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Bayard Police Department

Friday, June 8

Game and Fish
Poplar Street
Caller advised they just saw a mountain lion on their vehicle/it’s in the street now. Deputy had negative contact. Caller called back advising the lion is in her backyard at this time.

Shoplifting
204 Tom Foy Blvd.
Adult male took about $15 of sweet stuff and left headed toward Santa Clara in a newer model Chevy Impala.

Criminal trespass warning
400 Tom Foy Blvd.
Officer advised show CTW re-issued for a named individual.

Saturday, June 9

Domestic disturbance
Fahey Street
Caller advised she can hear a lot of arguing and yelling. Officer advised everything is okay/all verbal.

Sunday, June 10

Welfare check
Guinevan Street
Caller advised of underage drinking at this location. Second caller advised there are multiple subjects in the street yelling and drinking. Third caller advised there are several vehicles with juvis that are drinking and being loud. Officer advised will be clear/party was shut down.

Domestic disturbance
N. Yucca Street
Caller advised that a named male is threatening to kill her and her family/he also grabbed her thumb. Officer advised negative on medical/her thumb is just swollen.

Harassment
Chino Street
Caller advised that a named female keeps harassing her/female left on foot to a neighbor’s house.

Weapons fired
Oak Street – 1:15 p.m.
Four gunshots heard. Deputy out with mine security who advised they will go look . . .

Weapons fired
West of Chino Street – 3:05 p.m.
Several gunshots in the area. Officer advised walking the creek and doesn’t hear it anymore/clear.

Criminal damage to property
Empire Street
Caller advised that damage was done to the house next door/advised the owners have passed away and she watches it for them/advised the mailbox was knocked down and graffiti is on the windows. Officer advised will do heavy frequent patrols.

Hurley Police department

No reports

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, June 8

Burglary
N. James Street
Her garage was broken into.

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