Chatty Driver Nearly Hits Pedestrian

SHERIFF'S BLOTTER: A drunk driver, a man becomes verbally abusive at Carl's Jr. and more.

These are selected reports from the San Juan Capistrano Police Dispatch Services log throughout the past few days. The calls represent what was told to a sheriff's deputy in the field by the radio dispatcher. No presumption of criminal guilt or affiliation should be drawn from the information provided. 

At 8:40 p.m. Thursday, a caller reported a vandalism in the 27100 block of Calle Arroyo. The report stated that a black Acura was vandalized while parked outside of the 24 Hour Fitness gym. 

At 8:24 p.m. Thursday, a caller reported a disturbance in the 31800 block of Del Obispo Street. The report stated that a male customer at Carl’s Jr. had become verbally abusive with the staff. Deputies were dispatched to the scene. 

At 8:15 p.m. Thursday, deputies arrested a 44-year-old man in the 32300 block of Alipaz Street. The report stated the man was arrested because he wanted for a previous alleged crime. He was additionally detained with two other subjects and taken into custody with no posted bail amount. 

At 8:10 p.m. Thursday, deputies detained a subject near the Del Obispo Street-Via Belardes intersection. The report stated the subject a pulled over and detained for riding a black, motorized bicycle with no license plates

At 2:21 p.m. Thursday, a caller reported a reckless driver near the intersection of Alipaz and Del Obispo streets. The informant reported almost being hit by a male driver in a white Dodge Ram because he was talking on a cell phone. There was no report of an arrest. 

At 6:42 p.m. Wednesday, a caller reported a reckless driver in the 31800 block of Via Belardes. The informant reported that a red Honda coupe had been speeding up and down Via Belardes and Alipaz Street for at least 15 minutes

At 10:33 p.m. Tuesday, a caller reported a drunk driver in the 32700 block of Alipaz Street. The report stated that an intoxicated man was seen leaving from the informant’s in a White Ford Explorer. The subject then returned to the location. The informant reported this has been an ongoing issue. 

Vince January 07, 2013 at 06:59 PM
By oh boy, couldn't you folks use some real crimes, and criminals! There is a solution though, perhaps ya'll could contract with the cities of Hemet, and San Jacinto since it appears they have way more then they need. Prolly won't cost you a penny (up front), AND, I would wager that those city's will pay for their transfer costs---just so long as you sign a long term contract to aquire them with a strict No Return Clause in force. An upgrade to your local Skidball Population would sure make your Crime Reports more interesting, yeah?


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