Monday, Jan. 10

Domestic disturbance
1040 E. Highway 180
Caller advised she can hear a domestic in Room 212/this has happened before. Officers out with a named male and a named female/nothing physical.

Unwanted subject
1414 Little Walnut Road – Silver Cliff Apartments
Caller advised someone is trying to break in her window/it is possibly her ex/subject is now knocking on the window. Dispatcher could hear knocking noise in the background. Caller told the subject, "The cops are on the way." Subject said something and caller replied.

Welfare check
Silver City Post Office
Caller advised a male is screaming in the lobby. Officers request ambulance for 38-year-old male possibly having an allergic reaction to some medication he is taking/negative on emergency. EMS2 cancelled by Fire/male left upon request.

Unwanted subject
1307 Pope Street
Homeless male in the parking lot yelling/he is wrapped up in a blanket and lying on the stage/they just want the male to leave the property. Officer out with a named female/she will be leaving.

 Overdose
Virginia Street
No report.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
Officer out with Bobbie Jo Vasquez and re-issued her a CTW.

Aggravated assault
Yucca Street
Caller advised a female in the lobby who appears to have been in a domestic. Caller then stated she is a guest and wants nothing to do with the situation then disconnected the line. Officer advised to send EMS/emergency/out with a named female/send ambulance for 30-year-old female/severe bruising/head lacerations/cleared by EMS2.

Tuesday, Jan. 11

Battery
Caddell Crossing – Santa Clara
Caller advised that her daughter went to her boyfriend's residence to pick up her belongings and his mother "jumped" her. Advised her 19-year-old daughter has scratches and a swollen eye/she is seeing blurry. Advised the mother and her son left in a white Ford Focus.

Unwanted subject
909 W. College Avenue
Homeless male lying in front of the building/there is a knife lying next to him/wants him removed. Caller called back advising the male is back at the back of the property/now wants a CTW issued. Officer issued Sodiin Benali a CTW.

Unwanted subject
610 N. Silver Street – Seasonal Overnight Shelter
A named male has been asked to leave several times/he is being verbally aggressive/he is sitting outside now. Officer issued James Marquez an indefinite CTW for the SOS for the next five days. (I know, I know, but that's what it said.)

Fraud/embezzlement
N. Corbin Street
Caller advised someone stole his unemployment money.

Disturbance
1016 N. Silver Street – Rec Center
Caller advised that a named female is outside banging on the building/creating a disturbance/and frightening her other clients. Officer advised the female left with her mother back home/she stated she was upset because she did not . . .

Larceny
2709 Leslie Road – Gateway Apartments
Caller believes someone stole a package from his front door.

Welfare check
3514 Fowler Avenue
Officer received a call from a named female in Texas stating that her mother is being battered by another resident at the care center. Officer had negative contact with any employees after ringing the doorbell outside. The officer advised the caller that he would return to the care center the next morning. Caller advised the officer she had contact with the nursing staff a . . .

Welfare check
N. Bullard Street
Caller advised she can hear a female screaming and banging on vehicles. Officer out with a named female who is out of California. Officer spoke to manager of Sierra House who advised she would not know if there is any room until tomorrow/en route to Sierra House.

Welfare check
West and N. 12th streets
Caller about 20 minutes ago heard a female screaming near the dog park. Officer ATL in area of Georgia, Alabama, and Hester with negative contact.

Welfare check
502 N. Bullard Street
Caller advised a male in a maroon hoodie is walking on the sidewalk screaming and yelling. Out with the named male on 8th and Bullard/he is okay.

Criminal trespass warning
121 W. 12th Street
Caller advised a female who has a CTW is on the property/she is outside smoking and her belongings are inside. Officer re-issued a CTW to Patricia Plankard.

Wednesday, Jan. 12

Domestic disturbance
1313 E. 32nd Street
Caller advised a named female is grabbing the steering wheel and punching her in the arm/she pulled over in the hospital parking lot in a silver Ford Focus/the female refused to get out of the
car to go to school/caller got out of the car because the female was still hitting her. Caller advised she is destroying her car.

