Assault on Montecito Street

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By Roger the Scanner Guy

Code 245pc: Assault with a deadly weapon, suspect used a concrete block. Code 415pc: Disturbing the peace. Suspect is heading westbound on Montecito. The reporting party had a handgun.

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Roger Jun 10, 2021 10:40 AM
Assault on Montecito Street

415pc Between 2 subjects a transient with rocks and a concrete block then a subject with a loaded gun the transient left the subject put his gun away..

Roger Jun 10, 2021 10:42 AM
Assault on Montecito Street

Don't know what it was about but the transient left after the R.P. pulled out the firearm sometimes you have to defens yourself in this town..

Roger Jun 10, 2021 10:47 AM
Assault on Montecito Street

The Transient will be arrested they caught up with him for ADW and Criminal threats...

doulie Jun 10, 2021 04:00 PM
Assault on Montecito Street

Roger - Did you hear if the cops talked with the RP? "Protecting himself" or not, cops surely more interested in talking to the person with the possible weapon to confirm its status, i.e., is it an actual weapon w/live rounds and CCW permit status if required.

a-1623361005 Jun 10, 2021 02:36 PM
Assault on Montecito Street

Or, one of these days one of these kooks will brandish a real firearm and it could end badly for the victim. So many variables when it comes to someone pulling a gun on you, whether it's real or not, do you want to take the chance? There has been plenty of "brandishing" with real firearms around town. Pellet pistols are usually relatively easy to spot, but people also go to great lengths to alter these to make them look like the real thing. Usually, things happen so fast that you may not have enough time to figure it out before having to make split-second decisions. Just something to think about.

biguglystick Jun 11, 2021 11:10 AM
Assault on Montecito Street

Have you guys driven down the stretch of Montecito st. on the ocean side of the freeway lately?! It's insane. Homeless camps everywhere. It looks a lot like L.A.'s Skid Row. Why can't the city clean this up? Where are our tax dollars going? I am not a hater of homeless people, I feel awful for them, and I wouldn't wish that life on anyone, but we cannot allow our streets to become skid row. If we clean it, they will move along.

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