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Arroyo Grande

• Nov. 19: Some unlucky chap was arrested for three misdemeanors warrants, in a classic case of having craptastic luck.

• Nov. 19: A woman was arrested after being pulled over for traffic enforcement and it was determined that she had been hitting the sauce. A man was stopped for traffic enforcement around 2 a.m. and was found to be too tipsy to drive.

• Nov. 18: Some upstanding youth was busted for shoplifting at Walmart.

• Nov. 18: The District Attorney requested information concerning someone who brandished a flat-head screwdriver at a victim in a threatening manner and chased him or her.

• Nov. 15: Someone was arrested at Panda Express for being drunk in public and no doubt got an express ride to the hoosegow.

Morro Bay

• Nov. 5: Someone in the 100 block of Terra reported larceny, no leads for now, the logs said. No word on what was taken, so it could be grand or petty theft, or a grand petty theft.

• Nov. 5: Someone in the 1700 block of Coleman Dr., lost his or her cell phone and credit cards, and 3 hours later, someone turned in a phone they’d found in the 1200 block of Embarcadero. And back on Nov. 2 someone found a phone in the 1200 block of Main.

• Nov. 5: Police were called at 1:42 a.m. to the 900 block of Main for a report of 15 people fighting in the street in front of The Siren, as the ghost of Happy Jack rises again. The fight was apparently a draw, as no arrests were documented.

• Nov. 4: Police responded at 4:55 p.m. to the 800 block of Embarcadero for a disturbance. A 23-year-old gent was arrested for resisting arrest, a hanging offense in these parts.

• Nov. 4: Police stopped an apparent Speed Racer at 2:50 p.m. at Main and Atascadero Road. The lead foot was cited for speeding.

• Nov. 4: Two cars went boom at 3; at Piney and MBB; one driver was pie-eye and could get a DUI; should the D.A. agree.

• Nov. 3: Police documented an arrest at 5:35 p.m. at the County Jail for alleged possession of suspected drugs.

• Nov. 4: Police responded at 1 a.m. to the 900 block of Main and arrested a 32-year-old man for suspicion of making criminal threats, so words really can hurt ya.

• Nov. 3: Police contacted a regular customer, 49, at 2:30 p.m. around Coleman Park and the apparent dune dweller checked intot he Parkinson Plaza on a warrant.

• Nov. 3: Someone in the 700 block of La Loma was ripped off by some undisclosed forger.

• Nov. 2: Another familiar face was spotted at 9: 12 p.m. at Albertsons and the 31-year-old fellow was nicked on a pair of bench warrants.

• Nov. 2: A citizen in the first block of Kern reported a theft by “false pretenses” and police will hunt the lying scoundrel.

• Nov. 2: Police stopped a suspicious vehicle out at the suspect time of 1 a.m. at the worst possible place — Main and Harbor. Logs indicated the 81-year-old fellow hit the trifecta — suspended license, suspicion of being on a toot, and two bench warrants.

• Nov. 2: Police contacted a suspicious woman at 6:11 p.m. in the 700 block of MBB. The 49-year-old of course had a warrant.

• Nov. 1: Police towed off a boat trailer parked down at the launch ramp because there was no “evidence of registration.”

• Nov. 1: Within 3 hours, one citizen in the 300 block of Bonita reported that someone opened a fraudulent credit card account in his name; then someone turned in a credit card they’d found in the 200 block of Embarcadero.

• Nov. 1: Police stopped a suspicious car at 1 a.m. at Hwy 1 and Main Street. The driver was tossed for a suspended license and suspicion of driving honked.

• Oct. 31: Police stopped a suspicious vehicle at 10:09 p.m. at MBB and Kern and the driver, 46, was allegedly driving UTI and booked into the home for wayward Bacchanalians.

• Oct. 31: There was a hit-n-split at Harbor and Monterey that happened sometime before 6:15 p.m. when it was reported.

• Oct. 31: Someone abandoned a vehicle at the Bayshore Bluffs Park and the offending auto was towed away.

• Oct. 31: Property in the 400 block of La Jolla was vandalized, so round up the usual suspects.

Pismo Beach

• Nov. 20: A guy refusing to leave the Kon Tiki Inn, was told to get lost and not come back.

• Nov. 20: At about 1:30 a.m. a guy was reportedly in someone’s yard on the 300 block of Castaic taking pictures of someone else’s car. When the owner of the car told him to stop he got argumentative, but did leave. He came back again later and police told him to stay in his own house for the rest of the night. At 6:30 a.m., a caller on the 200 block of Castaic reported a man yelling for about an hour and playing really loud music. It was the same dude, go figure. Apparently, he had been drinking and was yelling at the apparent object of his ire — himself — and breaking things.

• Nov. 20: An apparently shady character was in a store at the Outlet Center. She reportedly stole some underwear and a man’s T-shirt. She took off in a car, ran a stop sign and then parked in front of another store. She hit several more stores before the police caught up to her.

• Nov. 20: An injured of sick raccoon was reported near some plants in the Moose Lodge parking lot. The little bandit was gone when police arrived. Maybe it wanted to join the Elks instead.

• Nov. 20: A group of people from France were unaware of our laws and were riding in the bed of a pickup truck with a camper shell on it. Vive la France.

• Nov. 19: A caller on the 100 block of Castaic reported someone running a business out of a motorhome parked on the street. Both the front and rear tires had been marked, but the vehicle had been moved and didn’t appear to be abandoned. No word on the possible monkey business going on inside.

