Compiled by Jacqueline DeMarco

SheriffsDeptSaturday, November 1

DISTURBANCE

Terrapin Court, 33000 Block (7:48 p.m.) A large group of neighborhood kids were ding dong ditching.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Del Obispo St., 31800 Block (5:32 p.m.) A male subject was reported as standing at the front door in a Halloween mask and told the caller, “It’s not Halloween, this could be a hold up.” When the manager approached him and asked him what he needed, he left on a skateboard towards Ralph’s.

VANDALISM REPORT

Woodcrest Lane, 26400 Block (4:04 p.m.) A vehicle window was shot by a BB or pellet gun.

DISTURBANCE

Paseo San Gabriel, 26500 block (2:57 p.m.) Six males and four females were drinking in the street. They had alcohol in their hands and were causing a disturbance.

DISTURBANCE

Via Sonora, 31100 Block (1:50 a.m.) A customer did not pay the limo driver and the driver was holding his phone hostage.

Friday, October 31

TRAFFIC HAZARD

Camino Capistrano/Oso Road (8:15 p.m.) A group of juveniles was standing on a street corner wearing all black and the caller was concerned they were going to be hit.

Thursday, October 30

DISTURBANCE

Los Rios St., 31400 Block (11:06 p.m.) A caller reported possible juveniles drinking and being loud in the garage area.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Royale Drive, 26500 Block (7:51 a.m.) A man riding a black bicycle threw trash cans in the street. Another caller reported he was throwing trash cans in the street on Imperial Drive at 8:19 a.m.

DISTURBANCE

Via Alicia, 32000 Block (3:24 a.m.) A man reported that his ex-girlfriend refused to leave his front porch.

Wednesday, October 29

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE

Via Belardes, 31900 Block (10:30 a.m.) A male in an older grey Toyota truck was seen driving around a neighborhood. He was of chubby build, had red facial hair and was wearing a fedora.

Tuesday, October 28

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Camino Capistrano, 31800 Block (7:33 p.m.) Two people were having sex in the street across from the fire station in the Capistrano Home center. One suspect was male, the other was undetermined.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Rancho Viejo Road/Ortega Highway (2:32 p.m.) A caller saw a man take a handgun from the trunk of a vehicle, tuck it into the front shirt of his waistband, then walked towards the Bad to the Bone BBQ shopping center.

WELFARE CHECK

Verdugo St., 26700 Block (2:37 a.m.) A man’s mother was supposed to go pick up her daughter and grandson at the San Juan Capistrano train station, but when she got there she was not making any sense. She drove around in circles and hasn’t been seen in two hours.

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