Bayard Police Department

Friday, Nov. 30

Criminal damage to property
Maple Street
To a vehicle.

Welfare check
Empire Street – 2:18 p.m.
Father is supposed to pick up children at 2 p.m. Mother is not supposed to have contact with father. Officer had contact advising the male is at work right now and he does have paperwork that says he was not supposed to pick up the kids.

Unwanted subject
N. East Street
Sister is causing problems and refusing to leave. Parties are separating/mother on way home.

Saturday, Dec. 1

Welfare check
Diamond Street
Caller says a (redacted) pointed guns at her friends who tried to do a welfare check at (redacted)’s residence. Caller does want a welcheck on the female inside the residence/the female has a black eye. Officer issued (redacted) an indefinite CTW for 328 Diamond Street and (redacted) an indefinite CTW for 501 Canyon Street.

Domestic disturbance
S. Franey Street
Caller was advised by one of his tenants that his neighbors are fighting/can hear yelling and screaming on the other side of the wall. Officer had contact advising will be clear/subjects were playing a game and became upset at the game not at each other.

Hurley Police Department

Friday, Nov. 30

Game and Fish
Romero Avenue
Caller advised he trapped a pack of javelinas in his front yard and now doesn’t know what to do. Caller was advised to just let them back out but he’s afraid to do so. Officer advised clear/the javelinas did get out.

Santa Clara Police Department

Saturday, Dec. 1

Game and Fish
S. Bayard Street
Caller advising behind her residence on Bellm Street there is a mountain lion or a bobcat/advising she thinks it ate her neighbor’s dog/she could hear it growling. Officer advised everything is okay/negative contact.

Sunday, Dec. 2

N. Bard Street
Caller advised his back door was kicked in and someone has stolen his TV and Xbox system.

Manhattan Park Drive
Caller advised her son had friends staying the night last night and someone stole the son’s Playstation.

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