DUI Arrests

Alvaro Luis Morales, 25, Rialto – Sunday, April 23 Traffic Crash

Chad Michael Rood, 27, Laguna Beach – Sunday

Richard Michael Dulsky, 31, Laguna Beach – Friday, April 21

Darryl Anthony Golliday, 52, Anaheim – Friday With a Prior

Adam Stuart Zuckerman, 46, Irvine – Friday Cell Caller, With a Prior

Evan Smothermon, 23, Tustin – Friday 

Ethan Wolfe, 20, Las Vegas – Friday Cell Caller

Barbara Gray Anderson, 72, Capo Beach – Thursday, April 20 Traffic Crash


Incident Reports

Sunday, April 23

Laguna Canyon Road | 21000 Block | Drugs

3:36 a.m. Zachary Guzman, 26, Long Beach, was arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance. 

Legion Street & S. Coast Hwy | Violation of Protective Order, Warrant, Drugs

1:17 a.m. During a traffic stop, Brittany Rockfield, 20, Maryland Heights, was arrested for violating a protective order and a $15,000 warrant for domestic violence. Kevin Walters, 52, Santa Ana, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance. 

Saturday, April 22

Arrests for Being Drunk in Public

George Henry Runckel IV, 39, Laguna Beach

Rachel Marie Owen, 27, Laguna Beach

Brett Bolin, 27, no fixed address

Juvenile, 16, Monrovia

William Edward Hemphill, 66, no fixed address

Cozumel | 200 Block | Warrant

9 p.m. Francisco Remigio, 33, Laguna Beach, was arrested on an outstanding Harbor Court warrant. 

Eiler Larson Lane & Mermaid Street | Traffic Crash

4:43 p.m. A skateboarder was injured after colliding with three vehicles. 

Eiler Larson Lane & Glenneyre Street | Warrants

1:55 p.m. Joanne Wolfe Rich, 63, Laguna Beach, was arrested on two warrants for illegal lodging. 

S. Coast Hwy | 2800 Block | Burglary, Vehicle

1:29 p.m. Overnight, an Audi S3 was entered. Gift cards and a briefcase were taken. The owner was unsure if the vehicle was locked. 

Cliff Drive | 1300 Block | Drugs

1:07 p.m. Irma Vargas, 42, Laguna Beach, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia. 

Friday, April 21

Arrests for Being Drunk in Public

Paige Suzanne Strayer, 44, Laguna Beach

Ursula Patricia Platt, 53, Fullerton

S. Coast Hwy | 1400 Block | Vandalism

11:50 p.m. A man was cited for vandalism after using his prosthetic leg to break windows. 

Cliff Drive | 200 Block | Warrant

3:48 p.m. During a traffic stop, Macy Contino, 22, Laguna Niguel, was arrested on a Harbor Court warrant for driving without a license. 

Center Street | 400 Block | Petty Theft

1:50 p.m. Two tables were taken from a garage. 

High Drive | 300 Block | Fraud

1:36 p.m. A suspect used the RP’s identity to open a credit card account. 

Ocean Avenue | 300 Block | Vandalism

1:30 p.m. A padlock was broken. 

N. Coast Hwy | 100 Block | Grand Theft

9:14 a.m. A radio was stolen. It was remotely disabled.

Canyon Acres & Laguna Canyon Road | Drugs

12:24 a.m. Noah Christian Loera, 20, Claremont, was arrested for transportation of marijuana for sales. 

Thursday, April 20

Arrests for Being Drunk in Public

Dylan Lee Pugh, 23, Laguna Beach

Matthew Colin Jaeger, 24, Laguna Niguel

Ledroit Street & N. Coast Hwy | Stolen Vehicle, Warrant 

12:03 p.m. Officers were alerted to a Dodge Caravan stolen out of Signal Hill on Thursday entering Laguna Beach. The driver, Edgardo Vaca, 33, Long Beach, was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle and an outstanding warrant for possession of a controlled substance. 

N. Coast Hwy | 1400 Block | Burglary, Vehicle

11:24 a.m. The RP’s vehicle was broken into. Unspecified items were taken and the car was scratched. 

