Friday, June 8

Welfare check
Silver Heights/Hudson
Female in wheelchair in road/ Officer had contact in the Family Dollar store parking lot advising negative on any medical attention.

Hill Street
Someone took pellet stove from address.

Suntanner Road
Several items stolen by ex-renters.

Welfare check
Vicky Place
Children are living in the singlewide trailer and the door is open all day long. Officer had negative contact with anyone at that location.

Welfare check
N. Hudson and E. 12th streets
Named female sitting in the roadway.

Domestic disturbance
E. Daniel Street
While she removes her belongings from her father’s home. Officer advised inside the residence/verbal only.

Criminal trespass warning
218 N. Bullard Street
A named female is there acting weird/she left toward Little Toad. Caller would like extra people downtown because of all the weird people downtown.

Welfare check
N. Corbin Street
A little boy has been screaming for about 20 minutes/a male and a female have been arguing in the area.

Unwanted subject
206 N. Hudson Street
Female in the parking lot is harassing customers. Officer advised one female in custody en route to station. Female was issued an indefinite CTW for all W&N Enterprises and released on a CTA.

Unwanted subject
Lions Club
Officer out with a named male who is leaving the property upon request.

Mental Health Complaint
315 N. Bullard Street
Officers advised a named female is in protective custody en route to GRMC.

Welfare check
1015 N. Hudson Street
Female fell out of her wheelchair and is on the ground.

E. Dorothy Street
Caller advised they are fighting/was not giving much info/Just kept advising to send someone. Caller advised her daughter is okay and back in the house. A named male was issued an indefinite CTW for two Dorothy Street addresses.

Welfare check
E. 14th and N. Bennett streets
Caller advised a small child, possibly 18-months-old, is walking alone in the roadway. Caller is walking alongside her but doesn’t know where she lives. Officer advised the child was identified and officer made a referral to CYFD.

Welfare check
E. Pine Street
Caller advised he has been calling a friend in his 50s for a couple of days with no answer and advised it is unlike him not to return calls. Officer advised nobody lives at the address given/had contact with caller.

Welfare check
Ridge Road and Lance Drive
Caller advised that her granddaughter almost hit an elderly man walking on the road and believes it might be a certain neighbor who suffers from Alzheimer’s. Deputy had contact with a named female who brought the male home/deputy had contact with the male and his wife.

Saturday, June 9

Loud music
Vicky Place
Music was already turned down/they were advised to keep it quiet/everything is okay.

Criminal damage to property
100 N. Rosedale Road
Alarm company called back/a named female is in en route.

Welfare check
1814 N. Swan Street
A named female in a wheelchair is in the middle of the road. Officer had contact advising she is in the bike lane, not the roadway.

Intoxicated persons
514 N. Bullard Street
Female pulled a bottle of vodka from her pocket, was drinking from it, and harassing customers. Officer advised the female does not have a CTW for Silver Café.

Unwanted subject
N. Silver Street
Her father is refusing to leave.

Domestic disturbance
E. Daniel Street
Caller advised that her father hit her three times. Officer had contact advising verbal for now/other party left prior to arrival.

Request officer
1313 E. 32nd Street
Officer requested deputy meet him at the ER in reference to a named female making some . . .

Welfare check
N. Swan Street
Female advising she needs help. Officers had contact with female at Swan/12th streets/they got her to go inside with a named male.

Welfare check
12th Street
Caller advised that a female came up to him advising that two small girls were being raped at a house on 12th Street/advised that the female walked away from him and is now at Penny Park. Officers had contact with female at Penny Park.

Sunday, June 10

Suspicious vehicle
206 W. Highway 180
Officer out with two vehicles.

Unwanted subject
116 N. Bullard Street
Caller advised that a named male is by his door and he doesn’t want him there due to past problems. Officer had contact with the named male.

Unwanted subject
Visitor enter
Adult male harassing people and yelling/headed toward Broadway. Officer out with two named males/one was issued an indefinite CTW for a Durango Street address and was advised to leave a named female alone.

610 Silver Heights Blvd.
Possibly two females fighting on Swan Street. Second caller advised the same. Officers dropped one at Denny’s, the other at a Swan Street address.

2501 E. Highway 180
Female was trying to steal a full cart of groceries/cart was recovered and she left in a gray GMC headed toward Arenas Valley.

Domestic disturbance
N. Silver Street
Caller advised that a named male and his family are there trying to take her 1-year-old child. Officer has one in custody.

Loud music
Little Walnut Road
Pool area and pool is supposed to be closed/and they aren’t tenants either.

Domestic disturbance
N. Corbin and E. 12th streets
Male and female fighting/male trying to get into her house/caller doesn’t know who it is/female just took off/male just took off and is trying to run over female. Officers had contact with two subjects at Corbin and 12th Street.

Unwanted subject
711 Silver Heights Blvd.
Male near the front desk. Officer out with a named male.

Domestic disturbance
2501 E. Highway 180
Male hitting a female in the parking lot/they are leaving now.

Welfare check
Santa Rita and W. 11th streets
A named 25-year-old male is intoxicated and on foot headed east on Pope Street. Officer had negative contact. Caller called back advising the male was found.

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