Bayard Police Department

Friday, Mar. 20

Welfare check
Maple Street
Caller is the mother of a named male that has returned home and is now at his dad’s house/need an officer to make contact and ensure the child is safe so he can be removed from the missing person’s list. Officer advised en route to residence.

Counterfeit money
314 Tom Foy Blvd.
No blotter narrative.

Unwanted subject
Dayhill Street
Advised that her grandson is at her residence and she doesn’t want to let him in/she needs an officer to take him to GRMC/she doesn’t want him at her house. Deputy advised that the 23-year-old male is alert with back pain.

Breaking and entering
Steyskal Street
Caller advised that unknown subjects are trying to get in his front door/caller is in the back room with his two young children.

Saturday, Mar. 21

Unwanted subject
100 Hurley Street
Caller stated a female was refusing to leave/she was on foot. Officer had negative contact with anyone in the area/they will call back if she returns.

Sunday, Mar. 22

Unwanted subject
E. Elm Street
Caller advised neighbor kids are climbing on his roof/there are kids in his backyard now. Officer spoke with kids and parents.

Hurley Police Department

Sunday, Mar. 22

Welfare check
Elguea Street – 4:35 p.m.
Caller advised his grandson has returned home/he was reported a missing over the weekend.

Welfare check
Elguea Street – 7:30 p.m.
A named male went to caller’s house saying he was going to die, then walked back home/he looked a mess to caller. Deputy advised grandma advised that grandpa took him to the ER.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, Mar. 20

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
N. Cleveland Street
Double wide trailer re: kids egging patrol cars. Officer and Hurley PD officer advised units followed foot steps to this location and came upon a large marijuana grow as well as 5-6 stolen drones/out with multiple juveniles.

Welfare check
S. Bellm Street
41-year-old wife is suicidal and needs assistance/she is threatening to commit suicide with a knife/she is intoxicated at this time/she left in a vehicle/unknown vehicle description/male disconnected the line when . . .

Saturday, Mar. 21

Welfare check
500 S. Prescott Street
Caller requests welcheck on his aunt/her home is near the Santa Clara Post Office/will get numerics.

Unwanted subject
N. Hutchinson Street
Caller advised that her brother is outside of her house and is possibly high on narcotics/he is swaying. Deputies advised gun . . ./one in custody.

Sunday, Mar. 22

Domestic disturbance
S. Suchoff Street
A named female hit him in the eye/she is trying to leave in a white Toyota Corolla.
Can hear them arguing/kids are yelling and crying now/male is telling her not to take the kids/he has the kids/they are okay with him. Advised she is trying to leave the house/she did leave the house.

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