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February 19, 2013
 

Seal Beach police blotter, February 4 to February 10

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The items shown below are culled from the logs of the Seal Beach Police Department. No inference of guilt is implied in showing any item.

February 4, 2013

COUNTERFEIT CHECK – 9:52am – Alderwood Ln. - The caller purchased property from a company. The company sent him a check and told him to cash it. The check was fraudulent and the caller still had not received the property. Report taken.
COUNSELING – 3:40pm – College Park Dr. - Counseling requested regarding the owners of the residence not allowing the caller to pick up his equipment after finishing work for them. Assisted.

February 5, 2013

PATROL CHECK – 11:10am – Candleberry Ave. - Three males rang the caller’s doorbell for an unknown reason, then split up, going in different directions. Police contacted two subjects and conducted a field interview.
TRAFFIC COLLISION – 9:46pm – Lampson/Seal Beach - A dark colored truck hit a pole on the northeast corner. A subject advised that the driver of the truck jumped the fence into the golf course. A tow truck was requested to handle the vehicle and signal maintenance to respond for a down traffic signal. Police were unable to locate a phone number for the registered owner of the vehicle. One subject was arrested for public intoxication and the vehicle was impounded.

February 6, 2013

KEEP THE PEACE – 9:48am – Monterey Rd. - Assistance was requested in helping the caller retrieve one of their units and the homeowner was giving them a hard time. The machine was not found in the residence and the company will issue a bill.
WATER PROBLEM – 5:48pm – Seal Beach Blvd. - It appeared that a water main had broken to the rear of the business, and water was shooting up over the building. The caller advised that a witness told employees that a big rig hit the fire hydrant. OCFA requested Public Works respond regarding the sheared fire hydrant. Report taken. There was pipe damage underneath the fire hydrant, and the area was roped and coned off to be fixed the next day.

February 7, 2013

PETTY THEFT REPORT – 1:43pm – Ocean Ave. - A wooden bench valued at $150 was stolen from the caller’s backyard. There was no suspect information. Report taken.
COUNSELING – 3:43pm – Schooner Wy. - The caller requested that he and his 15-year-old daughter be contacted regarding her being engaged in illegal activity. Counseled.

February 8, 2013

COUNSELING – 11:27pm – Merion Wy. - The caller was receiving threats from a subject who runs a rest home. The caller advised that he also embezzled money from her. Report taken.
SUSPICIOUS PERSON – 9:48pm – Bluebell St. - The subject had been running around with no clothes on. He put clothes on but seemed agitated. He was throwing his arms around as he walked. Police were unable to locate the subject but located a small about of drugs in vehicle nearby.

February 9, 2013

HAZARD – 11:55am – Catalina Ave. - “Children At Play” signs were in the street. Party advised and will comply.
COUNSELING – 7:16pm – Kenwood Rd. - The caller was upset over missing three important pieces of paper and believed that someone stole them. The subject then refused to answer the door and stated that no assistance was needed.

February 10, 2013

DUI – 1:10am – Ocean Ave. - A male subject was double-parked in the middle of the street. Police pulled the vehicle over and conducted a field sobriety test. One male subject was arrested for DUI. The vehicle was parked and secured.
DISTURBANCE (Subjects) – 2:48am - Three females in the room were being loud. When the caller asked them to be quiet, they became argumentative. A female subject got on the line and stated that male with long hair followed them to their room. Counseled.



About the Author

Katie
Born and raised in Orange County, I have a B.A. in English from the University of Southern California. I grew up on Star Trek, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Saturday morning PBS reruns of Doctor Who. I am also a proud volunteer with my local police department.



 
 

 
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