When Grannies Go Bad
Two women in their 80s duked it out in a Rancho Santa Margarita apartment. One of the women called the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, complaining that her roommate kicked her out of the home without her oxygen tank after an argument.
Later that evening, deputies were summoned again. This time, a fight broke out between the women. Deputies arrested one, an 82-year-old, and threw her in the slammer on $10,000 bail. This was apparently the latest in .
Who says cops have no sense of humor? Consider this Laguna Beach police report about two raccoons fighting on Coast View Drive: "Both suspects appear to have sustained two black eyes, but neither desired prosecution. They left the scene on foot without further assistance."
The Next Dr. Scholl?
A Coto de Caza woman said an intoxicated teen knocked on the front door of her home and asked if he could massage her feet. When she didn’t express any interest in the invitation, he began walking toward her backyard before leaving.
So Which One Was the Designated Driver?
A Mission Viejo caller asked deputies to check for a man wearing blue saggy shorts and drinking from a bottle of tequila. The caller said the man was possibly sharing sips with the yellow labrador.
Stealing and Drinking Don't Mix
Newport Beach police arrested a man for allegedly stealing jewelry and beer from a Balboa Island home, after an officer found him drunk on a park bench. The suspect allegedly entered the home through an unlocked door, swiped jewelry from an upstairs bedroom and beer from the kitchen, police said.
That same morning, police responded to reports of a drunk man sitting on a park bench in the area. After arresting him for public intoxication, police said they found he had items stolen from the home.
Lost and Found
Misplacing your keys or TV remote is one thing, but an 85-pound yellow labrador? In Los Alamitos, a resident phoned police to report a stolen dog. Uh, not quite. The dog was located in the residence.