A woman contacted the Orange County Sheriff's Department late Friday to report that her house had been shot up—with paintballs.
According to the blotter of the OCSD, the woman contacted police services at about 10:30 p.m., to report her house had been used for target practice—or maybe it was just collateral damage. Nevertheless, she didn't want the new paint job and it was likely not in a color allowed by the HOA.
She figured it was from a loud party down the street. She didn't want the culprits prosecuted.
The call was made at 10:29 p.m., from the 32600 block of Larkgrove Circle.
Wife claims she was strangled
A woman gasping for air called 9-1-1 claiming she had just been choked by her husband and couldn't breathe from the alleged strangulation. The man, Scott Kelly Schmidt, 45, drove away from the scene but was found by deputies and placed under arrest and is held on $50,000 bail.
They're a little old for the goods
A caller reported three juveniles, about 15 years of age, were removing toys from Montessori at the Park. Although deputies were unable to locate the boys, who were wearing gray hoodies, there was no financial loss. The call was made Friday, 8:31 p.m., from the 21700 block of Buena Suerte.
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The following is a summary report of calls from Rancho Santa Margarita to the Orange County Sheriff's Department on Feb. 15, 2013
Disturbance, Friday, 10:01 p.m., from Amistosa. A caller reported three juveniles playing soccer and kicking the ball against the garages and dumpsters.
Vandalism report, Friday, 7:05 p.m., from the 21600 block of Blue Jay. An informant reported his house had just been hit with paintballs and one window had been broken.
Assist outside agency, Friday, 5:52 p.m., from Amistosa. Deputies got a report of an argument at Holy Sepulcher Cemetary in Orange, with one of the parties being at this location.
Disturbance, Friday, 1:54 p.m., 32300 block of Robinson Ranch Road. OCSD was called because a lacrosse team was refusing to leave.
Citizen assist, Friday, 7:41 a.m., from Espolon. A woman contacted police services to report that syrup had been "poured all over" her car.
These reports were culled from the Orange County Sheriff's website. Not all facts in each report are made public; the outcome of the report may differ from the original blotter item. There should be no assumption of guilt based on this limited information.