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Friday, Oct. 4

Hot pursuit
Highway 180 @ McDonald’s
Eastbound 50 mph/reason for stop: no headlight/passing Ranch Club Road/passing Tractor Supply/now 65 mph/now passing Baca’s/officer advised to cancel/black primer Ranger 2d/deputy advised contact at Santa Clara/SCPD officer advised have contact at Prescott and Oak.

Disturbance
Lamina Loop
Caller advised the male she is living with is causing problems with her/he went and woke her up and is now threatening her/he has an ax in his hands/he is standing at the door looking at her.

Harassment
1001 Pope Street
Caller had an individual come in and threaten her employee.

Unwanted subject
1004 Pope Street
Caller advised a male is sleeping and eating in back of one of the company trucks. Officer issued Joshua Tavares an indefinite CTW for location/he is getting his stuff and will be leaving/will call later today for a civil standby to pick up his blankets.

Welfare check
Silver City
A named 86-year-old male left approximately 45 minutes ago/he resides in Deming and drives a 2004 silver pickup/he suffers from a mild form of dementia. Officer had contact with male’s truck behind Grinder Mill.

Welfare check
Grant Street – 3:45 p.m.
Caller advised a female is screaming and a male on a motorcycle drove up to check on her/she is yelling about, “How could he do this?”/there is a lot of broken items in the yard. Officer out with female/she is upset about someone who broke her painting.

Burglary
City Shop – 800 N. Gold Street
Officers set up frequent patrol for next month.

Accident-property damage
1201 Pope Street
Caller stated a camping trailer came loose from a vehicle and ran into the building on the 13th side of the bank. Second caller advised an RV just hit the bank/cannot see any injuries/male is following the bus around blaming the Mariachi bus at this time.

Harassment
1303 N. Bennett Street
Owner of Silver City RV Park advised she is getting harassed by her neighbor.

Welfare check
Grant Street – 6:30 p.m.
Can hear a female screaming and two men are outside fighting. Officer had contact with a named female.

Accident-property damage
Silver Heights Blvd. And N. Swan Street
Caller advised she was rear-ended and did not think to call/she does have second driver info. Officer advised female is getting tests done and is busy/was advised to call when available.

Welfare check
Durango Street
Caller said she talked with a named male earlier and he didn’t look good. Officer had contact with male advising he has just been drinking/he seems okay.

Harassment
Lamina Loop
Caller advised her ex called her son to say he was going to come and beat up caller. Officer advised unit clear/will frequent patrol tonight.

Harassment
703 Silver Heights Blvd.
Male in front of Denny’s has something in underwear/seems on drugs. Officer had contact.

Domestic disturbance
2711 Leslie Road
Female was screaming/a male with a dog and another female were trying to drag her away. Officers had contact with male and dog on Sara Court and with two females on Leslie and North Loop/females were not part of the incident.


Welfare check
101 E. College Avenue
Heavy set person lying on the sidewalk/unknown if male or female. Second caller advised of a male sleeping near the roadway. Officer en route to SCPD with Joey Yursic/mother is coming to pick him up.

Saturday, Oct. 5

Domestic disturbance
N. Swan Street
Male chasing a female/advising he was beating her up/running down toward 32nd Street. Officer had contact at Swan and 33rd.

Intoxicated persons
1075 E. Highway 180
Intoxicated high school kids in the lobby

Suspicious vehicle
W. 7th Street
Caller advised a white pickup has been parked in front of her residence for an hour with subjects inside. Advised multiple cars have been coming and parking next to the vehicle getting items and leaving. Caller believes narcotics are involved. Officer advised in the area ATL.

Welfare check
E. 15th Street
A named male called OnStar advising he was locked in his vehicle but upon further investigation from OnStar employees he told them he was feeling suicidal. OnStar called back, could hear hyperventilation.

Welfare check
Harris Road
Caller advised her mother has been mentally unstable the last few days/wants a call back. Officer had contact advising mother was not making any sense and was stating her family is out to get her/she didn’t want to harm herself or others.

Welfare check
W. 12th and Grant streets
Advised that subjects were fighting in a silver Jeep, west on 12th Street.

Disturbance
Highway 180 @ NAPA
Brown Toyota Corolla with males fighting in the roadway/advised that one male took the keys from another male. Officer advised male is in custody at this time/en route to SCPD/wrecker is en route.

Unwanted subject
SWAG
Caller advised subjects are inside her dumpster. Officer had contact/a named male is leaving.

