P.G. Police Blotter 11/12/1999

Juvenile Problem Overdue juvenile on David Ave. Subject picked up and returned to parents. Matter resolved.

Traffic Hazard: Report of traffic hazard at 17 Mile Dr and Lighthouse. No merit.

Employee Theft: At Country Club Gate. Manager wanted to know options in dealing with an assistant manager who had acknowledged stealing from the business. Explained options. Manager will discuss options with business owner. Will contact PGPD if owner decides to pres charges.

Suspicious Circumstance: Juvenile harassment between students. Case only information only taken at this time.

Credit Card Fraud: Credit card charge by AOL was not one belonging to cardholder.

Alarm Activated: Alarm activation at Presidio by resident. Subject so flustered he could not remember the code. Mat­ter resolved.

Traffic Hazard: Report carpet found in roadway at Spruce and 18th. Problem resolved on arrival.

Suspicious Circumstance: Resident on Central returned home and found door open. Interior check requested. Negative results.

Burglary: Past tense burglary by transient tenant. Victim’s daughter knew tenant. Refuses to co-operate.

Found Bike: Counter report. Bicycle placed at city yard.

Stolen Bike: Purple Dyno bike stolen from park.

NIA: Waste Management truck delivering new trash cans hit a tree limb on Ocean View Blvd. City Forestry Dept. and crew cleaned up broken limb. No damage to truck. No one injured.

Injury Accident: Accident at Hwy. 68 at Haul Rd. Two cars involved. One injury. Stood by until CHP arrived.

Juvenile Problem: Report that juveniles in 600 block of Hillcrest are smashing pumpkins. Area checked. Unable to locate.

Missing Adult: Husband reported his wife missing. Last seen when she got off work at Gateway Center.

Noise Disturbance and Alcohol Violation: Hosts cited for providing alcohol to underage drinkers. Three female juveniles taken to PGPD for curfew violation. Turned over to custody of parents.

Commercial Burglary: Lugo’s Shell on Lighthouse Ave. reports approximately $400 missing and a door found unsecured. No signs of forced entry.

Curfew Violation: Three white female juveniles contacted re: curfew. Instructed to go home without delay.

Overdue Juvenile: Adobe Lane mother reports that her 16-year-old daughter is at her boyfriend’s house and won’t come home. Returned home prior to PD arrival.

Noise Complaint: Band rehearsal on l5th St. Group notified of complaint. Activity ceased.

Noise Complaint: Complaint of people on Prescott yelling – Halloween Party – advised to keep noise down

Municipal Code Violation: Report transient sleeping in George Washington Park near Melrose. Unable to locate Hazardous Material Spill Four gallons of white paint spilled on roadway Laurel and 15th. PGFD responded.

Child Welfare Problem: Hispanic male cited for leaving 2-year-old child alone in a parked, locked car.

Dead Body Found: 67-Year-old female on 19th St. found deceased of natural causes. Paul Mortuary responded.

Vandalism and Theft: Catsup and BBQ sauce poured on vehicle. Mailbox missing. No suspects.

White Female Adult injured: White female adult tripped in roadway, injury to nose, teeth, hands and knees. Refused medical. Ice pack only.

Suspicious Circumstance: Attendant at PG Museum reported she left some books unattended and some were taken Information only.

Theft from Auto: White female adult reported that unknown subjects entered her unlocked car and removed CD and stereo.

Domestic Violence: White female adult states that her live in boyfriend threw her to the ground, kicked her, spit on her and pulled her hair. She had bruises and complained of pain. Took pictures of injuries and obtained information regarding suspect. Arrested white male adult for assault. Booked Bail set by Judge Maldanado.

Bike Stolen: Report states unknown persons removed her Huffy 10 speed bike from carport.

Vehicle Entered: Report that a CD and player were stolen from car parked in front of residence on October 29.

Runaway Juvenile: White female juvenile, chronic runaway also by-polar and has not taken her medicine.

Suicide Attempt: Subject on Olmstead, 39, attempted suicide by ingesting 30 pills (unknown type). Transported to CHOMP and detained for 72-hour observation.

Suspicious Circumstance: Reported on Sage Ct. Heard knocking at bedroom fence and sliding door. Described as wearing dark clothing and cap on head. Unable to locate. Resolved. Reporter did not know a friend was knocking on the door. He was not expected.

Graffiti: Caledonia Park defaced with white spray painted letters 1½’ to 2′ high inside and outside of restrooms. Also sprayed on beige ’86 Mercedes parked next to the restroom. No suspect or leads;

Hazard: Assisted and coordinated the closure of Ocean View Blvd., because of high surf coming across the roadway and throwing water and debris in roadway.

Coastal Emergency: Coordinated with PGFD at Lover’s Point when two people were swept off rocks. White male adult rescued. Rescue came too late for white female adult. Body recovered.