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Sheriff's Log Softball From page 12 Good Citizen Award was arrested for-transportation station looking for help because were Isaac Felix, Mickey Mann for man who repairs a woman's golf cart The following is the Avalon Sheriff's Station significant inci- dents report for the week of June 11 to June 17. "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 of Cocaine, transportation of Marijuana, possession of Cocaine for the purpose of sales, posses- sion of Hashish and possession of Marijuana (more than one ounce). Capt. Doug Fetteroll Station commander they have been arrested," said Capt. Doug Fetteroll, commander of the Station. Juno 11 No significant incidents. June 12 Deputies attended the high school graduation and monitored celebrations throughout evening to ensure everyone had a fun and safe time. There were no significant inci- dents to report. The deputies wish to extend their heartfelt congratulations to all the seniors. June 13 Deputies conducted a narcot- ics interdiction operation, through- out the day, at the Cabrillo Mole. They utilized a sheriff's narcot- ics detection ,dog to help locate suspected narcotics. As a result of the operation, a 26-year-old visitor from Encinitas was cited for pos- session of Marijuana. Additionally, Joseph Candland, M/32, a resident of Arizona, A .   .-'.-- June 14 An Avalon resident reported that his car's windshield was smashed while was parked on Casino Way. June 15 A pair of sandals were stolen from a busi- ness in the 200 block of Crescent Avenue. A residence was burglarized between April 15 and May 7, 2014 in the 300 block of Eucalyptus Avenue. Money and prescription med- ication were stolen from a purse on Pebbly Road. A child endangerment report was taken after two very young children were found by a Good Samaritan at "People's Park." The children were unharmed. June 16 A 32-year-old" visitor from Oakland was cited for possession of Marijuana at Beacon Street and Eucalyptus Avenue. A residence was burglarized in the 200 block of Bird Park Road. - A bicycle was stolen from the 100 block of Metropole Avenue. June 17 A 29-year-old visitor from Inglewood was cited for posses- sion of Marijuana at the Cabrillo Mole. Good Citizen Award An Avalon resident came to the her golf cart was disabled in front of Vons. A deputy went to help, but the problem was complicated. In a search for a mechanic, he called Nate Macktal, at home, and explained the situation to him. Nate offered to help and came to the resident's aid (a lady whom he did not know). He fixed her golf cart and walked home, covered in grease, without expecting anything in return. Many people have commented on how much Avalon has changed over the years, but as long as there are people like Nate Macktal who live here, Avalon will always be a place to be proud of. We would like to recognize Nate as this week's good citizen. Golf carts A golf cart was taken from the 300 block of Marilla Avenue. It was found by deputies a short time later, after it had been moved to the 200 block of Marilla Avenue. A golf cart taken from Sol Vista. It was found 15 minutes later by deputies a short distance from the location. and Edmundo Vega. The second game of the night between Straight Up Builders and the Bluewater Grill went from ho- hum to thrilling. Straight Up Builders got out to a fast start with five runs, three off the home run from Manny Hernandez. In the bottom of the inning, Robert Reyes hit a double for Bluewater Grill, but was left stranded at third. In the top of the second, Straight Up Builders continued pounding out the hits, with dou- , bles from Justin Hernandez, Bart Glass, Charles Nash and Tyson Farley to bring home seven. Straight Up Builders added one more in the third. Bluewater Grill finally got on the board in the third, when Robert Reyes hit a home run with two runners on to collect three RBIS. Bluewater Grill added to their score when four base hits and a triple from Sebastian Sanchez added up to another three runs. After holding Straight Up Builders coreless, Bluewater Grill