4:41 a.m. Tuesday | Hilltop Drive and Fresno Street | Peace disturbance
He wanted to get those papers delivered on time
A person in a dark-colored truck with a loud muffler was disturbing residents. An officer contacted the driver, who turned out to be a delivering The Tribune. He was advised to keep his tires in traction and to slow down.
11:56 a.m. Tuesday | 1191 Creston Road | Other
Breaking all sorts of rules
A caller said a man was at the east entrance of Vons offering to buy people’s groceries with food stamps in exchange for money. The man was wearing a Ghostbusters shirt, carrying a skateboard and sitting next to a “no skateboarding” sign. Officers were unable to locate him.
2:18 p.m. Saturday | 1700 block Ponderosa Lane | Citizen assist
A woman said she was concerned because a neighbor was nailing barbed-wire on the top of their shared fence to keep cats out of his yard.
6:16 p.m Saturday | 1500 block Spring Street | Suspicious circumstances
Creeping other people out isn’t the best solution
A man at the drive-up ATM at Bank of America said the machine took his card. He then said he wanted to watch the woman put her card in and enter her PIN to see if the machine was malfunctioning for everyone. The woman rolled up her windows and left. Officers determined the machine wasn’t functioning.
6:25 p.m. Saturday | 1191 Creston Road | Theft
Who flipped the camera?
A Subway employee reported $375 missing from the deposits and change bags. The video camera in the store had been flipped up at 11:05 the night before. There was no forced entry into the store, which led the caller to believe the door was left unlocked or the person responsible for the theft had a key.