- 11/14/2012 — 9:50 a.m. — Hazelnut Avenue — A man said he found two handguns in his garage under his heating unit, and he did not know who they belonged to. He said he didn't know if they were loaded. The caller said he has lived at the house for 40 years. The weapons were booked for destruction.
FRAUD WITH FAKE MONEY
- 11/14/2012 — 10:17 a.m. — A man in his 20s with brown spiky hair, dark colored sunglasses and a plaid shirt and dark jeans asked a woman for change for a $20 and when he gave her the $20, the woman said it was fake. The woman gave him the $20 back and got her money back. However, she said he was still in the area trying to scam others. Jeffrey Thomas Stea, 22, was arrested on suspicion of forgery.
- 11/14/2012 — 12:21 p.m. — 12th Street — Two men were inside the residence, and the caller did not know who they are. Both were men in there 30-40s, both with goatees, one with a red shirt and the other with a white shirt. The men said they were there to inspect the property. The women who had called said she was behind on her rent. After contacting the property manager, the property manager said the woman had been evicted that morning and the locks were changed on the proprty. The property manager said the owner of the proprty was there when the woman allegedly tried to break back into the home. The woman was also reportedly intoxicated during the eviction process.
- 11/14/2012 — 8:36 p.m. — 4th Street — Two 25-year-old men were selling newspapers, but the caller said it didn't seem legitimate. When the caller told the two "no," they became confrontational. Both men were wearing white t-shirts and black shorts.
- 11/15/2012 — 12:40 p.m. — Ironwood Avenue — A man said a woman who had been stalking him was in front of his residence. She allegedly scratched his face and tried to break down his door. The woman is 44-years-old, 5 feet six inches with a thin build. The caller didn’t see what kind of vehicle she came in, but she reporteldy lives in Marina Del Rey. The subject did not want to file charges.