Porsche Detours Onto Lawn, Driver Arrested

Here are five odd, interesting or important crime calls made to the Seal Beach Police Department recently.


  • 01/17/2013—08:47 a.m. — Main and Central — A 4-door 2004 Toyota Camry Silver was reported missing.


  • 01/17/2013 — 9:39 a.m. — Alderwood Lane —  A man said he wanted to take pictures of a group of small children and moms, and then he got angry when one of the mom's said he couldn’t. The man was described as in his 60s and wearing a black jacket and dark slacks.


  • 01/17/2013 —10:02 a.m. — A caller said neighbors were moving out of the apartment complex next door and throwing trash and food on the caller’s yard.


  • 01/17/2013 —10:29 a.m. — St. Andrews Drive — Police were investigating a “homeless encampment" near North Gate and the 405 Freeway. They said they located it, but it was “unoccupied at this time.”


  • 01/17/2013 — 12:51 a.m. — Daisy Street —A caller reported a man driving a yellow 2000 Porsche Carrera convertible recklessly in the area.  The man allegedly drove up on the caller’s sidewalk and left marks on the concrete. The driver also allegedly hit a stop sign on Camellia and ended up on the caller’s lawn. The man was described as “extremely under the influence" and was arrested on suspicion of driving a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs. No injuries were reported. Police staff informed the City's Public Works Department about the downed stop sign. 

Information courtesy the Seal Beach Police Department

CDC January 23, 2013 at 11:18 PM
This is why a lot of people are putting up surveillance cameras in their front yards. If the guy with the Porsche on his lawn had got the car license plate and damage with a surveillance camera he would be calling his lawyer rather than the city public works. These digital surveillance camera kits are dirt cheap now and link to both your computer and smartphone - http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/buy/Camera-Packages/ci/3672/N/4293342854
John Crandall January 23, 2013 at 11:50 PM
Hey CDC My apologies for my unclear writing. It was Police staff who informed public works. Not the caller. I've updated the statement.


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