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Friday, Apr. 3

Breaking and entering
1901 N. Silver Street
Caller advised his house was broken into/he peeked inside and could see that the TV was gone.

Domestic disturbance
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that someone threw a woman from a maroon Ford Explorer and took it from her/they are parked on Row 9 at this time. Second caller advised that the female was thrown out of a vehicle.

Unwanted subject
3033 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that a male is outside the property yelling as usual and would like an officer to remove him. Officer issued Walter Whaley an indefinite CTW for Corre Caminos.

Welfare check
119 W. 11th Street
Advised that male keeps trying to get up and keeps lying back down. Out with a named male/everything is okay/negative on any kind of assistance needed/male stated he was walking toward Dairy Queen to get . . .

Reckless driver
915 Silver Heights Blvd.
Officer advised has contact with vehicle parked in front of a W. Kelly Street address.

Unwanted subject
414 N. Bullard Street
A named male is hanging out inside her property/she wants him to leave. Officer advised that the male was advised to leave the businesses alone.

Domestic disturbance
Pinos Altos Road
Female caller said just send officers there is a domestic and declined to provide further information/just send them and disconnected. Second caller advised that a named female was on the phone with her and started screaming when someone approached her and then disconnected. Phone # called back on 911/open line/can only hear . . .

Game and Fish
W. Highway 180 and Little Walnut Road
Dead deer in the roadway. Officer advised deer has been moved to the median.

Suspicious vehicle
915 Silver Heights Blvd.
White 4-door car/can hear the sound of breaking glass. Officer on scene advising everything is okay/negative on any glass breaking or broken glass to be seen/they were on the phone speaking to kids.

Unwanted subject
1810 N. Swan Street
A named male keeps coming into the business and telling them there are used syringes on the propane tank and if the employees don’t take care of the syringes he is going to light it on fire. Officer advised the male took off walking south on Swan Street and he did pour gas onto the propane tank/he is carrying a gas can as well. Officer advised the male is gone/will be at Super Snappy picking up syringes.

Welfare check
Kimberly and Valle drives
A female is yelling and trying to pack a suitcase. Officer had negative contact with anybody.

Welfare check
Kimberly Drive and Pinos Altos Road
Can hear a female crying and advising a male to get out of the house/can hear her saying, “I never did anything to you.” Female whispered get someone here quickly and then hung up. Officers out with a female on Kimberly and Pinos Altos/she stated she did not call.

Domestic disturbance
Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised verbal only at this time. Officer had contact with caller.

Saturday, Apr. 4

Loud music
Pinos Altos Road
Officer had contact with a female who stated they will turn the music down. Caller called back advising as soon as the officer left the subject turned the music right back on. Another officer advised them to turn the music down. Caller called back advising the subjects at this address turned back on the music as soon as the officers left. Officers advised they did walk up to the house from . . .

Loud music
2711 Leslie Road
Officer advised subjects were watching TV/they did turn it down.

Game and Fish
W. Highway 180 and Little Walnut Road
Near the turn to go toward the Church of Christ/attempted to contact the dead deer guy/left a voicemail.

Harassment
1956 E. Highway 180
Caller stated that a male is harassing customers outside/he is near Little Caesar’s/they want him issued a CTW for the store and to stay away. Officer out with subject in front of Ace /officer issued Walter Whaley a CTW to Albertson’s.

Unwanted subject
901 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised she is having trouble with a homeless man at Los Victor/wants a CTW issued. Officer advised will be clear from the location and ATL the male.

Welfare check
407 N. Hudson Street
Male lying on the sidewalk.

Disturbance
117 W. Market Street
Caller could be heard arguing with the subject threatening to hit him if he came any closer.

Unwanted subject
2290 Superior
A named male is setting up his camp in the parking lot and caller wants him to leave the property. Officer had contact with the male.

Welfare check
808 N. Hudson Street
Male wearing black clothing face down on the sidewalk.

