Friday, Mar. 27

Loud music
2711 Leslie Road
Officer advised clear/no one came to the door but they did turn down the music.

Loud music
2711 Leslie Road
Officer advised he spoke with the resident and they turned down the music.

Breaking and entering
Cactus Street
Caller advised that someone broke into his neighbor’s garage and have been breaking into the neighbor’s camping trailer. Officer advised he has a second B&E at an adjacent Cactus Street address as well and has cleared the house and is out at that address.

1956 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that a male is acting irate/throwing things out of a truck/a woman is there trying to calm him down but cannot seem to get him under control/a white Chevy Silverado/male took off running. Officer advised that a 57-year-old female with hand wounds and bite marks on her thumb is bleeding.

Domestic disturbance
Canal Street
Caller advised that a named female hit her in left arm. Voicemail was left/negative contact.

520 N. Bullard Street
Caller advised she was walking across the bridge behind the Co-op and a named male refused to get out of her way mumbling something about caller’s daughter. Caller advised she ran home but this is the second time the male has harassed her by not moving.

Criminal trespass warning
206 N. Hudson Street
Caller requested indefinite CTWs be issued to a few subjects/they are not at the store at this time. Elena Montes, Estrella Gonzales, Ashley Gonzales/indefinite for Hudson Snappy only/put out ATL.

2501 E. Highway 180
Male missing teeth and wearing a black hoodie seemed on drugs/made gestures and aggressive movements toward employees/has been shoplifting from garden center the last few days. Officer put out ATL for Roman Vasquez and vehicle to issue indefinite CTW to Walmart.

Saturday, Mar. 28

1956 E. Highway 180
A named male in all black came into work drunk/punched caller/caller is in the parking lot. Officers advised unit clear/transporting male home to address on N. Corbin Street.

Suspicious vehicle
855 Silver Heights Blvd.
Vehicle is locked and secure/possibly doing work in building next to Exxon.

Welfare check
3514 Fowler Avenue
Caller from 5 Star Emergency advised a female is pushing her 5 Star button and caller tried calling it back but could not get an answer/could not get an answer from Care Center either. Spoke to the female who called who advised the patient just got a new phone and was trying to figure out how to use the phone/everything is okay. Officer advised that LE was on scene.

Domestic disturbance
Lamina Loop
Officer advised vehicle waved down officer/vehicle stopping at Ridge Road and Highway 90 en route to Plata Road. Officer advised one male in investigative detention/has warrant out of Judge Laney’s court for failure to pay $281 cash bond.

Breaking and entering
City Shop – 800 N. Gold Street
Caller advised it appears that the ‘plant’ building behind the city shop was broken into/caller was difficult to understand due to language barrier. Officer advised cleared air for emergency traffic/resumed normal traffic.

Domestic disturbance
N. Swan Street and Mann Drive
Male walking a bike/female trying to get away from the male/they are yelling at each other. Officers advised possible contact with subjects/everything was verbal/units clear.

Domestic disturbance
Glenda Circle
Received a call from this phone number/line was only connected briefly but dispatcher heard what sounded like yelling/callback went to voicemail. Officer advised on scene ATL/out with a named male.

Unwanted subject
Valley Vista
A named female is outside in a red Dodge Dart/possibly intoxicated/refusing to leave/caller wants her issued a CTW. Officer advised female already left possibly to Santa Clara. Deputy went traffic with the vehicle and issued registered owner an indefinite CTW to the address.

Welfare check
Debby Drive
25-year-old son is very intoxicated and left because his mother scolded him for being loud. Officer has contact with son at location.

Sunday, Mar. 29

Rec Center – 1016 N. Silver Street
Two named females/other female hit her in the face/one wearing black hoodie/older female is possibly on controlled substance/used possibly a coffee cup.

Breaking and entering
1401 Silver Heights Blvd.
Sun Valley Hardware showroom motion/ADT Security. Officers on scene.

Criminal damage to property
3025 E. Highway 180
Caller advised the side door window was shattered last night/did not gain entry. Officer viewed video footage.

Domestic disturbance
Little Walnut Road
Caller advised that her son and son-in-law are fighting/her son-in-law and a named female left in a dark green Jeep. Officer advised contact with a dark green Jeep at a Little Walnut address.

Unwanted subject
520 N. Bullard Street
A named female has been calling the store all morning telling them they shouldn’t be open/she just showed up to the store. Officer advised female left upon arrival/will give her a call.

Game and Fish
Public Library – 515 W. College Avenue
Across from library/injured with broken legs. Officer had contact with citizen who advised it went up West Street/negative contact.

Suicide threat
N. Juniper Street
No report.

Bard Street
Caller advised that a named male is calling and leaving harassing messages on caller’s phone/caller thinks he is drunk/knew him from childhood. Officer had contact with caller who advised to tell the male to leave her alone.

Welfare check
Silver Heights Blvd.
Four children left unattended in a vehicle/gold Cadillac with spoked wheels. Officers advised following a named female to her address off Alabama/kids are okay/out at Howell and Alabama/kids given to another named female.

Loud party
N. Silver Street
Across the street there is a college party/caller is upset due to the violation of the social distancing. Caller called back advising more kids are showing up. Officers advised will be headed up there again shortly. Officer had contact with caller who asked why we were letting them party. He was advised that an officer just spoke to a female who advised it was just her, her . . .

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