Friday, June 26

Suspicious vehicle
N. Silver and E. 32nd streets
Subject was having vehicle problems/unit clear.

Domestic disturbance
Leslie Road and North Loop
Female screaming “Let go of me!” Officers advised they have yelling coming from Gateway Apartments/out with a named female and a named male/one juvie female en route to Bayard.

Unwanted subject
1901 N. Silver Street
Caller requesting a female removed from his house/he just met her today. Deputy advised female will be leaving/she will be en route to bus stop at Swan Street Snappy. Caller told officer he could not provide a name for the female/she was allowed to stay the night at his house.

Welfare check
121 W. 12th Street
Caller advised that someone is passed out in a truck in the middle carwash. Officer advised a named male left upon request.

Unwanted subject
1810 N. Swan Street
Caller advised that a panhandler is being rude to people/he is refusing to move on/he has a big knife on his side. Officer out with Britton Scott/negative on warrants or CTW/he left and won’t be going back.

Reckless driver
12th Street @ Food Basket
Officers went traffic with vehicle on Hudson and Broadway.

Unwanted subject
3025 E. Highway 180
Caller advised they have a customer refusing to leave the store/he was being helped with a return and began getting upset and yelling at workers. Caller advised customer is leaving now and police do not need to respond.

Welfare check
1414 Little Walnut Road
Caller advised a Chevy truck has two flat tires and substantial front-end damage. Officers advised they already dealt with this vehicle at Curl Up and Dye.

1007 Pope Street
Caller advised the parties have separated at this time. Officers had contact at Pope Street Park.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named female has a CTW, and if not she needs to be issued one/she is by produce aisle. Officer issued Esmeralda Dominguez an indefinite CTW for Walmart.

Intoxicated persons
1414 Little Walnut Road
A named female is intoxicated and causing problems. Officer has contact with female/was able to get her back to her apartment.

Welfare check
Yucca Street
Caller is trying to reach her mother and no one is answering the phone/she has COPD and heart issues. Officer had contact with mother who had the ringer off on her phone/she has 20 missed calls/will call caller back.

Criminal trespass warning
206 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised when a named male who has a CTW was asked to leave he threatened the manager/male is now outside the store. Officer spoke to Ruben Murillo and reminded him of the CTW.

Welfare check
211 N. Bullard Street
Caller advised a male is lying in the doorway of the Buffalo Bar. Officers out with Adam Medina/they got him up and he is walking home.

Suspicious vehicle
100 17th Street
Older truck with people in the back. Officer advised clear/subjects stated they were waiting for someone/they did leave.

N. Bennett and E. 10th streets
Caller advised it sounds like a male and a female fighting. Officers out with a named male and a named female.

Saturday, June 27

Domestic disturbance
Bosworth Drive
Caller advised that her boyfriend hit her/he hit her all over the body/she does not need an ambulance/he is threatening to kill her/he does not have a vehicle /he rides a green bicycle.

Domestic disturbance
North Loop
Verbal at this time/he is throwing things/he said he was going to get his gun but caller does not believe he knows where it is.

Reckless driver
Mountain View Road
Female caller advised that a blue 2003 GMC truck was being driven by a named male who was angry and driving erratically/he has a weapon on his person. Caller called back advising the male was back outside the house about to walk in and caller seemed to be scared of the male. Officer en route.

Fraser Drive
Caller advised a named male is there with a bat/caller advised he was going to shoot him. Officers are out with the county.

Welfare check
1414 Little Walnut Road
Caller advised his sister is not coming to the door/she has a blood condition. Officer advised on scene.

N. Gold Street
A named male is passing by her residence on a crotch rocket/she is afraid. Officers out with male on 16th Street/advised caller there were no grounds for harassment charges as Gold Street is a public street and his mother lives nearby.

Criminal trespass warning
123 W. 12th Street
Caller advised that a male came into the store and he has a CTW to every Snappy Mart in town. Officer advised that Freddy Quesada does not have a CTW, but if found, would issue him one for this location.

123 W. 12th Street
Two teenage females, one in a black hoodie, the other in a blue hoodie, took a bottle of Fireball 10 minutes ago and ran toward Wells Fargo. Mgr. advised video is available.

N. Bennett Street
Caller advised a male neighbor is yelling at her to cut her weeds/he is highly intoxicated. Officer advised the male was advised to stay inside for the night/unit clear.

Welfare check
E. College Street
Nephew is outside yelling at nothing. Officer advised everything is okay/male is going to sleep for night.

Domestic disturbance
2711 Leslie Road
A named female and a named male are possibly fighting next door. Officer made contact/negative on them fighting/advised it is someone else/will ATL.

Sunday, June 28

Grant Street
Caller advised Robert with one leg hit him with a stick and broke his phone/refused medical attention.

Criminal damage to property
S. Mill Road
Advised that someone broke out some windows either Friday night or last night.

Welfare check
1600 16th Street
Caller advised a male wearing all camo is lying at the curb at the bottom. Officer advised Freddy Quesada was advised to leave.

Unwanted subject
N. Swan Street
Caller advised a named female just walked into his house/wants her issued a CTW. Officer advised units clear.

Welfare check
S. Highway 90
Caller stated a woman in the background is yelling she is bleeding. Officer advised units clear/negative contact.

Unwanted subject
1401 Silver Heights Blvd.
Advised a male is sitting at the front door/customers are complaining he is making noises at them/he is wearing camo clothes/he has a hunting knife on his belt. Officer advised Britton Scott left upon request.

Unwanted subject
809 Hudson Street
Caller advised a named male is bugging people for money and when they tell him no he threatens them/he has been asked to leave and he refuses. Officer advised Freddy was asked to leave.

Welfare check
N. Bullard and W. Kelly streets
Caller advised a male who seems intoxicated is at the NE corner/he has no shirt and is taking off his shoes. Officer advised Anthony Alcorta is intoxicated and incoherent in front of Family Karate Center.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
A named male went toward the sporting area. Officer advised to send county. Deputy made contact with Tad Armstead and escorted him off the property and issued him a CTW.

Criminal trespass
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that a named male is circling the parking lot in a black car. Officer made contact with Tad Armstead at the entrance to Walmart and advised him not to come back to Walmart property.

2334 Ranch Club Road
Advised graffiti is on the side of the container.

Domestic disturbance
401 N. Bullard Street
Caller advised that her ex just shoved her into her vehicle and followed her following a child exchange/she still has her children/negative on injuries/other party is no longer on scene. Officer en route to Mann Drive

610 Silver Heights Blvd.
Female that just walked in with a big bag/she is now walking outside/gray car with four people/advised the bag was full again. Officers went traffic with vehicle at Gold and 10th streets.

Domestic disturbance
W. Kelly Street
Caller advised a male and a female in this trailer are fighting/can hear people banging on walls/it sounds physical. Officer made contact with two males who advised it was only an argument/one did not want the other to leave and that is why they were arguing/one did leave walking while they cooled down.

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