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Monday, Oct. 7

Identity theft
Hilltop Road
Caller advised her computer was hacked.

Accident-property damage
Luck and Alabama streets
Caller is in a red Taurus/other party in a blue Durango.

Unwanted subject
407 N. Hudson Street
Homeless male refusing to leave/has been inside sleeping for the past two hours.

Domestic disturbance
100 N. Rosedale Road
Caller advised his ex-girlfriend just hit him while he was holding his 4-year-old daughter. She just left in her maroon Nissan Maxima/caller is on foot. Officers had contact with vehicle/negative contact with female.

Harassment
100 N. Rosedale Road
Male harassing customers again/he has a little girl with him/he is trying to pick up prescription narcotics/he has no ID with him. Subject is outside asking and harassing customers for their IDs. Officer has contact with male/giving him a ride to DMV.

Criminal damage to property
2711 Leslie Road
Male wearing all black broke a window. EMS1 advised patient will remain in police custody. Officer advised female released by judge.

Larceny
2501 E. Highway 180 – Subway
Incomplete blotter entry.

Fight
Cherry Hills Park
Caller just broke up a fight/a named female was making her brother fight another boy. Caller believes the brother is about 9-years-old and the female about 12-years-old/kids live somewhere on Kimberly.

Unwanted subject
915 Silver Heights Blvd.
Female in a silver car claiming she can buy everybody everything/female’s card doesn’t work. Caller wants her and her vehicle removed. Officer issued Deandra Tenoria an indefinite CTW for Silver Heights Chevron.

Unwanted subject
Trail Ridge Road
Tenant was evicted and one of his daughters broke into the apartment/she also broke the gate on the bottom of the stairs and has been living in the apartment. Officer stated everything is okay/all units will be clear/will follow up tomorrow.

Criminal trespass warning
Plata Road
Neighbor turns around in his property and dumps trash in his property and wants her issued a CTW, but doesn’t know where she is right now.

Battery
121 W. 12th Street
Caller advised that a named male just hit him in the face and the male is leaving on his bike toward Penny Park. Caller refused medical/other subject was upset because caller gave his girlfriend a ride. Officer requested EMS for male with cut to his face.

Accident-property damage
N. Juniper Street and Silver Heights Blvd.
Someone hit a deer/removed deer from roadway/but vehicle left.

Game and Fish
1510 Silver Heights Blvd – U-Haul
Caller advising deer in the roadway that needs to be put down/it keeps trying to get up.

Unwanted subject
1313 E. 32nd Street
Escorted a named male off the property but now he is lying in the roadway on 32nd and the entrance to the ER/keeps trying to go back/he is intoxicated. Officer with Eugene Lynn in unit en route to 12th and Grant.

Tuesday, Oct. 8

Fraud/embezzlement
1075 E. Highway 180
Employee took money from register/employee is on suspension at this time.

Disturbance
106 W. Broadway
Female in Room 75 is causing a disturbance and wants LE to tell them to settle her down.

Domestic disturbance
1810 N. Swan Street
Caller advised a couple is fighting/the female is hitting the male. Officer out at 19th and Gold with a named female.

Disturbance
1313 E. 32nd Street
Patient has been discharged and he is refusing to leave and yelling and cussing at workers. Officers will be taking Eugene Lynn to Bayard.

Fight
Silver High School
Females in office now. Officer advised no charges.

Disturbance
N. Bullard Street and W. Broadway
Caller advised she confronted a lady because she left her dog in her vehicle, now the female is upset and yelling at caller. Officer advised other party left prior to arrival.

Unattended death
600 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised a 97-year-old female passed away. Officer advised to send ambulance/there isn’t anyone here to pronounce this female deceased.

Accident-property damage
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller in a green Honda advised he was rear-ended by a blue Honda.

Domestic disturbance
Alabama Street
Caller advised that her mother is trying to take her kids/she was pulling caller’s hair/mother has locked the kids in the house.

Unwanted subject
2501 E. Highway 180 – Subway
Caller advised the male who stole a bag of chips yesterday is back harassing and threatening caller. Second caller advised male that was issued a CTW last week is in the store and attacked him.

Welfare check
106 W. Broadway
Caller advised one female and two males are by the construction area and believes they are trying to steal wooden planks. Officer advised a named female and a named male were painting murals/everything is okay.

Missing persons
Harris Road
Caller advised her mother is possibly missing/has not been seen or heard from in 24 hours. Officer had negative contact with female.

Intoxicated persons
N. Silver Street
Caller advised an intoxicated male is refusing to leave/he was causing problems/his ride just got on scene/line was disconnected.

Wednesday, Oct. 9

Suspicious vehicle
2850 E. Highway 180
Out with two vehicles.

