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Friday, Mar. 9

Intoxicated persons
N. Bullard Street
Caller advised that an intoxicated male is wandering around near the Bike Works. Officer had contact telling the male to leave the area and find somewhere to sleep. Caller called back advising the male is still there trying to open doors where vehicles are parked. Officer advised the male is out of the area already.

Shoplifting
1814 N. Swan Street
Caller advised that a male just stole a bottle of liquor and took off on foot headed south.

Unwanted subject
1103 Superior
Caller advised they want a male removed from the building because he is not a guest there. Officers had contact at First National and told him he needed to leave.

Unwanted subject
1814 N. Swan Street
Male was stealing bottles last night. Officer advised male left prior to arrival.

Accident-property damage
2501 E. Highway 180
Unattended vehicle just hit caller in his G&G tow truck at the stop sign as you leave Walmart.

Vehicle burglary
SCPD
No report.

Shoplifting
1956 E. Highway 180
Female took hair product items/running out the door/got into a small blue car/took off toward Rosedale Road.

Welfare check
F and E streets
Unknown person lying in the grass at the little park/not moving.

Unattended death
E. Dorothy Street
Male not breathing/in his 40s/they found him like this/his body is cold and stiff/they cannot move him/too late for CPR. Officer advised to send OMI.

Criminal trespass warning
N. Gold Street
Caller advised she saw a named male again this morning/he is or was possibly stealing items from her property. Officer had contact advising the male was issued an indefinite CTW for this location.

Intoxicated persons
110 S. Bullard Street
Customers are concerned about drunk subjects at the Sierra House who are harassing them. Officer made contact advising a female who was harassing customers left prior to arrival.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
Adult male headed up the hill on foot.

Disturbance
W. 6th Street
Caller advised she needs LE as subjects are going over causing problems, can hear subjects yelling. Second caller advised subjects want to fight her boyfriend. Officer out with subjects at the location.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
Officer advised went for the shoplifter that ran but they had detained a juvi also. $4.88. No charges. Father was called who came and got his son.

Unwanted subject
N. Silver Street
A named male is causing problems. Officer made contact with the male and a named female, both highly intoxicated, advising one female in unit/en route to Cardinal Lane.

Suicide Threat
Bard Street
No report.

Harassment
W. Richard Street
Caller advised that her ex-husband is threatening to kill her current husband. Officer set up frequent patrol for next week.

Suspicious vehicle
1609 N. Swan Street
Officer had contact with a named male who advised he is waiting for someone to come pick him up as he is tired from working 14 hours today.

Welfare check
1075 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a male and an infant are sitting in a gold Chevy Trailblazer in the parking lot for a while now.

Welfare check
1929 Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised that a possibly intoxicated male is sitting on the side of the road but keeps going into traffic. Officer had contact advising he is not intoxicated, he is just picking up cans.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
Caller advised that subjects are inside her apartment. Officer had contact via phone and was abler to calm her down/she stated she was going to sleep.

Suspicious vehicle
Rec Center
Officer advised subjects are leaving.

Unwanted subject
Yucca Street
Caller advised a male is in the house threatening everyone with a gun/caller was whispering and hard to hear/caller was uncooperative. Officer advised brown truck left north on Swan/send another unit. Clear.

Harassment
711 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised the manager has been harassing her ever since she moved in. Officer had contact with managers.

Domestic disturbance
Leslie Road
Caller advised he can hear a lot of arguing/it sounds physical. Officer had negative contact with anybody.

Saturday, Mar. 10

Suspicious vehicle
121 W. 12th Street
Officer advised on 73-year-old male in custody headed to dispatch for hard copy.

Unwanted subject
34th Street
A named male from Colorado is outside the residence yelling and causing a disturbance.

Welfare check
12th Street
Female with no shoes walking west on 12th. Caller thinks she may be intoxicated/walking all over the place/not straight. Officer had negative contact.

Criminal trespass warning
Visitor Center
Female going in and out of RV in the parking lot. Caller wants the female and the people in the blue truck issued CTWs. Officer advised will return later tonight to make sure they do not spend the night here.

Harassment
1956 E. Highway 180
Male in a gray 90s Chevy Tahoe harassing the courtesy clerk.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
On phone with security advising a male is about to walk out with a pair of shoes.

Welfare check
Bosworth Drive
Caller advised that a female walked into the 180 Club advising that she needs an ambulance. Officers requested EMS to their location in reference to a named female having suicidal ideations.

Larceny
Harris Road
Caller advised he is a delivery driver for Pizza Hut and he accidently delivered a pizza to the wrong address and got stuck in their driveway. Caller believes when one of the subjects who got into his vehicle to help stole his blue bag of money. Officer out at a Harris Road address.

Suspicious vehicle
W. 7th and Lyon streets
Officer had contact advising the vehicle lives across the street/everything is okay.

Domestic disturbance
520 N. Bullard Street
Caller advised that a verbal domestic is going on in the parking lot near the Food Coop. Officers had negative contact.

Loud music
N. Corbin and 16th streets
Officer had contact advising he will be turning down the music. Caller called back advising subjects started the music up again.

Larceny
1956 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that two males are stealing wood out of a parked truck in the parking lot.

Fight
1814 N. Swan Street
Two women fighting outside. Officer had contact advising to send EMS for a named female bleeding from the face.

Sunday, Mar. 11

Domestic disturbance
N. Swan Street
Caller advised that subjects have been arguing for a while/they are outside. Officer made contact advising all the arguments were verbal.

Loud music
N. Corbin and 16th streets
Caller advised the neighbors have the music on again for the third time.

Domestic disturbance
N. Silver Street
Caller advised that a named male woke her up and is trying to kick her out/he is under the influence/subjects were just cussing at each other and then the line disconnected. Officer will be giving female a ride to Cardinal Lane.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
Caller advised that a named female and a male are inside her residence and wants them out. Officer advised everything is okay.

Unwanted subject
1313 E. 32nd Street
Caller advised a named female is in the ER refusing to leave/not causing problems. Officer advised female left prior to arrival.

Unattended death
Harris Road
78-year-old male just passed away/no pulse/no breathing/he had heart failure. Officer advised to let OMI know.

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