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Compiled by Steve Sohanaki

Monday, October 6

DISTURBANCE

Los Rios Street, 31700 Block (9:02 a.m.) A female photographer taking pictures in front of the caller’s location disturbed the peace when asked to leave. The photographer was described as being in her 40s, of slender build and wearing a gray shirt and red pants.

CITIZEN ASSIST

Del Obispo Street/Camino Del Avion (5:10 a.m.) Orange County Fire Authority personnel were called upon after a caller reported feeling nauseous and dizzy.

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY

Hilltop Way, 30700 Block (1:19 a.m.) The caller complained of loud music coming from a residence three houses north of theirs. Authorities made contact and the partiers complied.

Sunday, October 5

DISTURBANCE

Camino Las Ramblas/Via De Agua (7:56 p.m.) A man and woman were engaged in a verbal argument. The caller said the man “came after” the woman but it was too dark for a description.

CITIZEN ASSIST

Calle San Francisco, 26500 Block (4:56 p.m.) While the caller attempted to move out of a house, he reported a transient was living inside. The caller was no longer at the location.

DISTURBANCE

Calle San Luis, 26500 Block (3:24 p.m.) The caller reported a drunken neighbor was arguing with the driver of a vehicle who may have run over the man’s dog. The caller saw no weapons.

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY

Avenida De La Vista (2:17 p.m.) A caller reported loud music coming from a nearby apartment.

DISTURBANCE

Calle Lorenzo, 26600 Block (1:23 p.m.) Male subjects were throwing items into the caller’s yard.

DISTURBANCE

Forster Street/Camino Capistrano (9:57 a.m.) Two apparently homeless people, one male and one female, were involved in a verbal altercation near El Adobe de Capistrano. The man was wearing a plaid shirt and the woman was wearing a black shirt and riding a bicycle.

Saturday, October 4

DISTURBANCE-MUSIC OR PARTY

Calle San Pedro/Via San Vicente (11:08 p.m.) A patrol check was requested for a loud party at the end of the caller’s cul-de-sac.

DISTURBANCE

El Camino Real, 31400 Block (12:43 p.m.) A man was putting his feet in the pool.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES

Calle Chueca/Calle Resplendor (4:56 a.m.) An informant heard a car alarm go off and witnessed male subjects running away. No description was provided.

Friday, October 3

PATROL CHECK

Ortega Highway/Del Obispo Street (5:29 p.m.) A Metrolink passenger left a brown backpack on the train platform. The backpack had a laptop inside.

CITIZEN ASSIST

Calle Perfecto, 32900 Block (12:12 p.m.) A parent requested to speak with a deputy regarding her 15-year-old daughter who left school without permission.

TRAFFIC HAZARD

Camino Capistrano/San Juan Creek Road (8:43 a.m.) A large trash can was in the street.

Thursday, October 2

CITIZEN ASSIST

Woodcrest Lane, 26400 Block (10:19 p.m.) A woman contacted authorities because she couldn’t find her checks. She was unsure if they were lost or stolen.

PETTY THEFT REPORT

Camino De Vista, 26300 Block (9:10 p.m.) An item was stolen from the caller’s garage.

DISTURBANCE

Lakeview Road/Village Road (5:31 p.m.) Two men and a woman were sitting on a corner and smoking out of a glass bong.

RECKLESS DRIVING

Spring Street/El Camino Real (2:28 p.m.) Drivers picking up children from San Juan Elementary School were driving against traffic. The caller said this was an ongoing problem.

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