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sheriffbadgeCompiled by Andrea Swayne

All information below is obtained from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department website. The calls represent what was told to the deputy in the field by the radio dispatcher. The true nature of an incident often differs from what is initially reported. No assumption of criminal guilt or affiliation should be drawn from the content of the information provided. An arrest doesn’t represent guilt. The items below are just a sampling of the entries listed on the OCSD website.

Wednesday, April 22

9-1-1 HANGUP
Camino Capistrano, 31400 Block (3:20 p.m.)
A woman was heard screaming on an open line. The location listed was El Nopal Mercado.

Avenida Aeropuerto, 26100 Block (1:22 p.m.)
A woman in her 20s was in front of the Capistrano Hardwoods store, reportedly acting suspicious, changing her clothing and saying she is going to die. The caller believed the woman’s demeanor was drug-related.

Avenida Aeropuerto, 26100 Block (12:24 p.m.)
A 50- to 60-year-old woman was on the sidewalk in front of a business waving her hands and screaming. She was wearing an orange jacket and looked “like she just got back from Woodstock.”

Paseo Adelanto, 32500 Block (9:42 a.m.)
A woman called to report her daughter had stolen her cell phone and was truant from school.

Alipaz Street/Del Obispo Street (3:39  a.m.)
A patrol check was requested near the liquor store when someone heard a man yelling, “Kill her. Get her.”

Tuesday, April 21

Avenida Aeropuerto, 26000 Block (8:56 p.m.)
A caller thought it suspicious when a green truck was driving near the club house with its lights off.

Paseo Santa Clara, 26500 Block (4:35 p.m.)
A woman called police to report her neighbor for making a lot of noise and swearing.

Oso Road, Block 26200 (2:40 p.m.)
A caller phoned police and hour after a horse returned to Sycamore Trails Stables without the woman who had been riding it.

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