Larceny
1313 E. 32nd Street
Caller advised someone stole the driveline from a truck in the parking lot.

Larceny
Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised someone stole her camera/doorbell from her business.

Game and Fish
Silver Heights Blvd. and N. Silver Street
Caller advised of a dead deer/ dead deer guy is en route.

Welfare check
N. Combs Street
Caller advised his neighbor’s water has been running for three days now/he has not seen her in a few days/he knocked on her door with no answer/the water is now going under the foundation of his house. Officer had contact with female and neighbor/everything is okay/clear.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named male has a CTW and he just ran out of Walmart. Officers advised Corey Cohn who has an indefinite CTW for Walmart left prior to arrival.

School threat
Silver High School
No information.

Unwanted subject
Walgreen’s
Caller stated a woman was digging through the trash.

Robbery
401 N. Bullard Street
Male with gray hoodie/did have a 9mm gun on him/gun looked 9mm or .45 black/ran up Market toward Texas/they are okay in the store/have two witnesses. Caller advised the male ran off with several watches and dropped some on the sidewalk.

Accident-property damage
1500 N. Silver Heights Blvd.
Fender bender between a black Toyota and white BMW.

Criminal trespass warning
2633 E. Highway 180
Female is refusing to leave. Officer advised contact with Teresa Haffey/she does have an indefinite CTW for Dollar Tree.

Disturbance
Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised he was beat up by two named males/he has locked himself in his room/they left. Officers out at a Pinos Altos Road address for follow-up.

Game and Fish
Little Walnut Road and Cain Drive
Dead deer before her residence.

Welfare check
2501 E. Highway 180
Female lying on the ground yelling/has green hair and is skinny. Second caller advised the same. Officers on scene.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
The named male is back at Walmart and needs to be removed. Officer had contact advising male is running out the door/everything is okay/one in custody.

Criminal trespass warning
1220 N. Hudson Street
A named male seems intoxicated and is at the bench in front of the store. Officer advised unit clear/male is being transported.

Game and Fish
2930 Little Walnut Road
Caller advised she ran over a deer and moved it out of the roadway/it is still alive. Officer had negative contact.

Shooting
1313 E. 32nd Street
A named male just came in with a gunshot wound to the arm and will not say where it happened. Officers advised male was not going to cooperate/unit clear/male advised he is not answering any questions.

Loud music
16th and N. Corbin streets
Officer advised the noise is a named male playing a trumpet.

Unwanted subject
1313 E. 32nd Street
A named male has been discharged and is causing problems refusing to leave. Officer advised the male left property/units clear.

Disturbance
N. Bennett and 16th streets
Officers out with two named males and one named female.

Larceny
Lion’s Club
Caller said a male just took a baby buggy full of stuff. Officers had negative contact at Pope Street Park.

Thursday, Oct. 10

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
Customer trying to leave with furniture at the grocery entrance. Second employee is with the customer right now. Female shoplifter/not causing problems. Officer issued Desiree Reyes an indefinite CTW per the manager.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
W. Kelly Street
Caller’s daughter had the windows busted out at their home.

Welfare check
Catholic Cemetery – 1598 S. Cooper Street
Caller stated two individuals are parked in a gray Honda. Officer had contact with a named male and a named female.

Reckless driver
E. College Avenue and N. Hudson Street
Caller stated a school bus ran a red light at the intersection and almost hit him and other cars/heading toward Tyrone. Officer had negative contact all the way up toward Highway 90.

Shoplifting
1956 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named female was caught shoplifting a DVD/wants her issued a CTW for Albertson’s.

Unwanted subject
Visitor Center
Caller advised a female went into the Visitor Center and started to take their items down from the shelves then took off down the ditch. Officer had contact with the female outside the Visitor Center and issued Sara Alvarez a CTW for the property.

Welfare check
Little Walnut Road
Caller advised the father of a 3.5-year-old male has been having problems recently/this is the first time the father has had the child for one consecutive week and caller is concerned. Officer had contact advising child is fine/will call caller.

Intoxicated driver
2005 E. Highway 180
Employees tried to discourage the male from leaving but he left anyways. Officer had negative contact.

Shoplifting
1220 N. Hudson Street
Male walking out the door/he took a bottle of liquor. Officer ATL/had contact with
Fabian Amaro at 12th and Bennett/out at Food Basket returning merchandise/male released on CTA.

Domestic disturbance
Plata Road
Caller’s ex-wife is yelling and breaking things and threatening caller. Caller is outside/she is inside still throwing stuff/he was asleep when she woke him up/it’s been three months since she’s been there/she is yelling at him through the window now, Officer advised units clear.

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