Sheriff’s Log: Nov. 24 to Nov. 30, 2022

Avalon Sheriff's Station.

Editor’s note: The fol­low­­­ing is the Avalon Sheriff’s Sta­tion significant incidents report for the period of Nov. 24 to Nov. 30, 2022. 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.

November 24

• Deputies responded to a disturbance at Empire Landing. The caller stated her friend was drunk and wanted to fight everyone at the residence. When deputies arrived the drunken brawler had already departed the location.

November 25

• Deputies responded to a disturbance call on the 100 block of Metropole Avenue. The caller stated a male adult was on the second floor banging on doors and yelling. When deputies arrived the man had located his room and was no longer waking the other guests.

• Deputies responded to a possible traffic collision on the 400 block of Falls Canyon Road. The caller stated an elderly woman was almost hit by a motorcycle. The deputies arrived and wrote a traffic collision report. The case is being investigated by Avalon Station Detectives.

• Deputies responded to a fight call involving two males on the 100 block of Sumner Avenue. When deputies arrived only one of the combatants was at the location. They interviewed the man who stated the other participant was his buddy and they were arguing over his attempt to speak Spanish. A report was written and the case is being handled by Detective Meyers.

November 26

• Deputies were contacted by the sister of an Avalon resident. The woman said she lives out of state and has not been able to contact her sister. She asked if deputies would go to her residence and check on her. The deputies drove to the address provided and determined it was not the correct address for the woman’s sister. The deputies were able to locate the woman at another Avalon address and determined she was doing just fine. She said her phone was broken and she would reach out to her sister.

November 27

• Deputies responded to a disturbance on the 100 block of Sumner Avenue. The informant stated a female adult with blonde hair was yelling at people. The deputies contacted the woman and her male companion. The couple was counseled and both were cooperative with the deputies.

• Deputies were contacted at the Sheriff’s Station by a tourist who had lost her cellphone. The woman said she left her phone on the Catalina Express and was now tracking it in Avalon. Detective Meyers began tracking the telephone and located it at a residence. He contacted the resident who gladly returned the telephone including all the cash and credit cards that were inside the telephone case. Class act.

November 29

• Deputies were contacted by the sister of a man who was visiting Avalon. The woman said she was concerned her brother was going to harm himself and asked if deputies would check on him. The detective and the sergeant contacted the man at his residence. They recognized the man from a prior contact and assured him they were there to help him. The man showed no signs of wanting to harm himself and stated he needed a break from his family.

• Deputies were contacted at the Sheriff’s Station by a resident who stated a package was stolen from their front porch. The detective conducted an investigation and recognized the porch pirate who was captured on a surveillance camera. The detective contacted the man and rectified the situation. The man was counseled on his behavior and offered help from the detective.

November 30

• Deputies responded to the 300 block of Tremont Street regarding a loud music call. The deputies discovered the location of the music and contacted the man acting as the DJ. The man was very cooperative and told deputies he was celebrating his birthday. The deputies reminded him it was now 3 a.m. and his birthday ended at midnight. The man turned off his music and the celebration came to a close.