Friday, Feb. 8

Unattended death
Chitalpa Street
Male not sure of his address/requested ambulance for unknown subject/line disconnected. Officer advised to contact OMI.

418 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised that a named male passed by in a maroon Ford Ranger and was harassing her. Officer had contact with caller.

Silver High School
Parties are separated/one in the principal’s office the other in the nurse’s office.

Welfare check
107 N. Bullard Street
Male passed out on sidewalk. Officer out with a named male/everything is okay.

Virginia Street
Caller’s daughter’s father told her that his sisters were going over to beat her up.

Welfare check
E Street
Caller stated he hasn’t been able to get hold of the female homeowner for the last week. Officer advised negative contact/clear.

Blackhawk Street
Caller reports a fraudulent check.

N. Silver Street
Caller stated he is being harassed by a named female and he wants her to stop calling him. Officer had contact with caller who advised he is court-ordered that they can’t have abusive contact. Officer advised would speak with female.

S. Arizona Street
Caller advised the neighbor who is always harassing her just threatened to kill her. Officer advised to set up frequent patrol/clear.

Loud music
W. College Avenue
Officer advised clear/negative contact with any music.

Saturday, Feb. 9

Suspicious vehicle
Royall Drive
Officer advised clear/it was the neighbor and her daughter.

Loud party
N. Silver Street
Officer out at a N. Silver Street address/party was broken up/clear.

Welfare check
Hudson Bridge
Male in dark clothing walking into traffic. Officer had negative contact.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
106 N. Bullard Street
Caller advising the back window on his red 2013 Dodge Caravan has been broken.

2501 E. Highway 180
Someone broke into the phone case last night and took four phones/caller has film ready.

Accident-property damage
Cardinal Lane
Vehicle backed into another vehicle.

Kimberly Drive
Caller advised her medication was taken from her mailbox.

3025 E. Highway 180
Two males took a chainsaw and headed on foot toward Wendy’s/stolen chainsaw was taken from them in the parking lot/one male ran into Wendy’s. Officers out at Wendy’s and Tractor Supply attempting to locate the pair.

411 Silver Heights Blvd.
Two homeless subjects on the corner/there is a bicycle and a bag thrown on the ground. Officer had contact with both subjects advising neither wanted to say anything and they left the area.

Sunday, Feb. 10

Loud music
Fowler Avenue
Officers at address advising no one would come to the door/but knew someone was inside as when officers knocked the music would be lowered. Officer will be issuing a . . .

Suspicious vehicle
1814 N. Swan Street
Officer had contact advising female had to get away from her mom for a while/negative wants or CTWs.

N. Corbin Street
Caller advised that two males beat him up in his home yesterday and tried to kill him/they tried to stab him in the head.

3025 E. Highway 180
Someone cut the fence and stole items from the yard.

Domestic disturbance
W. Market Street
A named male just chased a female to the neighbors/female was holding her chest and mouth. Caller advised they have been fighting. Officer advised contact with female was made earlier who advised nothing was wrong/back en route to make contact with her again. Officers advised parties separated/both advised it was all verbal.

Unwanted subject
3001 S. Highway 90
A named male is there very agitated/he made a threat to a member of the church because they had blue hair/made threats to other members as well. Caller advised the male left but threatened he would be back. Officer ATL for male with negative contact/on scene speaking with caller.

Welfare check
Yucca Street
Walk-in requested welcheck on her mother. Officer advised everything is okay.

1313 E. 32nd Street – 3:34 p.m.
A named female is causing problems in the ER. Officer advised everything is okay/they’re discharging the female.

2501 E. Highway 180
Male in front of the Girl Scout stand causing problems/he was just kicked out of Walmart. Officer issued the male a 24-hour CTW.

Welfare check
E. Pine Street
Caller advised her grandma isn’t answering her phone. Officer had contact with grandma/she’s going to call her granddaughter.

Unwanted subject
1313 E. 32nd Street – 4:30 p.m.
A named female is discharged and refusing to leave. Officer advised en route to Gospel Mission/out at Spring Street Park.

Reckless driver
Highway Hudson/Highway 180
A named male called this in on his ex-wife to harass her, according to either dispatch or LE.

Welfare check
Little Walnut Road
Officer had contact with subject who contacted caller.

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