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Bayard Police Department

Monday, Jan. 8

Welfare check
East and Diamond streets
Male yelling like he is hurt/now he is grunting/he is yelling for help. Officer had negative contact.

Vehicle burglary

Hurley Avenue

Caller advised her vehicle keeps getting broken into overnight.

Wednesday, Jan. 10
Larceny
N. Railroad Street
Officer in foot pursuit of someone who stole some items/going back to VA Bridge/yellow chainsaw and brown trash can in BPD custody.

Domestic disturbance
Pine Street
Caller advised that a named female was hitting her mom. Officer advised they are going to have to use keys the owner gave to open the door and check on the daughter and baby/the named female is in investigative detention/en route to BPD with one female under arrest.

Hurley Police Department

Monday, Jan. 8

Unwanted subject
Arizona Street
Female keeps asking for someone who doesn’t live there/she won’t leave/she is in the front yard. Officer had negative contact.

Burglary
Aztec Avenue – 7:11 p.m.
Landlord broke in and stole items.

Criminal damage to property
Santa Rita Avenue
No report.

Tuesday, Jan. 9

Burglary
Aztec Avenue – 6:30 p.m.
Caller advised that his landlord broke into his house again and stole more items including firefighter gear. Deputy made contact and was advised that the bunker gear was worth $600-$800 and today his mother took his bedroom set.

Santa Clara Police Department blotter

Monday, Jan. 8

Unwanted subject
Highway 152
Caller advised that her son is cussing at her/he is mad because she is sick/verbal only/son left on foot. Officer out with male in apartment complex/on way to talk with caller/everything is okay now/clear.

Tuesday, Jan. 9

Welfare check
W. Lincoln Street
Caller advised her daughter and boyfriend are arguing and fighting and the female may be having a seizure after the fight and a small child is awake. Caller advised that her son went to check and told her the daughter is not responding and the boyfriend was not doing anything.

Wednesday, Jan. 10
Domestic disturbance
N. Bellm Street
Caller advised that her husband is in her face with a cigarette/he went at her with the vehicle and has now kicked her out and he is inside with all the kids. Caller advised no drinking or drugs. Caller advised her daughter is 15-years-old and her husband was calling her degrading names and is inside with her now and caller doesn’t know what is going on/caller is outside without shoes or jacket/there is past abuse/there are five kids 5 to 15-years-old.

Thursday, Jan. 11

Accident-property damage
Prescott and Oak streets
No report.

Domestic disturbance
N. James Street
Caller received text from a named female requesting an officer because a named male who also lives there will not move so she can leave for a doctor’s appointment/he has a chainsaw. Officer made contact advising verbal only/male is going to leave the residence for a few hours.

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