Friday, June 7

Welfare check
Western Drive
Middle-aged woman in the middle of the road/appears to have been beaten up. Deputy advised spoke to female/she advised units to leave her alone/she didn’t need any assistance/walked toward a residence.

North Hurley Road
Male harassing neighbor.

Criminal damage to property
Chalcocite Court – Tyrone
Caller advised that his son just called advising someone broke a window and drove off in a black pickup.

Unwanted subject
Bill Evans Lake Road
Two pickups and a sand rail doing donuts on private property.

Welfare check
Highways 61 and 180
Deputy had contact advising everything is okay/he advised he had a blowout and it jerked off road/will follow back to Silver City as vehicle has no spare tire/clear from following vehicle.

Welfare check
Wildwood Circle
Male called and advised he needed someone removed from his residence. A female got on the line and said everything was okay. Dispatcher heard a scuffle on the phone and female screamed, “You hit me in the face,” then got back on the line and advised everything was fine and would not give an address/line was disconnected. On callback the phone was off. Prior to tracing dispatch called again and a male answered.

Suspicious vehicle
Tyrone Park
Deputy advised dropped off at a Chalcocite Court address.

Saturday, June 8

Criminal damage to property
Iglesia Street – Hanover
Husband threw TV on ground and spit on and threatened caller. Deputy had contact with female caller who was uncooperative.

Sunday, June 9

Weapons fired
Kirkland Road – Arenas Valley
Caller advised she heard gun shot. Advised she fired her 12-gauge shotgun into the ground. She said they are out there somewhere on the property.

Domestic disturbance
Gold Rush Road – Hanover
Caller advised that her husband just attacked her and accused her of forgery. Male in background advised that she slapped him/couple started arguing/she disconnected the line. Negative contact x2 upon callback. Deputy had contact with male with injury to right hand refusing medical/negative contact with female.

Vehicle burglary
11781 Highway 180
Caller was going through security camera footage and believes someone was trying to steal a vehicle/they rolled a vehicle down but they didn’t get away with it.

Highway 152 – San Lorenzo
Caller advised subjects are giving him a hard time off the bridge in San Lorenzo. Deputy spoke with (redacted).

Welfare check
E. Pheasant Drive
Possibly a domestic near here/a female was getting beat up and is now trying to drink Clorox/she is sitting outside the trailer now.

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