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Sheriff's Log Youth Activities League hosts skate- boarding event The following is the Avalon Sheriff's Station significant inci- dents report for the week of May 28 to June 3. "It is important to note that no assump- tion of criminal guilt or affiliation should be drawn from the con- tent of the information provided in this report. Many people who get arrested do not get con- victed or even charged with crimes for which they have been arrested," said Capt. Doug Fetteroll, commander of the Station. Quotes of the Week A resident reported that "I don't measure a man's suc- someone tried to steal their golf cess on how high he climbs but cart from the 300 block of Sumner Avenue. Capt. Doug Fetteroll Station commander May 28 Thomas Perez, M26, a resident of Chino Hills, was arrested for drunk in public after being found partially clothed lying on Sumner Avenue. Shane Jordan, Mt20, was arrested for possession of Psilocybin (Mushrooms) at the Cabrillo Mole. An Avalon resident was cited for possession of marijuana on Pebbly Road at Lover's Cove. Deputies arrested Luis Tamayo, M/27, an Avalon resident, for driving under the influence of alcohol on Pebbly Road. May 29 No significant incidents. May 30 Deputies assisted a local property manager with removing numerous young men from two separate condominium units in the 300 block of Clemente Avenue after their conduct was deemed disruptive and dangerous to the other residents. Irresponsible alcohol consumption was a major factor in the incident. May 31 Three minors were cited for possession of alcohol on Pebbly Road. June 1 Deputies located the suspect who tried to steal the golf cart from the previ- ous night. Johnny Follis, M/28, a resident of Colorado, was arrested for attempt- ed grand theft vehicle and for resisting arrest, resulting in injuries to two deputies. Deputies also arrest- ed Kevin Clemens, M/22, a resident of San Diego, for interfering with the deputies while they were attempting to arrest Mr. Folis. June 2 A 43-year-old Avalon resident was arrested for spousal assault. June 3 No significant incidents. The Sheriff's Youth Activities League held a skateboarding event at the skate park, which featured the return of professional skate- boarder Preston Pollard. The event focused on the impor- tance of wearing helmets and was made possible by Ken Putnam who generously donated 10 skate- boards to the YAL. - The musical entertainment was provided by Ricardo Ramirez and the free food and drinks were pro- vided by CHOICES. Two lucky students won skate- boards donated by Justin Reynolds from Riviera Skateboards. on how high he bounces when he hits bottom"mGeorge Patton, ,ranrmUm otmamtim Aflae Heart Association Amelkan Red Cross Area on ieg ^vagm AagdS Avalon Fire Dqmrtment Avalon Lion's Club Avat0e Rotary Oub Avalon Sheriff Delmrtment Baywaleh Avalon Beaeon House Behavioral Health Services BioScienee Medieo/Ultrasounds  Telephone Aeeess Pgm Catalina Island Women" s Forum Children's Dental Clinic CHOICF CIMC Foundation Covered Californm Dr. Gramme Downey Regional Medical Oz. The Guidance Center Hamilton Relay Harbor General UCLA--Women's Health L.A. Co Dept of Mental Health LA. Co Fire Dept L Co STD Prevention L Co Public Health Leo's Pharmacy Lifefine Golf carts Three golf carts were reported stolen. One was recovered within 10 minutes and had been borrowed by a neighbor. The second was recovered within an hour and was acciden- tally taken by a family member. The third was recovered with 90 minutes and the victim was non-desirous of prosecution. U.S. Army general during Word War II "Success is not final, failure is not fatal; it is the courage to continue that counts."--Winston Churchill, prime minister of MASA Mercy Air National Marrow Donor Pgm National University Nursing Program Nutrition Ink One Igaey Walmart Optometry I S L AND S PA England during World War II Now HIRING Island Spa Catalina (American Leisure, Spa operator) is hiring for all positions. For inquiries please call 31o-51o-2ooo xlz28 or email your resume to mfleteher@amerieanleisure'em CA Licensed Estheticians Cosmetologists -Hair and Makeup Nail Technicians Spa Attendants Spa Front desk and Retail CA Licensed Massage Therapists SANTA CATALINA  ISLAND COMPANY 31o.5zo.2ooo "Coming together is a begin- ning; keeping together is progress; working together is success." --Henry Ford, 20th century automobile industrialist THE CATALINA ISLANDER Friday, June 6, 2014 i 15