Bayard Police Department

Friday, July 6

Welfare check
Cactus Street
Caller advised they are hearing strange noises outside/it sounds like animals fighting. Caller called back advising one of their windows just broke and aren’t sure what’s going on. Caller called back again advising something was going through their window and they don’t know what it is. Officer had contact advising clear/negative contact with any kind of animal.

Domestic disturbance
Empire Street
Caller advised his daughter is outside arguing with her boyfriend and he is inside with the kids. Officer had contact advising verbal only/parties are separated.

Saturday, July 7

Domestic disturbance
Diamond Street
Caller advised he is trying to leave and his wife will not let him/they were having a verbal argument.

Sunday, July 8

Game and Fish
Cobre High School
Injured elk on side of highway. Officer had visual contact but it left running behind Foy Ranch/it was limping.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Waggoner Street
Male at her house hit and damaged her vehicle. Officer issued male an indefinite CTW for the location.

Welfare check
Waggoner Street
Caller advised sister is afraid of her son because he is schizophrenic and has been off his medication. Officer had contact requesting ambulance for a 45-year-old male requiring mental evaluation/negative on lights and sirens.

Welfare check
Fahey Street – 11:10 p.m.
Caller has been trying to get a hold of his 87-year-old mother since 9 p.m. Officer had contact.

Hurley Police Department

No reports.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, July 6

Accident-property damage
Highways 152 and 180
Officer requested wrecker.

N. Prescott Street
Stolen pedal bike and he is chasing the subject. Officer had contact advising clear/all parties were returned their property.

Saturday, July 7

Suspicious vehicle
Highway 180
Officer advised it was employees.

Manhattan Park Drive
Caller advised that her son and another named individual have stolen her purse.

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