Compiled by Brian Park
Friday, September 19
Roundtree Court, 26200 Block (12:31 p.m.)
A caller, who is renting a room at a residence, said the renter was playing music loudly and refusing to turn it down. The caller said the renter is known to smoke drugs.
Thursday, September 18
Stonehill Drive/Camino Capistrano (1:07 p.m.)
All traffic lights, except for a green arrow, were out on northbound Camino Capistrano at Stonehill Drive. A message was left with the city.
Verdugo Street, 26700 Block (10:08 a.m.)
A homeless encampment was discovered at the end of the train platform.
TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-NON INJURY
Junipero Serra Road/Camino Capistrano (8:52 a.m.)
A school bus was involved in an accident with a parked vehicle. No students were on the bus, but heavy-duty towing was required.
TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-NON INJURY
Ortega Highway/Sundance Drive (6:32 a.m.)
Two vehicles were blocking the road.
Paseo Fiesta, 27400 Block (5:40 a.m.)
A woman asked police to check up on a man who told her he was disoriented and kept asking for help but would not elaborate. The man, who was described to be 50 years old, tall and slender and wearing a light-colored shirt with dark pants, was seen walking on Via Fortuna.
Wednesday, September 17
Verdugo Street, 26700 Block (10:45 p.m.)
A man and a woman in a damaged silver sedan were seen circling a parking lot. The caller thought they may be doing drugs.
Camino Capistrano/Forster Street (9:09 p.m.)
A man with a goatee was seen smoking drugs at Historic Town Center Park, according to a caller. He was later detained.
Camino Capistrano/La Zanja Street (7:58 p.m.)
A large tree, described to be 30 feet long and three feet in diameter, had fallen into the street and was blocking a lane on southbound La Zanja Street. Public Works was notified.
Rosenbaum Road, 29500 Block (1:55 p.m.)
A man called police after a woman came into his garage with a small dog. The man told dispatch that he believed the woman was on meth because he used to use it himself and knew the signs. The Orange County Fire Authority then responded to what was deemed a possible overdose. They had initial difficulty finding the man’s house but eventually transported the woman to Mission Hospital.
El Camino Real, 31400 Block (8:23 a.m.)
A homeless man was seen sleeping underneath a red plaid blanket, on the ground beside the book-drop station at the San Juan Capistrano Library.
VANDALISM IN PROGRESS
La Zanja Street, 26500 Block (12:27 a.m.)
A caller said a man, who they had discovered tagging in the area, was running away on southbound Los Rios Street with his shirt in hand.
Tuesday, September 16
Ortega Highway/Interstate 5 (10:48 p.m.)
A passerby said a man in a hoodie was yelling at a woman who was trying to walk away. The incident occurred in the Bank of America parking lot near the car wash.
Paseo Adelanto, 31700 Block (9:14 p.m.)
A man said another man kept following him and his fiancé. Whenever the couple turned back to look at the man, he would just into the bushes.
Del Obispo Street, 32200 Block (8:23 p.m.)
A concerned caller asked police to check on a woman who had fallen off her bicycle and was bleeding but continued to ride on southbound Del Obispo Street.
Ortega Highway/Via Cordova (5:48 p.m.)
Police were asked to patrol the area for drivers, who were disobeying traffic laws to try and escape traffic caused by a nearby accident. Sheriff’s deputies later said traffic was moving freely.
Del Obispo Street, 32000 Block (2:28 p.m.)
A concerned caller said there was a big rock in the street in front of Capistrano Valley Christian School that was large enough to damage vehicles.
Camino Capistrano, 32800 Block (1:15 p.m.)
A man was upset that his car had been scratched after a car wash. The man was notified that this was a civil issue, but he insisted on speaking with a deputy.
Monday, September 15
Del Obispo Street/Ortega Highway (5:45 p.m.)
A man was seen begging for money and darting into the street, nearly getting hit by cars, to retrieve handouts.
DRUNK IN PUBLIC
Camino Capistrano, 31900 Camino Capistrano
A drunken man was sitting on a stool outside a barbershop, yelling obscenities at passersby.