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Scanner Reports 2-11-13
updated: Feb 11, 2013, 7:00 AM

By Roger the Scanner Guy

Well, well, well, Anutter Monday. They just sneak right up on you, don't they? When you least expect them, there they are...

On Sunday morning I had a rude awakening when those two jerks hit the guardrail on the freeway then ran from Police. Anyone else hear those sirens? It rattled the hell outta my brain and then I went to post it, somewhere along the line my back went out, now I'm in agony. I got an idea though How about an alarm clock with police sirens? That would get people up and moving. For the ex-offender in your life, or the current one. The sirens could be accompanied with someone yelling "Come out with your hands up We got the place surrounded!" Be funny watching people diving under beds and hoping out windows. Just hide their guns if they have em.

So what do people think of the online support for Chris Dorner? He is the ex-police officer who has declared WAR on the LAPD. He killed 3 people and thus far has eluded capture. This is the 4th Day after his truck was found and I feel this DB Cooper Aura about the whole thing. There is at least 17 pages on Face Book some in support, some not for Chris Dorner. While I think there might be something to the LAPD screwing him over or in his mind, they screwed him over. Violence is not the way to fix it. Not in Rogers Book anyway.

All these stories are coming out of the woodwork about police brutality. I was watching one where this 22 year old kid called the cops because these 2 guys beat him up and the police took 45 minutes to respond. This little jack ash was giving the cop poo poo for being late then he starts yelling that he's a US Soldier and getting up in the cops face like a little gnat. You know what a little gnat is? It's a bug that just keeps buzzing your face till it has an accident into the newspaper 30 or 40 times. This punk is screaming "Are you disrespecting me I'm a US Soldier!" Screaming. The cops says in a lowered voice "Are you disrespecting me?" The idiot makes a move for the officer; the police officer has no choice then to slap the little punk to the ground. While the US Soldier is on the ground crying, I hear the cop say "I'm a Marine." That shut the punk up. Later on the kid is getting interviewed by a real journalist he's wearing a Chicago Bulls hat which makes me feel like he's abandoned saying to people he's a US Soldier, and now says "I'm from Chicago" which only scares people from Santa Bruta. I don't support Police brutality but I don't support idiots that axe for a butt kicking either.

I guess I have something else to explain now about calling the police If I hear someone screaming like they are being hurt, or raped, I call the police. If I hear a car crash and it sounds bad I usually call, Sometimes if the accident is nearby I'll go out and see if people are all right. Gun Shots I hardly ever call in, I used to call in the shots all the time and every time I did I was told it was fireworks so I stopped calling them in. It's a waste of time if I heard the gun shot and screaming I'd call it in. If people out there don't like that I don't call in every single thing that happens in my HOOD Please leave your phone number in the comment section when I hear something that I don't think sounds right I will call you to respond and you can decide whether or not to call the police.

It's better to be safe than sorry. Here is Thy Blessed Scanner Roni Reports, FRYday:

  • At around 6:30am on FRYday someone left the mike open and I could hear dialog between a couple of our Emergency Responders Dispatchers. I'm not going to say what agency it was. It was funny because the "Open Mike" usually occurs from a responder's radio, not the Dispatcher. I enjoyed hearing what this dispatcher said much more than just about anything I have ever heard coming out of the scanner. Except back in the early 90's when car thieves ripped several cars off Gregg Motors lot, and also took the Romer Security patrol vehicle.
  • An SBPD Officer was following a Failure to Yield on Highway 101 North Bound the person finally pulled over at 5 Points. Their vehicle hadn't been registered since 2010.
  • 415 at GVCH Black female adult 6 feet tall very strong 215 pounds Police requested by hospital personal. The Police requested The "Frank" units.
  • Sometimes even the police need the Police.
  • Medical Emergency severe stomach pain 500 Block of West Sola.
  • 459 Burglary to a residence 1800 Block of DLV.
  • Group of transients smoking weed in the 500 Block of State Street.
  • Check the Welfare of someone in a room at the Sandpiper Inn 3500 Block of State Street.
  • 415 Transient at the Dolphin Fountain with several Shopping carts raising HELL. Maybe those grocery carts were his flock.
  • Illegal burn 500 Block of West Micheltorena at the RR Tracks.
  • 415 Code 40, Drunk disturbing in the 500 Block of Brinkerhoff.
  • 415 Over a non-injury accident vehicle vs pedestrian Trader Joes parking lot 3000 Block of DLV.
  • Medical emergency unconscious female in the grass 209 State Street.
  • Some Type of 415 in the 1200 Block of Manitou Road.
  • 415 Domestic in the 800 Block of Alston Road.
  • 1000 Block of East Mountain broken water main.
  • 100 Block of West Ortega 415 Domestic.
  • 26 West Anapamu juveniles jumping up and down on vehicles running writing on Business windows.
  • Code 40, 415, Refusing to leave silver car 500 Block of Brinkerhoff.

