Compiled by Sean Robb

Thursday, June 5

BURGLARY REPORT
Via Buena Vista, 28800 Block (1:48 p.m.)
A homeowner, calling from another part of their home, said their garage was being burglarized.

PATROL CHECK
Calle San Francisco, 26500 Block (10:09 a.m.)
A woman said she had left her home 20 minutes ago and saw her garage opening up.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
Rancho Viejo Road, 31600 Block (5:23 a.m.)
A subject was reportedly going around and knocking on doors at the Seasons Senior Apartment community.

Wednesday, June 4

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY
Paseo Adelanto, 31700 Block (8:09 p.m.)
Four drunken subjects were being loud and drinking behind an adobe.

DISTURBANCE
Calle San Luis, 26500 Block (7:44 p.m.)
A woman called and said her friend had pulled her hair.

INVESTIGATE PERSON DOWN
Via Carlos, 32100 Block (7:24 p.m.)
A man was seen lying on the sidewalk in front of the caller’s residence.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
Alipaz Street/Calle Jardin (4:54 p.m.)
Subjects were seen spray painting a trailer along the riverbed near Mission Bell Park.

DRUNK IN PUBLIC
Stonehill Drive/Camino Capistrano (4:33 p.m.)
A drunken older man, who was wearing a long-sleeved shirt and jeans, was seen walking in the street toward Camino Capistrano.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE
Los Rios Street, 31300 Block (11:24 a.m.)
A man was seen passed out in the driver’s seat of his car with loud music playing. The caller said the man appeared to be asleep.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
El Camino Real, 31500 Block (10:48 a.m.)
A 47-year-old contractor was arrested following a phone call from the office at Bridges Community Day High School. He was held at Central Men’s Jail and released Saturday, May 7.

DISTURBANCE
Verdugo Street, 26700 Block (10:29 a.m.)
A homeless man was seen sleeping next to the train tracks at the train depot. The caller suspected that the man had set up a camp at the end of Verdugo Street.

DISTURBANCE
La Zanja Street/Los Rios Street (9:45 a.m.)
A pedestrian on La Zanja Street was “insulted” by a subject smoking marijuana.

UNKNOWN TROUBLE
Camino Capistrano, 32200 Block (4:22 a.m.)
A man was heard repeatedly screaming for help in the alley behind Wells Fargo. The man, who deputies suspected was a local transient, had apparently fallen.

Tuesday, May 3

PETTY THEFT REPORT
Junipero Serra Road, 26500 Block (11:06 p.m.)
An underage heavyset man took beer and ran out of a store without paying.

SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE
Del Obispo Street, 31800 Block (3:52 p.m.)
A business owner was told by a customer that an unoccupied silver Toyota Camry had been in the parking lot for two hours with its engine running.

DISTURBANCE
Los Rios Street, 31400 Block (1:53 p.m.)
A woman was outside of her home, yelling and screaming. The caller said she was “having a meltdown.” This was the second response to the scene. Earlier, the woman had stepped outside and began screaming and throwing rocks.

Monday, May 2

CITIZEN ASSIST
Rancho Viejo Road, 30800 Block (11:48 p.m.)
Authorities assisted a caller who had driven into the Marbella Center and was trapped inside because the gate had been locked after they arrived.

Sunday, June 1

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
El Camino Real/Ortega Highway (6:59 p.m.)
A homeless person was seen passed out on the side of the road near Historic Town Center Park.

Saturday, May 31

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
Verdugo Street, 26700 Block (9:27 p.m.)
A 37-year-old man was arrested after he was seen looking into vehicles parked at the structure near the train depot. The man is currently being held at Musick Facility.

Friday, May 30

FIREWORK VIOLATION
Camino Capistrano/Junipero Serra Road (4:30 p.m.)
A caller said two men were setting off “rockets” near a small motorhome.

DISTURBANCE
San Juan Creek Road, 32100 Block (11:33 a.m.)
A blue tent was seen in the middle of the equestrian trail near the San Juan Hills Golf Club driving range.

Thursday, May 29

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCE
Paseo Blanco/Calle Jardin (10:13 p.m.)
Three suspects were knocking on doors asking to use electrical outlets and looking into windows.

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