Scanner Reports 10-14-19

By Roger the Scanner Guy

Concerning the news in Santa Barbara, one person cannot be expected to cover all the news that happens in Santa Barbara and that is why it is good to read every news source in Town because what one doesn’t get the other might, though not every single news item is covered. There are several places to check for happenings in our community. I read about two sisters that were sexually assaulted and I had seen the suspect many times walking around my neighborhood. I’m glad they got that guy off the streets.

I write the Scanner Reports and my purpose of doing so is to inform the public of what is going on in Santa Barbara. I like informing the public of crimes so they can take care of their families and secure their homes hopefully not become a victim but if they do know that they can be a survivor also. I also like to inform others of animals in danger like the dog on the Highway Saturday because I am an animal lover it sounded like there were a few of them on the 101 trying to save that dog as well as the CHP. I did not hear whether or not that dog was saved usually I don’t. Still, I post in hopes an animal in traffic will escape and survive. I used to think that I had to cover everything I’m glad since I started in 2009 others have joined in to help, also informing the public of what goes on around town. HERE are YOUR SCANNER REPORTS.

Scanner Reports, Friday:

  • First thing I heard FRYday Morning was a male patient with a stab wound on the left side of his Chest in Lompoc Cal Star was picking him up at the airport for transfer I assume to Cottage Hospital I don’t know if he made it I hope so this occurred on the 400 Block of West Olive.
  • Check the welfare of a female in traffic Guiterrez at Garden street.
  • Med call 2000 Block of State street.
  • Santa Barbara School District offices 459 Audible alarm employee error.
  • Smoke check, no Fire highway 101 South Bound at San Ysidro.
  • Smoke check did not hear of a fire there either 4500 Block of Hollister.
  • Check the Welfare of a transient down in the bushes in the 500 Block of South Salinas.
  • 415 Fight investigation SBHS one of the subjects had a knife.
  • Med Call Carpinteria State Beach 400 Block of Palm Ave.
  • 415 Domestic 1300 Block of San Pascual.
  • Code 40, Drunk down next to a wheelchair in the 1400 Block of Bath street.
  • Northbound 101 at Linden vehicle accident.
  • Robbery investigation at the Police Station occurred Thursday Night at Olive and Valerio streets.
  • Lite Smoke seen near the RR Tracks near Olive Mill Road in Montecito
  • Male wearing a Halloweener mask harassing people at the California Hotel 36 State street, I bet that hotel is haunted
  • Med call East Side Park 200 Block of North Soledad.
  • Fall Victim head injury 4202 Calle Real I wonder if this was the call where an elderly female was pushed from behind and knocked to the ground? It occurred at Highway 154 and Calle Real she was able to get a clear shot of her attacker and his picture is all over Facebook now. Interesting thing about it is that he looks blind in one eye so I don’t know it could have been an accident though it was said he ran away SBPD is investigating.
  • Code 40, Drunk Down 400 Block of East Haley.
  • 415 Transient in his 60’s refusing to leave the parking lot PATH 816 Cacique.
  • 10851 Investigation Vehicle theft Hotel California 36 State street.
  • Med call at the Habit 216 South Milpas street.


Scanner Reports, Saturday:

  • 3900 Block of Maricopa Drive med call.
  • 5700 Block of Via Real in Carpinteria ill subject medical call.
  • 415pc Transient harassing customers in the 3900 Block of State street.
  • 415pc Subject saying he is going to buy a knife and kill someone 100 Block of West Carrillo near Ralphs.
  • 200 Block of West Alamar med call.
  • Public Accident possible Fall Figueroa at Olive streets.
  • Med call ill subject 5700 Block of Via Real in Carpinteria.
  • Ongoing issue of a subject sleeping in a business in the 900 Block of DLV.  I wonder if they lock the door if it’s an ongoing issue?
  • Check the Welfare of  a juvenile saying “No” inside the Mens restroom at the base of Stearns Wharf.
  • Possible 23152 Drunk Driver South on DLV from the 3000 Block a silver Sion
  • Transient disturbing outside 33 State street.
  • 2 Subjects smoking marijuana Film at 11,  4 East Yanonali.
  • First South Milpas Drinkers Film at 12.
  • Unknown if injury accident Carrillo at Bath streets.
  • Check the Welfare of 2 Subjects outside Samys Camera in the 500 Block of State street possibly under the influence of something.
  • Illegal camp 336 East Guitierrez
  • First Block of West Guitierrez another Camp
  • 415 Fight Broodmar Plaza at State street broke up quick
  • 415 Possible 242 Assault at Amtrak 209 State street
  • 2000 Block of Refugio Road possible structure Fire over was on fire
  • Med call 800 Block of Shoreline Drive possible overdose
  • Premises check Washington School 290 Lighthouse.
  • 484 Shoplifting female stealing socks in the 800 Block of State street.
  • Premises check McKinley School 300 Block of Loma Alta
  • Starbucks Parking lot ill subject in a vehicle 1000 Block of CVR.
  • Bird fried on a powerline did not catch location but sounded like Noleta or Goleta I think Engine 13 went out on the call power was out in that area.
  • 3 Juveniles on Bicycles cutting across traffic 35 South Milpas.
  • Premises check on Las Positas, Adams School
  • Heard there was Animal Abuse at the IV Market and that was all a few moments later heard, a male was beating and kicking a dog in a Mercedes Benz and the dog was crying loudly not sure if it was the same call..”Hey dog beater come down here to South Milpas and I will shove my walker where your sun don’t shine!” I hate animal abusers.
  • Possible 273.5 Domestic Violence 100 Block of West Arrellaga, female 242ed Assaulted suspect an Asian male early 20’s in a black Tesla.
  • 415 Family Domestic 3700 Block of Capri Drive
  • Domestic Violence investigation First Block of North Alisos.
  • 415 Domestic At Salinas and Clifton in a vehicle
  • Med Call 1300 Block of Castillo
  • Anapamu at State street 415 Domestic.


