Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Night Out Against Crime

Tuesday August 4 is National Night Out Against Crime.  We will be joining the Sheriff's Department who is hosting a block party at the Target Parking lot on North El Camino Real in Encinitas from 2 til 6 pm.  See the flier below:

Friday, July 24, 2015


Parking in the Village can be a challenge sometimes....  Over the years we have seen the businesses loose sight of the "mantra".  If you are a business owner or manager, you should be encouraging your employees from parking in the middle of the Village.  They certainly should not be parking in any of the timed spots....  Due to increased complaints about the lack of turnover, CHP Officers are focusing more on parking enforcement.
This usually gets everyone's attention.  But nobody likes a $62 ticket.... so please cooperate and park away form the green zones... be a good neighbor... In the long run abusing the time limits hurts everyone.

Friday, July 3, 2015

4th of July Parade

Our Annual 4th of July Parade is tomorrow.  The parade starts at the RSF School parking lot at La Granada and Avenida De Acacias and goes through the village to end where it starts.   Form up for the parade starts at 12- 12:30.   The parade starts at 1:00 pm.  There is a community BBQ immediately following in the south village park. To make the form  up easier, please keep this in mind:

1. Follow the marshals instructions for form up- they will be in red shirts. Cars go against the curb- don't take up the parking spaces! Make two or three lines if needed.  Do not block El Fuego.
2. Kids have to wear Helmets if they are on bicycles (good idea for skateboards too)
3.  Please, no candy in cars, floats. Throwing candy causes small kids to run into the moving vehicles.
4. Tell your children to stay in formation.  It is dangerous if they run ahead or through the parade.
5.  Antique cars overheat.  If the car has radiator or cooling issues, it may be best not to drive it. 
6. Horses are last.  Only well trained parade horses should participate.  The route is noisy with loud speakers, sirens and lots of people.  If the horses cannot be controlled safely we will ask them to move out of the parade.
7. Have Fun!

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Take Me Home Program

The “Take Me Home” Program is a regional photo-based information system hosted by the Sheriff’s Department accessible by all Law Enforcement in San Diego. It is designed to assist Law Enforcement (Police and Sheriff) during contacts with members of the community who have disabilities such as, but not limited to Autism, Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Down syndrome, deafness or any other Developmental Disabilities.
The program promotes communication and gives Law Enforcement access to critical information about the individual enrolled. The Take Me Home Program can provide Law Enforcement with emergency contact information, detailed physical descriptions, and photograph of the individual, known routines, favorite attractions, or special needs of the individual. This information can assist Law Enforcement in communicating with, locating a residence for, or handling an emergency involving an individual with special needs. This program has photo recognition technology attached to it. If an individual is located and cannot communicate, a photograph of the individual can be taken in the field, sent electronically and checked against those in Take Me Home Program for similar or match.
How do I enter the program?
The easiest way to enter is by clicking the REGISTER ONLINE NOW button above. This allows you to register for the program and submit a photo electronically from a desktop computer, iPad, iPhone or Android device.
The Sheriff has also partnered with several organizations in the community. These organizations are listed below and have entry access to the Take Me Home Program. You can contact the listed organizations and request to meet and have your person entered into the Take Me Home Program through them. Contacting these organizations is also beneficial as they are able to provide guidance, education, and support.
San Diego Regional Center
(858) 576-2966
4355 Ruffin Rd, Suite 200
San Diego, Ca 92123
(619) 685-1175
3030 Market Street
San Diego, Ca 92102
Alzheimer’s Association
(858) 492-4400
6632 Convoy Court
San Diego, Ca 92111
Autism Society of San Diego
(858) 715-0678
4699 Murphy Canyon Rd.
San Diego, Ca 92123
You can also download and print the document, fill it out and have it entered by a Sheriffs Crime Prevention Specialist. Once the application is filled out, contact the Crime Prevention Specialist at one of the Sheriff’s Stations and schedule an appointment.
Register annually
The system is designed that once you register via a valid email address, you will receive annual renewal notification on the date of birth of the individual in the system. This will be a reminder to check your entry, update it with any critical information or changes that have occurred over the last year and also submit an updated photograph of the individual.
For more information go to the San Diego County Sheriff's website:

Friday, May 29, 2015

Dog at Large

A resident was bit by a loose dog on May 25, 2015.  The dog is a small brown dog.  The dog was running on Loma Verde Drive. The dog may have come out of a house in the 5800 block of Loma Verde Dr.  The dog disappeared after the attack.  County Animal Services is investigating the incident.  

The purpose of this post is to advise you to please use caution when walking /running in the area.  If you see an aggressive loose dog, you can call County Animal Services at  619-236-2341 or  dial 911.

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Financial Elder Abuse

Every year we get calls about phony scams and door to door solicitors.   The crooks like to prey on the elderly.  It is amazing the amount of money that is involved. It ranges from a relative in jail to phony lunch deals to the IRS calling to say you owe money or else!
The San Diego County District Attorney has put together an excellent guide to the various scams and techniques these crooks use. The also talk about ways to avoid these scams.   Please feel free to click the link and read the information.  Share with your friends and family too.


Thursday, April 2, 2015

Suspect Arrested

Attempted Child Abduction Arrest - Solana Beach

The Sheriff's Department has arrested a suspect in connection with an attempted child abduction at Skyline Elementary School in Solana Beach on March 23rd.

22-year old Jack Henry Doshay was taken into custody around 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 1st in the 25000 block of Adelanto Drive in Laguna Niguel. Doshay's whereabouts were provided to Sheriff's investigators by his attorney.

Doshay is facing charges of cruelty to a child, false imprisonment with violence and kidnapping. He is now in custody at the Vista Jail. Doshay will be arraigned in Vista Court on Friday, April 3rd at 1:00 p.m.

We'd like to thank the public and the media for their assistance. The Sheriff's Department and San Diego County Crime Stoppers received about 150 calls and tips related to this case. Detectives investigated every single lead, which lead to an arrest.

The Sheriff's Department would also like to thank the U.S. Marshal's Service, which oversee the Fugitive Task Force, and the San Diego Division of the FBI for their assistance in this investigation.