Friday, Aug. 9

Domestic disturbance
N. Corbin Street
Caller advised a physical fight is going on between an unknown number of subjects. Officer advised both verbally arguing about the kids’ bedtime now that school has started.

Domestic disturbance
Combs Circle
Caller advised her husband has been drinking and hit her on the leg/her 4-year-old grandson is with them.

1901 N. Silver Street
Caller advised two males fighting with weapons/she didn’t say what kind and disconnected the line. Officer was notified and asked if county could handle the call. Deputies advised negative contact with anybody/unit clear.

Unwanted subject
E. Broadway
Caller advised her mother is harassing her and is intoxicated/she is in a maroon Jeep and very drunk/she left toward McDonald’s. Caller requested frequent patrol through the day in case her mother shows up again

2 Ridge Road
Received a counterfeit $20 bill.

2320 E. Highway 180
Caller advised they are receiving prank calls. Officer contacted number given from Little Caesar’s and made contact with parent who advised me it was 11-year-old daughter and the calls would not happen anymore.

Missing persons
1901 N. Silver Street
Brother has been missing since Tuesday/he was threatening to kill himself.

1220 N. Hudson Street
A named female took two 30-packs of beer and a couple twelve-packs of soda and got into a grey-brown Nissan Altima and turned right onto Hudson. Caller will call when video is ready.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
A named female is in the store and has left/she did pay for her items. Officers had negative contact.

Domestic disturbance
Hugh McKeen Drive
A named male hit caller when she came home/he hit her on the chin/no medical attention needed/he is on probation/this is an ongoing issue. Officer went traffic with vehicle at Little Walnut and Cain.

Saturday, Aug. 10

Criminal damage to property
1401 Silver Heights Blvd.
A window was broken.

Welfare check
N. Corbin Street
Caller wanted welcheck on Harris Road. Officer advised unit clear.

Criminal trespass warning
17th Street
Caller advised her grandmother has been threatening to call CYFD and caller wants her issued a CTW. Caller stated to officer that her 3-year-old daughter hit her 3-month-old baby with a flashlight so she swatted the 3-year-old on the butt and her grandmother became upset and told caller she was going to report her to CYFD. Officer saw both children and advised the kids looked okay/will be calling grandmother to issue CTW.

Accident-property damage
E. Highway 180 and 32nd Street Bypass
Advised the vehicle hit from behind. Caller will be in a Buick 4-door car/the other vehicle is gray. Officer on scene.

4210 Kiva Place
Female screaming on 911. Dispatch on callback advised female is in distress yelling my daughter is beating me up. Officer out at an address advising this residence is abandoned/negative contact. Deputy out at a Little Walnut Road address. Officer had negative contact at a Kiva Place address/new tenants are there/everything is okay.

Domestic disturbance
N. Silver Street
Neighbors are arguing next door. Second caller advised she can hear neighbors fighting. Officers out at a N. Silver Street address.

Unwanted subject
N. Corbin Street
Caller advised she found a named male in her yard. Officer had contact with Freddy Quesada and issued him a CTW and advised caller to call if he returns and . . .

Caller advised her 18-year-old daughter got slapped in the ear yesterday near Gough Park.

2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named female left a note on her car to harass her and the female was following her in a vehicle to Walmart.

Sunday, Aug. 11

Unwanted subject
Plata Road
A female that was supposed to leave hasn’t left yet.

N. Corbin Street
Caller advised her aunt is trying to fight her mom/ both are inside/both are intoxicated. Officers on scene escorting three subjects.

Unwanted subject
2711 Leslie Road
A named female from another apartment is banging on caller’s door/caller is the female’s grandmother.

Pope Street Park
Caller advised that a named male threw a rock at him. Officer en route to park.

Criminal damage to property
Ben Altamirano Sports Complex
Caller saw three kids break a window and run toward Walmart. Officer had negative contact.

Unwanted subject
N. Swan Street – 6:40 p.m.
A named male is outside the apartment and refusing to leave/he was staying there and is no longer wanted there. Officer had contact with male at Swan and Birch/gave him a ride to Walmart/female in unit to original location.

Agave Place
Caller advised her 26-year-old brother just showed up and he can’t walk and is bloody/they picked him up from his residence on Mountain View. Officer advised out with deputy at GRMC/female advised there is . . .

Unwanted subject
N. Swan Street – 8:36 p.m.
The named male is outside refusing to leave again/wants him issued a CTW. Officer issued Anthony Alviso an indefinite CTW for the location.

Unwanted subject
314 E. 14th Street
Female outside yelling obscenities/want her removed from property. Officer out with female/she got her belongings and is leaving.

Welfare check
Grant Street
Can hear a male cussing and possibly a female crying/from a trailer at the end of
Grant Street by ditch. Officer advised to send another unit/subjects ran inside residence and locked door. Officer had contact with a named female who stated nothing was happening.

206 N. Hudson Street
Subjects just took two bottles of liquor and left headed south on Hudson. Officer out at a Sara Court address/liquor taken was Fireball and Jose Cuervo.

Welfare check
1414 Little Walnut Road
Receiving texts from boyfriend stating he is going to kill himself tonight. Officer had negative contact/will frequent patrol area and check residence later.

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