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Friday, Sept. 11

1313 E. 32nd Street
Caller from GRMC advised a male showed up with a stab wound/all the named male will say is that someone stabbed him/he is stabbed in the abdomen. Officers made contact advising the stabbing occurred at Hudson Street carwash/out at carwash.

E. 8th Street – 12:22 a.m.
Advised that the son is back and tearing the house apart/has not gotten physical/caller is locked in his room. Caller can hear both the son and girlfriend/advised they don’t have any more weapons/thinks he may have broken a window.

Unwanted subject
E 8th Street – 1:49 a.m.
Caller advised his son is back at his house/caller wants him out of the house for tonight. Officer advised units clear/both parties refused to leave/they have separated for the night.

1120 E. Highway 180
Caller advised his license plate was stolen.

Domestic disturbance
Swan Street and Royall Drive
Report of female choking. Officers stated Felix Jasso in custody/en route to station.

Welfare check
Little Walnut Road
Caller advised that a 2-year-old walked unsupervised out of a possible residential daycare chasing a puppy. Officer had contact with a named male and a named female who advised they were both watching over children/the female stated she was the mother of the 2-year-old/the male stated the child was nowhere near the road. The officer advised did observe the front yard of the residence had a . . .

Criminal damage to property
4210 Kiva Place
Caller advised she walked into her apartment and her room has been torn apart. Officer advised have one female in investigative detention/female was released from ID.

E. 12th Street
A named male is throwing golf balls all over the place/he almost hit her son.

Dog bite
22nd Street
Caller advised she was attempting to catch a yellowish color pit bull near the Super Snappy Mart when the dog bit her. Caller advised the dog was last seen in the area of Yucca and Swan streets. 53-year-old female did want EMS/dog bit her on the upper calf.

Welfare check
855 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised a male at pump 3 in a green van has been slumped over for about 30 minutes. Officer out with a named male/everything is okay/clear from call.

Unwanted subject
Fran Drive
A named male has a CTW at this house/he rang the doorbell/he left. Officer confirmed the male has a CTW for the address/officers on scene.

Saturday, Sept. 12

Suspicious vehicle
Mississippi Bridge
Parked on bridge/male was told to leave.

Welfare check
Howell Street
Caller advised he is out of town and cannot get a hold of his mother/ son, and nephew. Officer made contact with the family and they will give caller a call.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
1120 E. Highway 180
Caller advised the windshield to her 2014 silver Chevy Sonic was busted. Officer advised units clear/manager will call when video is ready.

1120 E. Highway 180
Manager advised that the safe from one of the rooms was stolen by a named female and a named male/they are no longer on scene and caller wants them issued CTWs.

Mountain View Road and Agave Street
Caller advised a female passed them and almost hit them, then when she passed, she flipped them off.

Unwanted subject
2501 E. Highway 180
A highly intoxicated female in a gold Pontiac Grand Am in the online parking is cussing employees out. Officer issued Leticia Gonzales an indefinite CTW.

N. Texas Street
Caller is still being harassed by a named female and a named male.

Weapons fired
Penny Park
Two shots heard/caller from 20th and Cactus advised fireworks in area/manager at Silver City RV Park advised someone shooting off fireworks/another caller from 15th and Gold streets advising fireworks in the area. Another caller from Mann Drive advised . . . Officers advised it is fireworks/they are sitting out in the location.

Welfare check
201 W. College Avenue
Caller advised that a bald male wearing all white jumped out in front of her vehicle/believes he is intoxicated or on narcotics. Officer out with a named male/he will be moving on.

Sunday, Sept. 13

Suspicious vehicle
2501 E. Highway 180 – 1 a.m.
Officer made contact with vehicle/male stated he was watching YouTube when he fell asleep/he had left his headlights on and could not start the vehicle as the battery had died/he stated he would be fine and would call someone for a jump later in the day.

Suspicious vehicle
Mississippi and Hill streets
Officer made contact with male who stated he parks under the bridge to protect himself from tornadoes/he was advised to move along and he left.

Aggravated assault
1810 N. Swan Street
Caller advised she is in the Snappy and a named male is outside starting stuff with her boyfriend/male left/he possibly has a weapon. Officers advised male did brandish the gun at them/ATL given county-wide. Officers out at Cactus/22nd with caller’s . . .

Accident-property damage
610 Silver Heights Blvd.
Officers requested ambulance for a male bleeding from the face/send wrecker/male being transported to El Paso for his injuries/all units clear.

Welfare check
409 N. Hudson – Orbit Carwash
Officer was approached by a male at the Visitor Center advising to check on a male in the ditch. Officer made contact with the male who was okay/will be clear.

Accident-property damage
206 W. Highway 180
Male and a motorcycle in the median on the ground. Officers made contact with a named male/advised to send wrecker for the bike/wrecker en route/male is refusing medical attention.

Criminal trespass warning
123 W. 12th Street
Female going through the trash/now leaving down 12th Street toward the college. Officer had contact with a named female who denied it was her/she was advised to stay off their properties.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
1220 N. Hudson Street
Advised her gray Toyota Camry was damaged in the Food Basket parking lot. Officer out at Food Basket for follow-up/caller is not sure where the damage occurred.

Missing persons
Virginia Street Park
A named male wearing dark jeans and white shirt. Officers in the ditch ATL/Western Bank on foot/contact with caller/other units ATL at Skate Park/walking south in San Vicente Creek/ATL near Penny Park. Caller called back advising that her sister called her and said . . .

2501 E. Highway 180
Officer issued Steven Ritter, Eric Brooks, and Vanessa Jasso indefinite CTWs/Ritter released with citation to appear.

Durango and 17th streets
Two subjects/one named subject has a gun but could not specify type. Officers requested wrecker/searched the area with negative contact with anyone or any fight.

Welfare check
3-year-old blond female with a sign near the Arts Building. Officer had negative contact.

Domestic disturbance
Canal Street
Two named males got into a physical altercation. Caller advised her grandson wouldn’t be quiet while watching TV and he kept mouthing off so the father got into a physical altercation.

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