Bayard Police Department

Friday, Mar. 8

Unwanted subject
Hurley Street
Caller advised that a named male is refusing to leave her residence/he does not live there/he has been drinking. Officer issued the male an indefinite CTW for the address.

Unwanted subject
Maple Street
Son is getting out of hand.

Domestic disturbance
Fahey Street
Advised (redacted) is fighting with her husband/it was physical/subject headed toward the golf course/has mental issues. Officer advised one juvie male in unit en route to Bayard/requested ambulance for 12-year-old male involved in the domestic/complaining of head pain.

Criminal trespass warning
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
A named male is inside the store trespassing/he has a CTW for the store. Caller called back advising male is back in the store.

Saturday, Mar. 9

Criminal trespass warning
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
A named female in the parking lot is not supposed to be on the property and she keeps going in and out of the store not causing problems. Officer had contact advising one female in custody en route to Central Dispatch.

Welfare check
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Second caller advised a male is outside the residence yelling. Officer on Rosemary being flagged down by a male.

Unwanted subject
Stewart Street
(Redacted) causing problems outside in the front yard. Officer advised (redacted) left upon request.

Hurley Police Department

Friday, Mar. 8

Welfare check
Caller stated that her son is under narcotics at this time and her father is outside the residence. (Redacted) is having suicidal ideations. Officer on scene.

Saturday, Mar. 9

Unwanted subject
Elguea Avenue
(Redacted) is banging on his door refusing to leave. Subject left prior to arrival/everything is okay.

Sunday, Mar. 10

Welfare check
Romero Avenue
Officer advised everything is okay.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, Mar. 8

Criminal trespass warning
E. Morrow Street
A named male is near her property and she does not want him there/advising he is not on her property. Officer advised clear/negative contact/will ATL in area.

Saturday, Mar. 9

Welfare check
N. James and W. Encino streets
Caller advised he heard a female scream and a vehicle drive off. Officer had contact with a female who advised she got into an argument with her boyfriend/he was going to stay away for the night and had left . . .

Accident-property damage
Santa Clara Post Office
Caller stated she backed up into a vehicle/both vehicles are on scene/a silver Toyota Tundra and a white pickup.

Welfare check
N. Bayard Street
Caller wants an officer to check out her garage to make sure it has not been broken into as she is out of town.

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