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Monday, Nov. 25

Welfare check
Pinos Altos Road and Kimberly Drive
Caller has a young boy walking home past her business headed toward McDonald’s. Officer has contact on Newsham/has the juvi/en route to his residence.

Driving while intoxicated
USA Gas Station
Caller advised a lady in a teal convertible cannot speak or walk straight. Officers have contact with the named female/she is in custody/advised they need EMS to the residence for the female.

Criminal trespass warning
1007 Pope Street
Caller had a named male in the building upstairs in the dental area/last seen walking outside the building.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180 – 9:55 a.m.
A named female shoplifted the other day and she has a CTW.

Harassment
1235 E. Highway 180
Caller stated a named female was served custody papers today and is causing a scene and harassing her husband at work. Officer issued an indefinite CTW to Eveline Sanchez.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180 – 12 noon
The same named female shoplifted from Wal-Mart again this morning.

Larceny
403 W. College Avenue
Caller was advised his ex-wife used a card with his name at Grinder Mill. Officer had contact with caller who is out of state.

Panhandler
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller stated a male in the parking lot is harassing people/he has a big yellow dog/he tries to get people to give him money. Officer has negative contact.

Harassment
SCPD
Officer requests county to respond to Circle View Trailer Park and issue Terri Scott a CTW for an F Street address.

Criminal trespass warning
Silver High School
Caller would like a named male issued a CTW. Officers issued Regan Arsola an indefinite CTW for SHS/everything is okay.

Criminal trespass warning
206 N. Hudson Street
A named male is bugging customers. Officer advised Frank Gomez has an indefinite CTW issued June 2019.

Harassment
SCPD
Officer had contact with caller who stated she hears someone on their phone by her window at night and she feels she‘s being harassed. Officer set up frequent patrol for one month.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
A named male has a charger in his backpack/can hear him on the phone with the subject. Officer advised to page ambulance for 35-year-old male with left shoulder pain.

Battery
Kentucky Street
Caller advised his son got beat up by a named male who left in a Chevy truck. Nathan Vanatter was issued an indefinite CTW for the address.

Criminal trespass warning
1220 N. Hudson Street
Caught someone stealing and wants a CTW issued/they are no longer in the store/they were asked to leave/caller has information.

Shoplifting
2707 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a female stole some tools and left in a white Neon 4-door. Officer had contact with caller.

Shoplifting
610 Silver Heights Blvd.
Three teenagers stole cough medicine/they are coming back into the store. Officer advised en route to an address for one of the suspects to issue a CTW/clear from address.

Welfare check
2711 Leslie Road
Caller called twice advising that a named male is putting trash bags over her head. Officer advised everything is okay.

Welfare check
2711 Leslie Road
Caller advised there is possible drug use at this address and the father has warrants and there are several children there/caller has the 6-year-old and the others are at home. Officer advised a named male has two outstanding warrants.

Criminal trespass warning
2260 E. Highway 180
Caller requested a CTW be issued to a named male if contacted/he has been hitting on all the female employees in the restaurant. Officer had negative contact.

Tuesday, Nov. 26

Welfare check
2501 E. Highway 180 – 1:50 a.m.
Caller advised his wife was supposed to get off at 11 p.m. and has not come home/drives a 2017 gold Honda Accord/he attempted to call Wal-Mart with no answer. Officer advised vehicle is in the parking lot. Caller advised that she called caller and stated she is driving . . .

Unwanted subject
1007 Pope Street
A named male is back on the property looking at people’s plates on the south side of the building. Officer headed toward 12th Street Snappy/issued Cory Kohn a CTW.

Accident-property damage
809 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised a pickup hit her from behind/she followed him to the Hudson Snappy and is standing by for police.

Disturbance
N. Grant Street
Caller’s son is kicking in his door and caller doesn’t want him there. Caller hung up before any more info could be given.

Missing persons
Silver High School
Caller advised she called the bus driver and the driver said her son never got on the bus. Caller advised they called him overhead and he did not come to the office/he was in class for the 2:38-3:30. Caller advised he stayed for the class but did not get on the bus.

Panhandler
206 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised a female is asking customers for money. Officer advised female left property upon request/unit clear.

Welfare check
2711 Leslie Road
Caller advised people are putting bags over her head. Officer had negative contact.

