Morro Bay Police Blotter 3-23-2023

Written by Estero Bay News

March 25, 2023

•March 5: Police responded to the 900 block of Pelican Pl., where some scoundrel busted a window on the back door in an apparent botched burglary attempt. 

• March 3: Police stopped a suspicious vehicle in the 800 block of Monterey Avenue. Logs indicated an 18-year-old woman was nailed for alleged driving hammered.  

• March 3: Police stopped a suspicious vehicle at Main and Radcliff for some unspecified code violation. Logs indicated the driver, 35, had a suspended license, suspended because he’d been caught driving sloshed. The mulish fellow was cited and released on foot.

• March 1: Police responded to an address on Piney Way where a citizen told them he’d had a penny delivered to his residence and when he got home, found the package ripped open and the penny missing. No word on what the loss was, though 1¢ might be a likely guess.

• March 1: Police contacted a suspicious subject in the 400 block of Quintana. Logs indicated the 30-year-old rascal had five misdemeanor arrest warrants and was placed under arrest. While being frisked, officers reportedly found suspected illegal drugs and he’s in a world of hurt now.

• Feb. 28: Police responded to a business on Morro Bay Boulevard for a report of a forged check and grand larceny. Logs indicated the loss was a stinging $1,800.

• Feb. 28: Police contacted a suspicious fellow at Elena and Birch. Logs indicated the 39-year-old model citizen was allegedly in possession of illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia and naturally, a probation violation.

• Feb. 27: Police responded at an unreported time, to an undisclosed location on Morro Bay Boulevard, where an unreported caller said an unidentified person was missing. 

• Note: 

The police logs for the week of Feb. 13-20 were not available for our last edition. We got them last week are running them in this issue.

• Feb. 19: Police contacted a suspicious subject somewhere on Main Street at some undisclosed time. The 52-year-old scofflaw had a felony warrant and was arrested. Low and behold he also allegedly had a crack pipe in his pocket (or hidden somewhere), and was also charged with suspicion of possession drug paraphernalia.

• Feb. 19: Police responded to Albertson’s on Quintana after they reported a persona non grata was inside the store, apparently after previously being 86’d. Police contacted the interloper who was arrested on a pair of bench warrants and hauled to the hoosegow, where, drat the luck, they allegedly found illegal drugs in her possession and added a charge of suspicion of bringing drugs into jail, which while it might sound like a fine way to do time, isn’t allowed.

• Feb. 19: Police responded to the 400 block of Morro Cove Rd., for a disturbance. Logs indicated they discovered an apparent husband-wife team having a raucous row. Logs indicated the wife, 39, was nicked for suspicion of battery, making criminal threats and being lubricated in public. The husband, 43, was arrested for suspicion of battery, and being toddy stricken in public. Both were checked into the Parkinson Plaza. Adding perhaps a bit of insult, their vehicle was towed away for an expired registration.

• Feb. 18: Police stopped a suspicious vehicle on Quintana Road. Logs indicated the lady driver, 25, was cited for a suspended license and released  to hoof it home.

• Feb. 18: Police responded to a bank on Morro Bay Boulevard for a report of a fraudulent bank account withdrawal, but never fear Uncle Joe will no doubt bail them out.

• Feb. 17: Police were called to a business on Quintana Road where presumably a woman said there was apparently a camera in the room where she was getting a wax treatment. No word on who — or what — was being waxed.

• Feb. 17: Police responded to Motel 6 for a report of a domestic dustup in progress. Logs indicated they arrested somebody (not who) on suspicion of inflicting corporal injury on a spouse or co-habitant; child abuse; false imprisonment — kidnapping/abduction; and destroying a cell phone that someone, presumably the victim, was using to call 9-1-1.

• Feb. 17: Police responded at an undisclosed time to an unnamed location on Quintana Road for a traffic collision of some undisclosed nature.

• Feb. 16: Police responded to a disturbance at 1:25 p.m. in the 1700 block of Embarcadero. Logs indicated some unhappy camper was having a bit of a kerfuffle. He was taken to County Mental Health for a 72-hour timeout.

• Feb. 15: Police responded at an undisclosed time to an undisclosed location of Quintana Road for an injury car accident. Logs didn’t say who was involved, who was injured, who was at fault, nor much of anything else frankly.

• Feb. 15: Police responded at an undisclosed time to somewhere on Atascadero Rd.where they took an apparently troubled juvenile boy or girl into custody for a 72-hour mental health hold. No word on whether this was at the high school, but that might be the way to bet.

• Feb. 15: Police contacted a bothersome woman, 39, on Quintana Road making a pest of herself. She got benched for three bench warrants.

• Feb. 15: Police responded to an undisclosed location on Atascadero Road for a reported case of someone committing statutory rape, as in having sexual relations with someone more than 3-years their junior. 

• Feb. 14: Police contacted a suspicious fellow on Quintana Road who was reportedly loitering outside a business to the consternation of the owner. The 38-year-old fellow was rounded up for having four outstanding failure-to-appear warrants. 

• Feb. 14: Yet another Smurf was discovered, this time on Morro Bay Boulevard, who had a trio of bench warrants. He too was thrown into the dungeon.

• Feb. 14: Police responded to the Morro Dunes RV Park in the 1700 block of Embarcadero where some sneaky thief stole a trailer.

• Feb. 14: Someone turned over a bicycle they found somewhere on Harbor Street. And a woman gave police a driver’s license that she found on Main Street.

• Feb. 13: Police stopped a suspicious vehicle somewhere on Quintana Road for some undisclosed code violation. Logs indicated the poor schmoe in the passenger seat, when police ran his name, came back with an arrest warrant. The dumb-luck chap was booked into County Jail.

• Feb. 13: Police responded to Ridgeway Court where they took a report of a missing person, who has no doubt been found by now.

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