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Bayard Police Department

Tuesday, Aug. 8

Domestic disturbance
Empire Street
Caller advised to send an officer right away as he is being hit. Dispatch called back and made contact with an elderly female who advised that nothing is going on and if an officer goes she is not going to answer the door. Officer made contact with original caller, a 19-year-old male, who was giving the family a hard time.

Request officer
Orchard Street
Neighbor who kept ringing the doorbell all night and morning.

Welfare check
N. Canyon and Vanadium streets
Abandoned 4 wheeler. Officer made contact and advised it’s a kid’s 4 wheeler which broke down and kids will be pushing it.

Wednesday, Aug. 9

Breaking and entering
702 Central Avenue
No report.

Hurley Police Department

Tuesday, Aug. 8

Littering
Hurley Bridge
Flatbed/dumping trash off side of road. Officer had contact with male picking up carpet that fell out of the truck.

Thursday, Aug. 10

Request officer
Hurley Elementary School
Caller advised that a child was at the school yesterday with a knife. Caller advised she was told by a Hurley police officer to have GCSD handle the call. Deputy advised they will not be handling the call/call must be handled by Hurley PD.

Santa Clara Police Department

Monday, Aug. 7

Welfare check
Manhattan Park Drive
Caller from SW Bone and Joint advised that a 14-year-old patient has missed two appointments for a fractured ankle. Officer advised they didn’t go because he took his own cast off and they will call the office to let them know.

Tuesday, Aug. 8

Welfare check
E. Maple and N. Bayard streets
Caller advised she saw a boy walking in the arroyo. Officer advised the child is with an adult and okay.

Welfare check
Cleveland Street @an abandoned greenhouse
Caller advised males were chasing a female then disconnected the line. Callback was negative/went straight to voicemail. Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
Manhattan Park Drive
Let mom know if she doesn’t call to make follow-up appointment the doctor will call child services re: 14-year-old with fractured ankle who took his own cast off. Officer advised negative contact/will be calling caller.

Domestic disturbance
Miller Street
Caller advised that a named male just threw water on her/they had an altercation.

Wednesday, Aug. 9

Welfare check
E. Morrow Street
Caller advised that her 35-year-old daughter is saying she wants to kill herself/she is walking toward the cemetery carrying a backpack. Officer advised negative contact. Caller advised her daughter is at her sister’s house.

Welfare check
Stone Street
Caller advised that her daughter, the mother of caller’s 4-year-old granddaughter, is hanging out with “shady” people. Officer made contact with caller.

Thursday, Aug. 10

Vehicle burglary
S. East Street
Caller advised his truck was broke into last night/vehicle is completely trashed/unknown what may have been taken.

Vehicle burglary
W. Encino Street
Caller is out of town and advised his vehicle was broken into and multiple items taken.

Vehicle burglary
S. East Street
Caller advised that a named male’s truck was broken into.

Vehicle burglary
W. Pinon Street
No report.

Domestic disturbance
S. Prescott Street – 5:50 p.m.
Caller advised that her neighbors, a named female and a named male, were in a domestic. Officer made contact and advised everything is okay.

Welfare check
N. James Street
Caller advised she got a call advising that some subjects were moving items out of an abandoned house. Officer is on scene with negative contact.

Disturbance
S. James Street – 10:30 p.m.
Caller advised that a named female and a named male are outside arguing.

Harassment
N. Prescott and W. Cactus streets
Two males walking around with a laser gun and they just lasered her dog.

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