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With Capt. John Hocking Editor's note: The following is the Avalon Sheriff's Station signifi- cant incidents report for the week of Nov. 15 to Nov.. 28. All suspects are presumed inno- cent until proven guilty in a court o flaw. Many people who are arrested do not get prosecuted in the first place and many who are prosecuted do not get convicted. November 19 • Nothing significant to report. November 20 • Deputies received a call of a golf cart that rolled over on Chimes Tower Road. The driver was making a turn on a hill when the golf cart rolled over and injured two juve- niles. The injuries were minor. November 15 • Nothing significant to report. November 16 • Deputies received a call report- ing a person acting suspiciously near Lower Terrance Road and Pebbly Beach Road. The person was yell- ing at people passing by. Deputies cont~/cted the individual and deter- mined no crimes had been corn- mitted. November 17 • Deputies responded to the Avalon School regarding a student causing a disturbance. Deputies sat with the juvenile and were able to calm the student and work out the student's problem. November 18 • Deputies responded to a traf- fic collision at Sumner Avenue and Tremont Street. Deputies arrested and released the driver of the vehi- cle for driving Without a driver's license. November 21 • Deputies received a call of a deer stuck in a fence near Hill Street. Animal Control responded to find a baby deer caught in a metal plank fence. They were able to free the deer. November 22 • Deputies arrested Jose Rodriguez from Avalon for alleg- edly being under the influence of a controlled substance stimulant and for possession ofmethamphetamine. November 23 • No significant incidents. November 24 • Deputies received a call of loud music coming from a residence at Hamilton Cove. Deputies contacted the resident who was cooperative and turned down the music. November 25 • Deputies responded to the 120 block of Sumner Avenue regard- ing a person refusing to leave the residence. When depu- ties arrived, they learned that a 52 year Capt. John old male wasHocking havinga med-Station commander ical p~blem. He wa; transported to the hospital. No crininal laws were violated. November 26 • Douties responded to a stolen golf c~t call at Beacon Street and Clemete Avenue. Deputies learned the go~" cart was not stolen. It had movedto another parking spot with- out theowner's knowledge. November 27 • Douties towed a golf cart that was beng driven on the street with expire( registration in the 120 block of Surmer Avenue. November 28 • Deputies are handling a burglary investigation that occurred in the 600 bbck of Falls Canyon Road. The s!spects stole items from a warehoase. Safe j Notes • It s illegal to drive a golf cart with e~pired registration. 400(,~a) California Vehicle Code. • Roaember it is illegal to pur- chase lcohol for anyone under 2t years c" age. 2565~ of the Business and Professons Code. Our Quality of Service We want to improve -- and you can help us. a sur sy msO imoL h your cS ru to us we wsL sM cc mm msskuL OPt|IN |AN|~ hMpb~Wmemmau~P~,mtqknii, Jlmmmmm, anw,. m~l~mmmmm~am Do you have news? Please e-mail your submissions to editor@thecatalinaislander.com THE CATALINA ISLANDER Friday, Dec. 1, 2017 i 15