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Monday, July 10

Welfare check
Pope Street Park
Man passed out at the park with a beer can in his hand. Officer made contact and advised the male said he was just taking a power nap before heading to the Gospel Mission. Officer observed the park was trashed with beer bottles and other trash and advised the man to notify his friends to start cleaning up the park.

Unwanted subject
Magistrate Court
A named male is causing problems and won’t leave.

Burglary
Indiana Avenue
Caller advised that her neighbor just got home and someone broke into her home and stole some items.

Unwanted subject
Canal Street
Caller advised of an unwanted male/caller disconnected/caller called back and advised to cancel the call/it was his neighbor.

Disturbance
W. 6th Street
A named male is playing music very loud and is yelling cuss words. Caller advised that her husband tried to ask him to turn it down and he just cussed at him. Officer spoke to both parties/clear.

Shoplifting
206 N. Hudson Street – 8:15 p.m.
Male stole a bottle of liquor and ran toward the ditch near the bridge. Officer made contact with the business.

Shoplifting
206 N. Hudson Street – 10 p.m.
Someone just stole another bottle of liquor.

Tuesday, July 11

Welfare check
E. 14th Street
Caller advised that her dog is barking a lot and she never barks. Officer advised negative contact.

Welfare check
Cecilia Street
Caller advised she locked her keys in the Chevy Impala and her 3-year-old baby is in the vehicle. Advised she does not have a spare key – got the baby out. Officer advised everything is okay.

Criminal trespass warning
Little Walnut Road
Caller wants a CTW issued to a named male for the apartment complex. Officer ATL for male.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
Looks like a female is passed out in a tan Chevy pickup and a male is hitting her and giving her water to get her to wake up/she is slouched over. Officer requested ambulance for a 35-year-old female with fibromyalgia/legs burning/low sugar/no bleeding.

Welfare check
Virginia Street
Caller from Statewide Central Intake advised they received info that the home of a 2-year-old was inadequate/trash in home/dirty dishes/old food/dogs/smell. Lives with mother and father. Officer advised no one by these names at this address.

Domestic disturbance
Canal Street
Male and female arguing in the background. Caller advised the male is trying to take her phone and throw it in the ditch. Officers advised it was only verbal. Male has an invalid or suspended license/and an outstanding warrant out of Laney’s court for failure to appear for a shoplifting charge.

Harassment
Leslie Road
Caller advised that a named male keeps calling her and leaving her messages. Officer had contact with male on traffic /en route to Lintero Apts.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
Officer released a female on a CTA.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a female took a compressor.

Welfare check
Little Walnut Road
Caller advised his 1-year-old son has had bumps on his head and diaper rash when his mother has him. The other day when she had him his gums were black. Officer made contact with a named female.

Unwanted subject
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller wants two subjects removed from in front of the store. Officer requested ambulance for a 76-year-old male, possibly intoxicated/drooling/not responding to officers.

Unwanted subject
Leslie Road
Caller advised there are subjects outside a new neighbor’s apartment threatening to beat him because someone started a rumor that caller is a sex offender. Caller advised he is not a sex offender and needs LE to straighten this out. Officer advised both cleared locally/everything is okay.

Loud party
N. Juniper Street
Officer advised contact was made with the house owner and they did quiet down.

Harassment
E. 11th Street
Caller advised that two named males are harassing her and her little brother-in-law over the phone.

Wednesday, July 12

Criminal damage to property
E. Highway 180 and Ranch Club Road
Caller advised a rock was thrown into window of their coffee shop.

Welfare check
Royall Drive
Caller advised he hasn’t heard from his sister in a couple of days. Officer had negative contact with either sister or caller.

Domestic disturbance
1007 Pope Street
Caller advised that a named male and a named female were outside arguing/male left in a red pickup. Officer ATL male to issue CTW for this location.

Welfare check
E. 12th Street
He called and asked if his family reported him missing/he is very confused and not making any sense/he wanted us to contact his brother to relay a message that a kid was found. He doesn’t sound like he is in the right state of mind. Someone advised that his girlfriend tried to pull him out of the truck by his hair.

Larceny
E. Thomas Lane
Tools and a go-cart/fence was cut.

Domestic disturbance
E. 12th and N. Swan streets
Male standing outside a red Chevy Trailblazer/female is throwing things from the car at the male and yelling at him/they are blocking the intersection. Officer checking for warrants.

Larceny
Agape Christian School
Caller advised her cell phone was stolen. Officer had contact with a named individual/negative on him having the phone. Officer ATL another named individual to make contact/was advised this person possibly has phone.

Harassment
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a male in the car flipped off caller’s granddaughter. Officer had contact 11th/Pope.

Harassment
2950 Leslie Road
Caller has an irate patient who just went in with a physician/patient was threatening other people waiting.

Criminal trespass warning
1007 Pope Street
Officer issued a named male an indefinite CTW for HMS.

Welfare check
2441 E. Highway 180
Homeless male pulled up the storm drains behind the store and jumped in the drain. Officer had negative contact.

Unwanted subject
S. Arizona Street
Caller advised her brother is causing problems/he just left for his apartment. Caller stated he is back causing problems/he is now grilling. Caller will wait to see if he comes back in.

Unwanted subject
800 S. Robert Street
Caller advised that a named male is outside and he is not supposed to be/children and mother are there for therapy. Officer issued the male an indefinite CTW for El Refugio.

Shoplifting
610 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised that a male took sunglasses. He walks with a limp and has a blond woman with him. Officer put out ATL for the male to issue an indefinite CTW for CVS.

Suspicious vehicle
Serinna Court and Kimberly Drive
Officer out with a named male/gave him one-and-one-half hours to get the vehicle from the location.

Battery
N. Swan and E. 19th streets
Caller advised that her ex hit her in the face then left in a white Toyota pickup headed toward Tracy Circle. Officer has white Toyota pickup on Tracy Circle now.

Welfare check
1400 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised they saw a female carrying a rifle. Officer out with a named female and a named male.

Disturbance
Leslie Road
Caller advised that a male is walking around the vacant lot yelling “You owe me.” Officer advised tow truck is en route for the vehicle which is up on rocks.

Loud music
N. Silver Street
Officer made contact and advised he will lower the music.

Thursday, July 13

Welfare check
Durango Street
Caller is grandfather and advised his 10-year-old grandson is having issues with his father. Officer advised a referral will be made to SKKY and will also issue a CTW to a named male for this property for six months.

Domestic disturbance
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that a named male kicked his wife. Second caller advised the female kicked him in the balls so out of reflex he pushed her. Officer had negative contact.

Harassment
E Street
Caller advised a red car with tinted windows went through the neighborhood with really loud music. Caller confronted him and asked the driver to turn it down. The driver then became irate and words were exchanged. The driver then threatened caller to bring “his homies” back with him to deal with caller.

Unwanted subject
2501 E. Highway 180
Male in an RV was allowed to stay one night in their parking lot and he is still there. They want him to leave now. Officer requested tow truck/G&G Towing en route.

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