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Friday, Sept. 7

Welfare check
1060 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that a male is in his lobby who was hit by a vehicle/it appears he needs medical attention but he is refusing/appears to be intoxicated/male does not want LE involved.

Disturbance
N. Swan Street
A named female is causing problems. Officer had contact advising parties are separated.

Game and Fish
32nd Street – JPO
An officer observed a fawn lying in the middle of the roadway/it was still breathing but would not get up and appeared to be injured. After receiving authorization the fawn was dragged to the side of the road and the officer waited until vehicles on the road passed. The officer shot . .

Harassment
Howell Street
A named male just threw a water bottle at his vehicle on Silver Heights. Officer had contact with caller who advised no damage was observed to his vehicle/he has a restraining order against the male.

Harassment
W. Kelly Street
Caller advised she has no parking signs in front of her residence and they are yelling at her that they can park there.

Criminal trespass
N. Silver Street
A named female is in this apartment and she has a CTW. Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
Kiva Place
Advised that a named female hasn’t been answering her door/hasn’t had contact with tenant for about a month.

Aggravated battery
Pope Street Park
Caller advised his male friend was beat up by someone/he has black eyes and a bloody nose.

Harassment
S. Cinc
Officer had contact with caller who advised a named male stepped onto his property and has caused problems in the past. Advised it’s his wife’s ex and he wants a CTW issued to the male.

Accident-property damage
Highway 180 @Lawley Toyota
In the intersection/caller is driving a gray Hyundai Tucson.

Welfare check
N. Bennett and E. 8th streets
Male lying on the ground. Officer out with a named male and a named female/they were waiting to use the ATM/but are leaving now.

Larceny
Kimberly Drive
Male is running down the street/he is hiding behind a tree on Village and Pine Street/he did drop the package in someone’s yard. Officer out with a named male/officer has the packages.

Unwanted subject
2040 Memory Lane
Caller advised that kids are playing on an adjacent empty lot that is private property and she wants them removed and issued CTWs.

Domestic disturbance
N. Gold Street
Caller advised that her stepson hit her and his dad. Officer had contact advising to send more units/emergency traffic. Deputy requested ambulance for an officer with a head wound. Officer advised two named males are in custody and multiple Tasers deployed. Officer advised to call out all of graveyard shift.

Welfare check
The Hub
Caller advised that a named male is screaming and yelling at people. Officer had contact advising it was an argument between two friends/two warrants out of Judge Laney’s court/everything is okay/negative on anyone in custody.

Welfare check
Market Street
A named male and a named female are involved in a domestic.

Saturday, Sept. 8

Welfare check
Yucca Pod Lane
Open line/female crying on 911/dispatch can hear a baby crying in the background. Officer out
with a named male/clear.

Stolen motor vehicle
Gold Street – 12:32 a.m.
Caller advised he was dropping off some friends and a male pulled a gun out on him and stole his white 2004 Kia Spectra/the male was with a named female/he took off running north on Swan Street. Officers had contact with caller advising en route with one male to College/Gold.

Suspicious vehicle
N. Swan Street and E. College Avenue – 12:41 a.m.
Caller advised that a white car is circling the area and is now parked with the trunk open and caller does not see anyone around. Officer had contact with vehicle/clear/back out with officer from above entry.

Domestic disturbance
Yucca Street
Caller advised the neighbors are yelling and screaming at each other again.

Shoplifting
206 N. Hudson Street
Adult male took off running with beer headed toward Food Basket/clerk chased him down and took the beer from him. Officers advised negative contact/will get video later to ID subject.

Accident-Property damage
Penny Park
Someone backed into unit/request county unit.

Harassment
Cactus Street – 1:10 p.m.
Neighbor is harassing them with a derogatory sign they have put up in their yard because neighbor thinks they called the city (Officer – about their weeds) and they did not.

Welfare check
N. Bullard Street and W. Broadway
Male asleep on the side of the street.

Unwanted subject
Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised ex-girlfriend is refusing to leave. Officer issued female an indefinite CTW for the address. Caller called back advising the female is back banging on her window. Officers advised one female in custody.

Shoplifting
1502 Silver Heights Blvd.
Male took off running and a named male chased him/now at Pope and Hwy 180.

Welfare check
N. Cooper Street
Caller advised that her daughter received a disturbing text stating she would find her daughter dead on the side of the road. Caller believes it was her ex-husband but isn’t sure. Officer set up frequent patrol for next two months.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
A named male is shoplifting by electronics and is carrying a machete/possibly sticking baby formula in his pants. Officers at pharmacy doors/en route with one male.

Harassment
Cactus Street – 6:40 p.m.
Neighbor is now flipping them off and yelling at them/officers clear.

Intoxicated persons
1300 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised that an intoxicated male is in the parking lot bugging everyone there. Officer had contact with male by the bathrooms/giving him a ride to the Do-It-Center.

Welfare check
N. Silver and Birch streets
Male lying on the ground. Officer had contact advising units clear/male did leave walking.

Criminal trespass warning
200 N. Bullard Street
Caller advised they just had a fight but it is now over and the parties are separated/one of the subjects was a homeless male who is always downtown. Caller does not know his name but wants him issued a CTW.

Sunday, Sept. 9

Domestic disturbance
Virginia Street
Caller advised that a named male started hitting caller’s female friend/she got scared and got her two kids and the friend’s daughter and left. Officers advised in foot pursuit south on Virginia headed toward the ditch.

Domestic disturbance
W. 12th Street
Caller advised that her stepson is being violent and her husband is encouraging it. Officer and dispatch had negative contact/no one is answering the door or the phone.

Aggravated battery
1313 E. 32nd Street
Male from previous medical call jumped into the driver’s seat and took off dragging a security guard. Officers and deputies out at the hospital/deputy with one en route to her home/units clear.

Game and Fish
W. Highway 180 and Kentucky Street
Dead deer in median.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
Caller advised that his kids may have scratches on their faces. Officer had negative contact/nobody home.

Welfare check
Highway 180/James Stadium
Vehicle facing wrong direction on shoulder/female chasing after her dogs with blood on her face/male driver in vehicle. Officer had negative contact.

Domestic disturbance
Alabama Street
51-year-old with a broken nose/bleeding/high priority/en route to GRMC.

Welfare check
N. Main Street
Caller advised he has not had contact with his 94-year-old mother since yesterday. Officer had contact advising mother is okay/clear.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
Loss prevention officer has someone in custody for trying to steal alcohol. Subject released on a CTA.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
Caller advised that someone was trespassing in her home then hung up. Dispatch recognized the voice. Officer had contact advising caller is okay.

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