Disturbance
Cactus Street
Barefoot female in the street screaming for help/walking toward Juniper from 25th Street. Officers have contact at 24th and Yucca Street with one female/request ambulance for a named female intoxicated and bleeding from her nose.

Disturbance
1313 E. 32nd Street
The drunk female from Yucca Street is making a scene at the hospital/they are wondering if an officer can go make an appearance and see if they can calm her down. Officer had contact advising female fell asleep and was admitted.

Weapons fired
Alabama Street
Caller advised she heard 14 loud bangs come from next door possibly from a firearm/it was not fireworks. Received four more calls ref to shots fired in the area of the 1200 block of Alabama Street. Officers out at an Alabama Street address.

Criminal trespass warning
1956 E. Highway 180
A named male. Officer advised in front of UPS store with the male/re-issued Richard Shockey an indefinite CTW for Albertson’s.

Criminal trespass warning
Los Victor
A named male was just there walking down College Avenue toward Pope and he opened the window to her drive-thru. Officer re-issued Freddy Quesada CTW.

Disturbance
N. Mann Drive
A named male is intoxicated and was acting out/he is being restrained by other family members at this time. Officer on scene/one adult female en route to GRMC/units clear/female was admitted.

Fraud/embezzlement
Florida Street
Caller advised he received a phone call from someone claiming to be from Social Security but suspected it was a scam and hung up.

Criminal trespass warning
Hudson Snappy
A named male is trying to have customers buy him alcohol. Officer had negative contact.

Vehicle burglary
N. Gold Street – 11:30 p.m.
Noticed the 2004 green F250 was broken into/9mm Taurus was stolen from center console/vehicle was locked but no sign of forced entry. Officer advised will respond when clear from current call.

Sunday, Apr. 5

Vehicle burglary
E. 23rd Street – 1:30 a.m.
Caller found white Ford F350 and blue Ford F350 broken into 30 minutes ago/quarters were taken from center console/vehicles were unlocked.

Vehicle burglary
1103 Superior
Caller advised that four company vehicles were broken into/two sets of keys were stolen from two of the vehicles. Caller was in Arizona yesterday – not showing any flu-like symptoms.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
15th Street
Caller advised he has a non-working vehicle parked outside his residence and he witnessed a named female shooting at his window with a BB gun/there is damage to the window. Officer out at the address waiting for caller to show up/made contact with caller.

Unwanted subject
E. Spring Street
Caller advised that a named male is yelling and harassing them/he left toward Broadway. Officer out with Freddy Quesada.

Vehicle burglary
N. Gold Street
Re: a burglary last night. Officer out at a N. Gold Street address.

Criminal trespass warning
2333 Sheriff’s Posse Road
Caller believes a named male with a CTW just drove through the drive-thru in a maroon Cadillac. Officer had contact with caller.

Disturbance
41st Street
Caller advised his 58-year-old wife and 45-year-old stepson are arguing/they are in the backyard/stepson has mental issues/parties have now separated. Made contact with stepson and he stated he did not mean to get loud when he was hitting the punching bag.

Battery
E. Highway 180 and 32nd Street Bypass
Caller advised her and brother were driving when they began to argue and he punched her in the head a few times/he is in a white Silverado continuing on to 32nd Street and she is sitting on a bench near Ace.

Unwanted subject
1956 E. Highway 180
Male is harassing other customers/whenever they try to tell him to stop he starts getting aggressive toward employees. Officer made contact with Walter Whaley/he was arrested and transported to GCDC for booking.

Vehicle burglary
N. Juniper Street
2017 and 2005 Honda Accords/caller only noticed candy missing from center console/doors were not locked.

Breaking and entering
1901 N. Silver Street
Male in black clothing trying to do something at the house toward the Drifter/the trailer had been broken into last week. Officers on scene/one male in investigative detention.

Suspicious vehicle
B Street
Officer set up frequent patrol for one week.

Suspicious vehicle
Jose Barrios School
Officer has contact/owner of RV has permission to park in lot for evening/unit clear.

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