Friday, Sept. 17

Unwanted subject
1810 N. Swan Street
Advised a male is outside asking customers for cigarettes/they asked him to leave but he would not. Officer had contact with male/male left upon request.

Larceny
1040 E. Highway 180
Caller advised someone at the Motel 6 took his cell phone.

Welfare check
2080 Memory Lane – Valley View Apartments
A named male neighbor is yelling and crying for good 30 minutes now. Officer made contact with male/everything is okay.

Suspicious vehicle
La Plata Middle School
Caller advised that last week a person in a vehicle was asking her son questions about his parents as he was leaving school. After running plate it returned to a white older model Ford.

Welfare check
1414 Little Walnut Road – Silver Cliff Apartments
Officer advised attempted to make contact with a named female at her apartment but there was no answer at the door. She was located in Las Cruces and stated she was visited by an officer on Thursday, Sept. 16.

Fight
Silver High School
Two females and parents in principal's office.

Harassment
Silver High School
Officer made contact with a mother and daughter ref a boy at the high school who keeps bothering the daughter.

Welfare check
3200 E. Highway 180 and 32nd Street Bypass
Two males on westbound lane/one is trying to jump into traffic and the other is trying to stop/both are arguing and both are bald/caller disconnected line. Officer advised out with male/they got in a truck and left toward Bayard.

Welfare check
32nd Street/Flame
Caller advised his wife just left crying/possibly under the influence of alcohol/she has his kids/she is driving a grey Toyota Avalon/caller is at the Flame parking lot walking.

Shoplifting
100 N. Rosedale Road
In progress/just walked outside/a named male on foot/went toward Sonic/stole 2-3 packs of cigarettes.

COVID-19
County Convention Center
No report.

Missing persons
W. Market Street
51-year-old named female last seen at Walmart last night at 6 p.m./has mental health issues and is very vulnerable.

Shoplifting
2707 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a female took items from the store/unknown what/left westbound about five minutes ago. Caller was unable to provide the officer with video footage or an ID for the female/officer needs video footage and a receipt.

Suicide threat
Alabama Street
No report.

Harassment
SCPD
Walk-in advised someone is trespassing on his property/he is being harassed by a named male who is trying 'trap' him into getting upset by pushing his button/they make inappropriate comments and he is tired of it.

Welfare check
31st Street
Caller advised she has not been able to get a hold of her sister and her sister's husband in three days. Officer made contact with sister and she will call.

Larceny
Grant Street
Caller advised she had an argument with a named male and he just called advising he messed with her vehicle and possibly cut her brakes/he took the key to her house. Officer had contact with the male in front of Wells Fargo.

Criminal damage to property
N. Silver Street
Advised that some kid kicked in her screen door and then got picked up by a white Ford truck/she has video.

Loud music
W. 13th Street
Officers made contact with the homeowner (unknown which?)

Suicide threat
21st Street
No report.

Saturday, Sept. 18

Suspicious vehicle
2633 E. Highway 180
Contact with one male/two vehicles. Officer advised everything is okay/vendor for the store talking to the manager.

Criminal trespass warning
809 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised a male with a CTW is on the property. Officer spoke with caller/male left prior to arrival/negative contact with male.

Burglary
809 N. Bullard Street
Cargo trailer broken into.

Criminal damage to property
Royall Drive
Caller advised someone damaged his garage last night.

Criminal trespass warning
1506 N. Silver Heights Blvd.
Male outside has a CTW and is harassing customers. Officer re-issued Britton Scott a CTW due to physical issues/he is bleeding from both sides of his face due to him "picking bugs out"/he was asked to leave.

Shoplifting
1220 N. Hudson Street
Customer wearing a fedora hat and a mask took $70 worth of balloons/he advised he was going to Q's to his party/driving a topless vehicle. Officer made contact with male who advised he paid for the balloons. DIspatcher made contact with SC Food Basket who advised the male is at the store paying for the. . .

Larceny
407 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised items were stolen from her vehicle at the laundry mat.

Criminal trespass warning
206 N. Hudson Street
Advised that a named female went in harassing an employee and they want her issued a CTW, however she has left the store. Officer issued ATL for Rebecca Werner to issue her an indefinite CTW for Hudson Snappy Mart.

Loud music
Trail Ridge Road
Officer advised they did turn the music down/three subjects dancing in the driveway.

Sunday, Sept. 19

Accident-property damage
Stout Elementary School
Vehicle is a white Ford Explorer/wrecked at Stout/no driver/possible DWI/called registered owner/negative contact/phone is turned off.

Suicide threat
N. Silver Street
No report.

Unwanted subject
1040 E. Highway 180
Female who has all her luggage out is causing a disturbance/officer out with a named female/manager wants the female issued a CTW.

Game and Fish
Pearce Road
A deer was hit by a car/car is gone/deer is here still alive. Officer advised one shot fired/fawn was moved off the road.

Stolen motor vehicle
W. 13th Street
Caller advised his 2006 white Ford Escape was stolen/last seen on Friday evening. Officer advised both units will be clear. (Caller is the same as the registered owner in accident-property damage entry ref Stout Elementary School four entries above.)

Disturbance
2711 Leslie Road – Lintero Apartments
Caller advised she is fighting with her son and someone else and wants both removed. All three are arguing and not listening/there are at least four people in the apartment yelling/it is physical now. Officer advised a named male and a named female are going to be leaving the apartment.

Reckless driver
Highway 180 near Baca's
Officer went traffic with vehicle near Silver High School/will be clear.

Battery
610 N. Silver Street
Caller advised a named female showed up bloody/ a lot of blood on her shorts and her face is bruised/unknown exactly where she is bleeding from/request medical.

Unwanted subject
1103 Superior
Caller advised a female just took some food items from the front lobby/walking toward Wendy's/she is not a guest/want her issued a CTW if contacted. Officer had contact with female on 32nd Street Bypass and Highway 180/issued Emily Somarian an indefinite CTW to Holiday Inn Express.

Suspicious vehicle
19th and Newsham streets
Contact with a named male/advised waiting on a tow vehicle/broke down.

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