Friday, Feb. 19

Domestic disturbance
S. Texas Street
Advised she can hear a named male and a named female yelling/advised she thinks they're trying to "Kill her family." Caller could also hear the child advising the male "touched her." Deputies on foot ATL.

Suspicious vehicle
2045 Highway 180 – 2:21 a.m.
Officer advised units clear/she was trying to find an open gas station.

Reckless driver
Arenas Valley
Officer and District Attorney officer out with vehicle at Walmart.

Welfare check
Yucca Street
Caller from Texas advised she needed to locate two named individuals ref a female with the same last name is in the hospital. Officer advised a female moved into this residence a few weeks ago and does not know the individuals.

Accident-property damage
Silver High School
Caller advised that yesterday around 7:50 a.m., a pickup truck struck her son as he was walking through the parking lot/he does have bruising/she reported it to the school but they are not getting back to her.

Accident-property damage
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised her vehicle was hit while she was at work.

Fraud/embezzlement
2290 Superior
Caller advised that a named female tried to cash a bad check that was stolen from one of their members.

Domestic disturbance
Ranzo Way
Caller advised she was picking up her sister for a doctor's appointment and sister's boyfriend chased caller's sister outside with a gun/he did not shoot the gun/she dropped her sister off at HMS. Officers out at HMS.

COVID-19
3025 E. Highway 180
No report.

Harassment
2501 E. Highway 180
Advised she was leaving Walmart and a male pulled a gun out on her at the light/he is driving a red Audi/he was driving recklessly in the parking lot. Officer going to ATL in the area.

Suicide threat
Mann Drive
No report.

Criminal trespass warning
1810 N. Swan Street
Caller wants a named male issued a CTW/he is in the gas bay on a bike. Officer went traffic with male at Domino's/issued Gustavo Acosta a CTW.

Welfare check
1040 E. Highway 180 – 11:38 p.m.
Two little girls possibly 4 and 5-years-old in pink pajamas running around the parking lot/renting a room for the night/went to made contact with mother and she didn't answer the door. Officer out at Room 134/can hear the TV on and has an open door.

Saturday, Feb. 20

Welfare check
Hester Street
Caller was trying to overdose on cocaine and mirtazapine/snorted the cocaine/age 21/has been drinking/was not trying to harm herself/stated she took 10 pills and 60 of cocaine. Caller called back advising she threw up all the pills/she feels way better but is still confused. Officer out with a named female and a named male.

Domestic disturbance
2711 Leslie Road – Lintero Apartments
Caller advised her male partner is being loud and calling her names/he threw her TV on the floor/he threatened to lie about the kids so CYFD would take them/oldest daughter is with caller's mother/youngest daughter is with caller where it all happened/she is okay.

Suspicious vehicle
2707 E. Highway 180
Out with a named male who was in the dumpster looking for dog food.

Criminal damage to property
610 N. Silver Street – Seasonal Overnight Shelter
Caller advised that a named female damaged her laptop last night at 1 a.m./female threatened to put her head through the window and then stomped on the laptop/female has already left the shelter.

Disturbance
111 S. Texas Street
Caller advised that a named female and a named male are in a verbal dispute in front of the building/they have been asked to leave and they will not. Officer has contact with caller.

Disturbance
E. 11th Street
20-year-old alert and breathing/bipolar episode/aggressive behavior/quit talking/a named female/living room. Caller requests officer. Officer advised female refused medical/does not want to hurt anyone or herself.

Welfare check
E. 7th and N. Bennett streets
Male standing out front looks to be intoxicated. Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
N. Silver Street
Advised she knows he has been feeling depressed/has had suicidal ideations in the past/has not talked to him in a few hours. Officer made contact/everything is okay.

Welfare check
Louisiana and W. 13th streets
Male chasing a female/they are on foot/female has a child/male wearing a black hoodie and running toward St. Francis. Officer out with a named male and negative on disturbance at his residence.

Sunday, Feb. 21

Suspicious vehicle
300 16th Street – Wellness Center
Officer advised everything is okay/she is an employee of GRMC.

Unwanted subject
N. Juniper Street
Female on private property who is refusing to leave. Officer out with female who advised she was just out walking her dog/out at caller's residence/units clear.

Criminal damage to property
Little Walnut Road
Caller advised his neighbor's mailbox has been damaged and is partially in the roadway. Officer advised will be clear/owner advised he will fix it.

Welfare check
N. Corbin Street
In the small trailer behind her residence a small child is saying his father gave him a bloody nose.

Criminal damage to property
S. Texas Street
Broken windows/wants officer to call when en route.

Welfare check
Mountain View Road
Caller advised about 10 minutes ago she heard a female screaming for help. Officers ATL female on Mountain View and 15th with negative contact/both units clear.

Welfare check
N. Bennett and E. 10th streets
Caller advised he can hear a female yelling for help. Officers walked the area with negative contact/unit clear. Caller called back advising he can still hear a female yelling for help. Officers out on foot ATL at 11th and Bennett.

Disturbance
Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised his 30-year-old son is out of control/he destroyed the TV and the room/he is intoxicated/both are arguing verbally. Officer advised parties are going to stay separated for the night.

Welfare check
2080 Memory Lane – Valley View Apartments
Caller advised the male in the apartment is normally intoxicated but tonight he is groaning like something is wrong. Officer advised unit clear/male is okay.

Welfare check
Raven Drive
Caller advised she left her 8-year-old daughter with the father of the daughter and when she went to pick her up this weekend they were no longer there/male is refusing to tell where they are or what they are doing and is refusing to let the daughter tell caller either. Officer made contact with a resident who advised the male and child left for a drive/residents were advised to have the male call the mother of the child upon return.

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