Sheriff’s Log: Sept. 8 to Sept. 14, 2022

Avalon Sheriff's Station.

Editor’s note:

The fol­low­­­ing is the Avalon Sheriff’s Sta­tion significant incidents report for the period of Sept. 8 to Sept. 14, 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.

September 8

• Deputies responded to a disturbance at the Cabrillo Mole. The caller stated a mother and daughter were upset because they lost their boat tickets. Deputies contacted the women and determined they had missed their departing ferry because they had a few too many adult beverages and their friends had taken their luggage. Deputies learned the 2 women were rude and discourteous to Express employees and were denied service. The women were counseled on how to treat others and warned if their behavior continued they would not be allowed on the ferry the next day.

September 9

• Deputies responded to disturbance call at a hotel on the 100 block of Sumner Avenue. The caller stated the TV in the room was very loud and bothering guests. Deputies along with the hotel clerk knocked on the door numerous times and no one answered. The clerk then opened the door and the deputies entered the room. The room was unoccupied, and the TV was on. The deputies turned off the TV and left the hotel.

• Deputies responded to a call of 2 men arguing on the 300 block of Triana Lane. They arrived, saw the men yelling at each other and contacted them. The deputies determined the 2 men were cousins and were discussing family problems. The deputies warned the men if they spoke too loud everyone would know their problems.

• Deputies responded to the Casino regarding a fight call. Upon arrival they observed a man yelling at his girlfriend inside the comedy show. The man was having difficulty standing and appeared intoxicated. Collin Anderson, of Victorville, was detained and arrested on suspicion of being drunk in public. While talking to the man, he told the sergeant he was sorry for being an obnoxious drunk and just wanted to sleep it off in the drunk tank. The suspect was booked at Avalon Sheriff’s Station. The next morning when the suspect was released he saw the arresting deputy and the sergeant walking down the street. He apologized for his behavior and asked for a hug.

• Deputies responded to Sumner Avenue and Tremont Avenue regarding a male adult yelling at people driving by. The deputies checked the location and did not see nor hear the disturbing party.

September 10

• Deputies responded to the 400 block of Crescent Avenue regarding a couple that was passed out.

The deputies arrived and found the couple in a deep slumber and slobbering on themselves.

The deputies awoke the sleepy heads and recommended they sleep in their hotel room and not the benches. They agreed and left the location.

• Deputies responded to a music disturbance on Pebbly Beach Road. The informant stated loud music was coming from the area.

The deputies contacted the property owner and determined the live band was on its last song of an epic set.

September 11

• Deputies responded to a fight call on the 200 block of Bird Park Road.

The caller stated 2 people were fighting at the location. Deputies arrived and contacted 2 men who stated they were handling family affairs. The deputies determined no crime had been committed and left the location.

• Deputies responded to a call at The Plaza.

The caller stated a male adult was yelling at passerby’s and acting aggressive.

The man’s description and behavior matched that of the garlic guy. They contacted the garlic guy and told him his behavior was bothersome to many residents on the island. They also told him to be nice to others. He apologized and went on his way.

September 12

• Deputies responded to the School regarding a burglary report call. The deputies determined a burglary had occurred and a report was written.

The case is currently under investigation by Avalon Detectives.

September 13

• Deputies responded to the School regarding a 2nd burglary report call.

The deputies determined a burglary had occurred and a report was written.

The case is currently under investigation by Avalon Detectives.

September 14

• Avalon Detectives conducted a burglary investigation at the School. The detectives recovered all the stolen items and returned them to the victims. The case is still under investigation.

Sheriff’s Log: Sept. 8 to Sept. 14, 2022