Scanner Reports 11-22-17
By Roger the Scanner Guy
Trolls have been with us for thousands of beers, they come from Scandinavia, Norway, and Iceland way back when they lived in caves in the mountains. As civilizations developed and grew they moved to the cities, some became cute little dolls with colorful hair. When the internet was invented they moved into computers and were all promoted to Internet Trolls. They have been around Santa Barbara a long time, I used to see them on the walls when I ate at Skandi's, (I wish that place was still open.) Sometimes I'd see them in my drinking days when I'd go without a couple of days. I like them better as cute little dolls, the internet Trolls are a pain in the ass.
There has always been a lot of thefts around here but more so during the Holidays LOCK EVERYTHING UP! I'm sure I will be reminding you more as time goes on. I saw this article in the Sunday Times the otter day where in Orange County over a thousand bicycles were found in one Homeless camp, a thousand bicycles! Also found was an Underground room with wood stairs leading into it 10x10 feet. I think we had one of those rooms a few years ago near the RR Tracks at Calle Caesar Chavez pretty nice work on those homeless camps. I love checking out off-grid housing on the internet though it's illegal.
Speaking of camping if your sleeping outside, remember to place a piece of cardboard between you and the ground or there is a chance you won't wake up. Hypothermia can take you overnight. Another kind of theft that happens around here a lot, vehicle theft. Mostly due to those who leave the keys in the ignition with the vehicle running, even if you're stopping somewhere for a second always shut off your vehicle and take the keys. Just think of what a horrible experience it is to lose your vehicle (part of your life) that quick and how much you would have to go through to get it back that should help.
And with the Holidays comes more depressed folks. A lot of Suicide attempts and Suicidal folks lately. Sometimes I think about doing the Deed. I think it through, my cat would have no one he already lost a couple plus if I wasn't successful it would probably hurt I'm already in pain don't want anymore the pain usually ends the thoughts for me. Someone used to tell me, "We will all be dead soon enough anyway, why hurry it?" True might as well go read a magazine in the Waiting Room.
Here are Your Scanner Roni Reports....MONday:
- Medical call at Chase Palm Park for an ill subject.
- Ill Elderly female 1300 Block of Indio Muerto.
- Check the Welfare of a subject under a tarp at Cabrillo and Milpas.
- 2 Females fighting 500 Block of East DLG the aggressor is wearing a white wife beater t-shirt and associated with a black station wagon.
- County did not get address a guy wants to hang his dog and himself.
- Suicidal female 1000 Block of Cacique wants to suicide by train.
- Another subject was possibly headed to Cold Springs Bridge.
- Right after that someone called in and said they wanted to jump off the Junipero foot bridge police responded and were unable to locate anyone.
- Subject tried to pass Travelers checks at El Rancho Market that were not in his name Subject last seen towards the casino.
- Burglary to a shed 3100 Block of Calle Mariposa.
- Stolen trailer Cathedral Oaks at Glen Annie.
- Domestic fight, male dragging a female by her arm passed BenchMark restaurant toward Chapala.
- Medical emergency after a traffic accident chest pains at K-Mart in the 6800 Block of Hollister.
- Ill subject San Pascual at Sutton.
- Suspicious subject in a wheelchair watching children sell candy 100 Block of East Alamar someone thought it was suspicious.
- Found property a bicycle 24 East Cota.
- Threats investigation mentally ill relative sending pictures to loved ones holding weapons threatening 1800 Block of Mountain Drive.
- Check on a Leaf Blower at the Lemon Tree.
- Attempt sex crime West Side but this side of the freeway Suspect possibly in custody.
- Family fight in the 4400 Block of Carpinteria Ave.
- Female took her meds Kolonapin then went for a drive pulled over on a police request near Gelsons she said before she pulled over she had been involved in an accident that is all I know about that.
- The last thing I heard was the worst 288pc Child Molestation possibly 2 victims suspect 16-year-old neighbor male on the East Side.
Scanner Reports, Tuesday:
- Suspicious circumstances unknown type 700 Block of North Milpas.
- Dog bite 800 Block of Camino Del Sur Pit bull aggressive dog in custody.
- Roommates fight in the 200 Block of North Soledad.
- 2 Subjects passed out behind Super 8 on Hollister.
- Burglary on San Andres.
- Unknown subject sitting outside reporting parties front door in the 200 Block of Castillo.
- 3-4 Transients harassing employees at 1017 State street.
- Foot Patrol First East Anapamu.
- Ranch Club Mobil Estates Overdose.
- Calle Laures at DLV Vandalism to a bicycle.
- Medical call 200 Block of Ellwood Beach Drive.
- An argument over a non injury accident Guiterrez at APS.
- Out of control kid 1100 Block of San Andres.
- Lost Elderly female on South Turnpike lives in Montecito.
- 2 Truck Drivers arguring 20 David Love Place that sounds like a place to make up on not fight.
- Package thieves took packages from the 3300 Block of State street and the 2400 Block of State street possibly homeless.
- Assault victim First North Calle Caesar Chavez HMA 2 black eyes refused treatment left scene.
- Non injury hit and run 2100 Block of DLV VEHICLE PARKED NEAR BY
- 300 Block of Los Carones subject passed out in field next to Fire Station 14.
- Illegal dumping a Piano on the sidewalk in the 4000 Block of Sawyer.
Will that is all outta me for now Have a Happy WEDnesday...Peter, Belinda, Angel Baby, Pooh Bear, Fish Head One, Clancy, Poncho, Jerry, Walter, Fred, Brad, Billy, Jonathan, C.J., Carl, Stan, Kent, ELMO, Patrick, Christy, Cody, Diana, Jim, Marty, Cop John, Isabelle, Jerry, Magruder, Don, Edwin, Rambo, Sherry, Bommy, Poppy, David Cox, Poe, John Hancock, Mickey Mantle, Ernie Banks, Tom Petty, and Chris Willing we will see you on FRYday. Later, Roger