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Bayard Police Department

Friday, Oct. 4

Domestic disturbance
Stewart Street
Caller stated a named male has a CTW on the location and she woke up to him on her couch/he started breaking things and throwing stuff/caller has left the house. Officer advised everything is okay/mother and son disagreement. Officer advised to remove CTW on the male as he is a resident at the address and they need to follow an eviction process.

Breaking and entering
Fahey Street
Caller advised someone tried to open his door and he had a knife/caller has him on camera now/male took off on foot/caller is home alone.

Loud music
Watson and Blackhawk streets
Officer had contact/music was turned off.

Saturday, Oct. 5

Criminal damage to property
Fahey Street
Caller advised someone broke into her nephew’s house/nephew is out of town/one window is damaged/unknown if entry was made. Officer advised clear/negative on a B&E, it is only the torn screen.

Larceny
101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Male in plaid pajama bottoms and hoodie took a Bluetooth speaker out of caller’s Dodge Durango and headed toward Hurley on foot. Officer advised ATL for male.

Hurley Police Department

Sunday, Oct. 6

Harassment
Santa Rita Avenue
The mother of caller’s grandson is threatening to come and take the child away after CYFD gave her custody.

Unattended death
Cortez Avenue
Unknown age male having trouble breathing/no medical history. EMS2 working code blue/ page out more responders/BFD did not acknowledge x 2. Deputy advised Bacasa on scene.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, Oct. 4

Domestic disturbance
N. Prescott and W. Cottonwood streets
Caller advised a large group of people are arguing and trying to pull someone out of a house. Officer advised it was just a verbal argument/units clear.

Saturday, Oct. 5

Domestic disturbance
W. Lincoln Street
15-year-old caller advised her uncle hit her/he is still there/he hit her in the neck/she scratched him/they got in an argument/he went to grab her and she scratched his arm.

Sunday, Oct. 6

Disturbance
W. New Street
Someone is outside yelling for a named male in reference to child abuse. Second caller is on scene advising she is upset about what the male did to her granddaughter and wants him to exit the trailer so they could speak with him. Caller was advised to stay away from the residence and wait for LE to arrive.

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