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Bayard Police Department

Monday, Sept. 16

Harassment
Snell Middle School
Caller advised a parent verbally threatened a teacher on Friday. Principal wants to make a report.

Welfare check
Pine Street
Dog has been left outside the past couple of nights and porch light has been left on. Officer made entry through an unlocked door/neighbor advised male moved three days ago and the neighbor will be taking care of the dog since it was left uncared for.

Tuesday, Sept 17

Fight
Rosemary Street
Second caller advised two males are fighting/they were throwing rocks and sticks. Officer had contact with a subject/possibly one of the two involved in the fight.

Larceny
Central Avenue
Larceny of medications.

Harassment
Rogers Street
Caller’s neighbor keeps going to her house harassing her in reference to her boyfriend’s truck rolling down and hitting his house yesterday.

Disturbance
Orchard Street
Caller advised the neighbor is outside yelling and cussing and throwing metal and boards into the roadway.

Criminal trespass warning
301 N. Railroad Street
Caller advised that a named male is there trying to take his vehicle but he can’t because he hasn’t paid his bill/requesting for male to be issued a CTW. Officer issued Luis Rosales an indefinite CTW.

Wednesday, Sept. 18

Domestic disturbance
Lusk Street
Caller advised her ex-boyfriend just went to her residence and tried taking a phone from her/he grabbed her and pushed her/he also threw her dog across the home/he left in a white vehicle/she did hit him because she was afraid of him. Officer en route to a Stewart Street address.

Thursday, Sept. 19

Domestic disturbance
Highway 180 – Bayard
Two people in a white Continental were hitting each other. Second caller advised they are on Tom Foy by Blake’s and are fighting. Third caller advised two subjects are fighting inside a white vehicle parked on Highway 180. Officer had negative contact with any white vehicle in the area.

Domestic disturbance
Runnels Drive
Caller advised he was woken by his neighbor who advised that a female had stolen his keys/they were arguing. Officer had contact with neighbor walking who did advise the vehicle belonged to his girlfriend.

Hurley Police Department

Tuesday, Sept. 17

Domestic disturbance
D Street
Caller advised her mom just hit her/she has an open wound/refused medical.

Thursday, Sept. 19

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Santa Rita Avenue
Caller came home and found wheels and lights had been removed from a 2006 white Ford Mustang.

Santa Clara Police Department

Monday, Sept. 16

Disturbance
N. Prescott and W. Oak streets
Caller advised she heard a loud crash and saw two vehicles and believes that one hit the other. Officer out at Lincoln/Prescott with one vehicle.

Tuesday, Sept. 17

Domestic disturbance
N. Prescott Street
Caller advised it looks like a named male was hitting the female/they are sitting in front of her residence. Officer had contact with the male.

Unwanted subject
N. Bard Street
Caller advised a named male is at his residence and he doesn’t want him there. Officer had contact and issued Robert Armijo an indefinite CTW.

Fight
410 N. Bayard Street
Two females in the parking lot. Officer advised one female in unit en route to station/en route to her residence.

Disturbance
N. Prescott and W. Cottonwood streets – 5 p.m.
Caller advised four people outside and one person in a white Honda 2-door trying to hit someone.

Suspicious vehicle
W. Cottonwood and N. Prescott streets – 5:12 p.m.
Officer out at location/request ambulance for a 20-year-old female with suicidal ideations.

Welfare check
Seven Sons Road
Caller wants to make sure his son isn’t with a named male who doesn’t appear to be in the right state of mind. Officer will call caller when officer is at station.

Wednesday, Sept. 18

Accident-property damage
W. Cactus Street
Caller advised someone hit the fence and knocked it down.

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