Bayard Police Department

Monday, Apr. 29

Welfare check
Walnut Street
Caller advised that a female is passed out behind the wheel of a white Lincoln that is parked next door.

Welfare check
Orchard Street
Caller advised she heard her neighbor call for help. Officer had contact advising neighbor is okay.

Domestic disturbance
Runnels Drive
Caller advised he heard a lady scream and a glass breaking. Officer had contact with owner of apartment advising she just got there and didn’t hear anything.

Welfare check
Caddell Crossing
Male lying in the creek. Officer advised someone was just lying down, relaxing.

Friday, May 3

Diamond Street
Caller advised he has footage of someone stealing something from his backyard.

Saturday, May 4

Criminal trespass warning
Stewart Street
Caller advised her son is in the residence. Officer advised the CTW that was issued is invalid because it is his home too.

Sunday, May 5

Criminal trespass warning
Hurley Street
Neighbor is not supposed to be on premises. Officers had contact advising he does have an active CTW for this location.

Hurley Police Department

Friday, May 3

White Chevy truck broke down in the middle of the roadway. Officer advised call and find out/female found.

Welfare check
Aztec Avenue
Out at an Aztec Avenue address trying to make contact with someone/be back out at another address.

Domestic disturbance
Arizona Avenue
Hurley PD called advising a named female is having problems with her son. Officer requested ambulance for a 46-year-old male complaining of being dizzy. Bayard FD advised patient refused and signed, wanted nothing to do with Bayard FD.

Saturday, May 4

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
E Street
Caller advised that while he was in the shower someone broke the windows to his vehicle.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, May 3

Domestic disturbance
S. East Street
A named male is not listening to his father and slamming doors and cabinets inside the residence. Officer spoke to (redacted) and advised to get hold of CYFD.

Saturday, May 4

Welfare check
Caddell Crossing
Male staggering all over the roadway. Officer had negative contact/clear.

Domestic disturbance
S. Prescott Street
Caller advising he is the lawyer for a female/advised he received a call from her advising that she was with a named male and he was choking her and hitting her. Advised he did not have an address for either. Advised the female was crying hysterically but could not tell him where she was. Dispatch attempted contact but call went straight to voicemail.

Suspicious vehicle
E. Morrow Street
Officer advised will be clear/subject was advised to leave the area.

Sunday, May 5

S. Prescott Street
A named male has her keys and is refusing to give them to her. Officer en route to caller’s apartment/negative contact.

Unwanted subject
S. Bayard Street
A named individual is at this location causing problems with caller’s grandmother.

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