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Bayard Police Department

Friday, Oct. 16

Welfare check
Central Avenue
Male on the ground crying/a red car is next to him. Officer advised one male in unit/dropped male off in Silver at Del Taco.

Saturday, Oct. 17

Domestic disturbance
Poplar Street
Advised his son and his girlfriend are fighting/female is intoxicated and causing problems/she is hitting herself. Male is very uncooperative with dispatch/advised male to stay away from the female/he advised if . . .

Hurley Police Department

Saturday, Oct., 17

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
D Street
Caller advised that her ex on a previous date broke her windshield/she did not report it at the time, but when she woke up last night her back glass was broken/vehicle is a 2007 teal Chevy Cobalt.

Sunday, Oct. 18

Unwanted subject
Cortez Avenue
A named female is sitting in front of her trailer/caller disconnected the line. Officer advised negative contact/female keeps hanging up the phone.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, Oct. 16

Reckless driver
E. Church and S. East streets
Advised a red Honda ATV is driving around the area. Officer spoke to parents/they will be putting up the ATV at this time.

Saturday, Oct. 17

Domestic disturbance
N. Mineral Street
Advised a male is trying to leave the residence/they are in a brown newer model Ford pickup with a red trailer/the female keeps getting into the vehicle trying to prevent the male from leaving. Bayard PD officer made contact advising that the hitch came off and she was yelling . . .

Welfare check
N. Prescott Street
Advised a woman is screaming for about 30-45 minutes/saw a male walking around with a stick/they just heard her scream please help. Officer had negative contact with anyone yelling/did make contact with two females but they refused to ID.

Sunday, Oct. 18

Suspicious vehicle
N. Prescott and W. Oak streets
Caller advised that a male jumped in front of her husband’s vehicle/he is walking north wearing a hoodie and cut off pants. Officer had negative contact.

Unwanted subject
Manhattan Park
Caller advised she no longer wants a male at her residence and does not want him to come back/did not give any names. Officer advised male was gone on arrival.

Unwanted subject
S. Hutchinson Street
Caller advised he needs a named female removed from his house/she is going crazy/female left on foot. Hurley PD officer and Santa Clara PD officer advised negative contact with female/en route to caller’s residence. Officer advised to call caller because his gate is locked. Caller advised could not see anyone at his gate.

Game and Fish
Highway 180 – MM 122 (1 mile toward Bayard from Highway 152 junction)
Deer in roadway on westbound lane.

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