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A caller from te area of Lawndale Road and Warm Springs Road reported a man the calelr had problems with before was parked nearby. A deputy went out but could not locate anyone.
A vacation rental on Mervin Ave. was the target of extensive vandalism. A neighbor called after hearing a loud verbal argument between a male and a female, and glass shattering at a nearby residence. After a time not hering anything, the caller went over to the residence, looked through the window. It appeared the house had been ransacked. Deputies went out and found extensive damage - broken glass, flipped over furniture, windows broken, a shattered television, a broken glass door and chandelier, etc. The manager of the rental property arrived and gave deputies the name of the last people signed up for the rental, a party from San Francisco. As of press time, the case was still being investigated.
A woman called from the 15000 block of Marty Dr. to report that her boyfriend's ex-wife had been violating a temporary restraining order, and wanted a deputy to talk to her.
A rsident of Horn Ave. reported that a homeless encampmnet was on his property and started a campfire close to the Regional Park. A unit went out to the site, contacted one of the campers, and told him to clean up the site and leave.
Someone had trespassed on a property in the 1400 block of London Ranch Road and left about ten piles of wood chips.