Scanner Reports 9-11-17

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Man, the other night I was sitting here watching a show on stalkers and their victims, and the power went out. I was thinking it was going to come back on because it went out earlier in the evening for a second, but it didn't and I thought might as well go to bed. Everything is old in Santa Barbara, so it doesn't hold up as well as it should. The powers that be are only interested in making the outside of Santa Barbara look good so the tourists come and blow all their money. The powers that be don't really care about the year around residents in Santa Barbara. If they did, things would not go out as much. There would be less water main breaks, less power outages, wires arcing, transformers blowing up. If everything was buried, someone else has mentioned that before many times. Mista said that. It's always band aids, simple fixes, till things break down again. The exception I hope is the Castillo underpass. I hope it stays dry and doesn't leak anymore. I hope the company used to complete the work is dependable. Everything should be repaired. You cannot have a solid structure without a good strong foundation. Remember that. I don't know where it came from, must be the weed talking, just saying.

Here is your Scanner Reports, FRYday:

  • Argument over a non-injury accident, 500 block of East Canon Perdido.
  • Drunk driver in a blue Volvo almost hit a pedestrian on Laguna, was followed by the reporting party to 500 East Anapamu, where police responded and someone got busted. When are these DUI drivers going to learn!?
  • SBPD on homeless camp clean-up, 101 northbound at Garden, two people were taken into custody.
  • Two shots heard in the 1900 block of Elwood.
  • Assault investigation at Cottage Hospital ER.
  • Missing at-risk suicidal subject from Kentucky, his cell phone was pinging in the 6200 block of Carpinteria Ave.
  • Medical traumatic injury, 300 block of East DLG, leg injury.
  • Domestic in the bushes, 914 Carpinteria Street in Santa Barbara, near Rabo Bank. Later on, they yelled at me as I walked by, so I did my Ballistic Belinda on them. She would have been proud.
  • SBSO responding to Michael’s for a subject with a felony warrant.
  • Medical call, 1500 block of Cypress Way.
  • Three guys walked away from an accident in the 600 block of West Mission, possible DUI involved.
  • Medical call at the Extended Stay in the 4700 block of Calle Real for seizures.
  • Two vehicle accident blocking northbound Garden off ramp from Highway 101.
  • Man down inside the Neighborhood Bar, Bath at Montecito Streets.
  • Fire alarms but no fire at the California Hotel, 36 State Street.
  • Structure fire on the Upper East Side, put out by neighbors, residents not home. There seemed to be some confusion on the exact location.
  • Check the welfare of the threesome; male, female, and shopping cart, at La Mesa Park, all 3 down near the playground.
  • Some gal trying to pass funny money.
  • Juvenile problem at Alice Keck Park, three juveniles picking up turtles there. It would really suck to be a turtle in Alice Keck Park.
  • Assault at Dunkin Donuts in the 3700 block of State Street.
  • Suspicious circumstances, open side door of insurance company in the 100 block of West Mission. I found an open door once on this building I used to clean in Goleta. I have always been security conscious. Anyway, I walked in, it was a doctor’s office, no one was there and there was over 50,000 dollars in cash sitting on a desk in there. I found the doctor’s card called his answering service. The idiot got mad at me because he had to come out and secure the place. I called the Sheriff too so I'd be covered in case something weird happened. I don't remember who the doctor was but I remember seeing all that money.
  • Assault investigation, Cota at State Street.
  • Medical call, first block of Garden in an RV, chemical burn.

Scanner reports, Saturday:

  • Check the welfare of a subject in the 200 block of Cooper Road.
  • Check the welfare of someone's mother in the 2600 block of State Street who texted their kid at 2am, "Help Me."  It was 9am-ish when the call went out.
  • SBPD going through homeless camps, east of Castillo near the railroad tracks.
  • Drunk man yelling, corner of Carrillo and Chapala.
  • Drunk roommate, male, broke the door to his female roommate’s room in the 300 block of Mesa Lane.
  • Odor of drugs in the 500 block of Kellogg.
  • Woman beat up a man in a residence in the 4500 block of Foothill.
  • Elder abuse investigation 1600 block of Anacapa.
  • Quarter acre brush fire, Highway 135 at Highway One.
  • Medical call for an ill subject in a motel room, Motel 6 4200 block of Via Real.
  • Burglary to a vehicle, 3100 block of Calle Fresno.
  • Stingray sting, 1111 East Cabrillo.
  • Fight, two males in the parking lot of Smart and Final. One was assaulted, so I gather defending himself. Code 2 medics responded.
  • Medical call, 400 Block of Por La Mar Circle.
  • Check the welfare of a dog locked in a vehicle, 222 North Milpas, Trader Joes parking lot.
  • Found property, a backpack, near an elevator, 125 East DLG.
  • Kid fell out of a tree at Tuckers Grove, injured.
  • A subject requesting mental help in the 200 block of North Milpas.
  • Medical burn from smoking with an oxygen tank, 100 block of Grey Ave.

Scanner reports, Sunday:

  • Medical call, Montecito at Quarantina, male down.
  • Bicyclist down, 1600 Block of Calle Kenyon injury.
  • Subject with an open container, first block of East Haley.
  • Appliance fire ceiling fan, 200 block of East Haley.
  • Suspicious subject looking in a white truck Cota and State Street.
  • Fall from a bicycle, El Capitan State Beach.
  • Two transients in the parking lot refusing to leave, 410 State Street.
  • 300 block of Northridge, female found a friend asleep inside of her home, she is afraid her friend might become angry if she wakes her up, so she called the police to wake her up.
  • Transport AMR Cottage Hospital to UCLA.
  • Beached boat below the lighthouse on the Coast Guard property, two souls on board, no injuries, high tide.
  • Transient trying to open the door of the Unitarian Church, 1500 block of Santa Barbara Street.
  • Structure fire, 1000 block of Alisal in Solvang.
  • Vehicle accident, Lakeview at Hillview, SUV vs Motorcycle.
  • Foothill northbound onramp vehicle accident.
  • Medical call, unresponsive female, 600 block of Eucalyptus Avenue.
  • Vehicle accident, non-injury, 400 block of North Glen Annie.
  • Broadway at Main, Santa Maria, vehicle accident.
  • Out of control family member in the bathroom, 700 block of West Anapamu.

Will that is all outta me for now. Have a great Monday. Belinda, Angel Baby, Pooh Bear, Clancy, Poncho, Jerry, Jonathan, C.J., Brad, Billy, Walter, Fred, Carl, ELMO, Kent, Stan, Marty, Cop John, Diana, Jim, Patrick, Christy, Magruder, Don, Cory, Edwin, Rambo, Sherry, Isabelle, Jerry, John Hancock, Mickey Mantle, Ernie Banks, and Chris willing, we will see you on Wednesday. Later, Roger

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Bird Sep 11, 2017 08:38 PM
Scanner Reports 9-11-17

Has Mista moved away? (I haven't read Edhat much recently.) If so, too bad since often his opinions were worth thinking about ...and, for me, often disagreeing with.)

Roger Sep 11, 2017 03:34 PM
Scanner Reports 9-11-17

He had his good points and his bad points mostly based on his opinions..

a-1511266601 Sep 11, 2017 12:19 PM
Scanner Reports 9-11-17

The electrical infrastructure belongs to SCE, not the city or the county. And Mista was pretty clueless.

Flicka Sep 11, 2017 09:26 AM
Scanner Reports 9-11-17

Much of the infrastructure all over the U.S. is in deplorable condition. Likely nothing will be fixed as long as we give tax cuts to the rich and billions to the military.

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