took that momentum and pounded out six base hits, a dou- ble from Steve Jones, and triples from Robert Reyes and Kenny Friday Saturday Mostly Sunny Mostly Sunny 70/60 69/60 Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 5% Engel to bring home nine runs and take the lead. Straight Up Builders regained the lead in the top of the sixth with an opening inside the park homer from Sergio Rodriguez, followed by a double from Jose Cuevas, a walk, an error and two ground outs to score two more runs. With time expired and one out, Bluewater Grill had two run- ners on for Sebastian Sanchez' 2 RBI walk off double to win the game. Final score was Straight Up Builders 16, Bluewater Grill 17. For Straight Up Builders, Jose Cuevas was three for three with two walks. Bart Glass andCharles Nash also collected three hits. Tyson Farley, Gabriel Torres and Sergio Rodriguez had two hits. With one hit each were Justin Hernandez and Manny Hernandez. For Bluewater Grill, Robert Reyes, Brian Ramirez and Kenny Engel were all three for three. Julian Tejeda, Rich Hernandez, Sebastian Sanchez, Steve Jones, Gil Gamboa and Santiago Martinez collect- ed three hits. Chuy Sillas and Douglas Walker had one hit. 10-21314158191101 11+ I 0-2: Low, 3-5: Moderate, 6-7: High, 8-10: Very High, 11+: Extreme Exposure Date tJ Low Normals 6/9 75 54 71/59 0.O" 6/10 61 56 71/59 0.0" 6/11 65 55 71/59 0.0" 6/12 65 53 71/59 0.0" 6/13 67 52 71/59 0.0" 6/14 72 52 71/59 0.0" 6/15 68 53 71/59 0.0" What is a halo? f 'uoom Jo uns o jo lq.q oql lw,.tjaa sainT1, amos SleSL1O o! jo spnolo ::/i - Circle, Mont. received 11.5 inches of rain in-24 hours, a record for the state. The town of Circle received a total of 16.79 inches of rain that month to establish a rainfall record for any town in Montana for any month of the year. Schedule for Today 6 p.m. Straight Up Builders vs. Catalina Express 7:45 p.m. Bluewater Grill vs. Bravo's Landscaping Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Mostly Sunny Mostly Sunny Mostly Sunny Sunny Mostly Sunny 70 / 61 71 / 61 74 / 62 75 / 59 72 / 58 Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 0% Precip Chance: 5% " ", ! I ' , m, _ Today we will see mostly sunny skies with a high temperature of 70 , humidity of 53%. The record  AM PM hightemperaturefortodayis97setin 1973.Expect Fri 6:17-8:17 6:47-8:47 mostly cloudy skies tonight with an overnight low Sat 7:06-9:06 7:36-9:36 of 60 . The record low for tonight is 50 set in 1949. Sun 7:5,5-9:55 8:25-10:25 Saturday, skies will be mostly sunny with a high Mon 8:45-10:45 9:15-11:15 temperature of 69 , humidity of 68%. Skies will Tue 9:35-11:35 10:05-12:05 be mostly cloudy Saturday night with an overnight Wed 10:25-12:25 10:55-12:55 lw f 60" Expect mstlY surrey skies Snnday with Thu 11:15-1:15 11:45-1:45 a high temperature of 70 . Skies will remain mostly sunny Monday with a high temperature of 71 . Mostly sunny skies will continue Tuesday with a high temperature of 71 . Avalon I  Low tUgh Low Fri 4:24am 10:30am 5:18pm None Sat 5:57am 12:13am 6:09pro ll:28am Sun 7:16am l:16am 6:54pm 12:23pm Mon 8:19am 2:07am 7:36pm l:13pm Tue 9:09 am 2:51 am 8:14pm 1:58pm Wed 9:52 am 3:29 am 8:49 pm 2:38 pm Thu 10:30am 4:04am 9:23pm 3!15pm Catalina Harbor D  Iw,  Low Fri 4:29 am 10:38 am 5:23 pm None Sat 6:02am 12:21am 6:14pm ll:36am Sun 7:21 am 1:24 am 6:59pm 12:31pm Mon 8:24am 2:15am 7:41pm l:21pm Tue 9:14am 2:59am 8:19pm 2:06pro Wed 9:57am 3:37am 8:54pm 2:46pm Thu 10:35am 4:12am 9:28pm 3:23pm New Fri 6/27 Sat Sun Mon First  Tue 7/5 Wed Thu Smari St   A 5:44 a.m. 8:05 p.m. 1:09 a.m. 2:01 p.m. t! dl 5:44nan. 8:06pan. l:46a.m. 3:02p.m. \\;JTJ 7/12 5:44 aan. 8:06 p.m. 2:25 a.m. 4:01 p.m. 5:44 a.m. 8:06 p.m. 3:06 a.m. 4:59 p.m. 5:45a.m. 8:06 p.m. 3:49a.m. 5:55 p.m. ( Last 5:45 a.m. 8:06 p.m. 4:35 a.m. 6:47 p.m. 7/18 5:45 a.m. 8:06 pan. 5:24 a.m. 7:36 p.m. NEWPORT BEACH TO CA--LINA L ., .. ! ''1 ". .... Departs Balboa Pavilion 9am/Return from Avalon departs 4:30pro mE CATALINA ISLANDER ..................................................................................................................... iridaYl June 261 264 i13