Bayard Police Department

Monday, Nov. 22

Welfare check
Central Avenue
Two subjects are sitting in a white Toyota Camry and the female seems to be upset/it seems like the male has blood running down his face. Officer advising if GCSO can take care of it/advising he is unavailable to respond.

Thursday, Nov. 25

Unwanted subject
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Caller advised a named female is in the store with her brother/advised the officers took a call where she stole money/caller wants her issued a CTW. Officer advised Christina Grijalva was issued an indefinite CTW for all W&N Enterprises.

Welfare check
Bayard Post Office
Caller advised a female is asleep in the lobby right by the entrance door.

Disturbance
Guinevan Street
Caller advised can hear a named male and a female arguing about the other party to give him his kids. Advised they went to pick up the children and the female is refusing to give the children to the father. Requests ambulance for a 43-year-old female complaining of back pain. Deputy advised to check both for a DVO between the two.

Welfare check
400 Tom Foy Blvd.
Female in a blue Ford 4dr has been there for an hour maybe. Deputy advised units clear/female was just tired driving home and will be leaving area.

Hurley Police Department

Wednesday, Nov. 24

Missing persons
Lea Drive – 5:28 p.m.
Caller advised her 24-year-old son walked away from their home and he cannot see at night and has other medical issues. Caller advised to disregard/her son is walking up to the home now.

Santa Clara Police Department

Tuesday, Nov. 23

Domestic disturbance
N. James Street
Caller advised her boyfriend is getting crazy with her/it has been physical/he has been hitting his head on the wall/fight started over a TV remote. Officer requesting another unit/male has outstanding warrant out of Judge Laney’s court for failure to comply, bond to be set.

Thursday, Nov. 25

Welfare check
S. Prescott Street
Caller can hear male and female fighting inside the trailer/can hear the kids yelling and crying as well/male left in a white Chevy Tahoe and hit another vehicle in his yard/male came back and fought with the female then left again.

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