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Friday, Sept. 6

Unattended death
Yucca Street
Advised that his named, about 79-year-old, neighbor has passed away/he is cold to the touch/she can’t see his chest rising. OMI was advised/funeral home on scene.

Assault
Mountain View Road
Advised by husband was threatened with tire tools and were going to caller’s residence/advised that it is going to be the ‘seller’s’ children. Third party call. No other info available.

Welfare check
N. Swan Street
A named male is not answering his phone or his door/has a history of seizures. Officers had contact with male/he is okay.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
Male who stole 10 items yesterday is back in the store. Officer out with male.

Accident-property damage
106 W. Yankie Street
Caller stated a named male side-swiped his car at 12:30 p.m. and proceeded down the road. Male stopped at a different store and caller went and confronted the male and got his information and would like to file a report.

Welfare check
315 S. Hudson Street
Elderly male is passed out on the sidewalk in front of Border Area. Officer advised one male dropped off on Daniel Street.

Welfare check
110 S. Bullard Street
Caller advised a lady is yelling at everyone in the street. Officer had negative contact.

Harassment
Public Safety Building – 1011 N. Hudson Street
Officer had contact with walk-in male who advised he was staying at a female friend’s house and he helped with the groceries and watching the kids. He stated he said the kids were “a pain in the ass,” and the female kicked him out and threatened to kill . . .

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
N. Arizona and W. Kelly streets
Broken windshield. Caller requests GCSO handle the call. Deputy advised caller has come to his residence to report offenses and was advised to report it to SCPD and he will not. Dispatch was advised to have the PD respond.

Domestic disturbance
1313 E. 32nd Street
Can hear loud thumping and yelling from a blue Corolla in the parking lot. Officer had contact advising verbal domestic.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
Officer out with Angelica Salas and Orlando Marquez/both were issued CTWs to Walmart.

Domestic disturbance
Leslie Road and North Loop
He can hear a bunch of yelling. Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
416 N. Bullard Street
Caller said a male is lying on the sidewalk near the karate business. Officer advised clear/negative contact.

Shoplifting
2707 E. Highway 180
Stole a Dewalt tool and headed east in a blue car.

Harassment
Pine Street
A named female is at his house in reference to threatening texts from a named male. ATL given to Tri-City.

Saturday, Sept. 7

Criminal damage to property
N. Gold Street
Caller stated someone has been hitting golf balls at the home/last night a window was busted from a golf ball, and several balls were found in the yard. Officer advised will advise of a residence where the golf balls are coming . . .

Welfare check
602 N. Bullard Street
Female lying on the sidewalk in front of Millie’s Breakfast House. Officer had contact with Jessica Bunyar/she refused medical treatment. She was advised to put her boots on and she is leaving the area.

Welfare check
2711 Leslie Road
Advised he just broke up with a named female and she advised she was going to kill herself. Officer advised both parties are going to separate for the day.

Aggravated assault
Mountain View Road
Caller stated that named brothers are trespassing on her property and she was going to get a gun and shoot them. Officer had contact with caller and continued on to other addresses on Mountain View Road. Caller called back on 911 then hung up/called back advising the kids pulled out a pellet gun on them and took off in a silver Chevy pickup. Caller advised they are going to their grandfather’s.

Criminal damage to property
1929 Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised the owner of the gas station is upset with him and is pushing him/he also grabbed his phone, threw it and shattered it. Second caller advised a male drove up and is harassing customers and gas delivery truck.

Welfare check
Debby Drive
Maternal grandmother advised she doesn’t know who is taking care of a 4-year-old male/the father is in jail and the mother doesn’t live here. Officer advised possibly unable to knock on door/there is a . . .

Disturbance
Florida Street
Male came into mass just now and was yelling and left eventually. Officer set up frequent patrol for graveyard shift for next week.

Welfare check
1315 N. Hudson Street
Male possibly drunk or on drugs/rambling about money and hiding from family/he isn’t being loud but unnerving customers. Officer out with Joe Morales/called GRMC and asked if they could bring a wheelchair out/they advised they would/male released on a CTA.

Unwanted subject
2711 Leslie Road
A named female is being harassed by another named female.

Disturbance
W. 6th and N. Cheyenne streets
Group of people yelling at each other/someone yelled something about a gun. Officer advised everything is okay/units clear.

Disturbance
1301 N. Swan Street
Eight persons/males and females/are having a verbal altercation.

Welfare check
1414 Little Walnut Road
Caller can hear yelling and objects falling in the apartment above/could also hear her crying.

Sunday, Sept. 8

Unwanted subject
Tracy Circle
Caller advised her boyfriend is refusing to leave and she doesn’t want him there/they have been arguing.

Disturbance
1810 N. Swan Street
Male and female in a black Cadillac yelling at each other/male was making threats to employees.

Harassment
Gough Park
People up in trees with hammocks and harassing people.

Welfare check
Kidder Road
Advised 14-year-old son is poking his nose and making it bleed/he is threatening to run away. Officer advised one juvie en route to GRMC for mental health evaluation/one juvie in protective custody because of suicidal ideations.

Suicide threat
2711 Leslie Road
No report.

Welfare check
2501 E. Highway 180
Black Jeep/young female inside screaming/windows are up and Jeep isn’t on. Deputy advised one 4-year-old girl and one 10-year-old boy/door is open and they appear to be okay/will be standing by until mom comes out/contact with mom.

Fight
2545 N. Silver Street
Second caller advised a male came over and started to fight her boyfriend/male left.

Domestic disturbance
Tracy Circle
Caller advising a named male just showed up to her parents’ residence and is trying to fight a guy she is talking to/male is intoxicated. Officer went traffic with vehicle and issued Anthony Ray Maynes Gonzales an indefinite CTW for caller’s residence.

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