Bayard Police Department

Monday, May 13

Fahey Street
Caller advised his brother is out of control/nothing physical. Officer had contact advising everything is okay/grandparents were advised to call if anything else happens.

Unwanted subject
Bayard Elementary
25 to 30-year-old male causing problems at game. Second caller said someone saw this male kiss a little girl. Officer on scene with male.

Wednesday, May 15

Watson Street
Caller advised his son was outside trying to kill the dog/he was beating it and throwing it around. Son is back inside yelling and screaming. Deputy advised both units clear/case given to Bayard.

Suspicious vehicle
Cobre High School
At football field/subjects left upon request.

Thursday, May 16

Domestic disturbance
Budge Street
A named female is punching the walls inside the residence/not being physical with caller/just damaging the residence. Deputy advised all parties separated/will call later if landlord wants to file property damage charges.

Welfare check
Magistrate Court
A named female went into court stating something about not wanting to hurt herself then left, walking west on Central.

Unwanted subject
Hurley Street
Female advised someone is in her house that she does not want there. Female is hard to understand. Dispatch can hear female telling someone to get out. Caller advised she has been drinking but does not need any medical attention.

Domestic disturbance
N. Yucca Street
Caller advised that a named male was not letting her leave/he is standing outside at this time/she wants to get her things from inside the residence to leave/he did get physical with her, advising she is cut on her hand and broke her nails when he bent her fingers back. Officer issued an indefinite CTW to this female for . . .

Weapons fired
Pearl Street
Caller advised that she heard two shots, then five shots from across the street.

Welfare check
Runnels Street
Caller advised that a male is in the parking lot that wants to kill himself. Caller sounded mentally unstable. Officer had contact advising caller advised he is just going to go to bed.

Hurley Police Department

Monday, May 13

Welfare check
Santa Rita Avenue
Unable to contact, with reference to his mother being discharged from GRMC ER.

Criminal damage to property
Santa Rita Avenue
A bedroom window is broken/looks like someone threw something through it/no property or persons missing. Officer had negative contact.

Wednesday, May 15

Welfare check
Aztec Avenue
Caller advised he heard an explosion at his neighbor’s house/cannot see fire or smoke. Officer had contact advising the owner of a vehicle advised they were trying to start a vehicle and it was backfiring.

Thursday, May 16

Domestic disturbance
Bayard Blake’s
Silver car following a red van/they were fighting at the Santa Clara Cemetery.

Santa Clara Police Department

Monday, May 13

Welfare check
N. James Street
Children’s mother blocked caller’s number so he was unable to call and check on them. Caller called the school and was told the children were not taken in today. Officer advised everything is okay.

Tuesday, May 14

E. Pinon Street
Caller advised they are receiving harassing phone calls from various companies.

Wednesday, May 15

Welfare check
W. Pine Street
Caller was screaming and dispatcher could only understand Pine Street/caller continued to scream for a few minutes then disconnected. Officers out with a male who advised he did not call 911/units clear/everything is okay.

Thursday, May 16

Welfare check
Manhattan Park
Caller advised there is a camping trailer next to her residence and an older Dodge pickup with the door to the trailer sometimes open and sometimes closed. Officer advised clear/everything is okay.

Welfare check
Marcia Drive
A female is not answering her phone and she needs to go to the ER per doctor’s orders.

Welfare check
N. Cleveland Street
Chronic Care Management called to check on a named female who advised that she was thinking about killing herself. Officer had contact advising everything is okay.

Manhattan Park
Walk-in reported a stolen weapon.

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