Monday, Jan. 7

Bluejay Lane
Caller advised his neighbors are making a lot of noise and possibly fighting/can hear someone breaking windows out of a car. Officers on scene.

Domestic disturbance
S. Pinos Altos and San Vicente streets
Male and female in the street yelling at each other. Officer advised out on PA Street/negative contact.

Accident-property damage
W. Highway 180/Georgia Street
Boyfriend driving and they slid on ice/no injuries.

Criminal trespass
3025 E. Highway 180
Named male going through their dumpster taking only paperwork. Officer put out ATL for the male to issue him a CTW for Ace Hardware.

1313 E. 32nd Street
Uncle just threatened her.

Domestic disturbance
Valley Vista
Male and female fighting/female went into the ditch area/male taking off in old blue SUV into the ditch. Officer advised contact with vehicle/unknown where the subjects went.

Suspicious vehicle
2501 E. Highway 180
Out with a named male/male released on NTC and CTW was issued.

Unwanted subject
2260 E. Highway 180
Homeless male urinating behind their building and going through their trash dumpster. Officer had contact.

W. 20th and Pope streets
A named male and caller had a confrontation/it wasn’t physical.

Welfare check
910 Silver Heights Blvd.
Male called 911 asking for help/lost male but he left an open line/can hear male yelling and arguing with someone. Officer in the area ATL.

Tuesday, Jan. 8

Stolen motor vehicle
C Street
Officer spoke to caller who advised a named individual took her maroon 2017 Jeep Patriot and her house keys/does not want to press charges and just . . .

Criminal trespass warning
Pinos Altos Road
A named female is banging on the door/she just left in a black Hyundai Elantra. Officer had contact with caller.

Unwanted subject
121 W. 12th Street
Caller advised he was harassed by a male in a dark green and black plaid coat with a hood, and a baseball cap. Officer had contact with a named male.

206 N. Hudson Street
Two males and one female fighting over money. Officer had contact with one named male and one named female who advised they were arguing with another male about money they were paid.

Game and Fish
Fowler Avenue
Dead deer on side of roadway/dead deer guy was notified.

Criminal trespass warning
900 N. Hudson Street
Caller requests a named female be issued a CTW/she is not there now.

Walk-in advised she lost a gun out of vehicle and is unknown if it is lost or stolen.

Stout Elementary School
Caller stated that five iPads are missing.

Domestic disturbance
Debby Drive
Between a named female and a named male/he is not letting her in the house/keeps locking her out/kids were crying. Officer had contact advising everything is verbal/will be standing by for the female to get some items.

Criminal trespass warning
Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller believes a named female is putting items into purse/has been on premises for a while/has run previously. Officer had contact advising female does have a CTW for all Family Dollar stores. Officer advised negative on a shoplifting/CTW violation/female was released on a CTA.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
Can hear a woman screaming/may have psychological issues. Officer had contact/everything is okay/it was a named female.

Suspicious vehicle
2633 E. Highway 180
Officer out with vehicle behind the store/has contact with a named male and a female/female released with CTW/out at Walmart.

Wednesday, Jan. 9

CYFD – 3082 32nd Street Bypass
Caller advised staff overheard a named female threaten to shoot up the building. Officer advised clear but will be doing follow-up/out at a Welsh Street address with county.

1318 E. 32nd Street
Caller advised he was just harassed by a male in a Toyota pickup over a parking space.

Suspicious vehicle
16th and N. Corbin streets
Male in a white car rambling stuff to caller. Officer out with a named male.

Reynolds Circle
Caller advising a male driving an old gray Cadillac with tape on the back window has run her off the roadway three times/occurred just now. Deputy identified driver but advised the driver is not here right now.

Criminal sexual penetration
3082 32nd Bypass – Juvenile Probation/Parole Office
Juvenile female with her parents in office reporting a sexual assault that occurred in Silver City.

900 N. Hudson Street
Missing sunglass frame.

Game and Fish
Florence Street and W. Highway 180
Deer with an arrow sticking out of it’s back on the side of the road. Officer had contact with caller/property owner gave officer permission to enter the property.

Welfare check
Little Walnut Road
A named female was supposed to pick up her child today at 1 p.m./has not had contact in two days. Officer had contact with female who is en route to pick up her kid.

Domestic disturbance
Georgia and W. 13th streets
Adult male walking south on Georgia Street yelling/he has a small child with him. Second caller advised of a male causing problems. Off duty officer in the area ATL.

Welfare check
N. F Street
Caller said he could hear a male yelling for help. Caller called back advising that a male is yelling in his yard/unknown what is wrong with the male. Dispatch can hear the male yelling over the phone. Caller called a third time advising male is now lying on the ground and yelling for help/he possibly fell off his porch. Officer had contact advising to send EMS.

Welfare check
1313 E. 32nd Street
Female who was discharged is threatening to roll herself into the roadway. Caller advised she is in a wheelchair and needs a ride to Denny’s. Dispatch advised LE cannot give her a ride if she is in a wheelchair, she would have to go with EMS or Corre Caminos. EMS refused to give her a ride advising they cannot do that and unknown about Corre Caminos. Officer en route to Denny’s.

Thursday, Jan. 10

Welfare check
Swimming pool
Possible intoxicated male lying on the bench. Officer had contact requesting ambulance for a 30-year-old male bleeding from the lip.

Unwanted subject
Bosworth Drive
Subjects inside his home that are not wanted there. Officer had contact advising caller stated that a named male and his wife have been living in his home and paying rent since November and they are no longer welcome there. Officer advised that caller will have to get an eviction notice to remove the two/everything is okay/only verbal between the individuals.

Unwanted subject
710 Silver Heights Blvd.
Advised someone paid for a female to stay in a room from Denny’s and now the owner wants the female to leave. Advised she is handicapped and they don’t want her staying there anymore and want someone to go tell her to leave. Officer had contact and issued the female an indefinite CTW for the Copper Manor/she left upon arrival.

Welfare check
N. Cooper Street and W. Broadway
Male walking in the middle of the roadway.

1960 E. Highway 180
A named male was just assaulted by another named male.

N. Bullard Street and W. Broadway
Male wearing a black hood pulled a knife out on someone and headed toward the Food Co-op.

N. Arizona Street
Caller stated a male keeps going to an address across the street from his house and causing problems/he is not leaving the area and is possibly breaking into the property.

Accident-property damage
N. Silver Heights Blvd. and 16th Street
Caller advised a white Toyota car and a white pickup are off the roadway in the Chinese Fast Food parking lot.

Accident-property damage
Ranch Club Road and Highway 180
Caller stated her gray Volkswagen and a gray car are involved.

N. Corbin and E. 12th streets
Gold Honda Accord and Chevy Prizm in the roadway at the stop sign. Officer requested tow truck for one vehicle.

Suspicious vehicle
Silver Heights/Iniguez
Officer advised vehicle ran out of gas.

Welfare check
Public Library
Caller advising a male is leaning on the fence/unknown if male is sleeping or what. Officer had contact advising male was just using the wi-fi.

Domestic disturbance
S. Pinos Altos and San Vicente streets
A couple is walking down the street and the female is telling the male to go away/she was pushing the male to get away from her. Officer had negative contact with anyone in the area.

Welfare check
S. Highway 90/bridge
Female in the middle of the roadway trying to flag someone down/she’s standing over something in the roadway. Officer had contact advising the female said a cat got hit in the roadway/she was advised to not call 911 for that.

1775 E. Pine Street
Caller advised some subjects are going to fight at the Moose/both subjects wearing black and white. Officer advised everything is okay/highly intoxicated parties were separated and left with sober drivers/units will be clear.

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