Bayard Police Department

Friday, June 28

Vehicle burglary
N. Franey Street
Caller advised someone broke into her 2019 Honda Ridge Line. Officer had contact with caller who advised nothing of value was taken.

Welfare check
Watson Street
Caller stated he is getting ready to kill everyone and was yelling/tried to get address and caller advised he was going to kill everyone again and hung up the phone.

Highway 180 – MM 125 (1 mile south of Bayard Cemetery)
Blue Dodge pickup in the ditch on the westbound side. Second caller advised it just hit a guardrail. Third caller advised he was just involved in an accident/negative on any serious injuries/did injure his thumbnail.

Welfare check
Tom Foy Blvd. and Taylor Street
Female walking in the middle of the roadway. Officer advised clear/negative contact. Caller advising a female is sitting on the guardrail in the rain trying to flag someone down. Officer advised checked in ditch, on 180 to MM 125, and at the guardrail with negative contact.

Saturday, June 29

Accident-property damage
Ben Altamirano Alternative School – 200 East Street
Advised she hit a deer/caller Spanish-speaking only. Officer had contact advising owner requested towing/heavy front-end damage/leaking fluid/tow truck on scene.

Unwanted subject
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
A named male was outside the store causing problems about some cigarettes he purchased yesterday and yelling at the clerk. Caller wants him issued a CTW.

Unwanted subject
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Male refusing to leave/he has a CTW for the property. Officer advised that the male was never inside the business and was advised not to return.

Welfare check
Benjamin Street
Caller has been trying to contact her father on his birthday and he is not answering. Officer had contact advising he just has his phone turned off.

Domestic disturbance
Maple Street
Caller stated her 10-year-old son ran away from her toward the post office. Officer advised back to the Maple Street address with juvie and mother.

Accident-property damage
Hurley Avenue
Caller stated there are people cutting down trees and she hit one of the trees and damaged her vehicle.

Welfare check
Watson Street
Caller stated his neighbor’s dogs are barking and driving him crazy.

Sunday, June 30

Welfare check
Hurley Street
Caller believes a named male is living inside the thrift store/when she saw him last he was covered in feces and didn’t look well/believes they are keeping him there only for his income check. Officer advised no one is there/will contact caller.

Welfare check
204 Tom Foy Blvd.
Male parked at Pump 1 passed out. Officer had contact advising male was on his cell phone.

Domestic disturbance
Taylor Street
Caller advised a domestic is going on next door/she did tell them to go inside and they started yelling at her. Officer advised verbal only.

Criminal trespass warning
Snappy Liquor
A named male is on scene and refusing to leave/caller thinks he has a CTW. Officer advised clear/male did leave.

Hurley Police Department

Saturday, June 29

Domestic disturbance
C Street – 4:54 a.m.
Caller advised that her sister just called saying another person beat her up. Caller advised her sister did tell her she knew she had a black eye/unknown on any medical attention/line was disconnected.

Welfare check
C Street – 11:25 a.m.
Caller advised that her sister was involved earlier in a domestic with (redacted)/her sister was supposed to pick up her kids from caller and she didn’t/she is not answering her phone. Officer had contact advising she is okay/her phone died/she is asleep/will call when her phone is charged.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, June 28

Welfare check
S. James Street
Caller advised her brother has been depressed lately. Officer advised negative contact at the house/caller was notified.

Saturday, June 29

Loud music
S. Prescott Street
Caller disconnected, but advised they are always playing music. Officer had contact advising they advised they will keep it down.

Sunday, June 30

Loud party
Manhattan Park
Officer advised will be clear/party is shut down.

Welfare check
S. Prescott Street
Caller requests welcheck on a named female/unknown which apartment complex she lives in.

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