Bayard Police Department

Friday, Feb. 19

Welfare check
S. Franey Street
Caller advised her 88-year-old father lives alone and has dementia and his phone is off/she lives 20 miles away and can't check on him. Hurley PD officer advised male has restarted his phone and is talking to his daughter now.

Runnels Drive
Caller advised she is getting harassing and threatening Facebook messages and requests to speak to the chief of police. Officer advised a family is trying to 'cop shop'/advised to refer back to BPD only.

Hurley Police Department

Friday, Feb. 19

Welfare check
Cortez Avenue
Received a phone call at the station about a male screaming. Officer made contact advising everything is okay.

Saturday, Feb. 20

Welfare check
Cortez Avenue
Advised that his daughters are at this address and they are getting tased by a stun gun. Deputy advised caller possibly under the influence of narcotics/caller went back inside and refuses to answer the door/units clear.

Welfare check
Carrasco Avenue
Caller advised someone is dead inside this house. Deputies out at a Cortez Avenue address/spoke with homeowner and everything is okay/on Carrasco ATL.

Sunday, Feb. 21

Romero Avenue
Caller advised two people on bikes kicked his son/both were juvis and caller refused medical for his son. Deputy trying to make contact with the juvis.

Romero Avenue
Caller advised that his 9-year-old child was kicked in the stomach by another kid/caller refused medical/other child lives a few houses down. Deputy responded advising negative contact with anyone.

Santa Clara Police Department

Sunday, Feb. 21

Domestic disturbance
500 S. Prescott Street
Caller advised he can hear his neighbors fighting and it sounds physical. Deputy advised all units clear/nothing physical/it was all verbal/female will be leaving for the night.

DV order violation
N. Prescott Street
Caller advised a named individual keeps harassing and threatening her over the phone. After speaking with caller it appears based on what she was stating initially that there has not been DVO violation. The officer advised caller if she has copies of messages and/or phone calls to please forward them to the officer for further review. The officer has also reviewed the DVO between caller and the respondent.

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