8:38 p.m. Friday | 2131 Price Street | Welfare check
But I wanted pie!
A person called Marie Callenders to order a pie. The employee who answered the phone said they were closing early. The caller thought that was strange, because the restaurant is usually open late on Fridays. The caller asked that police check for suspicious circumstances. An officer found a sign on the door saying the restaurant was closing at 9 p.m. for remodeling, which the manager inside confirmed.
3:46 a.m. Sunday | End of the pier | Rescue
That’d be pretty scary at night
Two people were in the water on the north side of the pier. A woman fell into the water and a man went in to help her. The woman was holding on to a pylon, and the man was able to get out of the water after a few minutes. The man was treated for hypothermia and the woman was rescued by firefighters who got into the water with a board.
10:20 p.m. Sunday | Hot Shots | Drunk in public
Two reportedly underage drunk males were refusing to leave Hotshots, and were stealing other people’s beer. Officers were able to find a third man the two were with, but the suspects fled and were not located.
12:22 a.m. Monday | Downtown Pismo | Disturbance
People are strange
An irate woman called 911 to complain about banging and hammering in “downtown Pismo.” The woman refused to give a better location or her address. Officers drove through the area and found workers tearing down a metal tent, although it didn’t appear to be extremely noisy. The workers agreed to stop using hammers and start using wrenches to eliminate noise. However, the cleanup was then expected to take two hours.
3:50 p.m. Monday | End of the pier | Suspicious circumstances
Several juveniles were seen throwing pocket knives at birds on the pier. Officers found that no animal was injured, but counseled the boys.
5:06 a.m. Wednesday | 1100 block Longview | Suspicious circumstances
An unknown-type of animal was on the roof top, jumping up and down and shaking the house. The resident requested officers come inspect the home. The critter was gone by the time they arrived.
7:07 p.m. Wednesday | Shell Beach between Cliffs and Beachcomber | Drunk in public
Bet that was quite a sight
A possibly drunk and topless woman with five chihuahuas on leashes was seen on the beach. The woman did not respond when someone else called out to her, and the waves were coming in toward her. Another person called a few minutes later to report a possibly drunk female passed on the beach. The woman was arrested; her boyfriend came to get the dogs.
9:36 a.m. Friday | 1000 Bello Street | Harassment
Love thy neighbor
A resident said her neighbor threw dog waste at her and then became verbally abusive. The neighbor said the statements were unfounded.
8:38 p.m. Saturday | Spyglass Shell | Welfare check
And I’m done
A customer said he had been outside the Spyglass Shell station for 20 minutes and the door to the station was locked, but all the lights were on. Officers tried contacting responsible parties, but no one on file worked there anymore. Officers finally found the manager, who determined that the employee at the station “abandoned post.” The station was shut down.
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