Roger has the scanner reports. "It's Friday the 13th. It's one of those things, if you believe in those things."
Roger reports a suspect stole packages from a porch in the area of Milpas and Cacique.
Roger has the scanner reports. "Male sitting out by the garage drinking a beer talking to himself. He was probably reading Edhat."
[Update]: The Santa Barbara Police Department is investigating a stabbing that took place during a fight in the 1300 block of Olive Street Tuesday night.
Roger reports a traffic collision with injuries near State Street and Calle Palo Colorado
Roger reports a traffic collision with an extraction needed on Highway 101 northbound near the Carrillo offramp.
[Update]: A single rollover vehicle accident caused two injuries and slowed traffic on Highway 101 northbound Tuesday morning.
Roger reports a vehicle fire on Highway 101 northbound near 3 Bridges.
Roger has the scanner reports. "Now I must admit I have White Privilege though I don't want it."
Roger reports a traffic collision due to a loose dog on Highway 101 near the Mission Street exit.
[Update]: Caltrans and California Highway Patrol have reopened Highway 154 after being closed due to a small rockslide Sunday evening.
Roger reports an intruder is trying to force open a door to a residence in the 100 block of Middle Road.
Roger reports a man inside a bank on Carpinteria Ave is claiming he has a gun.
Roger reports an attempted package thief was caught in the act in the 1500 block of Chapala.
Roger has the scanner reports. "Be on the lookout of a white male with red hair wearing scrubs driving a sedan harassing a young girl in Lompoc."
Roger reports a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle in the 400 block of S. Salinas Street.
Roger reports a female subject was threatening to shoot people at the DMV in Santa Barbara.
Roger reports a subject is trapped after their vehicle collided with a tree on Alston Road.
Roger reports the Fire Department is responding to San Pascual Street for smoke investigation inside a residence.
Roger has the scanner reports. "SBPD officer on several subjects trespassing on the railroad tracks between Milpas and Calle Caesar Chavez. He ran them all for wants and warrants."