Bayard Police Department

Monday, Aug 17

Domestic disturbance
N. Cleveland Street
Caller advised that her neighbor is fighting with her partner/both parties are under the influence.

1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Two males arguing near the stairs. Officers advised all units clear/negative on anything physical/everything is okay.

Suspicious vehicle
Walnut Street
Caller advising someone just drove an ATV at a high rate of speed/he thinks it might be stolen. Officer advised negative contact/VIN has been rubbed out/wrecker on scene.

Tuesday, Aug. 18

Suicide threat
Guinevan Street
No report.

Caller from GRMC advised female patient in the ER/happened yesterday. Spoke to patient/refused to give statement.

Wednesday, Aug. 19

Vanadium Street
Caller advised that someone stole the keys to her vehicle.

Thursday, Aug. 20

Poplar Street
Caller advised her landlord was parked outside her residence/caller advised she just won her eviction case and the landlord is not allowed to be there/landlord is already gone at this time. Officer was advised of the call.

Hurley Police Department

Wednesday, Aug. 19

Domestic disturbance
Main Street
Caller advised a named female and a named male are fighting/it is physical/both are inside. 25-year-old female with knot on her face. Deputy spoke to a neighbor who advised the male took off running toward the tracks/will be out in the area ATL/negative contact with male. Caller out in Santa Rita/has contact with male.

Unwanted subject
D Street
Caller advised that a named male is on his property and he does not want him there/advising the male tried to attack him and scare him.

Santa Clara Police Department

Monday, Aug. 17

Domestic disturbance
N. Cleveland Street
Caller advised that her female neighbor is fighting with her partner/believes the neighbor called caller asking for help/both parties are under the influence. Officer advised driver’s license of a named male is invalid or suspended/clear.

Welfare check
S. Bellm Street
Caller advised that a named male was supposed to bring the 8-month-old son back today and has not done so.

Tuesday, Aug. 18

500 S. Prescott Street
Caller advised that a named female who is her neighbor threatened to take her 6-year-old daughter and rape her/female is in her 20s. Caller advising the female did leave on foot after caller threatened her to get away from her daughter.

Suspicious vehicle
N. James Street
Male driving a white Ford Explorer going up and down the street/keeps getting out and knocking on doors/he was also pacing on the grass by the stop sign while on the phone. Officer made contact with vehicle on Todd Street/everything is okay/male working for the census.

Thursday, Aug. 20

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
S. Mineral Street
Caller advised a named female is bashing out all her windows/she is in a gray convertible. Second caller advised that the same female is outside her home breaking the windows to her pickup/she threw something at her Mustang. Caller advising they were woken up from their sleep/advising female is outside trying to damage more vehicles/advised she was with a named male.

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