Edited by board administrator March 14, 2016, 12:12 am
By News Reporter:
This week barrio news. For your enjoyment as you read the following news. The best way to prevent crime is to have an active barrio-hood watch. The more eyes we have looking out your house windows the better for the safely of the barrio kids can play in the streets. So, lets report the unusual doings or what is happening in your barrio-hood.
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Investigate person down:
A patrol check was requested for a man seeing lying in a parking lot. The man hadn't slept for 2 days and they had a hard time waking him up. The man's dog stood beside him all the time, The deputies had to feed the dog first to get to the man lying there and to wake him up. The man was from out of state and came to look for his relatives to see if he would get help from them. The man had lost his job, his car, his wife and also his house. When they first got married 20 years ago, his wife used to say, "for better or for worst, until money do us apart".
A caller saw a man looking into windows in the complex. The complex owners were out of town on vacation, said the caller. Sometimes people are looking for empty home to do their wild parties while the owner is gone.
People were racing dirt bikes up and down the street. They were 4 bikes and a dune buggy racing dangerously. Some barrio dogs were chasing the bikes up and down the street. One dog was ran over by one of the biker and they all left the scene before the deputies arrived.
Assist outside agency:
The fire department responded to a call regarding a woman, possibly on drugs or alcohol, who appears to be "out of it". The woman seems to be homeless and not in her right mind. She was taken to a near-by barrio hospital for observation and treatment.
A man believe to be a transient attempted to start a fire next to the on ramp. The man said he was hungry and he was trying to get a fire going to heat up a can of food.
A caller complained about residents of a sober living home were shouting and being loud. None were arrested but they told them to keep the noise down.
A caller said a female neighbor came home the previous night extremely drunk and damaged the caller's fence. The female said that she was upset because her husband left her with no money for the weekend to spend on food and beer. Her husband left out of state on his eighteen wheeler and won't come back until 2 weeks from now, the woman said.
A patrol check was reported for people seen "dumpster diving". They were diving from the roof of the building into the dumpster. The dumpster was full of left over scrap-foam pieces from the surfboard manufacture building that was closed after business hours. One teenager was sitting by another dumpster with a nose-bleeding. Another one was limping while he walked to his car. When deputies arrived at the scene, they all took off in their own cars that were parked behind the building.
Drunk in public:
Deputies transported a drunken juvenile home to his father. Where did he got the money to buy beer, his father doesn't know. His son probably sold his shoes because he wasn't wearing shoes when the deputies arrested him.
Two drunken middle age women in a while van were heard saying "we need more wine". Asking passersby, who is willing to buy us more wine to continue the party at the dead end street.
A caller reported 20 juveniles trying to start a fight in the parking lot. The cause for starting the fight was unknown.
Free rent for the taking:
A neighbor reported to the police that a man and a woman were living in his next neighbor house. They have seen the house lights turned on for over a week now. He told police that he knows that his neighbors are in another country on vacation.
The deputies came to investigate the house and found nothing was disturbed or taken. According to the investigation, the man and the woman were buying groceries, eating, watching TV, sleeping during the night and gone early in the morning and then coming back the following nights. The man and the woman were strangers to the neighbors and to the home owners. It's a mystery of who they are and how they got in the house. No damage, nothing stolen, just free rent for the taking by the mystery couple.
Four juveniles jumped the fence to the pool area and refused to leave. They had tire inner-tubes and were playing volleyball with out a net. They had never seen these boys play in the pool before. But, they were having fun and making a lot of noise.
A man in a blue sedan with stuffed animals in the back window, met up with another man in a red jeep. The caller believed they were either using or dealing with drugs.
Well, There you have it, Believe it or not. You be the judge. You had fun, didn't you?
Eye o the barrio-hood news,
Stay tune for more news as we visit the next near-by barrio-hood. Remember, the best way to prevent crime is to have an active barrio-hood watch.
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