S. Coast Hwy | 800 Block | Warrant

8:06 a.m. Amanda Jacobson, 35, Cypress, was arrested on an outstanding West Court warrant. 

Broadway Street | 300 Block | Warrant

1:26 a.m. Michelle Lynn Simms, 28, Laguna Beach, was arrested on a $1,500 warrant for appropriation of lost property. 

Wednesday, April 19

Saint Ann’s Drive | 700 Block | Lost Property

7:56 p.m. Upon returning from a weeklong vacation, the RP discovered that his double barrel shotgun was missing. 

Forest Avenue | 500 Block | Petty Theft

4:23 p.m. An electric guitar was stolen from a truck. 

Chiquita Street | 200 Block | Vandalism 

3:18 p.m. An unknown subject caused $900 worth of damage to sprinklers. 

Baja Street | 1000 Block | Vandalism

1:23 p.m. The lug nuts on the RP’s 2003 Subaru were loosened.

Police Files

Driver of stolen Honda evaded cops Sunday afternoon

Neighborhoods near S. Coast Hwy and St. Ann’s Drive were abuzz late Sunday afternoon by police officers and a circling helicopter. Police issued alerts to the area informing residents that the search was on for a suspected driver of a stolen 1998 black Honda CRV. Officers had stopped the SUV at 4:53 p.m. on St. Ann’s.

Sgt. Jim Cota of the LBPD explained Monday: “The driver exited the vehicle and fled on foot west to the beach. The officer pursued the suspect on the sand for approximately 100 yards. The suspect then accessed a set of private stairs and ran east towards Gaviota Dr. A perimeter was established containing the 700 Block of Gaviota. A helicopter from Anaheim PD and a canine unit from Newport Beach PD responded for assistance.” 

Photo by Louis Weil

Beach access stairway to Gaviota used by the suspect to escape police

Cota added, “Several announcements were made from the helicopter and the PA system of the police vehicle before a search was initiated. The suspect was not located. The outstanding suspect was described as a bald male white with black pants and a gray shirt. The vehicle was recovered and processed for evidence at the scene.” 

15-year-old Huntington Beach girl was very fortunate

A 15-year-old girl from Huntington Beach was hit in the southbound lane of Coast Hwy at Camel Point Dr at 20 minutes before 10 Saturday night. 

Sgt. Cota said Monday, “Police and fire personnel responded to Coast Highway and Camel Point Drive for a reported vehicle versus pedestrian hit and run traffic collision. Emergency personnel arrived and found that a 15-year-old girl from Huntington Beach had stepped into the southbound #2 lane of Coast Highway to walk around a legally parked car. She was struck by the side mirror of a passing car. 

“She was knocked against the parked car and was able to move out of the roadway. The passing car did not stop and fled the scene. The suspect car was described as a newer model silver four-door sedan with tinted windows. The pedestrian was transported to Mission Hospital-Mission Viejo for a laceration to her arm.”

Passenger in stolen Jetta danced in the street when stopped

According to the police log, a female passenger inside a stolen 2013 VW Jetta got out when the car was stopped by police at 1:33 a.m. Saturday at S. Coast Hwy and Nyes Place and began dancing. She was eventually released without charges.

The driver, Markus Dante Cash, 28, San Juan Capistrano, was charged with felony possession of a stolen vehicle and possession of methamphetamine. 

Bail was set at $20,000.

Working together to stop distracted driving

April is recognized as National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. In California, the Office of Traffic Safety (OTS), Laguna Beach Police Department, CHP, local law enforcement, and community partners throughout the state are working together to make the roads safer by highlighting the dangers of being distracted while driving, especially by cell phones. 

“Law enforcement would rather see everyone off their cell phones than hand out a lot of tickets,” said Rhonda Craft, director of the Office of Traffic Safety. “Take care of calling, texting, setting your GPS and everything else before you hit the street.” 

Assembly Bill 1785 went into effect on Jan 1, requiring all drivers in California to keep their cell phone out of their hands while operating a motor vehicle. Under the new law, a driver may activate or deactivate a feature or function of the cell phone or wireless communication device by swiping or tapping its screen only if it is properly mounted. Specific information on the new law can be found at www.ots.ca.gov. 

