Bayard Police Department

Friday, May 22

Criminal trespass warning
Runnels Drive – 11 a.m.
Caller advised that a named female keeps coming on the premises/would like her issued a CTW/she is not there now.

Domestic disturbance
Coffey Street
Caller stated her son is refusing to leave the residence/she wants him to leave. Officer advised negative on any crime committed/son to be given a ride to the city limits.

Unwanted subject
Runnels Drive – 5:42 p.m.
There are some unknown subjects inside the residence. Officer advised all subjects left for the evening.

Loud party
Main Street
Officer advised clear/everything is okay/male will turn down the music.

Saturday, May 23

Criminal damage to property
Rogers Street
Caller advised they were woken up by a loud bang/they found their screen door egged/it was just one egg/negative on any damage/probably a senior prank.

Sunday, May 24

Domestic disturbance
Maple Street
Daughter and boyfriend arguing/boyfriend busted window on vehicle/male took off on foot. Officer thinking he will be in the arroyo area/has visual.

Hurley Police Department

Friday, May 22

Unattended death
Cortez Avenue
Caller stated a subject is unresponsive/no other info provided/subject disconnected line. 68-year-old female not responding/caller is walking over to the patient/female is all blue/not breathing/been on the floor since sometime last night.

Saturday, May 23

Accident-property damage
113 Cortez Avenue
Advised that she backed up into a fence/no one was hurt. Officer on scene.

Sunday, May 24

Criminal trespass warning
Main Street – North Hurley – 1:40 p.m.
Caller advised that a named male has been staying with caller and caller has eviction notice to give him and wants an officer to be there when he gives it to the male. Officer called caller several times with no answer.

Domestic disturbance
Main Street – North Hurley – 8:10 p.m.
Caller advised that her niece and a named individual are fighting/it is all verbal right now. Deputy advised verbal only/they have been drinking/they both agreed to keep it down.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, May 22

Welfare check
S. James Street
Male yelling and yelling on 911/cannot understand what he is saying/calling someone a bitch/continues to yell. Officer advised caller is not answering the door.

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