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Crime: This Eagle's Car Flew the Coop—He Thinks

Also, a man decides to stop the noise himself, and the scouts have an unwelcome visitor.

Crime: This Eagle's Car Flew the Coop—He Thinks

Who among us hasn't forgotten where we've placed our keys?

A man was in the office of Santa Margarita Catholic High with his son to report to the Orange County Sheriff's Department that the boy's car may have been stolen.

According to the OCSD blotter, the car was located about 50 minutes later on Alas de Paz—where the boy had left it.

The call was made Monday at 3:12 p.m.

If you want a job done right

A Rancho Santa Margarita man complained about loud music coming from a nearby home. According to the blotter of the OCSD, the man originally wanted to remain anonymous, then thought better of it and advised the desk he was going to confront the neighbors himself.

About 15 minutes later, the man called back to report that the neighbor began yelling at him when he approached about the noise.

Still, the man's complaint about the loud music apparently did not fall on deaf ears. When deputies arrived at the noisy residence Monday at 2:20 a.m., there was no answer at the door but there was no music, either.

The original call from the 200 block of Aliento came at 1:52 a.m.

Catch and release

A man in his 20s carrying a couple of fishing poles was unwelcome at a Boy Scout camp at Oso Lake. The informant signed a private person's arrest against the man, who was cited and released.

The call was made Monday, 9:23 p.m., from the 21100 block of Los Alisos.

The following is a summary report of calls from Rancho Santa Margarita to the Orange County Sheriff's Department on Jan. 28.

Suspicious person/circumstances, Monday, 10:27 p.m., 100 block of Via Contento. A woman reported that someone knocked on her door and covered the peep hole. At the time she called 9-1-1, it was unknown if the person was still at the door.

Welfare check, Monday, 7:55 p.m., on Los Alisos at the 241. An informant called to report a young man in his late teens or early 20s going the wrong way in traffic lanes near Altisima—in his wheelchair. When deputies made contact, the subject reported that his wheelchair had lost power. He was picked up by his father about an hour later.

Disturbance, Monday, 6:25 p.m., from Amistosa. A man was yelling profanities at people passing by. When approached by deputies and told of the complaint, the man was uncooperative.

Abandoned vehicle, Monday, 2 p.m., from Amantes and Iwata. A caller reported a red Toyota Forerunner with expired registration that had been parked in essentially the same location on Amantes for five days. The caller said the owner moved the vehicle about 18 inches every 72 hours.

Citizen assist, Monday, 8:53 a.m., from Via Helena. An informant called regarding her tenant who had been given 30 days' notice in December to leave the premises. The tenant had not been around in the last week and his cell phone was no longer in service. The landlord was concerned and wanted to report the tenant as missing.

Keep the peace, Monday, 7:47 a.m., from Rocky Point. A homeowner on site to do some work around his rental unit complained about a tenant who is known to have weapons and can be verbally abusive at times. Deputies arrived and discovered this is an ongoing civil issue over the home repairs and that there were no weapons registered with police.

Suspicious person/circumstances, Monday, 7:23 a.m., 22000 block of Antonio. A caller reported a man, about 55 years old, in front of Santa Margarita Catholic High who was taking photos and yelling at passing vehicles.

These reports were culled from the Orange County Sheriff's website. Not all facts in each report are made public; the outcome of the report may differ from the original blotter item. There should be no assumption of guilt based on this limited information.

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