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Bayard Police Department

Friday, June 7

Domestic disturbance
Maple Street
(Redacted) was hitting (redacted) in the face/his lip is swollen at this time/negative on ambulance.

Domestic disturbance
Guinevan Street
Caller stated that her mother is trying to stop her brother from moving his belongings out of the residence.

Welfare check
Hurley Avenue
Caller received a call that a tenant was breaking the windows to the property. Officer had contact advising units clear/everything is okay.

Saturday, June 8

Fight
Orchard Street
Caller advised that a man was chasing another man with a bat, then left in a maroon Chevy truck to a nearby trailer park. Officer advised everything in the area appears okay.

Criminal damage to property
Hurley Avenue
Caller advised that around 6 p.m. last night damage to window.

Welfare check
Romero Avenue
Officer advised parties separated for the night/units clear.

Sunday, June 9

Welfare check
Empire Street – 12:01 a.m.
Caller thought some of her family members were in the house with her.

Fight
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Officer out with (redacted)/possible broken jaw/EMS2 cancelled by BPD/dropping off (redacted) at a Main Street address.

Domestic disturbance
Empire Street – 7 a.m.
Caller advised she can hear her family members arguing/people are in the house/unknown who is arguing/may have weapons and narcotics. Officer had negative contact with caller/had contact with neighbors who advised they didn’t hear anything.

Welfare check
Empire Street – 12:30 p.m.
Caller advised she can hear her 22-year-old brother asking for help. Officer advised standing by for mom to pick up kids to act on serving a warrant.

Welfare check
Highway 180 – Santa Clara
Caller advised his son’s friend, and friend’s mother and sister, went to caller’s house to hide from the fathers. Deputy has contact with runaway/female released to father.

Hurley Police Department

Friday, June 7

Suspicious vehicle
Hurley baseball fields
(Redacted) arrested on outstanding warrant out of Judge Sandoval’s court for failure to pay bond to be set/en route to station.

Welfare check
Cortez Avenue
Caller advised his neighbor is outside yelling. Officer had contact with neighbor who is intoxicated and uncooperative/units may have to go back.

Saturday, June 8

Unwanted subject
E Street
Caller advised that his soon-to-be ex-wife is refusing to leave. Officer advised female was picked up by brother and left/units clear.

Sunday, June 9

Welfare check
Highway 180 and North Hurley Road
Truck in the middle of highway, with female walking. Officer advised everything is okay/female was checking on her friends.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, June 7

Unwanted subject
S. Bayard Street – 6:35 p.m.
Male outside rental kicking door and AC. Officer advised units clear/verbal domestic only.

Larceny
S. Bayard Street – 7:30 p.m.
Caller advised (redacted) is at the residence and took her son’s cellphone and is refusing to give it back.

Reckless driver
Morrow/south Bayard
4-wheeler driving around. Officer had contact advising owner advised they are just fixing it, which is why they are turning it off and on/units clear.

Saturday, June 8

Larceny
Manhattan Park Drive
Caller advised that a named male has an electrical cord hooked up to her power pole/she just noticed it today. NMSP officer advised he would try to make contact with caller.

Reckless driver
S. East Street
Red Dodge sedan stuck in a ditch on boulder/was racing before that. Officer on scene/boulder with vehicle.

Sunday, June 9

Criminal damage to property
E. Mill Street
Caller advised that someone tried to break into his house/no one is living there now/his daughter noticed a broken window. Officer advised in the area ATL.

Welfare check
N. Mineral Street
Female called on 911 saying she didn’t know where she was and that something was going on but she didn’t know what and then disconnected. Officer had contact with female in the apartment and requested ambulance.

Welfare check
S. Bayard Street – 11:40 p.m.
Caller advised there is a domestic on Miller Street. Officer had negative contact.

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