The Office of Traffic Safety will begin a new public awareness campaign throughout the state in April emphasizing how the new law makes virtually all hand-held cell phone activity illegal – talking, texting, and using apps. The campaign aims to end distracted driving through education and raise awareness about the associated dangers. 

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that 3,477 people were killed and an estimated 391,000 injured in motor vehicle collisions involving distracted drivers in 2015. That is a 9 percent increase in fatalities as compared to the previous year. 

Officers from the Laguna Beach Police Department will join other law enforcement agencies throughout the state to provide educational experiences as well as zero tolerance enforcement efforts to discourage distracted driving. 

This campaign is funded by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

For further information, contact Lieutenant Tim Kleiser at (949) 464-6655 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

DUI Arrests

Guillherme Paraiso, 32, Newport Beach – Sunday, April 16


Incident Reports

Tuesday, April 18

Arrests for Being Drunk in Public

Natalie Rose Wilhelm, 19, Orange

Whitney Nicole Strickland, 20, Orange

Coast Hwy & Wesley Drive | Warrant

5:11 p.m. During a traffic stop, Bradly Richard Monclova, 30, Redondo Beach, was arrested on a Hermosa Beach warrant for DUI. 

Coast Hwy | 1700 Block | Warrant

4:32 p.m. Bailey Contino, 20, Irvine, was arrested on a $75,000 warrant for robbery. 

Cliff Drive | 300 Block | Warrants

2:19 p.m. China Marisa Covarrubias, 37, Dana Point, was arrested on two Harbor Court warrants – one for battery and the other for driving on a suspended license and vehicle registration violations.  

Forest Avenue & Beach Street | Traffic Crash

10:08 a.m. A vehicle collided with a pedestrian. The pedestrian was treated for a leg injury. 

Monday, April 17

Arrests for Being Drunk in Public

Thomas Glen Thyne, 34, no fixed address

He was also arrested for vandalism.

Coast Hwy | 100 Block | Battery

7:46 p.m. A transient threw coffee onto the RP. 

Forest Avenue | 500 Block | Stolen Vehicle

5:53 p.m. An Audi that was stolen from Laguna Beach on Saturday was found undamaged in Covina. 

Broadway & Beach | Drugs, False ID 

3:50 p.m. During a traffic stop, Liam Yanez, 20, Dana Point, was arrested for possession of narcotics and presenting a false identification to officers. 

Forest Avenue | 500 Block | Grand Theft

12:59 p.m. The RP’s suitcase was stolen in Malibu. 

Sunday, April 16

Arrests for Being Drunk in Public

Terry Dwayne Sanders, 39, no fixed address

Forest Avenue | 300 Block | Warrant

11:29 p.m. Chauhan Neilsesh Bhikhu, 46, Mission Viejo, was arrested on a Harbor Court warrant for illegal lodging. 

Laguna Canyon Road | 3200 Block | Loose Animal

5:39 p.m. A horse was loose. With citizen help, it was controlled by 5:46 p.m.

Top of the World Drive | 28700 Block | Fraud

4:46 p.m. The victim’s credit card was used for over $2,000.

Police Files

Woman arrested for felony assault at Skyloft

On March 10, a woman was hit in the face with a glass at Skyloft and taken to the hospital for her injuries.

After reviewing video footage of the incident and conducting an investigation, Laguna Beach Detectives identified and arrested the suspect on Tuesday, April 18.

Detectives located and arrested Sherida Angelica Arias, 38, Anaheim, for assault with bodily injury, assault with a deadly weapon, and mayhem.  

Man arrested for threatening police officers and their families

On Monday, April 17, at 3:56 p.m., officers responded to Alta Laguna Park after receiving a call of a man sitting in his vehicle for over an hour.

“When officers contacted the man, he was threatening to them and continually spoke about the violence he would do to them and their families if they did not leave him alone,” said Sgt. James Cota, LBPD spokesperson.

The man, identified as Anthony Tabarsi, 51, Costa Mesa, was taken into custody shortly thereafter and charged with making threats to deter officers from performing their duties and challenging officers to a fight. 

