Roger reports a possible trash compactor fire on the loading dock of the Bacara Resort.
Roger reports grand theft in the 100 block of E. Cabrillo.
Roger has the scanner reports. "Code 314: Indecent Exposure, a heavy set male exposing himself to motorists Junipero at State street."
Roger reports firefighters are responding to the Santa Barbara Zoo for a report of a smoking machine.
Roger reports a victim was threatened by a business owner with a golf club in the 300 block of Palm Ave.
[Update]: Santa Barbara Police arrested five robbery suspects at gunpoint and recovered two firearms Friday evening.
Roger reports an attempted armed robbery with a gun in the area of Milpas and Soledad.
Roger reports a suspect is brandishing a gun in the 500 block of W. Gutierrez Street.
Roger reports a pedestrian used a skateboard to smash the windshield of a vehicle on W. Victoria.
Roger has the scanner reports. "Petty theft at the .99 Cent store, the suspect is threatening security. Who steals from the .99 Cent store?"
Roger reports an attempted theft at Hook, Line, and Sinker in the 4000 block of Calle Real.
Roger reports a red Mini Cooper struck a scooter causing and injury and fled the scene near Mission and De La Vina Streets.
[Update]: A truck crashed 100 feet over the side of Highway 154 near Hidden Valley Road Wednesday afternoon
Roger has the scanner reports. "Check the Welfare of someone living in the downtown area a relative got a call from a caller who said they had abducted him, not true."
Roger reports a medical call for an unresponsive subject in a laundry room on San Pascual.
Roger has the scanner reports. "Skateboarders blocking traffic 3900 Block of State in a parking lot, most likely trying to show motorists that skatan is the way."
Roger reports a vehicle collision over Highway 154 turned out to be an abandoned vehicle.
Roger reports a vehicle was seen on fire near Painted Cave on Highway 154.
Roger reports a vehicle crashed into a parked car on Foothill causing an injury
Roger reports a vehicle was covered in bees at Barranca and Las Olas.