Friday, Oct. 5

Unwanted subject
Brianna Way
Caller stated that a named male is at his residence and he wants him to leave. Officer advised that the male left/no report.

Domestic disturbance
E. Yankie Street
Caller stated her son is being violent with girlfriend.

2501 E. Highway 180
Caller stated a named male is asking people for money and he has a CTW issued in 2013. Officer advised will do a quick walk-through/negative contact/put out ATL.

Accident-property damage
520 N. Bullard Street
Two vehicles/no injuries.

Welfare check
Ridge Road
15-year-old and a 10-year-old are living with a named male. Deputy had negative contact/no one answers the door.

Welfare check
E. Pine Street
While she checks for her daughter. Officer advised to put out ATL for a named male and a named female/if contact stop and welcheck.

Welfare check
N. Bullard Street and W. Broadway
Caller advised that his baby’s mother was driving downtown in a maroon Chevy truck and his daughter was standing up in the front seat. Officer had negative contact.

S. Arizona Street
Caller advised she is being threatened by her neighbors. Officer had contact with caller who stated a named female is threatening to kick her ass. Officer advised caller is possibly having mental issues/no further info at this time.

Domestic disturbance
E. 11th Street – 8:50 p.m.
Caller advised that her son is refusing to listen to her and refusing to leave/he does not live there. Officer had contact advising everything is okay/verbal only/clear.

Domestic disturbance
E. 11th Street – 9:20 p.m.
Caller advised that her brother is still arguing with her mom. Officer had contact advising brother did leave for the night/everything is okay/will brief graveyards.

Domestic disturbance
E. Yankie Street
Caller advised she is having trouble with her son again/he is yelling at his girlfriend/his grandparents do not want him there. Officer had contact advising clear/one party left/will brief oncoming shift.

1313 E. 32nd Street
Caller advised her husband’s tool set was taken from the back of his pickup.

Little Walnut Road – 11:55 p.m.
Caller advised that a male is yelling outside/she is scared because he woke her up.

Saturday, Oct. 6

1313 E. 32nd Street
Caller advised that an employee received a threatening call from an unknown person. Officer on scene.

Welfare check
1814 N. Swan Street
Caller advised that a female standing in the doorway of the store advised that LE was looking for her because her mother filed a missing person report. Caller advised the female was with a male who kept telling her to get out of the store/she advised him she did not want to go with him. Caller advised the female left walking toward Swan Street.

Welfare check
Combs Street -- 8:15 a.m.
Caller advised she can hear screaming and yelling for help. Officer had negative contact/clear.

Domestic disturbance
Bill Evans Lake
Caller has concerns about her husband/last seen at 2:30 a.m. at Walmart/possibly in the Bill Evans Lake area. Deputy advised en route with female to address.

Welfare check
N. Cheyenne Street – 1 p.m.
On a named male driving a white Ford Ranger (Refer to above Combs Street entry).

Welfare check
SC Daily Press – 1:15 p.m.
On a named male who just left their office barefoot in a white Ford Ranger talking nonsense (see above entry).

Welfare check
Luck Street
Caller advised that a 35-year-old named female called the facility stating she is having suicidal ideations/stated the female was hysterically crying/she is alone in the residence and left her 6-year-old child with a friend/doesn’t have any means at this time.

Suspicious vehicle
1814 N. Swan Street
White newer car with 2 males passed out inside/one has a cigarette in his mouth. Officer had contact.

Domestic disturbance
610 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller stated they were advised of a domestic behind the building. Officer had negative contact with anyone arguing.

Unwanted subject
GRMC financial office
Male was cussing and yelling at staff. Units out on foot/negative contact with male.

Welfare check
Hudson Plaza
Male in a wheelchair. Officer had contact advising male is okay.

2633 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that a named male is at the store asking for money. Officer had contact with store manager/they do want a CTW issued to the male.

Welfare check
N. Gold and E. 7th streets
Caller advised that a female who looks injured is lying on the ground. Officer had negative contact/units will be clear.

N. Bullard and W. Market streets
Caller advised her bike was stolen.

Unwanted subject
N. Silver Street
Caller did not know if the subject was still in the area. Officer advised ATL for a named male/if contact made issue CTW for this location.

Liquor laws
2800 Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised that a minor took his own alcohol into the Flame then went running toward the Moose Lodge. Officer has one female in custody/female was released to a named male on a CTA.

601 N. Bullard Street
Subjects did already leave/one male still on scene. Officer on scene.

Domestic disturbance
1929 Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised her friend is in a fight with her boyfriend/unknown if anyone is intoxicated. Officer had contact advising it was a verbal argument/everything is okay/units will be clear.

Sunday, Oct. 7

Domestic disturbance
La Cuesta
Caller can hear her neighbors fighting/she heard glass breaking followed by yelling. Officer had contact advising it was a verbal argument.

Welfare check
Silver High School
Caller advised a young male can hardly stand up/is possibly drunk/walking toward the hospital. Officers had negative contact.

Loud party
College Avenue and D Street
Officer advised the party was shut down/units will be clear.

Game and Fish
Ben Altamirano Sports Complex
Dead deer on boys’ JV baseball field. Dead deer guy was advised/will be en route.

Grant Street
Caller can see two males fighting across from Grinder Mill/they’re in the middle of the roadway. Officer on scene.

Unwanted subject
N. Pinos Altos Street
10-year-old son is hitting her and destroying the house. Officer advised negative on domestic/mother took daughter’s prescription pills and daughter wanted them back/mother wanted daughter to leave the residence/daughter did leave with the pills.

Welfare check
Georgia Street
A 42-year-old female called their call center threatening suicide over late credit card payments on her account. Officer had negative contact.

Criminal trespass warning
121 W. 12th Street
Female taking stuff out of the dumpster/want her issued a CTW. Officer issued the female an indefinite CTW and she did leave.

Welfare check
W. Market Street
Caller advised a named female is on meth and abuses her dog/doesn’t believe she is in the right state of mind/dog is a German shepherd named Dumas. Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
Penny Park
Young female cutting her arm/she is bleeding. Officers had contact requesting ambulance for a 13-year-old female with cuts on arm/bleeding isn’t severe/transporting juvi and mother to GRMC.

Domestic disturbance
N. Cheyenne Street
A named female is intoxicated and trying to hit her mother. Officer had contact advising parties separated/if there are more problems they will call back.

2501 E. Highway 180
Subject took batteries and other items and left in a red Matrix headed west on 180.

Welfare check
2005 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that a male diabetic is in the restaurant and he is pale in color and slurring his speech. Officer had contact advising clear/male is okay.

Stolen motor vehicle
E. Kelly Street
Caller advised that her boyfriend just took the black Subaru Forester she was borrowing/advised the male got in her face and was going to hit her/he did leave already. Officer had contact advising one in unit en route to Bayard to get with second victim to see if they want to press charges.

2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised he has a male and female in the office. Officer advised the two were given a CTA.

Welfare check
Lamina Loop
Caller advised his 17-year-old son came home drunk or high on something and he has had trouble with him all afternoon.

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