• Police log, 2/1/14 – 2/6/14

    Cop Log

    2/1/14 – 2/6/14

    Gunfight at the Squishy Corral.

    Police responded to a physical altercation at an apartment complex at 4:00AM. Five subjects were interviewed to determine the cause of the fight. Two were intoxicated and it was discovered they had engaged in gun play. They were told it was too late in the night for such things and agreed to put their Nerf guns away and go to sleep.

    Disappearing act.

    Officers responded to an Ocean View Blvd business in response to a battery of an individual. It seems about 20 young adults entered the business when one was dared to throw disappearing ink on the victim. Due to boredom and stupidity, the dare was accepted.

    You got a license for that thing?

    Driver was pulled over near Presidio Boulevard. Cited for driving without a license.

    Possible burglary.

    Officers arrived to a residence which reported that their front door latch appears to have been forcibly tampered with. Resident reported that he could no longer lock the door from inside his home. Upon further reflection, homeowner thought it could have been the roommate who got locked out.

    She said, she said.

    Police responded to a home where one resident accused another of stealing her jewelry supplies to give to her boyfriend. Other resident denies claims.

    Burgled.

    Items stolen from store on Ocean Ave.

    Just a little nappy poor.

    Suspect was discovered sleeping in her car. She was intoxicated to the point of not being able to take care of herself. She was booked at the police department and then released to a friend.

    Arguments with a car.

    Police responded to reports of two cars driving at high speeds. It was reported that the female driver had earlier attempted to run over the male in the other car. Police contacted them and determined that they were married and having an argument. The wife wanted the husband to come home.

    Lost checkbook.

    Woman reported that she lost her checkbook and drivers license at Country Club Gate Shopping Center. Bank has already cancelled the checks.

    Bike bucks rider.

    Runner turned in front of a bicyclist spooking the bike and causing the rider to fall. Rider broke his clavicle bone and was taken to CHOMP for treatment. Bike was taken by police for a timeout to think about what it had done. Will be reclaimed later.

    Don’t get used to this good luck.

    Two subjects were contacted by police for shoplifting. Items were returned to the store and no charges were pressed, this time.

    What, is your dumpster broken?

    Suspect broke into apartment complex for the sole intent of dumping his old patio chairs on the property.

    Breaking, entering, and watching.

    Hotel reports that someone entered a room by sliding a window off its track. They then watched TV and left, possibly taking a bedspread with them.

    Parking frustrations.

    Man was reported to police as sitting in his vehicle yelling. Turns out he got upset because he could not park.

    That spot is already taken.

    Car attempted to park where on already was. Reports of damage are sure to follow.

    It might be time for a nap.

    An officer noticed a car just sitting at an intersection. After approaching the car and having her pull to the side of the road, the driver said she had not slept in two days and was on her way to pick up some medication.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on February 24, 2014

    Topics: Police Log

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