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Bayard Police Department

Friday, Feb. 9

Missing persons
Poplar Street – 8:50 p.m.
Caller advised she hasn’t seen her 21-year-old son since last night/he left the home at 2:30 a.m. and has not returned.

Saturday, Feb. 10

Suspicious vehicle
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Officer advised clear/CTW was issued.

Game and Fish
Maple Street
Caller advised she saw a mountain lion in her yard about 10 minutes ago. Officer had negative contact with anything in the area.

Request officer
Poplar Street
Caller advised his son is home. Officer had contact advising son is okay.

Sunday, Feb. 11

Domestic disturbance
Pearl and Coffey streets
A couple is fighting on the corner/the male has a child on his shoulders/male is throwing the female around and she is screaming. Officer has contact with two males/clear/it was all verbal/negative contact with female.

Hurley Police Department

Saturday, Feb. 11

Loud party
Romero Avenue
Officer had contact advising subjects will keep the music down.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, Feb. 9

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
W. Oak Street
Caller advised window on his black 1992 GMC…

Sunday, Feb. 11

Welfare check
W. Oak and N. Janes streets
Caller advised that a male is yelling and cussing at the corner. Deputy advised contact with the male and he is going to quiet down.

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