Sheriff’s Log: May 23 to 29, 2018

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The attached photo is of the three students that participated in the “Job Shadowing” program. Gerardo Chavoya, Mark Tamayo, and Sebastian Gallegos, pictured above, participated in a “Job Shadowing” program in Avalon The students spent two four-hour sessions shadowing Avalon deputies as part of the career development program in conjunction with the Catalina Island Conservancy and the Avalon School. Photo by Capt. John Hocking, LASD

Editor’s note: The following is the Avalon Sheriff’s Station significant incidents report for the week of May 23 to 29, 2018.

All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Many people who are arrested do not get prosecuted in the first place and many who are prosecuted do not get convicted.

May 23

• Deputies responded to the 124 block of Sumner Avenue regarding a person arguing with others at a business. Deputies determined there were no criminal laws were violated.

May 24

• Deputies responded to the 317 block of Sumner Avenue regarding a vandalism report call. Someone scratched the side of a vehicle. The investigation is ongoing.

• Avalon Sheriff’s Station had three students “job shadowing” deputies for the day. The program was sponsored by the Catalina Conservancy and the Avalon School.

May 25

• Deputies arrested Jeremy Confer from Lakewood on suspicion of being allegedly extremely intoxicated near the Pleasure Pier.

May 26

• Deputies responded to Wrigley Road near Middle Terrace Road regarding an overturned golf cart with one person injured. The injured person was transported to the hospital. The cause of the traffic collision was unsafe speed.

May 27

• Deputies responded to 100 Cabrillo Mole Avenue regarding a possible intoxicated male. Upon their arrival, the male had already left the area and was not located.

May 28

• Deputies and first responders attended the Memorial Day ceremony at the Avalon Cemetery. We remembered those that gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.

May 29

• Deputies attended the CHOICES meeting. CHOICES works to prevent Avalon youth from substance abuse. Many of the city’s leaders participated in the meeting.

Safety Note

Remember to have basic needs, water, food, and first aid kit, in case of an emergency.

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