Bayard Police Department

Friday, Aug. 17

Domestic disturbance
Maple Street
Caller advised his mom was fighting with his dad who has now left.

Welfare check
Rogers Street
A named female was having trouble with her boyfriend.

Weapons fired
Rogers Street
Caller advised her neighbor was outside shooting at her horse trailer. Officer had contact advising male was shooting a BB gun/caller was advised/clear.

Welfare check
Erie Street
Caller advised that her neighbor is yelling for someone to call the cops/unknown what is going on.

Saturday, Aug. 18

101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Caller advised a truck is flipped over on the roadway and a white Mustang is there. Officers requested ambulance for a 41-year-old female with leg pain and fire personnel for debris in roadway. EMS3 en route to GRMC with two individuals.

Sunday, Aug. 19

Domestic disturbance
Ruby Street
Grandpa and mom are fighting/they are hitting each other. Could hear the female yelling and crying in background. Advised they are fighting over a car.

Breaking and entering
Dayhill Street
Caller stated that someone tried to get into her daughter’s residence/her daughter resides in Phoenix.

Hurley Police Department

Saturday, Aug. 18

Unwanted subject
Cortez Avenue
Caller advised that the female outside with tattoos was inside the restaurant yelling and cussing at customers. Officers had contact advising female was issued an indefinite CTW for the Gateway Restaurant and dropped off at the Hurley Post Office.

Sunday, Aug. 19

Suspicious vehicle
A Street Park
Vehicle was picked up.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, Aug. 17

Criminal damage to property
N. Mineral Street
Husband damaged her garage.

Suspicious vehicle
12055 Highway 180
Gray Subaru with one occupant. Officer had contact advising driver ran out of gas.

N. James Street
Kids threw a bunch of trash on the roadway. Officer out with three kids on Cottonwood/Hutchinson.

Catarena Court
Caller advised that his neighbor goes into his yard and takes his dog, accusing caller of not feeding it. Officer issued indefinite CTW to neighbor for caller’s residence.

Saturday, Aug. 18

Loud music
Manhattan Park Drive
Officer advised music was off when he arrived on scene/clear.

S. Bayard Street
Caller advised that a female just walked out of her storage shed with some items that don’t belong to her/she left walking. Officer had contact with female advising out on Oak and Prescott/one female in investigative detention/back out at caller’s address.

Welfare check
S. Bayard Street
Officer had contact with a female/she will be giving her husband a call.

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