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Scanner Reports 6-13-14
updated: Jun 13, 2014, 7:00 AM

By Roger the Scanner Guy

FRYday the 13th and a Full Moon to Boot. They say the next time this will occur is in 2049. I don't think I'll be here then. I'm not sure if some of the calls I have heard over the scanner lately have anything to do with FRYday the 13th or the Full Moon, but I guess they could. I would not want to test it by breaking da law. This would be a good day for criminals to take the day off. Of course this is a 5150's Holiday. The Loonies come out of the woodwork during the Full Moon so they say. I used to think I was really loony then I started listening to the scanner more, and reading Edhat, and I am nothing compared to other people. In fact I'm pretty mellow compared to others. I don't think I'm better than they are just because I'm less loony. In reality anyone can lose their marbles though even the ones who determine who's 5150 and who's SNOT, Takes one to know one ya know? Ah, it's just a bunch of Hooey to freak people out. Everyone knows everyone is sane in Santa Barbara but just in case I'll be under the bed until Saturday at Midnight the 14th.

Here is Thy Blessed Scanner Roni Reports, Wednesday Hump Day:

  • Toe injury code 2 Medics 800 Block of Bath Street.
  • Gas Leaf Blower 2500 Block of Treasure Drive.
  • 20002 Non-injury hit and run 1100 Block of Chapala city lot 4.
  • Rolling 415 in a vehicle Male, Female, Child, someone has been possibly drinking Red Saturn registered 200 Block of South Voluntario.
  • SBPD on a group at Pershing Park.
  • Traffic Accident State and Mission one of the drivers has chest pains.
  • Medical Emergency in a sleeping bag in the driveway at OSH, fire and medics unable to locate as patient came to and ran away.
  • Unknown type injury 1800 Block of Clearview Road.
  • Unknown type medical 1700 Block of Anacapa.
  • Subject refusing to leave the Bay Roadhouse in the 200 Block of State Street.
  • SBPD on a domestic violence suspect behind the 3000 Block of State Street.
  • 200 Block of North L Street 242 Assault.
  • Code 2 medics for a traffic accident at Laguna and Victoria.
  • Fall victim 7100 Block of Hollister.
  • Assist Parole arresting an parolee didn't say where.
  • 500 Block of West Anapamu 242 Assault.
  • 415 Domestic 1300 Block of Bath.
  • Attempt suicide in the County self-strangulation.
  • Medical Emergency at the Dolphin Fountain unresponsive female.
  • 20001 Hit and Run with injury Castillo and Montecito.
  • SBPD Cruising around Reddick Street don't know why.
  • My neighbor told me the police were chasing someone around the Hood but I did not hear it,(CHP)
  • Micheltorena and Laguna Adult 27 year old male riding 11 year old boy on the handle bars runs a stop sign and gets broadsided by a vehicle. Damn lucky the kid did not get more serious injuries. Obey Traffic Signs!
  • 415 Domestic at the Doubletree.
  • 2 Thieves in custody at Nordstrom.
  • 415 Male making lewd comments to teenaged girls at DLG Plaza, he's actually trying to pick them up.
  • Fall victim at Garden Court.
  • 10-12 Shots heard on Rattlesnake Trail.
  • Anxiety Attack on Bath Street. I have them over here on Milpas too!
  • Meanwhile over on the 2900 Block of Cliff Drive, the Ex-husband is at the bar drinking alcohol while the kids play outside on the beach. Someone nearby has court papers which state he's not supposed to be doing that.

    Scanner Roni Reports, Thursday:

  • Someone called the city police dispatcher said something about Protective Custody and then said: "This is 911 where we call to shoot police Bang, Bang!" Then they hung up. I think the police said they were not home when they arrived be a good idea not to go home for a while after that maybe take a trip.
  • 6700 Block of Del Playa Seizures.
  • Attempt burglary to the Lobero.
  • Someone had a 40,000 Dollar Warrant out of San Bernardino and they left town at least for a while.
  • Uncooperative dog owner 1200 Block of San Andres.
  • Suspicious vehicle with person inside 2800 Block of Ruby Crest.
  • Attempt Burglary Coldwell Banker 3800 Block of State street.
  • 415 Fight between 2 women in the 300 Block of Lazaro.
  • 415 Fight DLV and Canon Perdido everyone ran before police could arrive.
  • Code 40, Male in his 50's punching the air, spitting at tourists, and trying to sit on people at the Art Museum 1100 Block of State Street.
  • Medical Emergency for laceration to the head and arm at the entrance to Refugio State Beach.
  • Woman shoved down a set of stairs on Armentos Street in the County.
  • Reckless driver 500 Block of Talent Road grey Toyota Tundra followed by reporting party.
  • Medical child with laceration on chin 4000 Block of Via Lucero.
  • 500 Block of West Cota 415 Domestic.
  • Walnut and Hollister subject yelling at himself.
  • Probation check at the rescue mission.
  • Vehicle vs pedestrian 600 Block of Donavan.
  • 211 Robbery investigation occurred Wednesday night near Cajun Kitchen did not mention exact location only that the victim was at home and I'm not writing that address.
  • 135 at Clark vehicle accident.
  • Motorcyclist Down 700 Block of Carpinteria Avenue, Santa Barbara unknown if injury.

    Will that's it outta me for now Have a Wonderful weekend and dog willing we will see you on Monday. Later, Roger


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