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Friday. Nov. 10

Larceny
Racetrack Road – Arenas Valley
Chainsaw taken from her front porch.

Burglary
Shadow Mountain Road
Caller stated someone broke into caller’s residence and all jewelry and two guitars were taken.

Burglary
Grandview Drive
Caller has a video of a female on his front porch this morning going through his boxes.

Criminal trespass warning
Camino Tolteca – Tyrone
Caller stated that a named female just left her residence and went back to her residence/caller will call back if she returns. Deputy advised the female will not come to the door/clear.

Saturday, Nov. 11

Weapons fired
Dickson Road
Three deputies responded to a shots fired call on Highway 90 near Mastercraft Metals/G&F also en route/negative contact.

Burglary
Coye Drive – Arenas Valley
Caller advised that it’s a vacant home but someone has gotten into the shop and taken gardening equipment. Deputies advised clear/will set up frequent patrol.

Sunday, Nov. 12

Disturbance
Adams/Morales – Arenas Valley
Caller advised a male is yelling to stop and a female is screaming. Deputy had negative contact.

Domestic disturbance
Summit
Female beating on a vehicle and fist-fighting with a named male. Deputies made contact advising one female in custody/en route to GCSD.

Game and Fish
Arenas Valley Road and Paisano Street
Caller advised a deer is lying in the road/it may be dead/but it is just lying there and will not move. Deputy advised the deer was moved out of the roadway.

Larceny
Ridge Road
Caller advised he was gone for the weekend and someone stole fuel from his vehicle.

During this three-day period deputies responded to 17 routine suspicious vehicle calls.

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