2:08 p.m. Monday | 1200 block of Shadow Meadow Way | Citizen assist
Check out the chicks
A resident said he left home an hour before, and was concerned the garage door may not be closed. He had baby chicks inside. He said he had a friend in Morro Bay who could possibly check the house. An officer agreed to go by.
3:52 p.m. Sunday | 500 block of 10th Street | Peace disturbance
A resident said their upstairs neighbor was yelling and screaming for unknown reasons. The neighbor did not live with anyone. Officers talked with the neighbor, who apologized and promised to quiet down.
11:54 p.m. Sunday | Lana Street | Suspicious circumstances
A man with a flashlight was looking through cars. Officers stopped the man, who was a resident and said he heard a loud noise and was outside checking.
12:32 p.m. Monday | South River Road | Traffic hazard
Welcome to town
A woman was panhandling in the center divider. Officers talked with her and warned her to not stand in the roadway. She said she was new in town. A man who plays a banjo was panhandling on a nearby corner, but the woman denied knowing him, though he was also new in town.
1:17 a.m. Tuesday | 2900 block of Park Street | Peace disturbance
Quite a ride
A resident said his brother, who had been drinking, was knocking at his front door. The brother had ridden his skateboard from San Miguel to the residence.
8:08 a.m. Tuesday | 900 Park St. | Juvenile problem
Scare them straight
A woman parked in front of the police station and said she had two juveniles in the car who refused to wear seat belts, hit her while she was driving, and and were not behaving. Officers counseled the youth.
5:17 p.m. Tuesday | 900 Park St. | Juvenile problem
Parents just don’t understand
A boy came to the police department to speak with an officer about ongoing problems with his parents. He said he was upset because his mom was telling friends that he tested positive for drugs.
9:14 p.m. Wednesday | 530 28th St. | Malicious mischief
Young love in trouble
Three teenagers in dark clothing were seen tagging the fence at the municipal pool, possibly with a marker. A passerby kept an eye on the youth until an officer arrived. The officer talked with the teens, and found one of them was putting up a note to ask his girlfriend to prom.
11:08 a.m. Thursday | 1626 Vine St. | Suspicious circumstances
A man who lives across the street from a school playground would reportedly turn on his vehicle and run it every time the students were outside playing. The exhaust was said to be strong smelling.
11:44 a.m. Thursday | 500 block of Palm Court | Check the welfare
A resident said a woman was being hit by a caregiver with a ruler or a yardstick. The resident said the person was also hitting animals. He said he was watching all this through binoculars, and could not give an address to where it was occurring. Officers searched the area, but were unable to find anything.
10:10 a.m. Saturday | 800 block of Scott Street | Suspicious circumstances
A resident said a razor blade was found in a food item bought at Big Lots in Atascadero. The person was advised to go back to the store to make a complaint.
11:58 a.m. Saturday | 3200 Spring St. | Suspicious circumstances
A resident was concerned because someone called in a complaint against her for having a loud party. She said it’s happened twice, but she has not had any parties or loud people in her house. The last call was document at 3 a.m., and she and her family had been sleeping, and an officer had determined it was ufounded. The woman did not know who was calling in the false reports.
2 p.m. Saturday | 1215 Spring St. | Peace disturbance
Ay yi yi
A customer at Nuevo Mexico was causing a disturbance because he did not want to pay. Employees originally though he left without paying, but then found he did leave some money on the table. The employee did not think it was enough to cover the cost of the meal. It was later determined the man left $40 on the table after becoming hostile with the attendant. The bill was $42.
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