I think (from memory) if you send in the 2011 AP scores it sends in the 2010 along with it. And I would wait before calling to resend, especially if there's 12 days between now and the deadline. Just because some people already received their scores doesn't mean yours is late. I think I didn't receive my scores until July 7 or 8, while some people had their scores reported first day of July.
I didn't search for SD, but I pulled this off the UC Berkeley admissions site and I don't think UCSD's policy would differ much from Cal's:
Q: What am I supposed to do if my AP, ACT or SAT tests scores are not available by July 15? I asked that my ACT/SAT scores be sent to Berkeley before I applied. Don’t you already have them?
A: Berkeley receives official AP, ACT and SAT scores from the testing agencies. If you asked that your test scores be sent to UC Berkeley, you should be fine. You should continue to check the status of your required documents on your personalized checklist on myBerkeleyApplication. Berkeley acknowledges only AP scores that are 3 or higher. APs with scores lower than 3 are not required as a condition of admission and will not display. Your AP test scores are not available on your checklist until July. If we do not receive your test scores within 10 days after the July 15 deadline you will be notified via myBerkeleyApplication (see: "missing Admissions documents" on your checklist). If we still do not receive these scores, your admission is jeopardized and may be cancelled.
And maybe you don't get many replies because for some of us, AP scores are like SATs--happened a loong time ago and not exactly at the forefront of our minds. People like astrina, Oyama, KingsElite, etc. (I don't mean to leave anyone out haha! all of you are awesome) have a great depth of advice to pass on but none of us are encyclopedias and I'm sure you're less likely to receive an answer for calling a passing reader mean.