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March 28-April 3, 2021 Activity Report

Orange County Sheriffs responded to 34 incidents during the week of March 28-April 3, 2021

IncidentTotal
Patrol Check               9
Abandoned Vehicle               2
Disturbance-Music Or Party               2
Keep The Peace               2
Burglary Report               1
Disturbance               1
Fraud Report               1
Illegal Parked Vehicle               1
Stolen Vehicle               1
Welfare Check               1
Sub-Total           21
  
Suspicious Person/Vehicle/Circumstance             6
Burglary or Robbery Alarm             5
Traffic Stop             2
Sub-Total           13
  
Total           34

Click here for the March 28-April 3, 2021 Rossmoor Activity Report.

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

Does the Sheriff’s Blotter include the final determination of the reported incident?

The Sheriff’s Blotter records the initial situation reported by the caller. Sometimes the actual circumstances at the scene differ (greatly) from those provided in the initial report.
 

Additional Questions?

Rossmoor is part of the Sheriff’s Department’s North Patrol Area and they manage all of the records for Rossmoor.

If you have any additional questions about the incidents or would like more details, you can contact the OCSD North Operations office at 714-647-1851.

The North Patrol webpage is here

 

 

 

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