He was taken directly to Orange County Jail.

DUI Arrests

Kevin Matthew Barton, 38, Dana Point – Saturday, April 15

James Arthur McMullin, 31, Newport Beach – Friday, April 14

Adam Stuart Zuckerman, 46, Irvine – Wednesday, April 12 With a Prior


Incident Reports

Sunday, April 16

Arrests for Being Drunk in Public

Jordan Anthony Price, 34, Michigan

Laguna Canyon Road | 20400 Block | Concealed Weapon

1:19 a.m. Anamarie Buscemi, 31, Garden Grove, was arrested for carrying a concealed butterfly knife. 

Saturday, April 15

Arrests for Being Drunk in Public

Craig Dunlap, 65, Laguna Beach

Erik O’Bryan, 22, Laguna Beach

Cole Zepeda, 22, Laguna Beach

Cypress Drive | 300 Block | Burglary

6:31 p.m. An apartment was broken into and laptops, watches, clothing and checkbooks were stolen. An investigation is ongoing. 

Viejo Street & N. Coast Hwy | Domestic Violence

6:07 p.m. Lynn Quynh Ba Thi Nhanle, 43, Garden Grove, was arrested for domestic violence with $10,000 bail. 

Laguna Canyon Road | 900 Block | Burglary, Vehicle

4:35 p.m. A guitar with case, stand and wooden stool were stolen from a locked vehicle. 

Laguna Canyon Road | 1900 Block | Traffic Crash

11:40 a.m. A vehicle and bicycle collided. The bicyclist complained of knee pain. 

N. Coast Hwy | 600 Block | Petty Theft

10:20 a.m. The previous evening, two suspects tool $300 worth of alcohol from a store. 

Nyes Place & S. Coast Hwy | Stolen License Plates

9:21 a.m. Two stolen license plates were recovered from a vehicle. 

Coast Hwy | 31800 Block | Drugs

5:02 a.m. Sydeny Elizabeth Ditto, 21, Santa Ana, was arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance. 

Glenneyre Street | 300 Block | Resisting

2 a.m. Daniele Ruspantini, 29, Laguna Beach, was arrested for resisting officers. 

Friday, April 14

Laguna Canyon Road | 20600 Block | Warrant

8:57 p.m. Susan Elizabeth Hallock, 48, no fixed address, was arrested on a warrant for theft and possession of a stolen car. 

9th Avenue & Coast Hwy | Burglary, Vehicle

5:38 p.m. A Toyota Corolla had a window smashed. A purse with contents valued at $1,800 was stolen. 

Forest Avenue | 500 Block | Fraud

12:50 p.m. Charges of $1,400 were made under the RP’s name. 

Laguna Canyon Road | 2200 Block | Grand Theft

12:08 p.m. A MacBook was stolen the previous night. 

Thursday, April 13

Hill Street | 400 Block | Theft from a Vehicle 

6:21 p.m. Items worth $200 were stolen from an unlocked vehicle. 

Laguna Canyon Road | 20600 Block | Vandalism

7:43 a.m. Water was thrown on the RP’s computer. A suspect was named. 

Wednesday, April 12

Arrests for Being Drunk in Public

Elizabeth McDevitt, 51, Dana Point

Coast Hwy | 31100 Block | Domestic Violence

8:43 p.m. Claudio Marcelo Burtin, 54, Georgia, was arrested for domestic violence with $10,000 bail. 

Forest Avenue | 400 Block | Assault

7:53 p.m. An Asian man estimated to be about 6 feet tall and in his early 20’s hugged and grabbed the buttocks of a woman walking down the street. The victim told the officer she will ask for LBPD assistance with a citizen’s arrest if the suspect is located. 

Coast Hwy | 31800 Block | Fraud 

1:34 p.m. A credit card number was stolen and used for $3,000. 

Laguna Canyon Road & El Toro Road | Stolen License Plates

8:09 a.m. Officers stopped a vehicle that had had its license plates replaced with those from a stolen vehicle.

