Compiled by Brian Park

Tuesday, March 11

RECKLESS DRIVING
Hunt Club Drive/Ortega Highway (6 p.m.)
A caller at the front gate of a community said there were two subjects racing through the neighborhood on dirt bikes.

CITIZEN ASSIST
Alipaz Street, 32200 Block (5:41 p.m.)
A caller said a male employee threatened to “crack” their head. It was unclear if the caller was a coworker or customer.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE
Via Parra/Calle Arroyo (7:56 a.m.)
A patrol check was requested for a man in a gold, two-door Mazda who was slumped over the steering wheel. The man was only described as having dark hair.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE
Calle Lucana, 26500 Block (7:46 a.m.)
A man was seen sleeping in a gray BMW parked at a corner.

Monday, March 10

CITIZEN ASSIST
Via Belardes, 31800 Block (11:14 p.m.)
A female caller said she felt she was being blackmailed via Facebook.

DISTURBANCE-FAMILY DISPUTE
Paseo Carolina, 32000 Block (6:59 p.m.)
A caller said their 19-year-old brother was “out of control” and going around the residence and insulting the family. The caller believed the brother was under the influence of marijuana.

Sunday, March 9

DISTURBANCE
Via Madonna/Via Del Cerro (10:46 p.m.)
A patrol check was requested at Four Oaks Park, where six subjects were seen exiting a red Mustang, blacking out and then running around the park.

DRUNK IN PUBLIC
Camino Capistrano, 31800 Block (8:28 p.m.)
A 30-40-year-old drunken blonde woman, wearing a multi-colored dress and black boots, was seen stumbling into the street.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE
Verdugo Street, 26700 Block (5:56 p.m.)
A man, who appeared disoriented, parked his brown, older model vehicle in the middle of the street, near the entrance of the parking structure, blocking other cars. The man was described to be between 60 and 70 years old and wearing a black baseball cap and khaki pants.

DISTURBANCE-AUTO INVOLVED
Via Belardes/Paseo Carolina (3:38 p.m.)
A subject was seen riding a dirt bike up and down the street.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
Calle San Luis/Calle San Juan (12:42 p.m.)
Five male juveniles and one female juvenile, all described as being at least 15 years old, were seen drinking alcohol.

Saturday, March 8

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY
Avenida De La Vista, 30800 Block (11:35 p.m.)
A caller said a loud band was performing on a patio near the area. Dispatch reported it was difficult to understand the caller due to the loud music heard in the background.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE
Calle Roberto/Aguacate Road (7:46 p.m.)
A caller said a white, two-door Nissan Altima had pulled over at the dead end of Aguacate Road after driving slowly, up and down, through the neighborhood.

STOLEN VEHICLE
Ortega Highway, 27700 Block (3:34 p.m.)
A woman said her 2005 gold Volvo was missing from her driveway. The woman also reported that her purse and keys were missing.

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-UNKNOWN INJURIES
La Zanja Street/Camino Capistrano (2:29 p.m.)
A caller witnessed an accident between a motorcycle and a van. The caller said the motorcyclist had stood up but was injured. The Orange County Fire Authority, as well as a flatbed truck, responded to the scene.

TRAFFIC HAZARD
Stonehill Drive/Camino Capistrano (2:07 p.m.)
A white Mercedes Benz was stalled in the middle of Camino Capistrano, west of Stonehill Drive, and was causing a traffic hazard.

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY
Via Mirador, 30900 Block (12:10 a.m.)
A security patrol person said approximately 50 kids were at a house party. The caller believed the parents were away.

Friday, March 7

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
Via Viente, 32100 Block (10:09 p.m.)
Subjects were seen loitering in the bushes across from a liquor store.

ANNOYING PHONE CALL
Ortega Highway, 27200 Block (7:43 p.m.)
A woman calling from the parking lot near Starbucks said she was receiving text messages and phone calls from her boyfriend’s former roommate.

CITIZEN ASSIST
Paseo Carolina, 32100 Block (6:12 p.m.)
A man said someone had just broken a window at his residence with a ball.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
Camino La Ronda/La Novia Avenue (4:59 p.m.)
A man, described to be in his late 60s, wearing a plaid shirt and with white hair and a white beard “like Santa,” was seen lying on the sidewalk near a tree.

Thursday, March 6

VANDALISM IN PROGRESS
Calle San Luis, 26400 Block (10:35 p.m.)
A caller, translating for a Spanish-speaking man, said someone had thrown a rock through the man’s front window.

DISTURBANCE
Horseshoe Bend/Horno Creek Road (6:29 p.m.)
A SUV was parked on the paved emergency access road with around 15 juveniles nearby, playing loud music and loitering on the grass.

Wednesday, March 5

DISTURBANCE
Alipaz Street, 32200 Block (5:27 p.m.)
Juveniles were riding their skateboards in the middle of the street and were refusing to move for vehicles.

DISTURBANCE
Valle Road, 32800 Block (3:36 p.m.)
A caller said their neighbors to the right had been in a verbal argument since the morning. The caller said they believed the argument became physical, although they did not witness it.

Tuesday, March 4

DISTURBANCE-MECHANICAL
El Horno Street/El Camino Real (9:30 p.m.)
A caller wanted to know why there was construction work occurring across the street from the library. Dispatch informed the caller that the city was repaving the concrete sidewalk.

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