• Nov. 19: A guy reportedly went into Sports Clip to use drugs in the bathroom and then left.

• Nov. 19: Eight adults and two children were stuck in an elevator at the Inn at the Pier. A tech was called to help get the motor started.

• Nov. 19: A caller on the 200 block of Windward reported that the neighbor was filming his kids through the fence with a cell phone while they were skateboarding.

• Nov. 19: An “unruly” customer inside Sketchers didn’t want to leave. Police managed to convince him otherwise.

• Nov. 18: A man and a woman with facial tattoos stole a phone charger and some sweaters from 7-Eleven before driving off.

• Nov. 18: A caller on the first block of Gaviota said their neighbor had been holding estate sales for five weekends in a row. The person running the sale said they would shut it down for the day.

• Nov. 17: A man staying at Oxford Suites, who might have been drinking, reportedly threatened to kill some of the employees, yeah. He also claimed to have killed his girlfriend’s family in Mexico. Oddly, the hotel wanted him evicted. Other men were staying in the room with little mister personality.

• Nov. 17: Two people smoking weed were in a home that was supposed to be vacant on the 700 block of Vista Pacifica. The homeowner had been alerted the night prior by neighbors. He went to the home the next day, and the would-be squatters were still there.

San Luis Obispo

• Nov. 22: A no doubt irate citizen in the 1500 block of Santa Rosa called at 6:42 a.m. to complain about some dingus who parked a Ford Explorer blocking his or her driveway. Logs indicated the call wasn’t dispatched until 7:09, the officer arrived at 7:41, and the case was cleared at 8:07, how’s that for service!

• Nov. 22: The burglar alarm sounded at 5:06 a.m. at Best Buy. Human error was the cause; perhaps they need the Geek Squad.

• Nov. 22: La Cuesta Motor Inn at 3:17 a.m. reported a suspicious trespasser passed out in their breakfast room. The 21-year-old fellow was arrested for trespassing and, get this, making a false bomb threat.

• Nov. 22: Police called the City Public Works out at 3 a.m. to the police station on Walnut for “some sort of water pump screaming.” Earlier, at 9:45 p.m. someone reported a water main break in the 1700 block of Prefumo Canyon Rd., so lots of OT for the water crew.

• Nov. 21: At 11:53 p.m. police were asked to remove a bothersome transient cretin who refuses to leave the Chevron Station in the 2000 block of Monterey. He skedaddled without further fuss.

• Nov. 21: At 10:25 p.m. police were asked to help a motel clerk deal with a guest in the 900 block of Olive at America’s Best Value Inn, who was apparently accusing an employee of some undisclosed skullduggery.

• Nov. 21: Police responded at 9:11 p.m. to report of a domestic disturbance and a woman screaming for help in the 1500 block of Eto. Police calmed the waters for now.

• Nov. 21: At 8:20 p.m. police received a report of a juvenile boy walking away from a Family Care Network facility in town. A missing hooligan report was issued.

• Nov. 21: Police were called to a disturbance at 7:36 p.m. to McDonald’s on Madonna Road where a disgruntled man was cursing at people and — GASP! Smoking! — a hanging offense here in San Lucy. The offensive chimney fish was gone when they arrived.

• Nov. 21: Someone reported a suspicious woman trying to get into a vehicle at 6:31 p.m. in the 3500 block of Sacramento. She was gone, apparently solving the puzzle of the door lock. Fifteen minutes earlier, someone in a MHP on Los Palos reported a suspicious stranger wandering around drunk and lost in the park. He too was gone when they arrived.

• Nov. 21: At 5:15 p.m. someone in the 800 block of Higuera reported some suspected juice weasel stumbling through Downtown. The stumblebum, 34, was checked into the County’s sober living center.

• Nov. 21: Police responded at 5:17 p.m. to the BeeBee Street Bridge where someone had abandoned a homemade, junk-filled trailer with a hot tub on it.

• Nov. 21: Police responded at 5 p.m. to a disturbance in the 600 block of Higuera at Old San Luis BBQ. A transient man had bloody hands from “punching newspaper stands,” a crime worthy of a fate worse than death! And in an unrelated case, at 4:30 p.m. in the 600 block of Marsh another homeless fellow was “kicking himself & [his] backpack,” outside 7-Eleven.

• Nov. 21: Police were called by a citizen in the 100 block of Del Sur who said someone stole a package off his or her front porch, and so the season of Holiday thieving begins.

• Nov. 21: Someone abandoned a car in the 100 block of South outside O’Reilly Auto Parts. A burgundy colored Camaro and a white and tan 5th wheel trailer were left at Rockview and Perkins.

• Nov. 21: Police responded at 12:26 p.m. to the 600 block of Tank Farm Road where the caller said a vehicle was parked off the side of the road and the woman driver is hysterical.

• Nov. 21: Police were notified at 11:44 a.m. of an undisclosed vandalism on the Cerro San Luis hiking trail off Fernandez, no word on whether the watermelon painting hoodlums have struck again.

• Nov. 21: Police were called at 8 a.m. about an obnoxious, transient man, yelling at passing cars at the Amtrak Station on Santa Barbara. Nothing came of it. So naturally, at 10, a transient was reportedly loitering by the 911 Memorial at Fire Station No. 1 just down the street. No word on whether it was the same boorish fellow, though that’s probably the way to bet.

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