Suspicious vehicle
Cooper Street and Highway 90
Out with a motorcycle/send next wrecker for minibike/wrecker enroute.

Disturbance
Broadway Bridge
A named male is causing issues.

Breaking and entering
Little Walnut Road
Caller advised squatters were in this home and they were kicked out/the door is busted down and there is a lot of debris in the house.

Criminal trespass warning
610 N. Silver Street – SOS
Request a named male be issued a CTW/he is bringing issues to the shelter/he shot a client's dog yesterday and injured it/he is not on scene at this time. Out with Sean Stewart on 6th Street and issued him an indefinite CTW for the SOS.

Criminal trespass warning
1600 16th Street – Mountain View Senior Apartments
Request to issue CTWs to a named male and a named female. Advised them to call if they arrive on scene.

Welfare check
100 17th Street – Casa Linda Apartments
Caller advised she tried calling a named female, but she will not answer. Officer advised everything is okay/negative on wanting to go to the hospital.

Game and Fish
Highway 180 at McDonald's
Advised there is a dead deer in the eastbound lane. Officer advised it's going to be a coyote and it is out of the road.

Unwanted subject
1600 16th Street – Mountain View Senior Apartments
Caller advised he believes the females who were causing the issues the other day may be here.

Disturbance
200 N. Bullard Street
Caller advised a group of men are causing issues outside/the employees already kicked them out. Second caller advised it has turned into a fight. Officer advised three in investigative detention.

Welfare check
3420 E. Highway 180
Female sat by the lobby doors/ she got upset and started walking through the parking lot and fell. Officer identified the female advising she is okay/units clear.

Thursday, Jan.13

Hot pursuit
Highway 15 – Radio Tower Road
North on PA right now – 70 mph/has Arizona plate/north on Highway 15/MM 2 with speed Increasing/weather clear/Officer advised Highway 15 – MM 4/still northbound/passing MM
5/80 mph/MM 6 vehicle hit guardrail/slowed to 40 mph/stopped north of MM 6. Deputy advised himself and an SCPD unit passing MM 3 at this . . .

Unwanted subject
Cielo Azul Street
Caller advised a 16-year-old male was kicked out of his house last week and caller's sister keeps letting the child in her house to stay each time he gets kicked out and now he will not leave/he
is an underage male who needs to be home/he is not a family member. Officer made contact with caller via phone.

Burglary
901 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised someone broke into the building and took money – about $3,000/they got in through the drive-thru window. Officer had contact with caller.

Unwanted subject
1103 Superior
Caller advised a named female is causing issues/advised she is stating she owns the hotel and wants a room and will not leave. Officer advised the female cooperated and left the property/Harmony Muniz was issued an indefinite CTW for the property.

Criminal trespass
1735 E. 32nd Street
Caller advised he received notice trash was around the building and it appeared as if someone may have broken in. Officers made contact with caller at the church and performed a walk-
around of the building and a walk-thru of the building. An adult female was found inside the building, placed in investigative custody and released. Officers set up a frequent patrol from 10
p.m. to 7 a.m. for the next month.

Accident-property damage
E. Highway 180 and Pinos Altos Road
Caller advised she was rear-ended/her abdomen hurts/57-years-old/ red Ford Taurus vs gold Ford Excursion. Negative on an ambulance.

Unwanted subject
1318 E. 32nd Street
Advised a black primered vehicle is not leaving the property/the subject is loitering and refusing to leave/negative on a CTW just want him to leave. Officers advised male will be leaving property.

Overdose
Florence Street
No narrative.

Harassment
Montana Street
Caller advised that her daughter's father is harassing her and her daughter/he is threatening her and she wants to know how to go about filing a restraining order. Officer advised she was referred to El Refugio and to save any text messages he had been . . .

Welfare check
Debby Drive – 5:53 p.m.
Advised she can hear a weird noise coming from the house/the owners left around 3 p.m. Officer had negative contact with anyone who owns the house/the water hose is running, however he cannot get into the yard as all gates are locked. Dispatch called a named female who did not want to speak to dispatcher and hung up the phone.

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