Friday, May 10

Domestic disturbance
Chukar Drive
Caller advised a male was trying to hang himself with a cord but is now leaving on foot/he is still outside banging on the door/caller disconnected the line. Deputies advised male left in caller's vehicle/ATL for Highlander.

Stolen motor vehicle
Cottage San Road
Chinese dirt bike stolen off the porch.

Burke Loop
Caller advised her computer was hacked yesterday and they have her banking information. Deputy made contact with caller.

Accident-property damage
Highway 152 – MM 21 (7 miles east of Highway 35 junction)
Vehicle went off the roadway/vehicle is down in the canyon/newer model white Chevy Silverado with no one around. Deputy advised units clear/negative contact with vehicle.

Domestic disturbance
Arenas Valley Road
14-year-old caller advised her father was abusing her/incident was physical/father is still inside the home. Deputy advised en route with female juvi to another Arenas Valley address.

Welfare check
A Street and Park – Hurley
Advised a homeless person is asleep under the slide and several children want to play and the person is scaring them.

Bandoni Drive
A named male is "acting crazy,"/screaming at the neighbors/behavior is not like him/he damaged the inside of the house/has gotten aggressive with caller. Can hear male yelling in the background. Deputy advised all verbal/everything is okay.

Saturday, May 11
Oakwood Avenue
Three people involved across the street/two males and a female. Caller called back advising someone came and picked him up in an older red pickup.

Welfare check
Chalcocite Circle – Tyrone
Caller can hear the female screaming and causing a disturbance. Deputy advised negative contact with anyone at the address/everything appears to be okay.

School threat
Cliff High School
No report.

Unwanted subject
Pheasant Drive
Caller advised a named female is on the property without permission/she is setting up camp and burning trash. Deputy advised the female was re-issued the CTW for the location. Caller called back advising the female is at the location. Deputy advised one female in custody.

Accident-property damage
Sandalwood Avenue
Caller's girlfriend crashed red 2021Toyota Corolla into the wall/negative injuries.

W. Highway 180 – Cliff
Caller received a call from a male who said, "I'm the mf that is going to kill you."

Arenas Valley Road
Neighbor is screaming and causing a disturbance. Deputies had contact with (redacted)/was advised to keep it down.

Criminal damage to property
Walk-in at Bayard PD advised doesn't have a phone to file a report for damage. Deputy advised a named female left upon arrival.

Sunday, May 12

Grant County Detention Center
Two got into a physical altercation/one is on the way to the hospital/a plastic food tray was used to hit (redacted) in head and face. Caller advised they often have to close their windows from how strong it (?) is.

Mental health complaint
M Vista – Buckhorn
32-year-old female is hitting herself and the furniture/she does not believe the people in the home are real people.

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