Police were dispatched to Nob Hill Foods on Mount Hermon Road at least four times during the nine-day labor strike, according Scotts Valley Police records.
All but one of the calls came from customers or security officers asking that picketers tone down their demonstration.
The strike began Sunday, Nov. 4, and ended Tuesday, when the union reached an agreement with the company. The terms of the deal have not been made public.
In the most serious police-involved incident, protesters got into a non-violent standoff with a delivery truck driver behind the store, police reported. That happened just before 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 6.
The other police calls to the grocery store included a female customer who said she was barred from entering the store and videotaped without her consent on Nov. 6. Later that day, the store security guard requested police come by again.
A store manager called police again Saturday about the demonstration.
The final call involved a male customer who reportedly went into the store and tried to pull a female customer out of the business on Thursday, Nov. 8. It wasn't clear if that incident was related to the demonstration.
No arrests were made in any of the incidents, according to the police reports.