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Monday, Mar. 13

Accident-property damage
E. Highway 180 @ Ranch Club Road
Three vehicles/white Ford pickup, white Ford, G&G wrecker involved/no injuries.

Shoplifting
610 Silver Heights Blvd.
Adult female inside is shoplifting right now/carrying a large black purse. Officer advised female left five minutes ago/negative contact/will ATL.

Battery
15th Street
Caller advised she was putting up a No Trespassing sign and a named female assaulted her.

Shoplifting
1506 N. Silver Heights Blvd.
A named male took two candy bars and a California Scent for Cars and left in an older model van.

Unwanted subject
Kidder Road
Caller advised that a named individual won't get out of caller's car.

Request officer
N. Silver Street
A named male was supposed to evict a second named male from this residence but the first male passed away on Jan. 30, 2017, and brother is calling from out of state trying to check to see if the second male was evicted from the residence.

Domestic disturbance
100 N. Rosedale Road
Caller advised that a guy is beating up a girl outside the front door and he keeps taking her phone away. Officers walked around building and interviewed people but had negative contact.

Harassment
N. Silver Street
Caller advised that she got stopped as she was pulling out of the parking lot.

Request officer
Racetrack Road
GCSD deputy made contact with walk-in who advised that his neighbors are letting people live on their property in a pop-up trailer with no light and no electricity and they are starting to poop next to his property line and it's Gǣgonna start to stink.Gǥ Deputy advised that the deputy would go and speak with the land owner and see if he would be able to help us out and if not it would be a civil issue.

Welfare check
Canal Street
A little child about 2-years-old is walking around in a diaper. Officer had negative contact.

Disturbance
Leslie Road
Caller advised that a named individual was harassing him in his apartment. Officer advised everything is okay.

Disturbance
Leslie Road
Caller advised that a named female is going crazy in her apartment again/she is throwing things around. Officer had negative contact.

Tuesday, Mar. 14

Welfare check
N. Swan Street
Officer made contact with a 911 caller/caller advised she was going to call for an ambulance, but her daughter is going to take her.

Game and Fish
W. Market Street
About five deer are trying to get out the open area and the gate is locked.

Harassment
1220 N. Hudson Street
Officer made contact with caller who advised every time this named male sees her he swears at her and flips her off, and she would like it t . . .

Larceny
111 S. Texas Street
A red/blue trailer with a bunch of clothes on it was stolen last night.

Fraud/embezzlement
Leslie Road
Caller advised that someone took her income tax check for $70 from mailbox, forged her name and cashed it.

Domestic disturbance
E. Victoria Street
Caller advised she and her 17-year-old daughter were just in a fist-fight/caller is cut but doesn't want an ambulance/daughter left walking. Officer had contact with daughter/advised en route with juvi female to a Mann Street address.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
Female took off running toward Dollar Tree/she'd taken clothes but dropped them on the floor as she left/she was wearing a wig and took that off as well. Officers had negative contact.

Criminal damage to property
Yucca Street
Caller advised that two named males tried to kick door open and damaged it. Officers ATL.

Unwanted subject
Pope Street
A named male is on property refusing to leave. Officer made contact and advised he is actually at Med Square.

Domestic disturbance
Cactus Street
Male hitting his girlfriend at the apartments across the street/male dragged her inside/caller confronted him. Officers out with the pair and both were issued juvi citations and released to their parents.

Harassment
Ohio Street
Caller advised that her daughter's boyfriend keeps calling and harassing her.

Shoplifting
610 Silver Heights Blvd.
Female with a bottle of alcohol in her purse in the store. Officer made contact and issued the female a CTW.

Harassment
Hudson Street
Caller advises she is tired of being followed/unknown who subjects are in a blue Altima. Officer out at Cactus/Silver Heights with subjects.

Domestic disturbance
Virginia and Howell streets
Caller can hear neighbors yelling obscenities at each other. Officer made contact/all verbal.

Wednesday, Mar. 15

Welfare check
E. 32nd Street
Caller advised that a female is yelling at a male and is walking toward the Lintero Apartments. Officer made contact and advised she is okay and waiting for a bus.

Request officer
1203 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised that she received a nude photo of her mother and two males while she was at work last night and believes it was her ex-husband who sent the text.

Domestic disturbance
Bennett and 15th-16th streets
Verbal argument in roadway between male and female/the male did strike the female. Officer made contact and advised it was nothing physical/both had invalid driver's licenses/clear.

Harassment
Skate Park
Male on foot harassing caller and her children. Officer talked to both parties/everything is okay now.

Welfare check
Penny Park
Caller advised that a small male child was eating out of the trash can by the dragon/child now with who appears to be the mother walking toward the front/child appears to be dirty. Officer out with female and male/clear.

Harassment
Pinos Altos @ Don Fidencio's
Caller advised that a male, possibly intoxicated, is cursing at her son because of their dogs. Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
2501 E. Highway 180 - 5 p.m.
Caller advised that a named female is missing from the Walmart parking lot since about 2 p.m. She was in a white 300 Chrysler with Texas plates/she may have been kidnapped.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
In the gardening section. Officer issued a named female an indefinite CTW to Walmart and released her on a CTA.

Harassment
N. Silver Street
Ex-husband is harassing caller's phone and breaking a court order. Officer advised en route to SCPD to call ex-husband.

Welfare check
Lamina Loop
Caller advised that her 19-year-old nephew, who is not mentally stable, is hitting his head on the couch and beating himself up. Officer advised negative on lights and sirens, as it will upset patient/awake and breathing.

Domestic disturbance
Market Street
Caller advised that a named male is holding her sister hostage and is attacking her sister at this time. Advised they all have been drinking.

Suspicious vehicle
2501 E. Highway 180
Heavy smoke coming from red 4-door car that just pulled into parking lot. Officer had negative contact with any smoking cars/negative on smoke coming from vehicle described/clear.

Thursday, Mar. 16

Disturbance
N. Bennett Street
Two females in a gray car/causing problems/looks like a fight might start.

Larceny
409 N. Bullard Street
Caller advised that all the purses and wallets from her thrift shop were stolen and are being advertised on Grant County Goodies.

Criminal trespass warning
610 Silver Heights Blvd.
Male has a CTW and is in the store. Officer out with male who has a valid CTW for CVS/male released on a CTA.

Welfare check
855 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller is parked behind the Exxon with a 9-year-old female that got out of her guardian's vehicle and took off running/she is crying right now and wearing a hoodie and glasses/stated her mom was hitting her. Officer advised officer has the little girl while another officer is trying to locate the mother.

Harassment
SC Food Coop
Officer had a male walk away from the benches in front as he was becoming a nuisance.

Harassment
Yucca Street
Subjects from a previous complaint driving a blue Honda keep passing in front of her home.

Unwanted subject
22 Ridge Road
Caller advised that a white male with two dogs in the back and one of the dogs attacked her.

Criminal trespass
Sheriff's Posse Road
Caller requests CTWs be issued to some people he has asked to leave his property before.

Unwanted subjects
N. Gold Street - 11:15 p.m.
Unwanted subjects are in the backyard. Officer had negative contact.

Unwanted subjects
N. Gold Street -- Friday, Mar. 17 - 12:30 a.m.
Caller believes there are people inside his house/unknown how many/a neighbor is watching to see if any come outside. Caller will make sure dog is secure for officers' safety.

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