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sheriffCompiled by Allison Jarrell

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, November 16

RECKLESS DRIVING Alipaz Street, 32300 Block (9:04 p.m.)
A white BMW SUV was seen recklessly driving with front windshield damage. The subject driving the vehicle became “verbal” when told by the caller to slow down.

DISTURBANCE Calle Resplendor/Calle Chueca (7:56 p.m.)
A patrol check was requested by the pool for “10 gang types” hanging out. The caller was concerned because there has been recent vandalism and broken bottles in the area.

DRUNK DRIVING Stonehill Drive/Camino Capistrano (7:55 p.m.)
A dark-colored SUV was seen “swerving all over the road.”

DISTURBANCE El Camino Real, 31800 Block (5:38 p.m.)
A woman told police that someone hit her on the head with a beer bottle, resulting in a laceration to her forehead. The victim was transported to the hospital.

VANDALISM IN PROGRESS Calle Lucana/Alipaz Street (4:04 p.m.)
A woman in a black Mercedes told police that a male juvenile threw a rock while she was driving by and broke her window. She said the subject was now in the river bed.

STOLEN VEHICLE Paseo Tecate, 26600 Block (3:59 p.m.)
A man told police that he had parked his 1996 silver Mercedes on Calle Lorenzo but had not seen his car since yesterday.

INDECENT EXPOSURE Interstate 5/Junipero Serra Road (2:30 p.m.)
A patrol check was requested for a man masturbating in the back of a silver SUV. The caller said the man was lying in the back of the car with all of the doors open. The car was parked on the side road that runs parallel to Interstate 5 just before Junipero Serra Road.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES Edgewood Road/Aspen Way (2:29 p.m.)
Eight to 12 juveniles were seen drinking at the park where Aspen Way ends at Edgewood Road.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES Paseo Adelanto/Del Obispo Street (12:02 p.m.)
A patrol check was requested under the Del Obispo bridge for a woman yelling, “Get out of my home.” No further details were given.

PETTY THEFT REPORT Via De Linda, 31900 Block (5:54 a.m.)
Unlocked vehicles were rummaged through. No loss was reported, and no report was desired.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON/CIRCUMSTANCES Paseo Espada, 27200 Block (2:07 a.m.)
A patrol check was requested for a male subject with dark clothing “roaming around on the sidewalk and grass area.”

WELFARE CHECK Via La Plata, 32000 Block (12:11 a.m.)
A woman repeatedly called 911 talking about her sister and not knowing why she called. Police said the woman was unable to articulate if she needed police, fire or medics. The woman eventually told police that she accidentally drunk dialed 911.

Tuesday, November 15

NARCOTIC VIOLATION MISDEMEANOR El Camino Real/Forster Street (11:47 p.m.)
A man loitering next to a park was asked by police if he had any illegal items on his person. The man handed the deputy one methamphetamine smoking pipe and one baggie containing methamphetamine. The man was cited for narcotics.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON IN VEHICLE Paseo Santiago, 30800 Block (10:05 p.m.)
Police made contact with a probationer sitting in a vehicle at a residence. The subject admitted to possessing syringes for methamphetamine use. A probation search was conducted and the syringes were found. The subject was cited for narcotics.

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