Friday, July 6

Welfare check
Memory Lane
Caller advised subjects in another apartment are yelling “This is the 10th time.” Officer out with a named male/dropped male off at a Pine Street address.

Domestic disturbance
15th Street
Caller advised that her sister has locked her out of the house and she has both keys. Officer had contact advising with one adult female and one juvi female en route to N. Swan Street.

Welfare check
A named female is in the roadway. Officer had contact at Hudson/College.

Bluejay Lane
Caller advised someone broke into his home.

3025 E. Highway 180
Adult male has left on foot and video is ready.

38th Street
Caller was scammed of $7,500. Advised he sent the money to New Jersey yesterday and they keep calling him and want another $6,500 from him.

1881 E. Highway 180
Caller advised his son is causing problems.

Breaking and entering
Ridge Road
Advised that sister Anita broke into the residence through a window and left some items inside.

Unwanted subject
206 N. Hudson Street
Caller stated that a woman in a wheelchair and two males were smoking near the gas pumps and bothering customers. Officer on scene.

Welfare check
N. Silver Street
Caller hasn’t seen or spoken to her children in over a month/the 13 and 10-year-old are with their father/they do not have a parenting plan. Officer advised clear.

Welfare check
Hudson Plaza
Caller advised the female in the wheelchair is on the ground and there are crows around her. Officer had contact advising she’s laying down smoking a cigarette/everything is okay/negative on any crows.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
Caller advised there are subjects in her house and they are pulling her hair. Officer had contact advising clear/everything is okay.

Domestic disturbance
2005 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that a male and a female are arguing and the female is hitting the male/they are in a silver Dodge Ram/she has his vehicle blocked in and he keeps trying to get away.

Saturday, July 7

1313 E. 32nd Street
Caller advised that a named male is calling GRMC advising he is going to go over there and to be prepared for a fight. Deputy advised everything is okay.

Leslie Road
Caller advised there is a large fight near the building the officers were just at/it’s males and females/they have a scanner.

Welfare check
E. Daniel Street and Highway 90 – 1:40 a.m.
Caller advised female in a wheelchair is in the median yelling.

Durango Street
Caller advised her neighbor is harassing her and also broke into her house. Officer advised clear. Caller called back advising as soon as the officers left the male started harassing her again.

Welfare check
E. Daniel Street and Highway 90 – 5:30 a.m.
No report.

Criminal trespass warning
Silver City Library
They want a CTW issued to a named male. Officer issued the CTW.

Criminal trespass
Cobre Court
Caller advised her neighbor called advising a lady in a wheelchair is on caller’s property. Officer had contact advising the female was sleeping on the ground next to this address/she had minor cuts on her right elbow but refused medical treatment. Officer advised the female was escorted out of the neighborhood and onto Highway 90 South. Due to multiple calls regarding this female and her well-being, officer is going to make another referral for her to adult protective services.

Unwanted subject
Memory Lane
Advised four subjects are there not wanting to leave. Officer was advised.

Accident-property damage
Hudson Plaza
Caller advised that someone hit her from behind. Two vehicles not in roadway – a silver pickup and light blue Camry.

Welfare check
Silver High School
Male got out of a red pickup and passed out/caller was just passing by. Second caller advised people are screaming to call 911/unknown what is going on. Third caller advised red pickup left south on Swan. Officer ATL on Swan/Silver Heights.

Breaking and entering
W. College Avenue
Caller advised that someone broke into her residence/nothing was taken/door is broken. Officer set up frequent patrol until she gets the lock fixed.

Sunday, July 8

Game and Fish
E. 32nd Street and Royall Drive
Buck stuck in a fence/it’s still alive. Officer had contact advising one shot will be fired at this time.

Accident-property damage
E. 14th Street and N. Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised someone hit his vehicle at the intersection and left/it was a gray Chrysler car.

Welfare check
Memory Lane
Caller advised that her daughter had four unwanted subjects at her apartment yesterday and wants to make sure she’s okay. Officer had negative contact with anyone at the residence.

Criminal trespass
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that a named female who has a CTW is at Walmart and just walked out of the store.

Domestic disturbance
Big Ditch
Female was being choked by a male under the bridge/she was yelling for him to get off. Officers had contact.

Breaking and entering
Virginia Street
Caller advised someone broke into his residence and went through his belongings but nothing was taken, although the front door is broken.

Criminal damage to property
Newsham Street
Someone tried to break into shed.

2020 Memory Lane
Caller advised that a named male is bothering him/wouldn’t provide further info.

Welfare check
E. 12th Street
Caller advised she babysits for a female child and the child’s grandmother has been taking pictures of her private parts. Officer had contact advising that the grandmother stated the 1-year-old granddaughter had a diaper rash and that another grandmother was taking the pictures.

Missing persons
Lamina Loop
A 20-year-old autistic male has been missing for about an hour/he left upset. Officers out at Harrison Schmitt, Cleveland Street, to Tyrone Mine and back, with negative contact.

Unwanted subject
Valley Vista
A named female who is his girlfriend’s mother is outside his house refusing to leave.

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