Scanner Reports 9-13-17

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I was getting ready for bed the other night, went outside for a minute and I heard a noise from the street like a car door slam. Then I saw a kitten run past my driveway, fast. Then I saw a white Nissan with a bunch of people with their door open in both lanes, then it sped up and disappeared. I went looking for the kitty, who disappeared. When I came back I noticed a burrito on the sidewalk. I picked it up it was wrapped and it was still warm. I threw it away. I got up this morning and went looking for the kitten, but did not find it. I hope it's ok. If I find the little critter, I'll take him or her to my vet, the Cat Doctors, along with Joey; he should go too. Then I'll have two kitties like before. Neighbors have been BOLOed. I dislike jerks who dump animals out like that. Find the little guy a home. Of course, it could have been something much more sinister too. I have been hearing disagreements between neighbors, scumbags have been known to steal pets and dump them out far far away. Years ago when I lived in a rooming house in the 200 block of West Haley, the manager did not like that someone had a cat in the house so he got someone to dump the cat near Storke and Hollister. Ass hats are a good name for these people because that is what they are. On the other hand, if someone is missing a fur baby, either orange or white short haired kitty under a year old, let me know. Maybe we can find the little guy.

Here is your Scanner Reports, Monday:

  • Fire Alarms no fire 2100 block of Grand Avenue.
  • Heard the SBSO on some kind of stand-off in Santa Maria. When they took a subject into custody, the person told the police there was a dismembered judge in the house, but there wasn't. Weird sense of humor.
  • Subject yelling in a parking lot, 5700 block of Hollister at Santa Cruz Market, WMA in his 30's.
  • Highway 101 at the 246, three vehicle accident involving a reckless driver.
  • Female refusing to leave the stairwell at Rabo Bank, 914 Carpinteria Street and smoking weed.
  • Medical call for an allergic reaction in the lobby of the Faulding Hotel, 15 East Haley.
  • Non injury hit and run, east of the 217, 2016 Mazda involved.
  • Convertible red BMW registered in the 100 Block of East DLG non injury hit and run with no damage at Cliff and Meigs.
  • Premises check at Dwight Murphy Field.
  • 200 block of Fifth Street, vandalism to a vehicle.
  • Check the welfare of a subject down on the sidewalk, 32 East Haley.
  • Check the welfare of a subject in a RV, Highway 101 northbound Storke off-ramp.
  • Vegetation fire 4100 block of Figueroa Mountain Road, pole and vegetation fire.
  • Plane crash, no injuries, Santa Ynez Airport.
  • Injury traffic accident, Carrillo and Castillo.
  • Subject refusing to leave Starbucks in the 3800 block of State Street.
  • Medical emergency, Milpas roundabout, 40 South Milpas.
  • Medical for an unconscious subject at Costco on South Bradley in Santa Maria.
  • Vehicle accident, Highway 101 southbound, north of Mission Street, vehicle accident.
  • Santa Rosa Lane YMCA, drunk subject on the bench out front.
  • Medical, backyard of Newhouse, 227 West Haley.
  • Two subjects fighting, 600 block of Meigs, no weapons.
  • Burglary. Someone went to the bathroom, while they were in there someone broke into their apartment and ripped off their laptop, 6500 Block of Seville.
  • An apartment was also ransacked in the 6600 block of Picasso.
  • R.V. fight, first block of Garden, Visitor Center parking lot, occupants of Dolphin RV vs occupants of a red van, unsure if it was verbal or physical.
  • Stolen from area of REI, Ghost mountain bike, suspect WMA in his 40's wearing shorts, a tee shirt, and no shoes, last seen northbound on Anacapa.
  • 200 block of Bell Street, parents fighting over their kid, first verbal then physical.

Scanner Reports, Tuesday:

  • Stolen vehicle 1905 DLV.
  • Someone called 911 and said an employee of a company on North Alisal Road had a gun with extra ammo and that they said they were going to shoot people at work. SBSO responded and I believe they determined the call to be fake.  At least I hope that is what happened.
  • On Zaca Road, someone is stealing the mail.
  • 1200 block of Chino, hit and run investigation.
  • Suspicious circumstances at a motel in the 3500 block of State Street. I did not hear what they were.
  • Murder/suicide in Goleta.
  • SBPD was on a group at Dwight Murphy Park.
  • Self-inflicted gunshot wound, a subject shot themselves in the face in Los Alamos.
  • Tree down in a backyard on Calle Pointe, 1700 block.
  • Man down in the dirt, 1000 block of East Main.
  • At the Paseo Nuevo Social Security office, a subject called 911 and is reporting she thinks that she has been kidnapped.
  • Employees at the Drunken Crab are arguing with each other, they probably ate the crab.
  • Orcutt at Waller, subject getting sassy with the ranger and threw a bottle at someone.
  • Non injury accident, 300 block of Hitchcock.
  • Diabetic emergency at the Chevron, 246 at McMurray.
  • Family in the 800 block of East Anapamu, daughter is refusing to leave the back shed.
  • Premises check, Whole Foods, 3700 block of State Street.
  • Check the welfare of a subject on the sidewalk, 800 block of East Haley.
  • 417 La Patera, abandoned vehicle.
  • Suspicious vehicle, a Lexus SUV with two male juveniles in it all day, in Union Bank parking lot in the 3400 block of State Street. White Lexus SUV with Texas plates.

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

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Roger Sep 13, 2017 04:26 PM
Scanner Reports 9-13-17

I never did find the cat bummer but I did find 3 trolls on edhat who are swimming in my toilet right now.

Flicka Sep 13, 2017 09:17 AM
Scanner Reports 9-13-17

Oh Roger, I hope you can find and save the kitty. How horrible to dump animals, possibly to get hit and killed. Maybe leave a little cat food outside.

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