Sheriff's Blotter: A Guest Who Won't Leave and Rude Gestures

Plus: an OD, doughnuts in inappropriate places and other recent reports from the Orange County Sheriff's Department blotter for Lake Forest.

6:42 a.m. Thursday. A burglary was reported in the 23100 block of Lake Center Drive. The report said a burglary occurred at the Irvine Suites Hotel. Deputies were contacting the front desk. 

4:28 a.m. Thursday. A caller reported a reckless driver in the 23100 block of Orange Avenue. The report said a white Ford Focus was doing doughnuts near the Aliso Creek Apartments. 

6:02 a.m. Wednesday. A petty theft was reported in the 26700 block of Portola Parkway. A Target employee who had security camera footage of two people stealing merchandise wanted to speak with a deputy.

4:49 p.m. Wednesday. Deputies were called to assist firefighters in the 22700 block of Lake Forest Drive. The report said a woman who had overdosed on prescription drugs needed transport from the Eaves Apartments. 

1:48 p.m. Wednesday. Deputies were called to conduct a welfare check in the 25300 block of Mosswood Way. The report said there was use of illegal narcotics in front of a 7-year-old. There were reports of more children in the residence. 

1:16 p.m. Wednesday. Deputies were called to help keep the peace in the 20200 block of Lake Forest Drive. The report said a guest at the Irvine Suites Hotel refusing to check out or pay for more nights. 

At 12:02 p.m. Wednesday. A caller reported a suspicious person in the 23700 block of El Toro Road. The report said several minors were seen doing illegal drugs on the side of the Goodwill building. 

At 8:57 p.m. Tuesday. A reckless driver was reported near the El Toro Road and Trabuco Road intersection. A black Acura was seen cutting off drivers and making rude gestures as they headed west on El Toro. 

Andromeda December 10, 2012 at 04:15 PM
Carlos, thanks for wetting our lips with the salient information on the Lake Forest criminal underworld. Just few casual questions: (1) Did they catch the burglar or just take a report? (2) Did they catch the reckless driver doing donuts or just take a report? (3) Did they catch the shoplifter on camera or just take a report? (4) Did the prescription overdose victim have private medical insurance or was the ambulance ride and medical covered under the free ObamaCare plan? (4) In the use of narcotics in front of the 7-year old case - were any narcotics seized, were the child removed from the home, was anyone arrested or did they just take a report? (5) Did the unwanted guest at the Irvine Suites come up with more cash when the cops showed up or vacate the room? Was there a report taken? (6) Was any medical marijuana seized from the minors reportedly doing drugs next to the Goodwill? Any reports taken? (7) Was the black Acura with occupants making rude gestures stopped and the occupants checked out? Or was there just a report taken? Thanks, Carlos. You do good work.
Mark Seigler December 11, 2012 at 03:58 PM
I'm going to guess the license plate on the black Acura read: "Andromeda"
Andromeda December 11, 2012 at 04:05 PM
Mark Seigler, truth often results in swipes at the messenger. But rarely does it result in acknowledging the truth. Only when it happens to coincide with the agenda of the insulter. But that shouldn't deter the messenger from telling the truth anyway. :)


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