|5-02||5:40pm, received a report of a transient casing cars near the National Park Service. Officers responded and found the subject on the beach at Harbor Cove. Nothing suspicious was observed and the individual moved on.|
|5-04||11:30am, received a dispatch to a vehicle into a building at 1559 Spinnaker Drive. Officers responded and determined there were no injuries involved with the incident. VFD responded shored up the entrance and City building inspectors “red-tagged” the building until it can be repaired.|
|5-05||7:15am, received a report of an injured seabird, grebe at the Santa Clara Rivermouth. A good Samaritan caught and placed the bird in the estuary. Officers found the bird and captured it because it appears sick/injured. Bird Rescue volunteers were contacted and arranged for a pick up at the Port Dist.|
|5-10||11:00am, Harbor Patrol and Marine Safety Officers training with Oxnard Fire water rescue class at Surfers Knoll beach. Rescue Boat 19 was used in class.
9:52pm, received a report of a fall victim in the Harbor Village. Officers responded and assisted a subject who stepped in dog droppings and slipped and fell. The patient was uninjured and the dog/owner were not located.
|5-11||8:32am, dispatched to a medical, ill person in a vehicle at 1860 Spinnaker dr.
Officers responded and assisted VFD/AMR with treatment of severe leg pain from the patient. The patient was self-transported to local hospital.
9:06pm, received a dispatch to a medical, unconscious person at 1550 Spinnaker. Officers responded and assisted VFD/AMR with assessment and treatment of a 60 year old male who was transported by AMR to hospital.
|5-12||6:43am, dispatched to a fall victim in the Ventura Marina Community, officers responded and assisted VFD/AMR with a female complaining of back pain. The patient was transported to local hospital by AMR for further evaluation.
7:11am, while on patrol, officers observed an injured bird, a grebe. They caught it and contacted sea bird rescue for pick up and treatment.
|5-13||7:33am, dispatched to a medical, fall victim in the Ventura Marina Community. Officers responded but were unable to locate the patient. All responding units were cancelled and placed back in service.|
|5-14||5:05pm, while on patrol, officers observed hazardous ocean conditions from South Jetty to the Santa Clara Rivermouth. 4-6ft South swell with strong rip currents in several places. Officers monitored the conditions ensuring no inexperienced swimmers or surfers were heading out.|