Oct. 2: Armed suspicious person reported at 1800 block of Main Street. A 25-year-old male was arrested on suspicion of possessing unlawful paraphernalia.
Oct. 2: Fraud was reported at the 100 block of Ramona Real. $400 was reported stolen from a credit card.
Oct. 3: Commercial burglary at 16600 block of Dove Canyon Road. Salon De Claude and Spa reported $170 stolen.
Oct. 3: Missing person reported at the 25000 block of Poderio Drive. A 44-year-old male was reported missing.
Oct. 4: Residential burglary was reported at the 15600 block of Calistoga Drive. Two kitchen appliances and a refrigerator, all totaling $9,000, were reported stolen from a home.
Oct. 5: Fraud was reported at 400 block of 14th Street. An ID was reported stolen.
Oct. 5: Battery reported at Montecito High School. A victim labeled "confidential" had possible internal injuries.
Oct. 6: Violation of temporary restraining order was reported at the 100 block of 14th Street. A 27-year-old male was arrested.
Oct. 6: Spousal abuse was reported at 25200 block of Hereford Drive. A 43-year-old female was arrested.
Oct. 6: Someone under the influence of drugs was reported at 800 block of B Street. A 46-year-old mae was arrested on suspicion of being drunk in public.
Oct. 6: Defrauding an innkeeper was reported at 1900 block of Main Street. Denny's reported $67.54 stolen.
Oct. 7: A suicide attempt was reported at 2000 block of Via Rancho Dos Ninas. A victim was taken to a 72-hour observation hold.
Oct. 7: Residential burglary was reported at 1600 block of Warnock Drive. A computer, television and sword, totaling $3,000, were reported stolen from a home.
Oct. 7: Petty theft was reported at 700 block of E Street. $300 worth of marijuana was reported stolen and then recovered.
Oct. 7: Vandalism was reported at 1300 block of Main Street. A four-door sedan had $1,000 worth of damage done to it.
Oct. 8: Vandalism of a vehicle reported at 16900 block of Ivy Pass Circle. A two-door sedan reportedly had $1,000 worth of damage done to it and a four-door sedan had reportedly $100 worth of damage.