Scanner Reports, Sunday:

  • Illegal camper 1300 Block of East Cabrillo
  • 415 Transient refusing to leave the front of a hotel in the 200 Block of Castillo
  • Vehicle stuck on the tracks at Amtrak 209 State street
  • Report of a subject on the Railroad Tracks wearing a black shirt throwing rocks near the 4400 Block of Hollister
  • Fire and Medic’s for a subject laying on the ground in front of the Natural Cafe in the 6900 Block of Marketplace in Goleta
  • Traffic Accident unknown if injury Chapala at Cota streets
  • Structure Fire response 5800 Block of Calle Real CVS Pharmacy
  • 415pc Subject making stabbing gestures holding an unknown sharp object at Victoria and San Andres
  • Male on Chalkhill urinating in public
  • 415pc Neighbors need to get a Bong in the 300 Block of East DLG
  • 21 East Constance med call.- Med Call 3800 Block of State street
  • Highway 101 at Carpinteria Ave vehicle accident
  • Home Depot MarketPlace customer took a wrench from the store to break a child out of a locked vehicle that is what I heard anyway the Fire Department responded but by the time they got there the child was free
  • Reckless Driver Sears Parking lot 3845 State street call was holding probably gone by the time the police got there.
  • 415 Family 100 Block of Necterine in Goleta Med call at the same place
  • Check the Welfare of a male in a wheel chair in traffic at Padre and DLV.
  • 415pc Subjects fighting on Walnut Lane in Goleta at least one injured 100 Block of Walnut Lane some had baseball bats
  • Suspicious subject walking in yards looking in windows 500 Block of East Sola WMA Black shirt, shorts with orange poke a dots, Police were on a possible 600 East Sola.
  • Suspicious Subjects in the Construction site at SBHS in the 700 Block of East Anapamu they were gone by the time police arrived
  • Public Assist at Nookie Rock Park 610 Mission Canyon for a flooded restroom Engine 3 responded
  • Check the Welfare of a dog in a vehicle 320 North Los Carones.


Had a weird morning, had to get up and get some good bottled water in the store to change out Fish Head 3’s aquarium the last time I did it the gravel rocks I used even though they were in a bag, it old and dirty it made the water cloudy had to change it out make it nice and clean. Dropped poor Fish Head in the sink almost lost him felt horrible that I almost lost him. I was trying to put him in this little cup I have for him finally got him in there. When I went to put him back in his aquarium noticed a little piece of turkey sandwich meat in the cup with him. If Oscar Madison had a Betta Fish Fish Head 3 Would be it…On FRYday I walked over to 1032 East Mason St. George Church to see if they were giving out Food Bank Food and they were so I guess my friend went to the wrong place. I was given a box of food which included Sweet Potatoe fries, Pork patties, Canned Tomatoes, Beans, Rice, Peanut Butter, Burger Buns, Chilis, red onions, green peas, canned fruit, a big bag of dried cherries, Decent Grub, if you are in need of food go there and get it Monday, Thursday, Friday 2pm to 6pm. With that Have a wonderful MONday-MONday…Peter, Molly, Belinda, Midnight, Merlin, Angel Baby, Pooh Bear, Tom Cat, Clancy, Thomicina, Tiger, Shadow, FREDDIE!, Maxwell, Lola, PoPo, Tiny, Andy, Fish Heads One, and Two, Poncho, Denny, Jerry, Walter, Fred, Jonathan, C.J., Brad, Billy, Carl, Stan, Kent, ELMO,Patrick, Christy, Diana, Jim, Ross, Rambo, Sherry, Marty, Cop John, David Cox, Po, Eddie, Bambi, Mark, Willie, Lafayette, Ted, Pat, Mavis, Mrs. MacArthur, Bengie, Ricky, Bommy, Poppy, June, Muskie, Magruder, Don, Edwin, Cory, Crazy Ed, Debbie, Ken, Isabelle, Jerry, LUCY! STOBE THE HOBO, KFC, John Hancock, Mickey Mantle, Ernie Banks, Ron Santo, John Havlick, Little Mac, Tom Petty, and Chris Willing We will pee you on WEDnesday.  Later,  Roger


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