Monday, Oct. 14

Domestic disturbance
Trail Ridge Road
Caller advising her ex is there and broke her door/they did get physical with each other. Officer advised clear/everything is okay/male left the residence.

Yucca Street
Caller advised he and his brother got into a fight/brother is now chasing him/he is on drugs/he left in a brown F150. Officer went traffic at Cactus/20th.

Criminal damage to property
407 N. Hudson Street
Someone tried to start a fire in the back corner/fire extinguisher is missing and damage to other areas. Officers walking the Big Ditch area.

111 S. Texas Street
A female is hitting things and is under the influence of a drug. Officer advised a named female has a cut to her hand but refusing to be seen.

Welfare check
N. Bennett Street
Caller advised that the wife of a named male in his 70s is bedridden and the husband isn’t in good health either and unable to take care of her and himself/house is in poor living conditions. Officer has name of husband and wife and is making a call to caller.

Welfare check
915 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised a subject went into the store and punched caller/caller ran from the subject and left his skateboard near the ditch/wants an officer to help him get his skateboard. Officer in ditch at 19th and Silver/out at a 20th street address.

Criminal damage to property
Lamina Loop – 6:34 p.m.
Caller advised a male drove up and another car then drove up and multiple subjects got out and the original male began yelling at the homeowner. Officer advised everything is okay.

Criminal damage to property
15th Street
Caller advised her 29-year-old autistic son broke one of the windows to the residence/he is suicidal/keep lights and sirens off/he is in the backyard being violent. Officer advised a male is in protective custody.

Lamina Loop – 8:18 p.m.
Caller advising officers responded earlier and told him to go to his room/advising he did and now they’re harassing him. Line was left open/could hear female in background yelling/line was disconnected. Officer out with three females.

Tuesday, Oct. 15

Welfare check
Cactus Street
Caller advised the homeowner is serving to a 17-year-old female minor. Officer advised homeowner turned off lights/negative contact.

111 S. Texas Street
A named female is not letting people out of the kitchen.

Reckless driver
2815 Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised a male and a female driving a red 4-wheeler recklessly in the parking lot. Officers had contact at a Pinos Altos Road address and they were advised of the rules for a 4wheeler.

N. Silver and E. 32nd Street
Car vs power pole. Officer advised 38-year-old female/laceration to face under left eye/power notified/R2 clear/E22 staying on scene.

1956 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a female was caught stealing. Officer issued Estrella Gomez an indefinite CTW and she was released.

114 W. 11th Street
Caller advised two females arguing. Advised a 40-year-old female was just hit and now having a seizure and unconscious and breathing. Officer had contact with two females.

2501 E. Highway 180
Officer had negative contact with any fight.

855 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advising a customer is refusing to pay/just walked outside/is in a white Ford pickup with a trailer. Officer had contact advising all units clear/everything is okay.

Unwanted subject
206 N. Hudson Street
Female outside asking customer to buy alcohol for her/she was refused by the clerk for not having an ID. Officer had negative contact.

Harris Road
Caller advised she just got home from out of town and the table on the porch was moved/a bar is on the window/and a knife is sticking into the house.

Wednesday, Oct. 16

Lamina Loop – 1 a.m.
Caller advised his roommate was supposed to move out and she went back with a knife. Female in background is saying the male hit her and they are arguing. Caller is advising she has a machete and is trying get him with it. Caller is going to his room advising he nailed the door shut and she came in through the window. Officer had contact.

Game and Fish
2110 E. Highway 180
Dead deer.

Domestic disturbance
Yucca Street
Caller advised her boyfriend just hit her/negative on weapons or drugs/they were arguing and he slapped her in the face twice/he has done this before. Officer advised one in investigative detention.

Unwanted subject
Slag Street
Named female on the premises causing problems.

1015 N. Hudson Street
Walk-in advised someone re-opened a loan in her name.

Unwanted subject
407 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised a named female was there and left running toward the Ditch. Officer had negative contact with Jessica Bunyar/put out ATL for CTW.

Vehicle burglary
Silver Heights Blvd. – Family Dollar
Purse was stolen out of vehicle at Gila Animal Clinic. Caller called back advising purse was at home and was not stolen. Officer was advised.

Welfare check
Caller advised a male is lying halfway in the middle of the road. Second caller advised male’s head is on the road. Officer out with Eugene Lynn/he moved.

Unwanted subject
206 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised that a named male is there and he is not supposed to be/is refusing to leave/not causing problems. Officer determined male had an existing CTW for all W&N Enterprises issued in 2018/everything is okay/male was re-issued/he left.

Unwanted subject
N. Gold Street
A named male is at her residence/appears to be on narcotics/is asleep at the table on her porch. Officer advised clear/made contact with male/he left property.

Unwanted subject
Howell Street
Caller advised a named male just passed by her residence and she wants an officer to tell him to stay away from her. Officers advised another male advised the male called his grandmother and is threatening to kill her/clear/negative contact with male.

Criminal trespass
3801 Pinos Altos Road
Officers made contact with caller/everything is okay/vehicle left prior to arrival.

1220 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised a named female was in the ER advising about an altercation she was involved in at the Food Basket.

Grant Street
Female stated to hurry and send someone because he is going to kill her then disconnected. Officer advised one female in unit en route to Santa Clara.

Suspicious vehicle
Public Safety Building
Officer out with a named male/request ambulance for a 40-year-old male having mental issues.

Thursday, Oct. 17

Intoxicated persons
1810 N. Swan Street
Vehicle broke down in the middle of the road/female is drunk/she is confused/she cannot drive her vehicle. Officer advised the female driver had an invalid or expired license.

2289 Superior
Caller stated she just walked in and the safe is open and money is missing from the safe/no windows broken and door is locked. Caller was advised to leave the building and not touch anything.

Welfare check
N. Corbin Street
Caller from HMS stated a named male had called her saying he had picked up two children and had taken them back to his house and is currently trying to get them food from the Gospel Mission. Caller wants to make sure he doesn’t have two children. Officer advised the male allowed officers inside the residence/negative contact with any kids. Caller was called to give info.

Domestic disturbance
2711 Leslie Road – 11:25 a.m.
Caller stated she could hear two individuals fighting in the next apartment. Second caller advised her husband just beat her and she is pregnant/he took off in a white van with ‘their’ child/he is on drugs. Female just wants her kid back.

Welfare check
Highway 180 @ Motel 6
Caller advised that a male is walking west in the middle . . . Officer had contact advising male is okay/he was waiting to cross the road.

Unwanted subject
1000 N. Hudson Street
Caller has a male who is being erratic and getting into people’s faces/he is in a maroon car.

Welfare check
2711 Leslie Road – 1:30 p.m.
Caller advised the named male is possibly at the Lintero Apartments again with the child. Officer had negative contact.

2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named female is shoplifting and is now running in the parking lot/getting into a silver Toyota 4Runner/all over the parking lot/going to wreck into something/headed west. Officer ATL.

E. Alice Street
Caller advised neighbor told her she made a big mistake.

Accident-property damage
Silver High School
Black Jeep Liberty that hit caller in the roadway/caller advised she was hit from behind/she is in traffic/other vehicle occupied by two male juvies/negative on injuries or fluids.

Domestic disturbance
E. 32nd Street
A named female is on scene causing problems/she is leaving in a white Cadillac/she may be having a psychiatric episode of some kind. Officer advised ATL for the female.

Welfare check
2711 Leslie Road – 10:50 p.m.
Caller advised her husband beat her up earlier and is afraid he is going to leave with 7-month-old son/she heard his vehicle leave and it is 11 p.m. Officers had contact with caller/husband left with baby prior to arrival.

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