Sheriff’s Log: Dec. 9, to Dec. 15, 2021

Avalon Sheriff's Station.

Editor’s note: The fol­low­­­ing is the Avalon Sheriff’s Sta­tion significant incidents report for the week of Dec. 9, to Dec. 15, 2021.

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.

December 9

• Deputies responded to Escondido Road regarding a Panic Alarm activation. Upon arrival they determined the alarm had been accidentally activated and there was no problems at the location.

• Deputies received a suspicious person call at Harbor Sands. The caller stated there were suspicious people wearing hoodies. The deputies conducted a consensual encounter with the suspicious people and determined they were visiting from Avalon. They were only visiting and not involved in any sort of nefarious activity.

December 10

• Deputies were flagged down on the 100 block of Clarissa Avenue regarding a tourist taking the wrong luggage from the ferry. The deputies were able to unite the correct owners with their luggage.

December 11

• Deputies responded to the 100 block of Whittley Avenue regarding a disturbance. Deputies contacted a female adult who was being loud at the location. The female was drinking Red Bull and being loud while talking on the phone. She was cooperative and agreed to keep the noise down.

• Deputies served child support court papers to a resident on the 200 block of Clarissa Avenue.

December 12

• Deputies responded to the 600 block of Crescent Avenue to assist a hunter by verifying and signing his Deer Tag.

• Deputies responded to a business disturbance at the Cabrillo Mole. The caller stated that a male adult was creating a disturbance and arguing with employees. The deputies contacted a male adult who was upset because he was not allowed to board the ferry. The male was denied boarding because he refused to wear a face covering. The deputies advised the male of the federal mandate and determined no crime had been committed.

• Deputies responded to the 200 block of Crescent Avenue regarding a stolen vehicle (golf cart) report call for service. Upon arrival the deputies contacted the golf cart’s owner and conducted an investigation. The deputies discovered the owner had double parked his golf cart on Crescent Avenue in front of Abe’s Liquor. An unknown individual relocated the golf cart and parked it in the alley behind Little Antonio’s Pizza. The golf cart was returned to the legal owner.

December 13

• Deputies responded to the 300 block of Metropole Avenue in order to check the welfare of a female adult. The deputies contacted the female and determined she was fine and did not need medical help.

• Deputies responded to a stolen golf cart call for service on the 200 block of Crescent Avenue. The caller stated he found his stolen golf cart and the suspect was sitting inside the cart. Deputies arrived and conducted an investigation. The deputies determined no crime had occurred and the man had driven off in the wrong golf cart by mistake.

December 14

• Deputies responded to a suspicious person call on the 300 block of Eucalyptus Avenue. The caller stated a male adult was look into residences. The deputies contacted the man and recognized him as an island resident. The deputies determined no crime had been committed and the male was merely walking through town.

December 15

• Deputies escorted and assisted the Department of Children and Family Services. The DCFS agent was on island to conduct follow up checks on families.

Sheriff’s Log: Dec. 9, to Dec. 15, 2021