Friday, Jan. 10

Welfare check
2080 Memory Lane
Caller advised she can hear a male yelling and cussing at his son who is about 10-years-old/it’s been going on for an hour or two.

Welfare check
N. Corbin Street
Caller advised that a named female came in and bit him on the foot/requesting EMS to bring him crutches.

1313 E. 32nd Street – 11 a.m.
Caller advised her autistic son threatened her/he is screaming/they are outside in the courtyard/caller is having a hard time handling them(?)/security just showed up.

Welfare check
1313 E. 32nd Street – 12 noon
A named 56-year-old male, who was brought in by ambulance for psychiatric help has left on foot.

School threat
No report.

Welfare check
1956 E. Highway 180
Caller witnessed a homeless man who was sitting there and fell over/he was by the stoplight holding a sign.

Stolen motor vehicle
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller left keys in her silver Chevy Impala and now the vehicle is gone/she was inside the store for an hour. Caller found her car/elderly . . .

2500 E. Highway 180
Caller advised she gave the male gas money to take her to Walmart and now he is throwing all her stuff out of the truck and is refusing to take her home. Deputy advised en route to Hanover to a Goldrush address with caller.

711 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised that a named female and a named male are harassing her and calling her out to fight.

Unwanted subject
Durango Street
Caller advised her stepson arrived at her house and is high on drugs/he keeps talking about a girlfriend who doesn’t exist and is obviously mentally ill/caller asked no lights or sirens. Officers on scene and transported stepson to GRMC voluntarily.

DV order violation
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named male with an older female got close to caller while she was at work and left. Officer had negative contact with anyone.

Welfare check
2711 Leslie Road
Caller said there are multiple men in her apartment bothering her. Caller called back and said the unknown male subjects are still bothering her.

Saturday, Jan. 11

Welfare check
2545 N. Silver Street
Caller advised her female friend texted her to call 911. It is possibly for her neighbor who keeps walking into her apartment all the time and making threats. Officer on scene advising no one is answering the door/everything is okay/she texted her friend two hours ago for help.

Welfare check
711 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised that her boyfriend is using her vehicle, a blue 2019 Chevy Spark/he was supposed to pick her up when she got off work but hasn’t showed up.

Unwanted subject
1313 E. 32nd Street
A named female is refusing to leave the ER/she is not causing problems just refusing to leave/she does have an active warrant. Officer advised one in custody/en route to Dispatch for paperwork/at station/at jail.

2045 E. Highway 180
Caller had a bad check written to her by a customer at the gas station.

E. College Avenue and N. Hudson Street
Advised a pickup pulling a trailer is dumping trash all over the highway. Officer went traffic with vehicle at Bobwhite and Ridge Road.

Intoxicated persons
2633 E. Highway 180
Caller advised an older male seems intoxicated/has urine on himself and smells of alcohol/he is by checkout and appears to have items in his pocket. Officer advised out with Santiago Velasquez and issued him an indefinite CTW.

Welfare check
Serinna Court
Three abandoned 911 calls/small children playing on the phone saying that someone was shooting up McDonald’s/children probably about 10-years-old. Officer advised toddlers living in this house.

Intoxicated persons
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised intoxicated male at service desk/he is sitting in arcade area with manager.

Aggravated assault
Royall Drive
Caller advised the neighbor across the street came outside and threatened husband with a knife/this is a normal occurrence/he is back inside.

W. 6th Street
Caller having trouble taking money out of a Social Security account/can only speak with machines.

Accident-property damage
Highway 180 and Pinos Altos Road
Black Ford F150 vs silver Kia Optima/negative injuries/vehicles will be in parking lot of the Silver Heights Chevron.

Unwanted subject
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that same male is in the parking lot telling customers to fight him/he is on the garden side holding a Subway sandwich. Deputy advised he has contact behind Tractor Supply with Santiago Salcedo/indefinite CTW.

Counterfeit money
1810 N. Swan Street
No report.

Criminal trespass
2633 E. Highway 180 – 5 p.m.
Caller wants a CTW issued to a customer. Officer advised employees stated male left prior to arrival/ATL in area/negative contact.

Criminal trespass warning
2633 E. Highway 180 – 6:30 p.m.
Caller advised a male who has a CTW for the store is in the store. Officer out with Santiago Velasquez-Saucedo/he was re-issued CTW and released on a CTA/male left property/waiting for a ride.

Criminal trespass warning
2633 E. Highway 180 – 6:30 p.m.
Intoxicated male is outside and he has a CTW.

DV order violation
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named male is inside Walmart and she has a DVO with him and he is not allowed near her workplace. Officer had contact with male/in investigative detention at this time.

Sunday, Jan. 12

2333 Sheriff’s Posse Road
Came to open the business and the money door has been pried open. Officers on scene.

Unattended death
Bosworth Drive
56-year-old male is not breathing/negative on his chest rising. Officer advised to send OMI to GRMC.

123 W. 12th Street
Occurred this morning/caller has video ready.

2545 N. Silver Street
Caller advised she does not get along with a named female and that female’s mother is in the parking lot harassing her. Officer advised attempted contact three times/unable to make contact.

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