By News Reporter:
What is happening in the barrio-hood.
A man was in a caller's backyard, possibly trying to break in. The man left when the caller confront him. The intruder was described as being 5 feet 7 inches tall, in his 40's with blond hair wearing a dark shirt, shorts and tennis shoes. A gun shot was heard but nobody knew were it came from. They say that in the barrio everyone have a gun in their homes.
Deputies responded to a homeless encampment behind the railroad tracks, out side the barrio-hood. Probably that's where the man came and who was trying to get in homes thru the backyard.
A patrol check was requested for a man seen siting in a black car. The caller said the man had a gray beard and a como hat and looked suspicious but could not provide further information as to what the man was doing. Just that his head was up and down, like he was falling sleep.
A caller reported seeing an 18 to 20 year man wearing a backwards tan baseball cap and carrying an orange bag, loitering near a pool area. The caller saw the same man loitering the day before until a woman with a green mask on her face showed up and they got into a fight over whatever was in the bag. What was in the bag, nobody knows. But, the woman knocked the man down cold and ran off with the bag.
A man called police when his female neighbor climbed his balcony and then fell after someone scared her. The woman fell onto a vehicle windshield, breaking it. The woman told the caller she was extremely drunk.
Subjects in the south part of the barrio were taking apart a light blue car in the carport. The caller suspected the subjects were possibly hiding drugs because this is a regular occurrence. The police was called and the search is in progress.
Illegal parked vehicle:
A woman called to report that a silver van was blocking her driveway and she needed to back her trailer out. Two officers were sent to respond because during a previous incident, the woman caller pulled a double-barrel shotgun on her ex-husband and fought with deputies.
Large explosives were heard. Possibly fireworks were set off at a pink house in the barrio. Deputies searched the house but found that teenagers were cooking pop-corn and watching a movie on a big screen TV in the backyard.
A caller contacted police a second time to report that a homeless woman who was continuing to build a structure and was adding more branches and chairs. The caller was not only concerned because the woman was refusing to leave but also because she is digging the dirt near a propane tank and wires.
A man's ex-girlfriend broke his windows by throwing rocks at him. The ex, a 34 year old woman was last seen running toward east side of the barrio. The Man hopped into his car looking for her but didn't find her nowhere. He thinks that someone was waiting for her a few blocks away and they drove off.
A hotel security call was made regarding a female guest who was in the bar and believe she was drugged. The woman requested the call to the police to be cancelled but deputies responded anyway.
A woman called deputies when her 15 year old son was being uncooperative after having his video games taken away. The boy threw a Slurpee at her, she said. She said her son plays too many video games, he does do his shores and goes to sleep very late every night. Her husband left her because he couldn't control his son and he wasn't getting any support from his wife regarding this problem.
Three men were in a fight near the restrooms, possible using a bicycle to hit each other. When deputies arrived two men ran and hid behind the bushes and one men was caught with a broken bike and bleeding from his right leg.
A patrol check was requested for a man, possibly with mental illness, screaming at passerby. The man was described as his 40's with buzzard hair, wearing brown pants, no shirt and no shoes.
A patrol check was requested for a man who was talking to himself and waving his arms around in a fast food restaurant parking lot. The man was wearing an old hat, leather jacket, jeans, sandals and no shirt.
A man called to report that two men were kicking his door down. The caller was in a wheelchair and couldn't defend himself. Deputies arrived but the two men ran away.
Disturbance auto involved:
The car alarm of a black or blue dark car was reportedly going off all night. The caller said this has being ongoing problem In the barrio.
Robbery alarm silent:
Deputies were notified when a silent alarm went off. The signal was coming from a panic alarm inside a freezer. A construction crew were working on a walk-in freezer at a fast food restaurant was to blame. The alarm sounded again and again at 2 in the morning.
9-9-9-1-1-1 hang up wireless:
A patrol check was requested when a woman said, the person who was stalking her before is now assaulting her. The line disconnected and there was no answer when the deputies tried to call back.
Well, there you have it. Believe it or not. You be the judge.
Stay tune for more news in the barrio-hood.
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