Monday, May 13

703 Silver Heights Blvd.
A named male eating at Denny’s is being harassed by a named female.

W. Highway 180 and Alabama Street
Caller advised some sort of dispute is going on/disconnected the line after repeating the word, “Alabama, Alabama, Alabama.” Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
San Vicente Street
Walk-in advised she was babysitting over the weekend and the male child told her he wanted to kill himself/the mother has drugs in the house and has sex in front of the child.

N. Silver Street
Caller advised she is being harassed by a neighbor and needs help right away then disconnected the line. Officer advised everything is okay.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
3110 N. Silver Street
No report.

Welfare check
403 E. 12th Street
Male walking into the ditch by the UPS building with a small girl, 3-4-years-old, Officer had negative contact/will ATL.

Intoxicated driver
505 N. Bullard Street
Officer out at Bullard, waiting for male to come out of Co-op.

Welfare check
Caller advised she called a named male who seemed confused and advising he had not eaten today and had not taken his meds. XCPD was advised. 95-year-old male confused, alert and breathing normal.

Welfare check
Ridge Road and Mobile Drive
Caller advised a 9-year-old male is walking on Ridge Road carrying a baseball bag. Officer advised boy dropped off on N. A Street with his mom.

Welfare check
N. Silver and E. 20th streets
Male in white Toyota hitting female in passenger seat/headed toward highway.

Welfare check
1313 E. 32nd Street
Patient was discharged from GRMC ER/she returned to the ER advising she was too scared to go home to her daughter’s/her daughters were her ride at GRMC/they were waiting for her in the waiting room. Patient took off walking/daughters are searching for her. Officer had negative contact.

Criminal damage to property
2290 Superior
Caller advised it appears as if the drive-thru service machine at the bank has been heavily damaged. Officer on scene.

Unwanted subject
1040 E. Highway 180
Caller advised the male guest in Room 202 has been loud all day and rude with employees/caller would like him removed. Officer issued the male an indefinite CTW for Motel 6.

Tuesday, May 14

Domestic disturbance
Penny Park
Officer observed a named male and a named female who appeared to be arguing. Officers on scene.

2105 E. Highway 180
Female with a polka dot bag containing a ball for hitch, and hose for semi/male with tattoos in the middle aisle by the door. Officer issued one individual an indefinite CTW for location.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
Caller was notified that an alarm was going off in the apartment but no one is answering. Officer advised everything is okay/no one is home/battery from smoke alarm.

2501 E. Highway 180
A named male was threatening her and told her to leave his wife alone or else he will hurt her.

N. Gold Street
Caller just received a message from an unknown number, ”You’re dead, bitch.”

Welfare check
Ridge Road and Mobile Drive
Caller saw a male lying on the ground and people around him screaming and yelling. Two males and two females appear to be distraught and a male was face down on the ground next to a white pickup. A named female advised she heard shots fired. Second caller advised a white pickup with six subjects in it shot out of the window. Deputy advised a male just ran across Mountain View into the creek bed.

Accident-property damage
2501 E. Highway 180
Blue pickup and a black SUV/pickup rolled back.

Domestic disturbance
Leslie Road
Caller advised a male and a female were arguing outside then disconnected. Officer advised male left prior to arrival.

Welfare check
Valley Vista
Caller advised his 3-year-old daughter is with her mother and when they were on the phone the mother sounded in distress. Officer had contact with mother and daughter and everything was okay.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
E. Highway 180 and Memory Lane
Male walking down the highway throwing rocks at vehicles and a rock hit his vehicle. Caller is now at GCSO.

N. Corbin Street
Caller advised her neighbor is throwing rocks at them then hung up. Officer advised units clear.

1313 E. 32nd Street
A named male called asking for a female employee. Possible stalking activity.

Domestic disturbance
Lamina Loop
One party leaving in a white car possibly drunk/female still there/they were yelling and male broke the door off the house. Officers had negative contact with parties/everything appears okay.

Wednesday, May 15

Stolen motor vehicle
Silver Schools Maintenance Yard
Caller advised his work truck is missing from the bus yard. Officer on scene.

Alabama Street
Caller advised his house was broken into and tools taken, and a truck. Advised the whole window was removed from the frame of a 1994 2500 red Dodge truck. Officer set up heavy patrol for a month.

Domestic disturbance
N. Swan and 29th Street
Male was yelling and appeared to be hitting a Jeep in the driveway with a hammer/male was yelling at a female in the doorway of the house. Officer on scene.

Domestic disturbance
San Vicente Street
Caller advised her son is not listening and would like an officer to respond/then stated she did not want an officer that she was going to call a female neighbor from across the street. Officer advised that the child was upset because mom was busy. Officer contacted CYFD.

1201 Pope Street
Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
A named male is yelling and saying threatening things. Officer advised that the male was told to go to his apartment/all units clear.

710 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller is receiving harassing emails. Officer on scene.

Welfare check
Cactus Street
28-year-old male on medical and drank too much/is now throwing things in the room/he is sweating really badly. EMS2 staging at 24th/Cactus/male is going to be transported to GRMC.

Welfare check
Maple Street
Someone left a package at this location/it looks like a loaf of bread that looks very mysterious.

312 N. Bullard Street
Female stole post cards and candleholder in purse. Owner spoke to female down the street/post cards were free but the candleholder cost $4. Officer had contact advising the owner stated he does not want to press charges over a $4 item.

Welfare check
809 N. Hudson Street
Female in ditch screaming for help. Officer checked area with negative contact.

Thursday, May 16

1007 Pope Street
Officer spoke to a named male who stated he got into a verbal dispute with a lady because she was traveling in the bike lane at Jose Barrios School when she was trying to park. Officer was interrupted by a second male who was very upset, so the officer separated the parties. Officer then spoke to the second named male who stated the first male assaulted his wife and kids. Officer then spoke to the female who said that she was taking her kids to school and in the morning hours you can park in the bike lane at the school/she stated when she was trying to . . .

Aggravated battery
1810 N. Swan Street
Caller advised some males in a white car hit him in the face with brass knuckles/refused medical. Caller called back asking for an ambulance/55-year-old male bleeding from the mouth.

Unwanted subject
Visitor Center
Female near the cabin is bothering visitors. Officer had contact issuing the female an indefinite CTW.

Weapons fired
S. Corbin Street/old mill area
7-10 shots heard.

Walk-in advised that a named male has been harassing him.

Criminal trespass warning
1220 N. Hudson Street
Male in the parking lot has a CTW. Officer advised negative on male having a CTW but issued the male one for Food Basket.

Gough Park
A named female advised that another named female is harassing her. Officer had contact advising all are juvi females.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
Caller advised that a group of football players are at the Gateway Apartments and advised that some of their cellphones were stolen. No reports of larceny were made for stolen cell phones from SHS.

Domestic disturbance
N. Texas and W. Market streets
A male is cussing at the female/there are children there/male is getting in female’s face/advised the male stated “They have a license to fight because they’re married.” Officer had contact with male at the Javalina.

Suspicious vehicle
S. Arizona Street
Caller advised that a vehicle is parked on his parents’ property. Officer had contact advising the owner is going to get the vehicle from the property.

Domestic disturbance
Black Street
Caller advised she needs her boyfriend removed from their residence/he’s being mean to her. Officer advised units clear/male left upon request.

Welfare check
West Street
A named male is outside talking to himself/he says he’s just praying. Officer had contact advising the male did go home.

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