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Friday, Apr. 26

Unwanted subject
Chavez Street
Caller advised her stepson is there and she doesn’t want him there/he is outside on the front porch with his girlfriend/he is not causing problems. Officer had contact advising two in unit en route to an address on Bayard Street.

Suspicious vehicle
Canal Street
Officers had contact advising male in his 30s is unresponsive at this time/send wrecker.

Welfare check
Howell Street
Caller advised that her 6-year-old daughter was taken by the father according to a parenting plan, but the daughter was never taken to school this morning. Officer had contact advising the child and the father are running late/both are okay/will call caller.

Unwanted subject
214 W. Broadway
A named combative client is causing problems/she is now outside the building. Officer ATL the client to issue indefinite CTW.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
Caller advised she received a whispering call from a named female who advised she needed help. Officer had contact advising en route with one female to El Refugio.

Missing persons
Stout Elementary School
Advised her 13-year-old daughter is missing from Stout/daughter is not answering her phone.

Welfare check
32nd Street Bypass
Female in a silver vehicle is unresponsive. Officer had negative contact.

Aggravated assault
Valley Vista
Five females fighting. Second caller advised a named male pulled a weapon, and left in a silver Honda. Officer had contact advising have two other units come.

Battery
1313 E. 32nd Street
A named female in BHU punched a staff member. Officer had contact advising the female was in a psychotic state/she attempted to bite the nurses who were leading her back to her room/the staff member was uninjured.

Harassment
Gough Park
Caller stated that some juvies are trying to stab her 12-year-old son with a knife/the juvies are by the basketball court. Officer had contact advising the son stated a boy threatened to beat him up and even pulled out a large knife that looked like a machete.

Welfare check
Cactus Street
Caller advised that a 6-year-old’s father did not let her go with her mother, and that the mother did not call because she is crying. Officer advised the father is at the PD wanting to give a statement about the incident.

Welfare check
Debby Drive
Caller can hear yelling and a female screaming. Officer had contact advising it was just a little boy screaming/everything is okay.

Suspicious vehicle
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that she thinks a drug deal is going on between an RV parked on the grocery side; vehicles drive up to the RV, are handed something by someone in the RV, and the vehicle drives off. The RV has been parked there for about a week and caller does not want the RV on the property anymore. Officer had negative contact with the owner of the RV/will be standing by to see if anyone goes to the vehicle.

Welfare check
Virginia Street
Caller advised her female friend just asked her to call the police and disconnected. Caller advised before they left her residence the male had been drinking and was “acting crazy.” Officer had contact advising dropped one male off at a Hester Street address.

Saturday, Apr. 27

Domestic disturbance
N. Juniper Street
Caller advising she can hear a female crying and arguing with a male/she thinks they are in a white pickup. Officer had contact advising everything is okay/it was a verbal argument.

Suspicious vehicle
2501 E. Highway 180 – 5:11 a.m.
Caller advised that the lady in the RV from the earlier suspicious vehicle call is back and wants officers to remove her. Officer had contact advising female said she would have the RV moved first thing in the morning/she was issued a CTA.

Suspicious vehicle
Fox Field
Van in the middle of the roadway. Officer had contact advising clear/he was looking for directions/vehicle is out of the roadway.

Accident-property damage
N. Hudson Street and W. Broadway
Caller advised she will be pulling into the post office parking lot. Caller stated her tires were damaged. Units out at a Cottonwood address.

Domestic disturbance
Canal Street – 11:35 a.m.
Caller advised that the stepson is causing problems/he is outside/it is verbal. Officer had contact advising units clear/all verbal/male is leaving now.

Shoplifting
211 W. Yankie Street
Caller advised he just realized a number of earrings were taken from his store yesterday.

Unwanted subject
Canal Street – 1:20 p.m.
Caller advised the stepson is back on the property and she doesn’t want him there. Officer had contact advising parties were separated and stepson left voluntarily.

Domestic disturbance
Yucca Street
Caller stated a named male is causing problems and refusing to leave. Officer advised everything is okay/units clear.

Loud music
E. 7th and N. Bennett streets
Officer had contact advising the music was not loud. Caller’s daughter stated she just had surgery and cannot rest because of the loud music. Officer explained the sound ordinance to them and advised them it was not very loud. Officer advised also spoke to resident listening to music and advised her of the complaint.

Welfare check
E. Pine Street – 7 p.m.
Caller advised she just received a text from a client which said “My blood is on your hands,” meaning she is going to kill herself. Officers at first had negative contact with client then had contact.

Battery
E. Pine Street – 7:17 p.m.
Female stated she was at the corner of Broadway and Arizona and when she tried to break up a fight she got elbowed in the ribs and she wants the company held responsible for her injury because they didn’t call LE. When the officer said she could have called herself, the female argued.

Unwanted subject
Sheriff’s Posse Road
Can hear a female yelling at someone. Caller was yelling at a named male. Caller was uncooperative and was arguing with male and not providing information. Officer had contact advising units clear/everything is okay.

Sunday, Apr. 28

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that a male took a bunch of stuff and left in a gray Jeep headed west on 180.

Loud party
18th and Juniper streets
Officer advised units clear/everything is okay.

Stolen motor vehicle
Leslie Road
Caller advised that someone just stole his mother’s white Dodge Dakota pickup. Officer had contact advising clear for now/caller does not want to report it as stolen right now/he just wants an ATL put out.

Game and Fish
S. Highway 90 and E. Victoria Street
A deer that was hit is still alive. Officer advised one shot fired to put the deer down.

Welfare check
N. Arizona and W.7th streets
Caller heard subjects yelling, but now she couldn’t hear the yelling. Caller requested patrol of the area.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
N. Bayard Street
Someone poured melted plastic on her vehicle that hardened and she cannot get it off.

Disturbance
Virginia Street
Caller advised her neighbors have been fighting all morning. It sounds like they are beating their dog. Officer advised the female has an outstanding warrant out of Judge Laney’s court for FTA.

Welfare check
Yucca Street
Caller advised that there is no food in his mother’s house. Officer had contact advising one juvie in unit en route to GRMC/mother stated she gets food stamps and at the . . .

Welfare check
Little Walnut Road
Caller stated a 3-year-old child is on the balcony of Building 10 yelling and crying, ”Dad, let me in.” Officers had contact/out at 10F/out at 10G/everything is okay.

Game and Fish
Little Walnut Road
Someone hit a deer and the deer is still alive on his property. Officer advised one shot fired/deer is dead.

Stolen motor vehicle
Leslie Road
ATL was put out for caller’s vehicle yesterday/she advised the vehicle was not returned and she would like to report it now as stolen.

Unwanted subject
2640 E. Highway 180
Caller advised he received a call that a ”bunch of hippies” is in front of his store/he wants them removed from the property. Officer had negative contact with anyone around the property.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Cedar Street
Someone threw a rock through caller’s back window.

Unwanted subject
Little Walnut Road
Caller advised that her boyfriend’s mom is causing problems and refusing to leave. Officer had contact.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller wants CTWs issued to two females who were being disruptive. Officer had contact advising the two females were causing issues in the store with two employees/the females are no longer there.

Welfare check
1040 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a traveling nurse went to lunch about five hours ago and has not returned to work and she is not answering her phone. There isn’t anyone by that name at the Motel 6/pinged female’s phone and it pinged off a tower by WNMU’s James Athletic Field at 4:26 p.m.

 

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