang injunction violation. The 5-foot-8-inch-tall, 150-pound man was booked into Central Men’s Jail and bail was set at $25,000. His next court appearance is set for February 26 at the Harbor Justice Center.
Wednesday, February 13
Alipaz Street, 32700 Block (1:21 p.m.)
Police responded to a call regarding a dispute between neighbors over a fence.
Tuesday, February 12
San Juan Creek Road/La Novia (9:03 p.m.)
Someone was shining a bright light from the golf course onto San Juan Creek Road blinding drivers passing by.
Friday, February 8
Moonglow Lane, 31600 Block (5:51 p.m.)
A female in her 20s was reported trying to sell unknown items. The woman was described as being around 5 feet tall with blonde hair and was last seen walking eastbound on Calle Arroyo.
Hunt Club Drive, 31000 Block (4:59 p.m.)
A security guard called to report a suspicious male solicitor in his 20s wearing a green hoodie, jeans and white shoes.
Camino Capistrano/La Zanja Street (4:57 p.m.)
Officers were requested to check on children reported laying on the railroad tracks.
Ortega Highway/Rancho Viejo Road (4:42 p.m.)
A caller reported mixed-up traffic signals showing red and green lights simultaneously. Deputies responded and the phasing on the lights was functioning correctly.
ASSIST OUTSIDE AGENCY
Ortega Highway/Antonio Parkway (7:02 a.m.)
Sheriff’s deputies controlled traffic on Ortega Highway while animal control removed the remains of a coyote from the road.
Thursday, February 7
Calle Reynalda/Del Obispo Street (12:52 p.m.)
A man was reported taking bags of plastic bottles from the reclamation center.