Friday, Apr. 30

Unwanted subject
1016 N. Silver Street – Rec Center
Caller advised two males are fighting/one is carrying a blade/other is driving a blue truck with flatbed trailer/the male running went down the dirt bank. Officer advised in the area ATL for male that ran.

Criminal trespass
117 W. Market Street
Caller advised that a named male is inside the shop/wants him issued a CTW. Officer advised Frank Gomez left upon request and was issued an indefinite CTW.

Grant Street
Caller advised that landlord is sitting outside the gate and is harassing her. 911 call from caller advised she saw someone in a gold car get in her mailbox and go through it. Officer on scene advising everything is okay.

W. Market Street
Gold Lexus west on Market/advised five shots/saw the subject/older model Lexus that the subject left in/4dr vehicle. Advised the male looked dazed across the street/no injuries/unknown on occupants. Officers on scene.

2441 E. Highway 180
Officer advised unknown what the male took/he is a regular and always see him on mobile patrol/if he comes back at a later time they will call to issue him a CTW.

Welfare check
1040 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a male is lying in the dirt by the rock wall on Highway 180 below the motel/he does pick up his head and watch the cars pass. Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
1313 E. 32nd Street
Caller from GRMC advised a female just walked out of ICU wearing a hospital gown/she is mid 70s. Officer advised everything is okay/the female was found.

Suspicious vehicle
E. Daniel and Bard streets
Deputy advised he is the vehicle outside the residence.

Welfare check
E. 12th Street
Officer had negative contacvt with subject.

Accident-property damage
E. 13th Street
Caller advised that a vehicle is backed up against her rock wall/she really cannot see inside the vehicle. Officers on scene/Katherine Irene Convery in custody.

Saturday, May 1

Domestic disturbance
2711 Leslie Road – Lintero Apartments
Caller advised a male and a female are arguing outside. Officer walked through the apartments/had contact with some kids who advised they haven't heard anything/units clear.

Domestic disturbance
San Vicente Street
Caller advised that a named male took her to his house and hit her a few times/advised she does not need medical attention/advised he held her and would not leave/advised she was able to leave but left her wallet and other belongings/does not know address. Officer advised if county can go to a S. Tabor address to have contact with a named male.

E. 12th and N. Corbin streets
Caller advised she can see two people arguing in this area/caller disconnected the line. Officer on scene/had negative contact with anyone outside the trailers.

Welfare check
Mountain View Road
Caller advised a named male called him and stated a truck fell on him/caller could not understand him at all/does not have an address. 35-year-old male/complications of back pain. Officer advised he was laying under the vehicle ref he could not get back up.

Domestic disturbance
12th Street
Across the street is a domestic/advised male had his hands on a female/they keep setting the truck alarm off. Officer made contact and advised it was all verbal.

Suspicious vehicle
E. Street
Two vehicles in the middle of the road/blocking the road/SUV and Mini-Cooper/one vehicle is backing up. Officer advised to send wrecker for Ford Explorer.

Sunday, May 2

Unwanted subject
1120 E. Highway 180
There is a male at the front desk that is refusing to leave. Can hear him talking in the background. Caller advised he has a local ID and they do not rent to locals. Can hear the male advise to call the cops, he is not leaving. Officers out with a named male/en route to the Drifter with one male/both units clear.

Unwanted subject
1810 N. Swan Street
Male bothering customers in front of the store/only has one shoe on/they did ask him to leave and he ignored them. Officer out with a named male.

Suspicious vehicle
Stout Elementary School
Officer advised of a black vehicle parked in the middle of the parking lot/vehicle is unoccupied/frequent patrol the school/everything is okay.

Unwanted subject
1810 N. Swan Street
The named male is back in the parking lot yelling and scaring customers. Officer out with a named male/he was off the property/did advise him he is not allowed back.

Welfare check
121 W. 12th Street
Advised that a female was bleeding from the head and asking for help/left walking behind laundrymat. Officer had contact with female at 11th and Pope streets/36-year-old female tripped over the curb and hit her head/alert/breathing/conscious. Officer made contact with the female/EMS arrived on scene and treated her/no further . . .

W. 12th and Grant streets
Caller can hear a lot of yelling in a trailer near two yellow trucks. Officers out at address.

N. California Street
Caller received a few threatening texts and her mailbox has graffiti. Officer confirmed CTWs issued in 2020 for Donna Kenny.

1414 Little Walnut Road – Silver Cliff Apartments
Caller advised she heard a door slam and there are clothes thrown outside the door. Officer advised clear/female left before LE arrival.

Welfare check
409 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised a male wearing dark clothing is in and out of the roadway. Officer had negative contact.

Unwanted subject
1414 Little Walnut Road – Silver Cliff Apartments
Caller advised her boyfriend is refusing to leave. Officer advised both units clear/male left.

S. Texas Street
Caller advised a named male threatened him and just came by in a white Chevy Camaro /the male said he was going to kill caller/he left southbound. Officers had negative contact with Camaro/en route to caller's address.

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