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Friday, Apr. 13

Accident-property damage
Highway 15 @Enchanted Trail
One vehicle in ditch. Deputy requested ambulance for a 22-year-old male with left side pain from his shoulder to his foot.

Welfare check
Tabor Avenue
Caller has been unable to contact her mother.

Domestic disturbance
S. Tabor Drive
A named male is there with a knife cutting up his clothes. Deputies made contact advising it was verbal only.

Harassment
Camino Verde – Arenas Valley
Caller advised she received two texts, one advising that her husband was cheating on her and a second stating to “watch her back.”/unknown who is texting her.

Welfare check
Bobwhite Drive
Male is suicidal/it is caller’s ex-partner. Deputy out in area.

Accident-property damage
Highway 152 and Georgetown Road
Forest service crew lost a tire on their vehicle and need a report. Deputy had contact advising they were headed east on Highway 152 when they lost both rear . . .

Saturday, Apr. 14

Domestic disturbance
Redrock Road – Redrock
Caller stated her grandson is yelling at her and refusing to go outside as ordered. Deputy had contact requesting JPO. Deputy advised en route to CYFD with one juvie/turned over to CYFD.

Domestic disturbance
Highway 90 – MM 18
Male driver hitting the female passenger in a silver Toyota Sequoia. Deputy gave ATL to city units.

Accident-property damage
Racetrack Road – Arenas Valley
Two vehicle accident/no injuries.

Welfare check
Oakwood Avenue
Caller advised subjects at this house have an open pit BBQ fire going and caller believes it is too windy. Deputy had contact advising fire is secure and they have proper equipment around if needed.

Sunday, Apr. 15

Domestic disturbance
Wind Canyon Drive
Caller advised his wife is causing problems/they both have been drinking/it is a little physical/his wife threatened him with a knife and then threw it at him/she accused him of flirting with a 70-year-old woman/his wife hit him three times/negative on medical attention.

Loud music
Rosedale Road
Deputy advised they turned down the music.

Shooting
Fierro
Patient just walked into GRMC-ER with a gunshot wound to the leg/he possibly did it to himself. Deputy had contact advising the male gave consent to search his clothing to make sure the weapon is not on scene.

Domestic disturbance
W. Hester Street
A named individual is walking down the street. The baby daddy is in the house at the location with her baby who is 5-years-old. Caller advised subject showed up and started yelling and cussing and acted like he was going to hit her. He wouldn’t let her leave, but she finally got out.

Domestic disturbance
Fairway Drive
Caller advised a named male was trying to get her keys and he put a bruise on her head and scared her/she finally bit him to get out walking and now he is following her. Deputy out at golf course grill for follow-up.

Unwanted subject
Santa Clara
Caller advised a male is inside his house and caller does not know who he is/advised male is dating caller’s sister unwillfully. When caller was asked if he has any weapons he hung up. Deputy advised in the area ATL.

Suspicious vehicle
Dragonfly Trailhead
Deputy had contact advising vehicle is unattended.

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