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Bayard Police Department

Monday, July 10

Vehicle burglary
Vanadium and Orchard streets
Caller advised someone got into the James Hamilton Construction site and burglarized a truck, stealing and using fire extinguishers amongst other things. Keys are also missing.

Tuesday, July 11

Unwanted subject
204 Tom Foy Blvd.
A named male driving a red truck was causing problems. Officer out with a named male and issued him an indefinite CTW for Bayard Chevron.

Wednesday, July 12

Welfare check
Hurley Avenue
Caller wants to know if his 1-year-old son’s mother is with him. Caller was advised that a BPD officer will be giving him a call/the child is not endangered/caller and child’s mother have a DVO and have been calling the police on each other for the past couple of days.

Welfare check
Coffey Street
Caller advised that her 36-year-old daughter has been gone for about seven hours now/she left walking from her trailer in reference to a family domestic that she got into with her partner and he stated he has not seen her.

Thursday, July 13

Welfare check
Momsen Street
Caller advised that her husband has been drinking due to a death in the family and is outside taking it really hard. He also has the music turned up.

Request officer
Hurley Street
Caller needs to speak with an officer in reference to her ex-boyfriend sending her son a gift.

Hurley Police Department

Monday, July 10

Welfare check
4th and A streets
At the Hurley Park checking on a 4-year-old.

Welfare check
B Street
A little boy might have a cut on his foot and infected. Someone cleaned the wound for him but it did not look like it was healing correctly.

Tuesday, July 11

Welfare check
D Street
A named male and a named female are on scene. Officer advised the male is threatening suicide/officer put out ATL for male.

Unwanted subject
Elguea Avenue
A named female keeps banging on her door and keeps asking to go in. She wants to stay with caller but caller does not want her there. Officer advised to issue the female an indefinite CTW for this address.

Wednesday, July 12

Domestic disturbance
Carrasco Avenue
Caller advised brother is threatening to kill him with a knife/brother is in the mother’s room and caller is in his bedroom/there is a shotgun and ammo in the back bedroom.

Breaking and entering
Cortez Avenue
No report.

Santa Clara Police Department

Monday, July 10

Vehicle burglary
N. James Street
Money and a gun taken from her vehicle.

Vehicle burglary
W. Cottonwood Street
Silver Toyota Tacoma broken into.

Criminal damage to property
W. Cottonwood Street
Officer was advised by a tenant of noises she heard inside a vacant trailer. Officer requested assistance of another officer. Officer advised clear/resume normal traffic.

Wednesday, July 12

Unwanted subject
Santa Clara Cemetery
Caller wants a named female removed from the services. Officer advised she agreed to stay outside the cemetery.

Welfare check
Highways 180 and 152
Vehicle was stalled out and is out of the roadway. Caller requests deputy to check on her to make sure she could get a tow truck and has a way home.

Domestic disturbance
E. Pinon and N. Prescott streets
Caller advised her sister hit her mom. Second caller advised she could see two females fighting/it is the mom and the daughter/they are in the driveway. Officer advised one in investigative detention/everything is okay at this time.

Harassment
Santa Clara PD
Caller advised that a named female went up to her vehicle and started to harass and threaten her.

Thursday, July 13

Welfare check
Catarena and Manhattan Park Drive
A named elderly female is disoriented and lost. Officer is in area.

Request officer
Manhattan Park
Two houses up on the left someone is burning. White Ford. Caller is concerned because of the wind. Officer made contact and advised it is okay/he even has water ready to go/it isn’t even windy.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Central Elementary
Locksmith damaged her car door in front of the school.

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