Bayard Police Department

Friday, May 11

Reckless driver
Highway 180 – bottom Snappy
Vehicle cannot maintain a lane. Officer had contact with vehicle at Bard Street/it is unoccupied.

Sunday, May 13

Game and Fish
Highway 180 – Bayard City Limits
Cow elk in middle of roadway. Officer had contact at MM 121 (Hwy 152 junction)/did get it off the roadway.

Hurley Police Department

Friday, May 11

Welfare check
D Street
Caller hasn’t heard from his aunt in two weeks/he tried calling but no one picks up/she is disabled. Officer had contact advising aunt is going to call caller now.

Saturday, May 12

Elguea Street
They are cursing and screaming. Officer had contact advising verbal only/parties are separated.

Santa Clara Police Department

Fridayday, May 11

Breaking and entering
S. Bellm Street
Officer advised out at a residence/was advised subject left prior to arrival/subject did kick in the door/will ATL thru the night.

Loud music
N. James Street
Officer had contact advising male advised he will turn the music down.

Saturday, May 12

W. Encino Street
Caller got threatening texts from two named individuals. Officer had contact with caller.

Suspicious vehicle
S. Hutchinson Street
Officer had contact advising subject was trying to get Wi-fi/left upon request.

Welfare check
N. Bayard Street
Medical alarm/unknown what is wrong/unable to understand on the two-way.

Sunday, May 13

Domestic disturbance
N. Cleveland Street
Male and female inside the residence/it was physical. Officer had contact advising it was not a domestic/there is loud music/everything is okay.

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