Police Files

18-year-old caught in a stolen car with two juveniles on board

At 5:33 a.m. on Friday, April 14, officers were notified that a Honda Odyssey that had been stolen in Costa Mesa a week earlier had entered Laguna Beach.

Officers stopped the vehicle near Anita Street and Coast Highway and detained its three occupants. 

The driver, Spencer Hastings Jr., 18, Costa Mesa, was arrested for felony vehicle theft with $20,000 bail.

The two female juveniles were transported to the police station.

DUI Arrests

Brian Michael McDonnell, 26, Aliso Viejo – Monday, April 10 With a Prior


Incident Reports

Tuesday, April 11

Cozumel | 200 Block | Missing Person

5:40 p.m. A 17-year-old boy was reported missing. 

Laguna Canyon Road | 20600 Block | Warrant

12:54 p.m. Malig Renato Tuazon, 40, Laguna Hills, was arrested on a warrant for criminal threats. 

Sunset Avenue | 32000 Block | Assault with a Deadly Weapon

11:20 a.m. A female driver swerved and almost hit the RP. 

Cliff Drive | 1300 Block | Burglary, Vehicle

8:22 a.m. A $400 laptop was stolen from a car. 

Coast Hwy | 30800 Block | Petty Theft

1:01 a.m. A jacket and cell phone were taken. 

Monday, April 10

Broadway Place | 200 Block | Drugs, Parole

7:16 p.m. Manuel Contreras Jr., 55, Compton, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and for parole violation. 

Viejo Street | 200 Block | Lost Property 

2:34 p.m. The RP reported that he had lost his Beretta gun. 

3rd Street | 300 Block | Warrant

2:35 a.m. Robert Lee Holsinger, 57, Santa Ana, was arrested on an outstanding Harbor Court warrant. 

Sunday, April 9

S. Coast Hwy | 400 Block | Stolen License Plates 

12:31 p.m. License plates that had been reported stolen were found on a parked, unoccupied vehicle. 

Beach & Broadway | Warrant

12:24 p.m. Reese Westenberger, 51, no fixed address, was arrested on a warrant for theft. 

Legion Street | 300 Block | Warrant

10:07 a.m. William Hemphill, 66, no fixed address, was arrested on a $10,000 warrant for trespassing.

Police Files

Tesla sideswipes semi-truck while on autopilot

Tesla started equipping its Model S vehicles with self-driving hardware in October 2014, to “relieve drivers of the most tedious and potentially dangerous aspects of road travel,” according to their website. The Autopilot function works like the same systems airplane pilots use – the driver is still responsible for and in control of the car.

This function didn’t work out too well for the driver of a Tesla S70 on Laguna Canyon Road Monday afternoon.

“The Tesla was headed outbound on Laguna Canyon Road when it collided into a semi-truck that was stopped on the side of the road just past Raquel Road,” said Sgt. James Cota of the LBPD. “At the time of the collision, the Tesla was in the autonomous mode.”

Neither parties were injured, but according to the police log, a tractor and trailer needed to be towed from the scene due to rear axle damage. 

Homeless man caught driving stolen car

On Monday at 9:40 a.m., officers were alerted to a 1990 Volvo stolen in Laguna Woods making its way down Coast Highway.

The car was stopped near El Paseo and Laguna, and its occupants detained shortly after 10 a.m.

The driver, Christopher Paul Mack, 49, no fixed address, was arrested for felony vehicle theft and possession of a stolen vehicle. 

Motorcyclist sustains head injury after hitting curb on Park Ave

Shortly after 11 p.m. on Tuesday, Laguna Beach Police officers arrived at Park Avenue and Tahiti Avenue following reports of a traffic collision.

“Officers on scene determined that a motorcyclist had collided with a curb and into the guardrail,” said Sgt. James Cota, LBPD spokesman. 

The rider sustained a head injury and was taken to Mission Hospital Mission Viejo for care.

DUI Arrests

Jamie Lynn Frick, 28, Irvine – Saturday, April 8

Shane Christopher Roach, 24, Mission Viejo – Thursday, April 6


Incident Reports

Sunday, April 9

Arrests for Being Drunk in Public

Gregory James Murray, 28, Laguna Beach

Glenneyre Street | 300 Block | Warrants

6:14 a.m. Terry Sanders, 39, no fixed address, was arrested on two Harbor Court warrants for being drunk in public. 

