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Bayard Police Department

Friday, May 10

Welfare check
S. Canyon Street
Female caller advising someone was in her home she didn’t want there any longer/female kept breaking up/disconnected. Deputy advised that everything is okay.

Saturday, May 11

Accident-property damage
Main and Mayo streets
Caller stated a propane tank fell off his vehicle underneath and advised the propane is spraying out/it is underneath a gooseneck trailer.

Shoplifting
101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Female stole clothes and baby stuff/Kia SUV.

Suspicious vehicle
N. Yucca and Stewart streets
Officer advised to send the next wrecker for this vehicle/wrecker en route.

Sunday, May 12

Domestic disturbance
Hurley Street
Can hear subjects yelling/one keeps yelling get out. Officer advised will be clear/the male has a letter advising he is allowed on the property.

Battery
Poplar Street
Caller advised her daughter is on her way to her house in reference to she called saying she went to her ex-partner’s house in reference to child support and the ex-partner attacked her in the vehicle with the kids. Deputy advised to send ambulance for female who was battered/deputies en route to a Cottonwood address in Santa Clara for follow-up.

Hurley Police Department

Friday, May 10

Larceny
Santa Rita Avenue
No report.

Saturday, May 11

Welfare check
Romero Avenue
Advised she is not feeling well/she is stressed out. Advised she needed an ambulance but would not state why. Advised her dog needs more help than she does. Unknown exactly what type of assistance she is needing. Deputy requested EMS for 43-year-old female with mental issues who is not feeling well/negative on emergency response. Deputy advised clear/female with mental issues/refused transport/she is okay.

Sunday, May 12

Welfare check
Cortez Avenue
A named female is walking down the street bleeding from her head/she tore her stitches off of her head. Caller advised she does not look very good right now. Officer out at a Cortez Avenue address.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, May 10

Welfare check
W. Cottonwood Street
Caller advised a child was picked up by a parent in a silver pickup, who was possibly under the influence. Caller advised there is a CYFD referral that was made.

Saturday, May 11

Domestic disturbance
E. Pinon Street
Caller advised he witnessed a domestic on Pinon, then said he did not witness it but was called by a third party. Caller advised he did not know exactly what was going on/did not have any valuable info to provide.

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