Bayard Police Department

Sunday, July 2

Welfare check
Hurley Street 12:35 p.m.
Caller requests officer to pick up a named male to take to GRMC for mental evaluation per a local doctor. Officer advised negative contact but did get a phone number/he won't answer.

Hurley Police Department

No reports.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, June 30

N. Hutchinson Street 3:45 p.m.
Caller advised that graffiti has been sprayed on her house and shed the past two nights and all her laundry was stolen off the clothes line.

Criminal trespass
Boulder Street
Caller advised that people have been going into the ditch which is her property and lighting fires. Officer set up a frequent patrol.

Criminal damage to property
N. Hutchinson Street 6:25 p.m.
Someone just threw a brick through caller's window.

Welfare check
Santa Clara Armory
Juveniles drinking at a teen dance.

Saturday, July 1

Unwanted subject
N. Bellm Street
Santa Clara FD advised that a male they had taken to a Silver City residence yesterday is back and kicked in the door to the residence. Officer advised en route with male with an outstanding warrant out of Judge Laney's court in the amount of $500 cash or surety/Deputy transporting prisoner for officer.

Sunday, July 2

Welfare check
E. Mill Street 1 p.m.
Trying to make contact with a 19-year-old male re a doctor from GRMC wanting him in for a mental evaluation. Officer advised the male took off in a white 2007 Ford pickup possibly headed back to Bayard/he did drop off some flowers.

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