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Monday, Oct. 7

Welfare check
Rio de Arenas Road
Caller believes a runaway juvi female might be in this residence with her ex-female partner/the lights are on in the trailer and they weren’t on earlier. Deputy advised clear/negative contact with that juvi here.

Domestic disturbance
Tabor Drive
Caller advised his wife is causing problems/negative on physical, alcohol, or drugs/she is upset over a missing remote/she’s been like that all morning/she just went outside/she is nailing the windows shut at this time.

Welfare check
Camino Seco – Arenas Valley
Female and baby. Deputy advised female and baby are okay.

Tuesday, Oct. 8

School threat
San Lorenzo Elementary
No blotter report.

Fraud/embezzlement
Butterfield Lane – White Signal
Caller has his property for sale on Craig’s List and someone sent him a fraudulent check for over $17,000.

Harassment
Oakwood
Caller advised a group of teenagers are walking to her residence with bats/they are trying to fight her 16-year-old daughter who is home. Deputy had contact with a group of subjects at Oakwood and Dogwood.

Shooting at or from a motor vehicle
Burro Springs Road – Tyrone
Caller advised they were driving down Burro Springs Road testing out a vehicle they are working on when a resident in the area started shooting at them/does not know which residence it came from/negative on any injuries. Deputies advised had negative contact with either caller or the residence.

Criminal damage to property
Western Drive
Caller advised her sister called saying her grandson was breaking her windows. Deputy advised clear/caller did not want to report at this time/negative on any CTW being issued.

Wednesday, Oct. 9

Reckless driver
Highway 180 and Saddle Rock Road
Vehicle was swerving/possibly drunk driver/could not maintain lanes. Deputy advised male had an interlock and was released.

Stolen motor vehicle
High Lonesome Road
Caller had a side by side parked on a trailer and they are both gone from his yard. Deputy on scene.

Accident-property damage
E. Highway 180 and Morales Road
Caller in a silver GMC hit a deer. Deputy requested wrecker at owner’s request.

Larceny
Cleveland Mine Road
Caller had several pieces of jewelry stolen and needs to report it.

Thursday, Oct. 10

Burglary
Burro Springs Road
Caller advised he just got a call from a neighbor who advised his property had been broken into and there is major damage. Wants a deputy to meet him there.

Breaking and entering
Cottonwood Road
Caller advised she just got home and noticed a female walking out of her house. When caller asked who she was the female stated “Oh, wrong house.” Vehicle is a gray 4-door car. There are two males with the female/female looks like a tweeker.

Welfare check
RDA Mobile Home Park
Male has a brace on his leg and he is running in and out of traffic. BPD officer had contact advising he is on the side of the highway not in traffic.

Larceny
N. Pheasant Drive
Caller advising they are moving out of this property and when she returned she saw that someone had opened two of the gates and stolen all of the flowers from a flower pot. A wrought iron table and three wrought iron chairs were also taken.

Disturbance
3420 E. Highway 180
In Room 235, a named female has been fighting with a customer and caller wants a CTW issued. SCPD officer advised to see if county can assist as officer is tied up on calls. The named female was issued a CTW.

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