5:56 p.m. Saturday | Price Canyon Road | Suspicious circumstances
Two callers said a green light was being shined onto the road and into car windows. The second caller said it was coming from a two- to three-story house at the back of Pismo Heights. Officers said similar a similar incident had occurred the night before. An officer went to a home, where the residents voluntarily broke their green laser light and threw it away, although they still denied ever using it. Nearly an hour later, another person called police to say someone was shining a red laser light on him as he drove by. A second person called to say someone with a large green halogen light was shining it in her husband’s face as he drove by.
8:13 a.m. Sunday | 600 block of Wadsworth Avenue | 911 hang up
Someone called 911 and hung up. Dispatchers called back, and the phone’s owner said the phone was in his pocket.
12:25 p.m. Tuesday | Alex BBQ | Suspicious circumstances
An employee of Alex’s Barbecue said a man tried to use a stolen credit card. The man was wearing a jacket with his name on it. Officers talked with the credit card holder, who said the man was her husband and he had permission to use the card.
12:43 a.m. Wednesday | 890 Fourth St. | Suspicious circumstances
Faulty spidey senses
An AM/PM clerk sensed danger and said two men came into the store. When police arrived, the men had left and the clerk was OK.
6:53 a.m. Wednesday | 300 block of Stimson Avenue | Extra patrol
A resident said he saw someone walk by his front window.
9:45 a.m. Wednesday | 100 block of Bluffs | Civil problem
A resident said he had a friend take his expensive watch to a place in Los Angeles for repair in September. The friend then committed suicide in December. The resident had since found his watch at a pawn shop in Agoura Hills.
1:18 p.m. Friday | 333 Five Cities Drive | Theft
Bad security arrangement
Dispatcher received a third-party report of a shoplifter inside of Rue 21. The shoplifter was reportedly 17 with red hair and a brown hoodie, but it was unknown if it was male or female. The person who called 911 said they received information from the outlet management center who said that Rue 21 is not authorized to call police. Officers checked at the store, where employees said no one was detained and they did not want anything done.
6:12 p.m. Friday | 200 block of Elaine Way | Animal control
A resident said she thinks a rat may have chewed the wires underneath her oven. She saw flames come out of the oven burner. The oven was now off, but it was smoking.
6:59 p.m. Friday | 100 block of Searidge Court | Alarm
A burglary motion alarm was going off at a home. The alarm company called the residence, and a woman answered the phone and said she was not aware of the alarm, and the company had the wrong residence and then she hung up. The alarm company then spoke to a man on their contact list who said it was the correct phone number, and the woman who answered the phone is possibly someone not authorized to be at the residence. Officers went out and said everything checked out OK.
4:07 p.m. Saturday | Pier | Health and safety violation
A person said a man approached him and said he had a “piece of paper that will get him higher than he has ever been.” The person said he believed the man was referring to LSD. The suspect was described a having dreadlocks and a banana, and was carrying a longboard skateboard. Officers found the man and arrested him.
5:27 p.m. Saturday | 500 block of Wadsworth Avenue | Vandalism
A small pair of scissors were stuck in the sidewall of a resident’s vehicle, causing his tire to go flat. The man said similar incidents had occurred within the past year.
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