Bayard Police Department

Tuesday, Jan. 14

Criminal trespass warning
Location redacted
Officer issued subject an indefinite CTW for an Orchard Street address.

Wednesday, Jan. 15

Loud music
Watson Street
Deputy out at a Watson Street address/music turned down. Caller called back advising music is louder. Officer spoke with caller/music was not excessively loud.

Bayard Elementary
Caller advised some parents have been harassing his 10-year-old daughter. Officer advised will come back to talk to school staff.

Welfare check
Poplar Street
Had female call who was breathing very heavily and then the line disconnected/unable to call back. Officer out checking on elderly. . ./did ATL/negative contact with any suspicious person.

Missing persons
Cobre High School – 6:50 p.m.
Caller advised her 14-year-old son has not gone home from school/was wearing a black hoodie/does not have after-school activities/if she does not pick him up from school he walks home.

Snell Middle School
Caller advised to meet at main office re: possible sexual harassment/parents are being informed/both are male students about 13-years-old.

Hurley Police Department

Wednesday, Jan. 15

Santa Rita Avenue
Stolen tires.

Thursday, Jan. 16

Domestic disturbance
D Street
Caller advised that this is the fourth time there has been a domestic/advised she can hear yelling and pounding and cussing in the area. Second caller advised she could hear yelling and pounding. Deputy advised three in investigative detention. Bayard officer requested ambulance for a 46-year-old female who was bit by a dog on right arm/open wound/was bleeding. Hurley officer requested ambulance for three subjects who were fighting/there is blood everywhere.

Santa Clara Police Department

Wednesday, Jan. 15

Unwanted subject
500 S. Prescott Street
Caller advised that her daughter’s ex-girlfriend is refusing to leave. Officer advised en route to GCSO with female.

Unwanted subject
Central Elementary
Officer out with a named male.

Thursday, Jan. 16

207 S. Bayard Street
Caller advised that someone tried to open side and front door of church/afraid someone may be inside/would like someone to clear the building.

500 S. Prescott Street
Caller advised she could hear people yelling outside the apartments and could also hear a child crying. Hurley and Santa Clara officers had contact advising one female was leaving with another female/advised she and her boyfriend were arguing. Officers cleared after female left.

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