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Bayard Police Department

Monday, July 1

Reckless driver
Highway 180 – MM 140 (1 mile north of Highway 61 junction)
Call given to Luna County.

Criminal damage to property
N. Franey Street
Caller advised someone broke into his house via window. Officer advised vacant residence in poor condition.

Welfare check
Bayard HMS
Female yelling at people in the Chevron parking lot. Officer advised en route to Arenas Valley/she is talking to herself but not a danger to herself or others.

Fight
Central Avenue
Caller advised that two males were fighting in front of the old Hideaway/one left in a white vehicle. Officer advised clear/negative contact with anything.

Suspicious vehicle
Vanadium/Central
Officer advised clear/subjects were asked to leave.

Larceny
Blackhawk Street
Caller advised that someone stole a bicycle from her yard.

Tuesday, July 2

Suspicious vehicle
Ruby Street
Officer behind Hideaway on Central/clear/had contact with (redacted)/everything is okay.

Wednesday, July 3

Larceny
400 Tom Foy Blvd.
Caller advised one of his employee’s phones was stolen. Officer to station to pull case number.

Domestic disturbance
North Street
Second caller advised male is hitting car with a bat. Female caller advised (redacted) is hitting mom and dad (redacted).

Disturbance
Vencill Street
(Redacted) is intoxicated and creating a disturbance/subject may upset her grandmother who just recently had heart surgery. Officer advised units clear/one firearm placed in evidence.

Thursday, July 4

Domestic disturbance
Rosemary Street
Caller advised of a domestic in a house/a male is yelling at a female and kids. Officer advised all verbal/everything is okay/no report.

Unwanted subject
Diamond Street
Advised that a named male has been sending threatening messages/he kicked caller’s daughter out of her home. Officer advised will be stationary in the area to see if this subject comes by.

Hurley Police Department

Thursday, July 4

Domestic disturbance
Romero Avenue
Caller advised she is trying to leave but her husband won’t let her/he’s yelling/negative on anything physical. Officer advised clear/everything is okay/female is leaving and will not return for the night.

Santa Clara Police Department

Tuesday, July 2

Burglary
12041 Highway 180
Caller advised his industrial building was broken into/found bolt cutters.

Wednesday, July 3

Welfare check
N. Mineral Street
59-year-old female is having emotional issues/is not suicidal/wants to talk to someone/stated she is not depressed/taken to GRMC yesterday for suicidal ideations/admitted to drinking alcohol all day with medication/does have slurred speech. Caller stated her friend took her dog today and that is why she is upset.

Suspicious vehicle
S. Cleveland Street
Officer advised clear/subjects going home.

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