Scanner Reports 10-31-18
By Roger the Scanner Guy
Halloween. I have memories of Halloween's past as a kid living in North West Indiana and most are good as the grocery bags filled with candy we scored trick or treating. Back in the day, we went just about everywhere in town to score without fear of bad things happening. I had three solid blocks, I went on a regular basis somewhere around 90 homes and most gave out the best candy bars and usually more than one. We had one incident of some weirdo putting pins in our candy bars, he was identified quickly and disappeared from the HOOD and our lives, he received a long prison sentence, I'm sure. After that incident Trick or Treating for us was never quite the same candy and treats were checked by our parents, our trick or treating routes went from a 3 block radius to two then none. Trick or Treating was forever changed. Now Trick or Treating, if it exists at all is, 2 or 3 hours in the afternoon and candy is given out mostly by businesses in Business Districts, that is sad for the kids but safer too. I don't have any candy for the kids this year, I'll have to put "I owe Yous" in their Trick or Treat Pumpkin heads.
One year I gave out jars of peanut butter, though living in our small community I only had to give out several jars. I refuse to give anyone candy when I no longer have teeth that is a Horror show in itself especially when I smile. I'm not up on the technologies of life but I do have an old TV and VCR/DVD Combo which I prefer and some scary movies which I watch. I have written down a few suggestions for movies for you to watch most are not really that scary more entertaining Here you go: Night of the Living Dead, Halloween, The Fog, The Shining, It, Cabin in the Woods, Children of the Corn, Poltergeist, Sixth Sense, The Others, The Forgotten. The last movie I found on VHS scared me, never heard of it before, but those are the scariest ones, movies you never heard of because maybe they don't really exist. Maybe you watch the movie and disappear inside of it when it's over, but it's never over for you it's really just beginning until of course, the next person makes the mistake of watching it. Happy Halloween and Here are Your Scanner Reports.
Scanner Reports, Monday:
- Picacho Lane Med Call no address given.
- Injury accident Micheltorena at San Andres Vehicle vs Bicyclist.
- Campers camping near the Fig Tree watering it by urinating on it.
- 484 Theft of an ice chest at Carpinteria State Park.
- Subjects blocking an entry way 14 West Valerio.
- Attempt 211 Robbery, and 242 Assault on State street Suspect South on State possibly riding a white bicycle WMA in his 20's wearing a black Addis hoodie, black ball cap, missed exact location of crime sounded downtown.
- Unknown type Med Call at Ralphs 100 West Carrillo.
- 415 Fight 6800 Block of Hollister across from Jack in the Box.
- Premises check Vera Cruz Park
- 415 Disagreement over a stolen phone in the 1000 Block of State street.
- 20002 Non injuty hit and run Lite Blue Audi Bath at Canon Perdido last seen NB on Bath street.
- Hazardous condition Santa Maria Police Department white powder in an envelop.
- Found property in a cart 115 West Canon Perdido.
- Wires Down 300 Block of East Mission.
- 300 Block of Ladera Keep the Peace someone picking up property.
- 459 Burglary SBCC parking lot, suspect was driving a stolen vehicle and was caught in the 300 Block of West Montecito
- Calle Real at Highway 154... 415 Domestic male and female on bicycles possible campers near by.
- Transformer fell on the ground no Fire engine 6 responded and requested Southern California Edison.
- 20002 Non injury hit and run on Linden in Carpinteria all I heard.
- Possible Overdose Unconscious Subject in Rocky Nook Park appears to be snoring.
- Hollister at Kellogg 415 Fight one male hit the other with an orange traffic cone.
- 459 Burglary to a vehicle 5 points a silver Scion
Scanner Reports, Tuesday:
- Vehicle vs Pedestrian injury accident in a parking lot 3607 State street.
- Road Rage near SBCC Parking lot Shoreline at La Marina aggressor following reporting party in a beige Tacoma, then left are traveling North on Castillo at that point reporting party in a black Range Rover wanted no contact, unknown what the disagreement was over besides traffic.
- 415 Homeless subject Oak Park Tennis Courts on a Picnic Table yelling.
- Missing elderly male in the 2800 Block of State street pretty sure he was found.
- 415 Domestic in the 5800 Block of Calle Real Hispanic couple male was grabbing female by the neck.
- SBPD on a subject Almond at Micheltorena unknown why sometimes they just check people out.
- Unconscious subject med call Jalama Park, 9500 Jalama Road.
- Subject loitering in front of an apartment complex in the 3900 Block of Via Lucero associated with a red Dodge Truck, HMA.
- Leaf Blower in the 500 Block of De La Vista.
- SBPD on a 242 Assault suspect at Victoria and Chapala.
- Stray Dog picked up by Animal Control Soledad at De La Guerra.
- UI Male Under the influence of ??? Tried to grab someone in the 3900 Block of State street then continued North toward McDonalds.
- Threats investigation 200 Block of West Islay.-
- Overdose SMHS Adverse reaction to marijuana 4750 Hollister.
- Scam Call from San Diego to somewhere on the West Side of Santa Barbara "Your Mother has been Kidnapped we want Money." If someone kidnapped my Mother they would be offering me money to take her back.
- Premises check Vera Cruz Park.
- 415 Domestic 900 Block of East Rice Ranch Road.
- 242 Assault investigation Cottage Hospital 320 West Pueblo.
- Keep the Peace on an apartment walk through 1700 Block of De La Vina.
- Attempt 242 on an employee at the Canary Hotel by a homeless subject 31 West Carrillo.
- 415 Between an Employee and guest of Motel 6 3505 State street the guest poured hot coffee on the clerk.
- Homeless subject refusing to leave Skaters Point this morning.
Will That is all outta me for Now Have a great HALLOWEEN and stay outta trouble I don't want to mention any of you in the reports....MooooooHaaaHaaaHaaaaaaa!......................Peter, Belinda, Angel Baby, Pooh Bear, Tom Cat, Clancy, Thomicina, Tiger, Midnight, Merlin, Lola, PoPo, Shadow, FREDDIE!, Fish Head One, and Two, Poncho, Jerry, Walter, Fred, Jonathan, C.J., Brad, Billy, Carl, Stan, Kent, ELMO, Patrick, Christy, Diana, Jim, Rambo, Sherry, Bommy, Poppy, June, Muskie, David Cox, Po, Marty, Cop John, Eddie, Bambi, Bengie, Rickie, Pat, Mavis, Lafeyette, Ted, Magruder, Don, Edwin, Cory, Isabelle, Jerry, Debbie, Ken, LUCY! STOBE THE HOBO, John Hancock, Micky Mantle, Ernie Banks, Ron Santo, Tom Petty, and Chris Willing we will see you on FRYday. Later, Roger