    Scanner Reports, Saturday:

  • Communication is the Key to Resolution.
  • Medical Emergency for an infant dropped on the sidewalk in front of the MTD 1020 Chapala.
  • 459 Audible alarm on the automatic teller machine in the gift shop at the Zoo 500 Ninos.
  • Medical Emergency 200 Block of West Valerio.
  • Officer Safety on a Be on the Lookout East Bound 246 white 4 door truck with a rifle in a rack on the back window.
  • Overdose Motel 6 upper State.
  • Premise check at the SB public library 40 East Anapamu.
  • Wire Arcing Allen Road, Cliff Drive report of transformer blown and smoking Cliff Drive at Yankee Farm.
  • Medical Emergency for a man who is dizzy, and suffered a back injury on FRYday at the .99 Cent store in the 400 Block of State Street.
  • CSI in the NeighborHOOD Bar on West Montecito I don't know why.
  • Medical Emergency at the YMCA 36 Hitchcock.
  • 154 at Roblar injured dog in the lanes after being hit by a car that kept going. The dog was crying I don't know if the dog made it.
  • 415 Domestic at the Alano Club 235 East Cota police responded a couple times on this.
  • Unconscious subject in the 1700 Block of Belinda Street.
  • A gal named Sherry was trying to hide from her ex boyfiend Phillip whom was looking for her. She called 911 for help as he drove around in his silver Honda Civic threatening her. He reportedly took off before the SO Got there but I think they caught up with him in the Stop and Rob parking lot up the street.
  • City Lot 12 Hit and Run.
  • 415 Domestic at the Laundromat on Cliff Drive 1900 Block.
  • Carbon Monoxide Alarm 200 Block of South Salinas.

    Scanner Reports, No SUNday:

  • Something happened at Parma Park where they had to open a combo lock to open a gate. I'm not really sure what it was but I heard someone say Hang
  • Glider so maybe that is what it was. I hope whoever the Medical is for they are ok.
  • Medical Emergency for a Code Blue in Montecito.
  • 242 Assault on West Main in Santa Maria.
  • Black Mustang convertible stolen somewhere in the city of Santa Barbara.
  • Code 40, Drunk walked into someone's house on Los Aquaries 200 Block
  • 242 State and Haley Assault victim down with facial injuries before fire and medics arrived they were healed and last seen running away from the scene. The victim called up awhile later and said he'd been 211ed or robbed
  • A carbon monoxide alarm went off on Prima Vera.
  • Hit and Run too early this morning center divider Northbound 101 just South of Milpas jerks ran away and when they did every siren in town echoed in my head. Because I live nearby.
  • There was a report of a subject passed out in a green van at Fairview and Hollister in the lane blocking traffic. People called 911 but before they got there he was gone.
  • Suspicious Subject 100 Block of Natoma looking into vehicles heavy set Hispanic male adult.
  • Two males beating each other up near Mac's I think they said.
  • 200 South Milpas Audible alarm went off on business Alarm company reported two males on site people called they did not answer the phone. Police showed up surrounded the place went in with guns drawn. The End.
  • On North Hope Street overdose.
  • People fighting over a parking place 1100 Block of East Cota.
  • Cacique and Voluntario drunk down in the middle of the Street.
  • Woman committed Battery by throwing a cup of coffee on an employee of Santa Barbara Roasting on Parker Way. I used to spend hours there pounding State Street Roast. Ahh, the Good Old Daze.

    That's pretty much outta me for now. It was a pretty quiet weekend I think. Maybe all the Hell Raisers were at home watching CNN or KCAL 9. I kinda got wrapped up in the Manhunt of Chris Dorner myself. Have a Great Monday and Dog Willing Well see you on Hump Day. Roger


     

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