Friday, Nov. 10

Unwanted subject
Harris Road
Caller advised that a named male is sitting in a two-tone 1999 Dodge pickup at her front gate and he is not wanted there/he has been drinking.

Accident-property damage
N. Silver Street
Caller stated someone hit his vehicle last night.

N. Cecilia Street
Caller stated that a woman was inside her residence but has now left in a white Accord.

Georgia Street
Caller stated a weed-eater was taken from his residence.

Game and Fish
Valle Drive
Caller stated a raccoon is trapped in a cage in his neighbor’s back yard.

Welfare check
N. Silver Street
Caller advised that her ex-boyfriend is trying to pick up her son and he is not the biological father and she does not want her son to go with him. Officer made contact with ex-boyfriend advising clear/everything is okay.

Welfare check
106 W. Broadway
Female is passed out on the sidewalk in front of the Palace Hotel. Officer advised will be en route with one female to an address off of Fraser.

Domestic disturbance
S. Cheyenne Street
Caller advised that her son hasn’t taken his medication and is becoming irate then disconnected. Officer had contact advising clear/all verbal.

E. Victoria Street
Caller advised a lot of yelling is going on. Officers advised clear/subjects did leave.

Domestic disturbance
Grant Street
Caller advised that his male roommate got violent with him, waking him up in the middle of the night pushing him around and slamming him against the walls and destroying property. Officer on scene.

Loud music
Royall Drive
Officer made contact advising he turned off the music.

Saturday, Nov. 11

Memory Lane
Caller advised that two males are yelling obscenities at each other outside in the street. Officer on scene advising subjects are trying to get one of the males into a vehicle to take him home.

W. 13th Street
Caller advised that the named male who stalks her just slowly drove by her home. Officer made contact with caller who wanted a CTW issued to the male. Officer advised her to also seek other forms of protection from district court.

Domestic disturbance
Howell Street
Caller advised that her 22-year-old daughter is hitting her and pulling her hair/caller is now in her bedroom. Officer made contact advising one female in custody/en route to SCPD.

3025 E. Highway 180
A named female made a purchase but she did not purchase the ring she put on her finger/they are still in the parking lot. Officer had contact advising the female was placed in custody and issued a CTW for ACE and released on a CTA.

Unwanted subject
1775 E. Pine Street
Male cussing at patrons/he’s in the dirt parking lot sitting under a tree. Officer out with a named male.

1220 N. Hudson Street
A named male took some beer and left on foot toward Bennett Street. Officer made contact with the male behind Food Basket/male has indefinite CTW issued 3/23/17 for all W&N Enterprises. Officer has one in custody.

Unwanted subject
2005 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that a male in the restaurant is not wanting to leave and he’s bothering other customers. Caller advised that when she picked up the phone he left as he was asked in a white 2 door king cab pickup/no longer need an officer.

Game and Fish
Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised his girlfriend took their dogs outside and a mountain lion tried attacking her/it may be in the backyard now/it was aggressive. Officer made contact advising a male walking his dog on Cantada Road to go home.

Game and Fish
Alabama and State streets
Caller advised that his daughter was driving home and noticed a deer lying on the sidewalk in front of St. Mary’s that had been hit/the deer was still alive. Officer had contact with the deer/will be putting the deer down if any weapons fired calls come in.

Suspicious vehicle
La Capilla
Officer advised out with one of the drivers/subjects left upon request.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
S. Corbin Street
Caller advised someone tipped over his 2008 Ford Ranger. Officer made contact advising negative on a wrecker, caller is going to try to tip it back over himself. Caller called back requesting officer/officer requested wrecker/wrecker en route.

Loud music
N. Corbin and 16th streets
Officer out at an 11th Street address/subjects are turning music down upon request.

Welfare check
1814 N. Swan Street
Male riding his bicycle in a circle in the middle of the roadway. Officer had negative contact.

Suspicious vehicle
2520 E. Highway 180
Officers and deputies have one male in investigative detention/show in custody/male has outstanding warrants.

Sunday, Nov. 12

Loud music
N. Corbin and 16th streets
Officer made contact and advised they will be turning the music down.

Welfare check
Corbin Street
Caller advised that a pickup has been pushed back into the creek at the dead end of Corbin Street. There is also another pickup up the street that is on its side. Officer had contact advising a male and his father were trying to use the red truck as a stabilizer to turn the truck upright but the brakes failed and it rolled back into the creek/everything is okay.

Intoxicated persons
Silver High School
Caller advised that an intoxicated subject is walking in front of the high school and he’s “acting a fool.” Officer made contact advising everything is okay/dad just picked him up and will be taking him home.

Domestic disturbance
N. Silver Street
Physical between mom and dad/son on phone crying hysterically.

Domestic disturbance
Howell Street
A named female and a named male in the backyard throwing things at each other/no longer fighting. Found small gray car trespassing and when they saw him they took off along the railroad tracks headed south and they are stuck now. Officer made contact with male advising it was not physical/will be en route to the ditch to check on the female/she is okay.

100 N. Rosedale Road
Baseball gloves taken by male. Officer advised negative contact/will issue subjects indefinite CTW for Hibbett’s Sports when located.

Domestic disturbance
N. Main Street
Caller advised that her stepdaughter attacked her.

Reckless driver
E. Highway 180 @ Wendy’s
Officer went traffic with vehicle on Pine/Pinos Altos.

101 W. Broadway
Caller advised that two males are fighting on the sidewalk in front of City Hall/they seem intoxicated. Second caller advised that a male is calling him names. Officer on scene.

Welfare check
Virginia Street
Caller advised she went to check on a named female because no one could get hold of her and when caller got to address the female’s three kids were home alone and they are very young. Caller also advised there were messages to a named individual stating that the female was dead. Advised that the dad to the female’s kids was concerned but he lives in California. Kids were given to a named individual and an ATL was given out for the female as well as her 2-year-old who is with her. A SKI referral has also been made.

Grant Street
Caller advised that her home has been broken into and her Nintendo Wii is gone along with someone else’s stuff.

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