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Monday, Jan. 8

Larceny
1701 N. Swan Street
Tire stolen from one of their vehicles.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
1103 Superior
Walk-in reported her vehicle being tampered with at the Holiday Inn.

Criminal trespass warning
Bosworth Drive
Caller advised he saw a named male on his property and told the male to stay off his property. Caller advised he looked at his camera and noticed the male went back and took a bow saw from the side of his shed. Officer out at Humane Services Department with male on 32nd Bypass/clear/recovered stolen property.

Criminal trespass warning
820 N. Bullard Street
Caller advised he saw a female and a male looking at their security cameras and is concerned because they have burglarized their building before. Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
W. Market Street
Caller advised he has a customer who told him she was feeling electricity currents running through her body from her house. Caller works for the electric company. Caller called back to cancel because he made contact with her and she is okay. Caller advised she has questions about getting a divorce from her husband/she was told she needed an electrician.

Loud music
N. Gold and E. Kelly streets
Officer out with a named individual/music was turned down.

Harassment
W. 7th and N. Bullard streets
Caller advised that a male has been following him around and accusing him of molesting someone’s granddaughter. Officer had contact with the male and advised him to leave citizens alone.

Harassment
Sierra House
A named female and a named male are harassing caller and stole everything she has.

DV order violation
E. 31st Street
Caller advised that her ex is violating their DVO with texts.

Welfare check
Village Drive
Caller advised that her neighbor is bleeding from the back of her ear/she is not mentally stable. Officer advised that her son just showed up and she is refusing medical . . .

Welfare check
Sheriff’s Posse Road
Caller advised that a male is walking around in a hospital gown and seems disoriented. Officer advised the male does not need an ambulance/he is refusing to go with EMS/all he wants is a ride. Officer dropped male off at Bayard Family Dollar.

Panhandler
306 E. 12th Street
A named male is in the drive-thru going up to customers in their cars and begging for change. Officer advised he took off before arrival.

Tuesday, Jan. 9

Suspicious vehicle
2 Ridge Road
Officer out with vehicle/advised will be out with male till a second driver can pick up a named individual and the vehicle/clear/everything is okay.

Larceny
Valle Drive
Someone stole the gate to a vacant property behind Peck’s Body Shop and somehow torched it off. Officer advised clear with phone call/will call later.

Domestic disturbance
A Street
Caller advised he could hear his neighbors above him yelling. Caller saw a male in a black hoodie leave. Officer out at location/everything is okay/all verbal/clear.

Larceny
1814 N. Swan Street
Caller advised that someone stole his gold Mongoose mountain bike from the Snappy Mart. Caller possibly saw the bike headed toward McDonald’s.

Shoplifting
100 N. Rosedale Road
Caller advised shoplifters are outside trying to fight an employee.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
Caller crying for an officer and wants the officer to go help her.

Harassment
SCPD
Baby’s mother is causing problems after child left the ER.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
Caller advised that a male from blood in and blood out is at her house harassing her and they do not stop. Officer advised she is okay.

Wednesday, Jan. 10

Game and Fish
Alabama Street
Injured deer caught in backyard fence. Officer put deer down.

Reckless driver
Highway 180 @ KOA
Caller advised a red Mitsubishi truck with camper shell weaving all over. Second caller advised behind vehicle passing Short Stop. Third caller advised just passed Baca/also going in the median/just wrecked and in the road by the 32nd Street Bypass.

Welfare check
S. Corbin Street
Caller believes that her daughter’s boyfriend is controlling her. Officers made contact/will be calling caller.

Welfare check
S. Texas Street
Officer advised of a suicidal subject/everything is okay.

Unattended death
711 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller went to check on one of his tenants and found the 65-year-old male dead. Advised his face was purple but his skin was warm. EMS1 advised clear/send OMI.

Breaking and entering
Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised that her daughter is house sitting and when she went to check the house cabinets were open and objects were thrown around/unknown if anything was taken. Officers on scene.

Shoplifting
2154 E. Highway 180
Caller advised subject just took pliers and left east on 180. Officer on scene.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
A named female called yelling and cussing for someone to get out of her house/she is using multiple voices.

Welfare check
Yucca Street
Caller advised she can hear a lot of yelling and banging. Officer out with a named female and a named male.

Domestic disturbance
E. 7th Street – 9:22 p.m.
Caller’s ex-husband is causing problems/there is a lot of yelling and no one is listening to anything/five grandkids are present.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
Keeps calling and yelling and cussing and will not hang up this time.

Domestic disturbance
E. 7th Street – 9:40 p.m.
Caller advised that his partner is standing at the back door and does not allow him to pick up his bike. Officer on scene.

Harassment
E. 7th Street – 10 p.m.
Caller is back on the phone advising that a named female is still harassing him.

Thursday, Jan. 11

Accident-property damage
Kidder Road
Two vehicles off the roadway.

Welfare check

Old Mill Road

Homeless male asleep in the roadway. Officer had contact right before the old skating rink/friend showed up and is going to walk him home/he is intoxicated.

Accident-property damage
Silver Heights Blvd. and N. Corbin Street
Two vehicles in roadway. Third caller advised copper-colored Buick and Chevy blue 1500.

Fraud/embezzlement
SCPD
Walk-in advised that a named male took her new bankcard out of the PO box they share and drained her account of $1100.

Unwanted subject
Silver City Post Office
Short female cussing and causing a disturbance. Officer out with a named female and issued her an indefinite CTW for the post office.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
N. Silver Street
Caller advised someone broke the windows out of his vehicle.

Welfare check
E. Daniel Street and S. Highway 90
Male lying down on the roadway. Officer advised that the male advised dog either jumped out of vehicle/is going to take his dog to the vet.

Harassment
N. Swan Street
Caller claims her landlord is harassing her, but has already left.

Welfare check
Bullard Street
Homeless male sleeping on a city bench. Officers out with male/units clear/male is okay/will be staying at the shelter tonight.

Welfare check
123 W. 12th Street
Caller advised that someone in the bathroom is threatening to kill themselves/she can hear crying. Officer had contact advising they got the door open/taking a male to an address off Fowler Avenue.

Unwanted subject
1313 E. 32nd Street
Caller advised male has been escorted off the property by security/he’s waiting for a ride but can no longer stay there. Caller called back/male is gone/someone picked him up.

Welfare check
Pine Street
Caller advised he can hear someone screaming and yelling. Officers had negative contact.

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