Orange County Sheriffs responded to 49 incidents during the week of March 3-9, 2019, a 9% weekly decrease by 5 calls. Weekly increases and decreases included:
- Abandoned Vehicle (-1)
- Assault (-1)
- Bike Stop (+3)
- Burglary and Robbery Alarms – Audible (-5)
- Citizen Assistance (-2)
- Disturbance – Family Dispute/Music or Party (-1)
- Eviction – Warrant Process (+1)
- Found Property (-1)
- ID Theft (-2)
- Illegally Parked Vehicles (+3)
- Keep the Peace (+2)
- Missing Juvenile (+1)
- Narcotic Violation (-1)
- Pedestrian Check (+1)
- Stolen Vehicle (+1)
- Suspicious Person in Vehicle/Person/Circumstances (+1)
- Traffic Stops (-4)
For 34 or 69% of this week’s reported incidents, OCSD officers conducted 11 patrol checks and responded to 7 traffic stops, 7 suspicious persons/vehicles/circumstances, 1 burglary alarm, 3 bike stops, and 5 pedestrian checks. Residents reporting incidents and OCSD officers responding to calls helped deter neighborhood criminal activity.
Click here for the March 3-9, 2019 Rossmoor Crime Report.
For a different incident date range or OCSD service area, visit the Sheriff’s Blotter page at https://ourrossmoor.com/sheriffs-blotter/.
For summaries and data from the 2018 1st, 2nd and 3rd OCSD Quarterly Reports, visit https://ourrossmoor.com/crime-reports-qtr/.
How can you help OCSD keep Our Rossmoor safe? Be Rossmoor’s eyes and ears. Call the OC Sheriff’s Department (714/647-7000) any time you see anything out of the ordinary and call 9-1-1 if there is any kind of an emergency. For tips to keep your family and you safe, visit OCSD’s Stay Safe OC.
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