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Tri-City Police Department Blotters – Mar. 13 - Mar. 16, 2017

Bayard Police Department

Monday, Mar. 13

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Hurley Avenue
Window broken on their vehicle last night.

Domestic disturbance
N. Yucca Street
Brother is going crazy/no drugs or alcohol/is physical. Caller and mother are threatened. Officer advised to send ambulance for a male who has appeared to have cut his throat with a knife/send OMI to location. OMI advised will be en route from Silver.

Larceny
Davis Street
Caller advised he put a bill in his mailbox to be picked up by the mailman and it is gone.

Unwanted subject
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Caller advised a named male is bothering people for money and he has been told not to be on the property before.

Tuesday, Mar. 14

Domestic disturbance
Lady of Fatima
Male hitting his girlfriend/female wearing a nightgown/caller disconnected. Officer had negative contact.

Disturbance
Dayhill Street
A named male is outside arguing with neighbor. Male is 27 and intoxicated/he is inside now. Officer advised one in custody.

Wednesday, Mar. 15

Criminal damage to property
N. East Street
A named female just broke caller’s windows and is getting into a maroon SUV.

Disturbance
Bayard Baseball
Caller advised that roughly 10 high schoolers and at least two sets of parents are trying to fight at the Little League field/not fighting yet. Officer had contact with no one at the field.

Thursday, Mar. 16

Burglary
Maple Street
Caller advised she was moving out and left some items and someone stole two large storage bins of clothes, shoes, a tent, and other items. Caller believes it was a named male who stole her items.

Hurley Police Department

Request officer
Hurley Elementary
4 p.m. for the next set of kids to be released. An officer was advised.

Welfare check
Nevada Street
Caller advised that the neighbor’s dog is barking and whining and caller thinks something is wrong. Officer made contact with caller and advised everything is okay.

Santa Clara Police Department

Monday, Mar. 13

Domestic disturbance
Bellm Street
Caller advised that she and her boyfriend got in a fight and she is hiding from him because he was chasing her. Advised she is not hurt. Officer advised en route to take female home.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Santa Clara Baseball Field
Baseball went through back window of silver Malibu. Officer advised owner already filed a claim with the insurance company.

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