Sheriff’s Log: Jan. 29-Feb. 24

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The following is the Avalon Sheriff’s Station significant incidents report for the week of Jan. 29 to Feb. 4.

“It is important to note that no assumption of criminal guilt or affiliation should be drawn from the content of the information provided in this report,” said Capt. Doug Fetteroll, commander of the station.  “Many people who get arrested do not get convicted or even charged with crimes for which they have been arrested,” said Fetteroll.

January 29

• No significant incidents.

The following is the Avalon Sheriff’s Station significant incidents report for the week of Jan. 29 to Feb. 4.

“It is important to note that no assumption of criminal guilt or affiliation should be drawn from the content of the information provided in this report,” said Capt. Doug Fetteroll, commander of the station.  “Many people who get arrested do not get convicted or even charged with crimes for which they have been arrested,” said Fetteroll.

January 29

• No significant incidents.

January 30

• A bone, believed to be human remains related to the Gabrielino Indian tribe, was discovered by a city employee while digging in the 400 block of Crescent Avenue.

January 31

• No significant incidents.

February 1

• No significant incidents.

February 2

• No significant incidents.

February 3

• An Avalon resident reported his cell phone was stolen from his golf cart while it was parked on Avalon Canyon Road.

February 4

• No significant incidents.

Safety message

All 911 phone calls, from Catalina Island, come directly to our Dispatch Center.  

If you call 911 on your cell phone, we will get the call, but not your address, so you will have to provide this information to us.  

If you call 911 from a house or business phone, the address you are calling from will show-up on our phone system.

If the phone rings busy, it is because someone else is calling the station via 911.  

If you have a working cell phone that is not in-service, it can still call 911.  

Please keep these phones away from small children as we get many calls from children playing on phones that tie up the 911 system.   

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