Welfare check
N. Silver Street
Caller advised his girlfriend’s daughter was trying to get a hold of the girlfriend to see if she was okay. Officer advised will be clear/no one is coming to the door.

Welfare check
2633 E. Highway 180
Caller advising a female was in her store trying to buy a knife/she needed the knife because a man was getting attacked by a bear/she is no longer in the store/she is outside trying to find the money to buy the knife. Officer out with the named female/has one in protective custody/clear from here/en route to GRMC.

Suspicious vehicle
Cardinal Lane
Caller advising he can hear a lot of yelling and screaming and children possibly crying/sounds like it’s getting worse. Officer advised units clear/everything is okay/it was a party and some children were playing basketball in the street/negative on signs of a domestic.

Unwanted subject
1075 E. Highway 180
A male in a gray hoodie is intoxicated and refusing to leave/just walked outside/he is driving away in a tan Ford SUV/turned right on Pinos Altos Road. Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
1060 E. Highway 180
A diesel truck has been parked on Mountain View Road for two hours and the exhaust is bothering caller at the Comfort Inn/it is partially blocking traffic.

Harassment
W. Kelly Street
Caller said kids in the neighborhood outside are harassing her/wants an officer to go by.

Harassment
306 E. 12th Street
Caller advised her minor daughter told her that one of her employees at Dairy Queen was going to ‘send someone to rape her.’ Officer advised clear.

Harassment
Lamina Loop
A named male said he was going to come kick down her door/happened five minutes ago/said he was on his way. Officer advised clear.

Loud party
N. Silver Street
Officer advised clear/told them to keep it down.

Sunday, Oct. 6

Loud party
N. Swan Street
Officer had contact advising will be clear/this was a loud party/told them to keep it down.

Domestic disturbance
2711 Leslie Road
Can hear female say, “I can’t breathe,”/can hear a bunch of banging. Officer requested ambulance for a 26-year-old female bleeding from her forehead. EMS1 advised clear from scene/R1 clear/two signed refusals.

Unwanted subject
1075 E. Highway 180
Two customers are arguing with employees about not serving lunch items for breakfast/they seem intoxicated. Manager does not want them trespassed, just to calm down and understand they were only serving breakfast.

Suspicious vehicle
Mann and 33rd streets
Officer had contact with a named male who advised he was waiting for his sister/he was advised to move on and wait for her somewhere else.

Unwanted subject
R&L Service Center
Homeless male asleep by the restrooms/caller asked him to leave and he just went back to sleep. Officer had contact advising Regan Jimenez was advised to leave/has a warrant out of Judge Laney’s court for shoplifting bond to be set/male just stated he is about to have a seizure/en route to GRMC.

Domestic disturbance
Tracy Circle
Caller advised she and her mom are fighting/her mom is trying to kick her out/it is physical/she just got out of the shower. Officer advised one female in custody/en route to SCPD/at SCPD/at GCDC/will file on the other party.

Larceny
Fowler Avenue
Caller just moved his son into this house and today someone has stolen everything they left under the carport.

DV order violation
Fran Drive
Officer spoke to caller who believes her ex-husband closed their joint Wells Fargo account/caller is going to get more info from the bank.

Unwanted subject
Grant Street
Officer issued Joe Cardona an indefinite CTW/he will call later to pick up his things.

Welfare check
2711 Leslie Road
Caller advised a named female lives at this address and she has been hearing a lot of banging. Officer advised everything is okay/possibly music.

Welfare check
2154 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a female in her 80s is living in her smashed vehicle.

Welfare check
N. Juniper and 17th streets
Caller advised a male is lying on the sidewalk. Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
Cain Drive
Caller advised her 85-year-old father’s wife is a hoarder and is trying to kill him. Officer advised everything is okay.

Unwanted subject
206 N. Hudson Street
One male harassing customers. Officer advised re-issued CTW.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
N. Corbin Street
Caller advised a named male shot out the back window to his vehicle with a BB gun.

Welfare check
N. Swan Street
A named male tenant is going to be evicted tomorrow but caller was advised the apartment is completely flooded and cannot be lived in.

Domestic disturbance
Yucca Street
Could hear females yelling in the background/caller then disconnected after giving address. Officer advised executing search warrant.

Welfare check
W. 11th Street
Officer needs GCSO unit to assist in clearing a residence/everything is okay.

Welfare check
1810 N. Swan Street
Caller advised a vehicle was there with all its lights on and someone was lying next to the vehicle. Officer advised everything is okay.

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