Bayard Police Department

Friday, Apr. 26

Unwanted subject
Snappy Liquor
Caller advised a female is in the store causing problems and accusing them of ripping her off/she is now sitting in front of the store. Officer advised she surrendered/clear.

Saturday, Apr. 27

Unwanted subject
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Caller advised that a named male is bothering customers aggressively for money. Officer had contact with male on Highway 180/one in unit en route back to Food Basket/dropped male off on Hurley Avenue/negative on re-issuing CTW.

Sunday, Apr. 28

Welfare check
Guinevan Street
Caller advised she pressed the panic button on accident but was reluctant to give the address. Officer advised everything is okay/she pushed the panic button while trying set the alarm.

Domestic disturbance
Snell Middle School
Male and female in a green car. Officer had negative contact.

Domestic disturbance
Pine Street
Caller advised a named female hit him again/she is outside of the residence/unknown why she hit him. Officer advised negative contact with female or with caller/units clear.

Suspicious vehicle
Ruby Street
Officer requested wrecker for this vehicle because they couldn’t get hold of the owner.

Criminal damage to property
Guinevan Street
Caller advised someone tried to break into his garage, and kitchen screen was pried open.

Criminal trespass warning
400 Tom Foy Blvd.
Caller advised a named male is on the property and he has a CTW. Officer advised clear/male already left.

Hurley Police Department

Friday, Apr. 26

Welfare check
Highway 180 – MM 125 (1 mile south of Bayard Cemetery)
Caller advised a woman is walking with crutches north on the highway.

Welfare check
Lea Drive – 11:10 p.m.
Caller advised his elderly neighbor’s vehicle has been on since about 6 p.m./Officer had contact advising everything is okay/he just forgot to turn his vehicle off.

Sunday, Apr. 28

Domestic disturbance
Elguea Avenue
Caller advised his 14-year-old grandson is causing problems. Officer called SCI and the grandson remained with grandparents at the house/everything is okay.

Welfare check
D Street
Caller from Lifeline advised negative contact with 80-year-old female. Officer had contact advising it was a false alarm/everything is okay.

Santa Clara Police Department

Saturday, Apr. 27

S. East Street
Caller advised a named male is harassing his daughter and he doesn’t want him on his property.

DV order violation
Caller advised that a named male just got into her vehicle and will not get out/he is being verbally aggressive and cussing at her.

Sunday, Apr. 28

Welfare check
11988 Highway 180
Caller advised two small boys ran across the highway to the Dollar General.

Domestic disturbance
N. Prescott Street
Caller advised a male is trying to force a female to get on the motorcycle/he keeps pushing her. Officer advised units will be clear/motorcycle was seen leaving the area.

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