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Bayard Police Department

Friday, Nov. 10

Reckless driver
Highway 180 @ Grant County Airport
No report.

Saturday, Nov. 11

Suspicious vehicle
1001 Central Avenue
Officer advised everything is okay/clear.

Noise complaint
Budge Drive
No report.

Sunday, Nov. 12

Reckless driver
Highway 180 @ Grant County Airport
Officer advised out at MM 124 (Bayard Cemetery).

Suspicious vehicle
Bayard Library
Officer advised out with a named female.

Suspicious vehicle
1001 Central Avenue
Registered owner was dropping off her daughter.

Hurley Police Department

Friday, Nov. 10

Welfare check
B Street
Smoke coming from roof. Officer advised everything is okay/negative contact with owner/will attempt to contact later.

Saturday, Nov. 11

Domestic disturbance
Aztec Avenue
Caller advised that a couple in a vehicle are physically fighting. Officer advised out at an Aztec Avenue address with two occupants in a gray Mitsubishi sedan. Officer requested ambulance for a 35-year-old female with a possibly broken nose and scratches on her arm. EMS2 advised signed refusal. Officer advised everything is okay.

Harassment
Main Street – North Hurley
Caller advised that his daughter is being harassed by a named male. Officer is on scene.

Sunday, Nov. 12

Larceny
Aztec Avenue
Caller advised that his mom has been stealing items from his home. Officer advised no report at this time/caller is kind of difficult.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, Nov. 10

Criminal trespass warning
N. Bayard Street
Caller stated that a female went into his driveway and damaged his rosebushes at his mother’s residence, then walked away to the post office. Officer responded/clear.

Saturday, Nov. 11

Domestic disturbance
S. Cleveland Street
Caller advised that his wife just kicked him out of their residence/she came home intoxicated and started fighting with him.

Larceny
N. Olive Street
Officer advised that a named female will be taking the dog back.

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