Friday, May 11

Welfare check
Santa Rita Avenue – Hurley
Deputies advised one in investigative detention/subject in ID released. Advised all subjects to stay away for the night; will be staying in the area to make sure they do not come back; kids were all fine/they were sleeping and they do have food.

Accident-property damage
Highway 180 – MM 122 (near Caddell Crossing)
Caller driving a 1993 Toyota Camry hit a deer.

Stolen motor vehicle
Quail Canyon – Mangas Valley
Caller advised that his daughter-in-law stole his vehicle last night.

Suspicious vehicle
11820 Highway 180
Deputy had contact advising male will start packing up and making some calls for someone to come pick him up.

Welfare check
Camino Seco – Arenas Valley
Caller advised she has not heard from her 51-year-old sister in over two days/she lives alone. Deputy had contact advising female to contact her sister.

Saturday, May 12

Domestic disturbance
Cottage San Road
Caller advised that a lot of screaming is coming from a trailer/sounds like children screaming. Deputy had contact advising everything is okay/it was kids playing video games.

Accident-property damage
Highway 180 -- MM 120 (near Twin Sisters Creek)
Vehicle vs deer/wrecker en route.

Welfare check
Dragonfly trailhead
Caller advised two horses went running by. Deputy advised riders are okay/horses got away from them.

Reckless driver
E. Highway 180 – Arenas Valley
Deputy had negative contact. Bayard police officer had contact with Jeep at Bayard Post Office.

Domestic disturbance
Highway 180 – MM 61 (halfway between Buckhorn and Glenwood)
Caller advised that her husband is accusing her of hiding the car keys/advised she does not have them and just wants to get home. Another caller advised his daughter called advising they found the keys, however they both are intoxicated. Deputy had contact with vehicle on Highway 180 – MM 78 (2 miles east of Buckhorn)

Sunday, May 13

Welfare check
Lake Roberts – 7 a.m.
Caller advised his friends took off in a brown Ford F150 last night to Lake Roberts. They were drinking and driving. They were supposed to be back around midnight and they have not returned.

Domestic disturbance
Caller advised she got into a domestic with her husband and he left in his white 1998 Chevy pickup. Caller advised he was throwing and breaking beer bottles and he went up to her as if he was going to hit her. He also took her phone away and threw it into the field. Officer on scene.

Bill Evans Lake
Walk-in advised all her stuff was stolen out at the lake.

Welfare check
Sundown Trail – White Signal
Caller advised she believes her 4-year-old cousin may be in danger. Caller advised he is at his grandparents’ house and the grandmother is high and drunk, the sandbox has ashes in it, and they do not have car seats in the vehicle. Advised the child has a cut by the eye.

Reckless driver
Rio de Arenas Road
Male advised the vehicle doesn’t have any mufflers.

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