Bayard Police Department

Snell Middle School
12-year-old who bit a teacher. The teacher, according to the school principal, stated a student bit him when he went to turn off the computer.

Welfare check
Chino Street
Caller advised he hasn’t heard from the mother of his 12-year-old son since Oct. 12, and his son hasn’t been to school for the past couple of weeks.

Criminal damage to property
Guinevan Street
Caller advised her son is at the residence threatening to break all the windows because they locked the door/he has made the threat of suicide by cop. Deputy advised one in investigative detention.

Unwanted subject
Orchard Street
Caller advised his son is on the property causing problems/he is calming down but still on scene. Officer advised one in unit en route to a Bard Street address.

Tuesday, Dec. 10

Welfare check
E. Elm Street
Caller from HMS advised a named male went to HMS yesterday/he has critical lab results and needs to be taken to GRMC for further evaluation/caller advised he cannot reach him by phone. Officer has contact with male.

Welfare check
N. East Street
A named male in his late 60s has not been answering his phone for several weeks. Caller advised she works at a local restaurant and would take him plates for the holidays. Deputy had contact with male advising he is okay.

400 Tom Foy Blvd.
Caller advised a named male stole oil. Deputy had contact corner of Erie and Guinevan.

Cobre High School
Two female students were in an altercation/they will be in the front office.

Grant Street
Caller advised that someone broke into her father’s 5th wheel and items are missing.

Cobre High School
High school kids physically fighting in the main gym/most already left on foot. Second caller advised they were saying they were going to get a gun and shoot the principal.

Domestic disturbance
Taylor Street
Caller advised that her son is punching holes in the wall/caller can be heard saying,
“Don’t you hit me,” twice/line was disconnected. Officer advised to cancel county/negative on domestic/damage only/there was another teen in the house arguing.

Wednesday, Dec. 11

Criminal trespass warning
Rogers Street
Caller wants a named female issued a CTW.

Stewart Street
Caller noticed items missing from his residence.

Snell Middle School
Walk-in advised his son’s phone was stolen from Snell Middle School.

Thursday, Dec. 12

Unattended death
Grant Street
88-year-old female not waking up/not breathing/caller refusing to do CPR/advised female was recently diagnosed with liver cancer. Officer advised to call OMI. OMI contacted/ETA 30 minutes.

Hurley Police Department

Monday, Dec. 9

Unwanted subject
North Hurley Road
A named female is at the residence requesting her daughter but caller told her before she isn’t wanted there/wants an officer to remove the female/she is causing problems at this time. Officer on scene/no CTW was issued.

Tuesday, Dec. 10

Domestic disturbance
Romero Avenue
13-year-old caller advised he wasn’t feeling well this morning when his mother told him to get dressed and he did not do, so the mother then began to kick and hit child. Officer had contact advising everything is okay/child is okay.

Main Street
Caller advised her aunt is starting to cause problems with her/aunt has left to her house. Deputy advised clear/en route to a North Hurley Road address.

Wednesday, Dec. 11

Welfare check
D Street
A 60-year-old male who lives alone is not answering his phone. Officer made entry and male was not at home.

Welfare check
S. Geronimo Street
Caller advised she got a call from her mom’s cell phone/it was an open line and she heard her mother and 10-year-old brother arguing. Officer had contact advising everything is okay/clear.

Welfare check
D Street – 11:40 p.m.
A named female has the front door barricaded, tied with rope/she said she will “Do what she did last time.” Caller advised she said she is going to kill herself/she has guns in the house and last time she OD’d.

Thursday, Dec. 12

Welfare check
D Street – 4:50 a.m.
Deputy had contact with female advising that everything was okay.

Domestic disturbance
Aztec Avenue and Chino Blvd.
Could hear male and female screaming. Deputy had negative contact with any activity/units clear.

Santa Clara Police Department

Tuesday, Dec. 10

Welfare check
N. Cleveland Street
A female yelling.

Welfare check
N. Bayard and Cottonwood streets
A male is yelling.

Suspicious vehicle
Santa Clara Post Office
Deputies had contact with four occupants in vehicle/everything is okay/subjects left.

Wednesday, Dec. 11

Domestic disturbance
S. Prescott Street
Caller advised she could hear her neighbors fighting/sounds like the male is trying to kick in the door. Deputy out with male and kids outside/all verbal/male will be taking the kids . . .

Welfare check
N. Mineral Street
Caller advised a named female has not been answering her phone all morning/she has cancer/she was supposed to fly out to Mexico to meet him but she called and said she cancelled the flight but did not specify a reason. Officer advised her vehicle is gone/she is not home/she is not answering the door/will get hold of maintenance.

Central Elementary
Caller advised she is a teacher at Central Elementary and advised that one of her male students told another male student that he was going to kill him/both students went home for the day.

Thursday, Dec. 12

Domestic disturbance
E. Cottonwood Street
Females screaming in Spanish. Another person advised sounds like they’re screaming in pain. Male left prior to LE arrival.

Domestic disturbance
W. Lincoln Street
Advised that the boyfriend was inside the residence causing problems and refusing to leave/he is yelling for his dog/he struck caller in the face/he is leaving in his red Chevy Aveo/negative on an ambulance.

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