Scanner Reports 5-26-17
My birthday was weird. They usually are now that I'm alone, though I am a loner and have been most of my life. Little things make my day, the road becomes narrow as I age. My little Fish Head has not been well, but on my birthday he swam up to the surface of his tank, stared at me for a moment and left a bubble. Whenever I feed him, he leaves bubbles as if he is paying for his meal. There are two aquariums side by side now; one for big Fish Head, the other for little Fish Head. They are both Japanese fighting fish, but they don't get angry at each other. Fish Head Sr. watches Fish Head junior swim around as if he is his father. There is no hostility between them; they live in harmony, though it might be different if they were in the same tank. I Bbq’d some chicken legs and they came out really good which is a miracle; my BBQ usually flops. It was a quiet day with weird feelings. Most of my birthdays are.
Scanner Reports Wednesday:
- Domestic, 1200 block of Mercedes Lane.
- Threats investigation, CVS 2900 block of State Street.
- Medical call, 4100 block of State Street, unknown type.
- Burglary on Valerio.
- Suicidal student at SMHS.
- Injury traffic accident, 3300 block of Orcutt Road.
- Vehicle fire, 4300 block of Clubhouse in Lompoc.
- 4800 block of San Gordino, gang type fight, 7-8 subjects. Other reports vary, but that is what I heard. One subject had a knife. All gone when the police arrived.
- Vandalism on Cabrillo.
- Fall victim, head laceration, at Samarkand.
- 2.2 earthquake NE 12 mi out of Ojai.
- Fire reported out on Stearns Wharf. People will care when the wharf burns down.
- Shoplifter at Saks, 1001 State Street.
- Unknown type disturbance at the 7-11 in the 4400 block of Via Real.
- Assault victim with a head injury at 7-11 at 331 West Montecito, uncooperative with responders.
- 2 or 3 subjects disturbing at PATH, 816 Cacique.
- Corn vender, 1100 block of East Mason.
- Hummer vs bicyclist, Bath at Montecito, both were not there when Fire, Medics and SBPD arrived.
- Son disturbing in the 1500 Block of Robbins.
- Medical call, 400 block of Ellwood Beach, choking victim.
- A bunch of losers in a gray Audi egged a vehicle up near the El Encanto Hotel.
- Argument at San Roque over dogs.
- Attempted theft of tools at Sears, 3845 State Street. Subject escaped in a grey 4-Runner.
Scanner Reports, Thursday:
- Homeless male harassing females, 100 block of West DLG.
- Probation check, 400 block of East Anapamu.
- Subject disturbing, 1200 block of State Street.
- Suspicious subject trying doors on homes, 1000 block of Carpinteria in Santa Barbara. Police were unable to locate. I hope he did not find an unlocked door.
- Disoriented subject, 3800 block of State Street at the Mobil station.
- Subject bicyclist tried to steal flowers off of a truck and got caught, 1200 block of State Street, in front of the Granada. Was fighting with truck owner, but left scene before police responded.
- Burglary at SBHS, 700 block of East Anapamu.
- Medical call for a woman not moving inside of a vehicle, Bank of America parking lot, 3790 State Street. Woman was not moving because she was asleep.
- 400 block of Orella Del Mar Drive, medical call for a fall victim.
- Dog owner vs ranger, Guadalupe Dunes. WMA 65 being confrontational toward a female ranger over his dog. She was requesting back up.
- 300 block of East Canon Perdido, vehicle vs bicyclist.
- Rape, unknown location, within the city limits of Santa Barbara.
- Drugs turned into the office, Righetti High School. SBSO to pick up.
- Medical call, fall victim in the parking lot, 1232 DLV, Victoria Street side.
- Possible abandoned vehicle, 2300 block of Oak Park Lane, vehicle tagged for 72 hours.
- Subject harassing passersby and running out in traffic, Cabrillo and State Streets.
- Homeless subject causing a disturbance, 17 West Haley at the Holiday Inn Express.
- Vehicle accident, major injuries, 2100 block of San Marcos Road.
- Subject with vehicle ripped off a case of beer from a delivery truck at Carrillo and Chapala.
- Radio stolen from AM-PM. Suspect last seen on Carpinteria Ave.
Have a great weekend, that is all outta me for now. Belinda, Angel Baby, Pooh Bear, Clancy, Jerry, Poncho, Carl, Stan, Walter, Fred, Brad, Billy, C.J., and Jonathan, Elmo, Cory, Magruder, Don, Rambo, Sherry, Isabelle and Jerry, John Hancock, Mickey Mantle, Ernie Banks, and Chris willing, we will see you on Monday. Later, Roger