Sheriff’s Log: Oct. 27 to Nov. 2, 2022

Avalon Sheriff's Station.

Editor’s note: The fol­low­­­ing is the Avalon Sheriff’s Sta­tion significant incidents report for the period of Oct. 27 to Nov. 2, 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.

October 27

• Deputies responded to Middle Ranch in order to check the welfare of a male adult.

The caller stated she had not heard from her son in two days and she was concerned. The deputies contacted the man who was relaxing on his patio.

The man was in good spirits and was unable to communicate with family due to poor cellular service.

October 28

• Deputies received a call of a noisy dog at Sol Vista. The caller stated the neighbor’s dogs were barking for a couple of hours and bothering him. The deputies knocked at the door but no one was at the residence besides the canines. The deputies knew who lived at the location and contacted him via telephone. The man responded to the home and quickly quieted the pooches.

• Deputies and Baywatch Paramedics responded to Seal Rock regarding a female adult suffering a seizure on a fishing boat. The women was awake and responsive upon arrival.

October 29

• Deputies responded to the 100 block of Sumner Avenue regarding a disturbance. The caller stated a male adult was causing problems with the doorman. When deputies arrived they saw the doorman sitting on top of the suspect. The suspect saw the deputies and told them he loved them. They detained him and arrested Vicente Osegueda, 24, of Avalon, on suspicion of being drunk in public. He was booked at Avalon Sheriff’s Station.

• Deputies responded to a disturbance call at Vons. The caller stated a male was in front of the store yelling and screaming at people. The deputies contacted the man and detained him pending a narcotics investigation due to his behavior and apparent symptomology of drug usage. At the conclusion of the investigation, the deputies arrested the Javier Zayas, 29, of Avalon, for allegedly being under the influence of a stimulant. The suspect was booked at Avalon Sheriff’s Station.

October 30

• Deputies responded to a family disturbance at Tremont Avenue. The caller stated her 13 year old daughter was out of control. The deputies contacted the mother and daughter and attempted to counsel them both. The family told the deputies they are working with the hospital to get help.

October 31

• Deputies responded to a fight call on the 300 block of Metropole Avenue. The caller stated 2 males were fighting in front of the location. The deputies arrived and detained the 2 men. Their MMA match had been halted prior to the deputies arrival. They spoke to both alleged combatants who stated they were only arguing. The deputies sent both men on their way.

• Deputies were conducting foot patrol on the 100 block of Catalina Avenue. They observed 2 men come out of the location holding each other by the neck. They also saw the men push each other to the ground and it appeared they were fighting. The deputies contacted both men and immediately noticed they were drunk. Both men had slurred speech, watery eyes, smelled like booze and could not stand straight. Trevon Moses, of San Juan Capistrano, and Deakon Corliss San Juan Capistrano were both arrested on suspicion of being drunk in public and booked at Avalon Sheriff’s Station.

• Deputies responded to a family disturbance on the 300 block of Metropole Avenue. The caller stated a man and woman were arguing in an apartment and they could hear the man yelling for help. The deputies arrived and conducted an investigation. The victim stated he was kicked and punched by the suspect and that she had broken his glass door. The deputies arrested Suspect Kimberly Kelly, of Avalon, on suspicion of spousal assault and she was booked at Avalon Sheriff’s Station.

November 1

• Deputies responded to a vandalism call on the 300 block of Sumner Avenue. The caller stated his front door was kicked in. The man believes his door was splintered by the local youth who were playing ding dong ditch. The deputies took a vandalism report and the case is under investigation by Avalon detectives.

• Deputies responded to a burglar alarm at latitude 33. The deputies checked the location and all doors/windows were locked and secured. There was no evidence of any break in at the store.

November 2

• Deputies and the Fire Department assisted Avalon School with a Fire Drill. The drill will prepare students and staff in case of an actual emergency.