Suspicious papers. Fliers urging residents to be vigilant about reporting UFOs were left on doorsteps in the 13000 block of Europa Court. The fliers had what appeared to be a federal agency logo on them.
Ignition interlock violation. A driver restricted to driving a vehicle with an ignition interlock system was cited for driving one without one in the area of 170th Street and Henna Avenue.
Suspicious findings. While on routine patrol a deputy observed several vehicles in the Kersten’s Auto Sales lot, 14057 Forest Blvd., with their gas tank doors opened. An employee told the officer the doors were left open intentionally as a way to identify which vehicles need gas.
Public assist. A vehicle parked in the back lot of the Bungalow Inn, 1151 Rivercrest Road, was reported obstructing traffic. Authorities contacted the owner, who was an employee of the Bungalow.
Animal complaint. A resident in the 600 block of Wildwood Road complained that a skunk keeps coming onto her property and spraying.
Check welfare. An officer was dispatched to a bus stop in the 6500 block of 15th Street on a report of a juvenile who had been there for more than an hour. The juvenile told the officer she was texting friends using the Wi-Fi in the area because she didn’t have it at home. Her sister picked her up.
Road hazard. Two juvenile males were reported riding skateboards in the middle of the road in the area of 10th Street and Hadley Avenue. An officer made contact with a juvenile carrying a skateboard in the area who admitted riding on the shoulder but not in the street. He was advised of the complaint and agreed to stay out of the street.