Saturday, April 8

Arrests for Being Drunk in Public

Brett M Bolin, 27, Tennessee

Bianca Bennett, 40, Hawaii

Broadway Street | 300 Block | Fraud

2:19 p.m. The victim reported receiving a fraudulent check from a company. 

S. Coast Hwy | 500 Block | Petty Theft

10:52 a.m. A suspect stole ice cream. The business owner has surveillance footage.

Ledroit Street | 200 Block | Warrant

7:28 a.m. During a traffic stop, Osvaldo Mejia-Rebolledo, 38, Anaheim, was arrested on a Harbor Court warrant for resisting officers. 

Friday, April 7

Arrests for Being Drunk in Public

Gregory James Murray, 28, Laguna Beach

Maureen M Sullivan, 63, Connecticut

Hillhaven Ranch Way | Fraud

7:32 p.m. The RP’s checking account was fraudulently used for $500. 

Forest Avenue | 500 Block | Stolen Vehicle

4:23 p.m. An Audi BTM last seen by the owner on New Year’s Eve was located undamaged in San Diego.

Forest Avenue | 500 Block | Petty Theft

3:16 p.m. A bag valued at $500 was stolen. 

Bolsana Drive | 600 Block | Domestic Violence

12:48 p.m. Richard Alan Hendrickson, 67, Corona Del Mar, was arrested for domestic violence with $50,000 bail. 

Thursday, April 6

Arrests for Being Drunk in Public

Victoria Lynn Brooks, 58, Laguna Beach

N. Coast Hwy | 600 Block | Petty Theft 

9:08 p.m. A suspect left with 6 bottles of wine. 

Coast Hwy | 31800 Block | Warrant

12:22 p.m. Timothy Meek, 27, Napa, was arrested on an outstanding Harbor Court warrant for drug charges. 

Wednesday, April 5

Arrests for Being Drunk in Public

Bianca Bennett, 40, Hawaii

Julie Ann Parker, 50, Laguna Beach

Kerry Jo Nicholl, 53, no fixed address

Cliff Drive & Circle Way | Drugs

9:45 p.m. During a traffic stop, Lisa Marie Daly, 50, Laguna Beach, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance. 

Wave Street | 200 Block | Threats Made

8:49 p.m. A male suspect threatened three people at a residence. The male was not located by officers. 

N. Coast Hwy | 1200 Block | Petty Theft 

7:06 p.m. Cabinets containing power tools were stolen. The loss was estimated at $600. 

Forest Avenue | 500 Block | Missing Person

12:31 p.m. The RP’s grandmother had not yet returned from her trip to Laguna Beach the previous day.

Police Files

Drug dealer busted with Ecstasy & Adderall

Thursday at 2:33 a.m., an officer stopped a vehicle in the 700 block of Cliff Drive for failing to stop at a stop sign. The vehicle was searched.

“Officers found 30 Ecstasy pills, one clear pill containing powder MDMA (Ecstasy), and 10 Adderall pills,” said Sgt. James Cota, LBPD spokesperson. 

Rodrigo Padillo, 22, Irvine, was arrested for possession and transportation of a controlled substance for sales.

Man throws pizza at woman after she offers him free food

On Saturday afternoon, a woman offered food to a man on Ocean Avenue.

The man, identified as Michael Moody, 36, did not like this very much. A verbal altercation ensued, culminating in Moody throwing the pizza at her.

After officers contacted both parties and witnesses, Moody was arrested for assault against the woman. 

Laguna Beach PD is hiring

The City of Laguna Beach is now hiring men and women who have an interest in law enforcement. Come join the great team at LBPD!

The application deadline for Police Recruit & Academy Graduate is Monday, April 24, at 4 p.m.

You do not have to have been through the Police Academy to apply, but if hired you will be required to complete the 6-month intensive training.

Watch the Laguna Beach Police Department recruitment video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EO1_8xNZ3M.

For more details and to apply, visit http://www.lagunabeachcity.net/cityhall/personnel/opportunities.htm


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