Game and Fish
Rosedale Rd.
Caller reports a bear just ran across the road in front of her vehicle and into the creek.

Injuring Tampering with Motor Vehicle
Whiskey Creek Airport
Incident report.

Domestic Disturbance
Whiskey Creek Airport Rd.
Caller reports she was just punched in the face by her friend and has lacerations to her face.


Intoxicated Persons
Hwy 180
Caller reports a vehicle just passed north Hurley and is swerving on the road.

Unwanted Subject
Mountain View Ln.
Caller reports a male subject will not leave their property and believes he is intoxicated.

Accident Property Damage
Hwy 180
Caller reports he tried to swerve from hitting a deer and went off the road.

Suicide Threat
Rio De Arenas Rd.
No report.

Domestic Disturbance
Moonshine Ln.
Caller reports her mom and her sister just got into a physical fight, and everyone is still in the house.

Domestic Disturbance
Mountain View Lane
Caller reports a known male subject hit her and her mom and then left. Caller advises the male subject should not be at that location.

Delk Dr.
Caller reports someone broke into her fifth-wheel trailer and stole some firearms.

Rio De Arenas Mobile Home Park
No report.

Stolen Motor Vehicle
Cochise Cr.
Caller reports her son is stealing her car at this time.


Domestic Disturbance
Tabor Dr.
Caller reports that she and her boyfriend got into a physical fight. Caller reports she wants to leave the location, but she thinks she lost her keys.


Domestic Disturbance
N. Swan St.
Caller reports she was at a party Friday night and got into an argument with an ex-boyfriend, who pushed her down.  She now has bruises.

N. Swan St.
Caller reports her laptop was taken from her house Saturday night. Caller advises she believes it was stolen when her daughter had some people over from the College.

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