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Friday, June 28, 2019

Welfare check
Memory Lane
Caller advised a bicycle is on the side of the road with a jacket and a flashlight near it. Officer had negative contact with anyone or any bike.

Welfare check
Lamina Loop
Caller advised her next-door neighbors were yelling in the street.

Welfare check
N. Silver Street
The mother is on scene/they believe someone else might be in the apartment/caller has the key and will open the door.

Larceny
Kidder Road
Caller advised his niece is taking items from his residence. Officer had negative contact.

Unwanted subject
Little Walnut Road
A named male is on the property and refusing to leave/he has a CTW for the property. Officer had contact/male left.

Welfare check
Gough Park
Male /female/small boy sitting on tables/female was hitting the small boy in the head with a stick over and over and child is crying. Officer had contact advising they did have a 2-year-old child and he is okay/he was crying because he was throwing a fit.

Welfare check
W. 19th Street
53-year-old female is off meds and has possibly been drinking/making remarks about suicide. Officer had negative contact with anyone at the residence.

Welfare check
Valley Vista
Caller received a text from a named female advising that her mother’s boyfriend was hitting her mother and the mother tried killing herself/parents have a history of drug use.

Larceny
2 Ridge Road
On the day an employee quit, he stole $400 from the cash register/caller has footage ready.

Domestic disturbance
N. Bennett Street
Caller advised her neighbors are arguing and the father is trying to take the 6-month-old baby/they went back inside. Officer out with a named male and a named female.

Welfare check
Male and female arguing/female pulled a knife out on the male/he was running away. Officer out with Freddie Quesada who stated he was asking a named female . . .

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
Officer advised one female in custody with warrant for FTA in Judge Laney’s court/bond to be set/requested EMS for 48-year-old female complaining of shoulder pain/they also did find female trying . . .

Welfare check
Sara Court
Caller advised she hasn’t been able to get hold of her 40-year-old daughter who had surgery about 10 days ago. Officer had contact with house sitter who advised daughter is on a trip.

Domestic disturbance
Leslie Road
Caller advised that a named male threw things at her and hit her/he kicked her hand, pushed her and elbowed her/does not need medical attention. Caller advised male is possibly hiding in the ditch. 34-year-old female had her hand kicked/advising she cannot bend her fingers. EMS1 advised to cancel Silver Fire.

Domestic disturbance
Memory Lane
The fight has escalated and a female is crying. Officer advised clear/no one in the apartment was arguing/don’t know what caller was talking about.

Saturday, June 29

Domestic disturbance
N. Swan Street
Caller advised she just broke up with her boyfriend and he is harassing her/he just left on a bicycle/they have been fighting all day/he broke the front door earlier today. Officer advised follow-up on 15th Street/at SCPD on public service with DA on call.

Welfare check
N. Gold Street
He was supposed to have a child exchange this morning at KISS but female did not show up with his 4-year-old daughter. He has joint custody. There is a parenting agreement.

Panhandler
2290 Superior
A named male is harassing customers and possibly taking tools from the area/they want him to leave the area. Officer out at Holiday Express.

Harassment
Cactus Street
Caller advised that a named female and a named male are harassing her.

Criminal trespass warning
610 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller stated a named female is sitting waiting for someone to come and pay for the nail polish she used to polish her nails while she was inside the store. Officer out with a named female and a named male.

Accident-property damage
E. 11th Street
Caller stated someone ran into her mother’s white Toyota Yaris.

Welfare check
4041 S. Highway 90
Female advised to send LE then disconnected/could hear male in background yelling at the female to get off the phone. Upon callback male advised that they’re okay/wife got the wrong number. Officer had contact requesting ambulance for a 70-year-old female with cut to her left arm/bleeding is controllable/is on oxygen/lights and sirens.

Welfare check
E. 20th Street and Juniper Avenue
Female seems beat up/she can barely walk/has some dogs with her/has a cut on her face and her legs are cut up. Officer out on 20th/Juniper with the female – send ambulance for bleeding both legs/53-year-old.

Sunday, June 30

Domestic disturbance
W. Yankie Street
23-year-old wife cannot breathe/has epilepsy/possibly having a panic attack/wife just passed out/cannot wake her up/had two shots of alcohol tonight. Caller called back requesting LE to his house.

Welfare check
Fowler Avenue
A named male walking very slowly with cane. He’s okay.

Harassment
2320 E. Highway 180
Female employee is getting threats that someone is going to jump her when she gets off. Officer notified/advised clear.

Welfare check
1313 E. 32nd Street
A named male left 10 minutes ago with IV still inserted. No hold, just welcheck.

Welfare check
Village Drive and E. Pine Street
Male appears to be intoxicated/he is swaying when he walks. Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
206 N. Hudson Street
Male lying in the street/yelling/sounds intoxicated. Officer dropped Adan Hill Medina off at his residence on Old Mill Road/clear.

Suspicious vehicle
2334 Ranch Club Road – 7:30 p.m.
Officer had contact with a named male who advised they had permission to be there.

Harassment
2020 Memory Lane
Unknown subjects approached caller’s husband and brother-in-law and threatened to fight them. Officer advised clear from bowling alley/ATL vehicle.

Disturbance
2334 Ranch Club Road – 7:55 p.m.
Female broke open lock to storage that she lost due to nonpayment/she is now arguing with owner. Advised people have been cutting off locks and stealing from the containers. Officer issued indefinite CTWs to Renee Lucero and Diego Lucero for all of Griffin’s Propane property.

Welfare check
206 N. Hudson Street
Female and male intoxicated/just left Hudson Snappy in a black car with Minnesota license plates. Officer has one in investigative detention.

Unwanted subject
2260 E. Highway 180
Employee asked customer to call in reference to a male who is inside the restaurant that shouldn’t be there. Officer had contact and issued Eugene Lynn a CTW/he did leave.

Robbery
Gough Park
Contact with three males.

Welfare check
N. Silver and E. 19th streets
Caller advised a subject is thrown in the middle of the roadway/there is a bicycle and some groceries in the roadway as well. Caller did not want to get close enough to see if he needed help. Officer had contact with Mario Maldonado/he’s just highly intoxicated/clear/en route to a Daniel Street address.

Loud music
Fran Drive
Officer had contact with homeowner/advised they would turn it down for the night.

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