Shoplifting
Family Dollar – Silver Heights Blvd.
Male juvie stole a handful of cigarette wraps at $.99 each/headed toward AutoZone/was seen at Penny Park earlier. Officer had negative contact/out at Family Dollar.

Wednesday, Nov. 27

Disturbance
Grant Street
Caller advised screaming is coming from a trailer/it sounds like they are throwing things/male and female voices. Officer had contact with a named female who advised there was no domestic going on/she was getting items out of the residence/everything is okay.

Loud music
2080 Memory Lane
Officer advised subjects advised they will keep the music down/units clear.

Unwanted subject
1040 E. Highway 180
Caller has a male on the property who has been harassing her all night about staying there in the front lobby/he left out the front door a few minutes ago but caller is afraid he might be hiding somewhere on the property. Officer had contact with a named male in front of the Chinese Palace/he has a warrant for failure to pay out of Judge Laney’s court in the amount of $200.

Unwanted subject
Glenda Circle
Caller advised a named male is outside banging on the door. Caller does not want him there/negative on a CTW. Received a second call from the male stating he needs an officer because his fiancé locked him out of the house. Officers advised they were en route.

Domestic disturbance
2545 N. Silver Street
Husband and wife are pushing each other/female is leaving in a white SUV/male went into an apartment. Officer on scene.

Unwanted subject
Little Walnut Road
Caller advised she is the babysitter and a named male is trying to get into her house to get the child/advised the male does not have custody of the child/the mother always has the child. Officer had contact with Zachariah David Birnbaum and issued him a CTW for the address.

Counterfeit money
1220 N. Hudson Street
No report.

Unwanted subject
2711 Leslie Road
Caller advised a named male is in her apartment after he stole her apartment key/he has locked himself into a room and is refusing to leave. Officer advised he has three females en route to Walmart.

Game and Fish
Little Walnut Road and Cain Drive
Dead deer.

Harassment
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named female, who used to be a caretaker for caller’s son, yelled at him. Caller believes he has an active order of protection against the female. Officer contacted Central Dispatch . . .

Missing persons
N. F Street
Caller’s 26-year-old sister was supposed to come home from lunch at noon and never showed up/they found her truck abandoned in the parking lot behind 12th Street Snappy/caller brought the truck home. Caller advised her cell phone is off.

Disturbance
201 E. 14th Street
Caller advised because she did not give a named male his kids, he took her keys and gold Cadillac. Officer advised that his brother will bring back the key.

Domestic disturbance
2711 Leslie Road
Caller advised that her mother is trying to leave and caller’s sister’s boyfriend is not letting her leave. Caller called back advising her mother was allowed to leave, but took her sister back into the apartment. Officer advised other party left prior to arrival/everything is okay.

Fraud/embezzlement
N. California Street
Caller sent $10,000 to get her ‘nephew’ out of jail/requests an officer to her home.

Reckless driver
Gough Park
Silver Chrysler and white Jeep are doing donuts. Officer advised cleared out parking lot.

Unwanted subject
407 N. Hudson Street
Male walking around inside the building talking to himself and is not leaving. Officer had contact advising Frank Gomez was re-issued a CTW and asked to leave.

Thursday, Nov. 28

Domestic disturbance
N. Gold Street
Caller advised his stepfather is hitting his mother/he left in a black Chevy Silverado/he is under the influence. 40-year-old female is requesting ambulance/her arm is injured/she is intoxicated as well. Officer went traffic with vehicle at Highway 180 and Memory Lane.

Breaking and entering
Lamina Loop
Officer has one in investigative detention/advised to send him a wrecker for this vehicle.

Reckless driver
1810 N. Swan Street
Blue Mitsubishi Eclipse was doing donuts/they seemed intoxicated. Officer requested assistance from county/county in area ATL.

Domestic disturbance
1901 N. Silver Street
Caller advised her boyfriend just hit her/refused ambulance/male is outside. Officer advised negative contact with any domestic or anyone fighting.

Welfare check
100 17th Street
Son has been calling from Washington all morning and hasn’t been able to reach a named female. Officer advised negative contact/all doors and windows are secure. Caller called back advising mother should be at the house as she does not go anywhere/she does not drive/caregiver is out of town/only person . . .

Harassment
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a female is cussing, arguing, and harassing employees/they have her sitting on a bench near Subway. Officer issued Leonore Edna Geneva Rodriguez a 24-hour CTW for Wal-Mart.

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