Bayard Police Department

Friday, May 17

Welfare check
400 Tom Foy Blvd.
Caller stated her son is not mentally stable at this time/he is outside on foot. Officers on scene.

Saturday, May 18

Unwanted subject
Empire Street
Caller advised her grandson is not leaving her residence. Officer had contact advising clear/grandson left.

Sunday, May 19

Breaking and entering
Vencill Street
Caller advised someone broke the door to her garage and made entry.

Welfare check
101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Female appears to be asleep by the back west door. Second caller advised same. Officer out at Family Dollar.

Hurley Police Department

Sunday, May 19

S. Geronimo Street
A named male is moving railroad ties and sign into her yard/her husband is out there now/a named male just went to his house on Arizona Street.

Arizona Street
Caller said the neighbors are yelling at her. Deputy had contact advising they just want a deputy to stand by while they clean the trash.

Santa Clara Police Department

Saturday, May 18

Domestic disturbance
Highway 152
Caller is a child/caller advised that her mother is trying to get her/caller just yelled “Mom, please don’t hit me.” Negative contact upon callback. Officer advised the male went with the mom and the daughter went with the dad.

Request officer
S. Prescott Street
Sister will not give keys back to black Dodge Durango. Can hear parties arguing over keys. Officer had contact advising will be giving female a ride to Runnels Apartments.

Unwanted subject
S. Bayard Street
Female was in caller’s yard, saying his dog was thirsty/she left walking. Officers ATL but negative contact with female.

Domestic disturbance
W. Lincoln Street
Caller advised his boyfriend beat him up and is now yelling at him. Officer on scene.

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