Friday, May 13

Suicide threat
3200 32nd Bypass -- Tu Casa
No report.

Unwanted subject
1313 E. 32nd Street
Caller from GRMC advised a male patient was discharged and is refusing to leave/he is cussing at staff/advised cancel call/male just left.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
Male put several bottles of wine in his pants/he is leaving on foot from grocery side/now walking past the grocery pickup. Officer advised one male Highway 180 @ Sonic.

Welfare check
1307 N. Swan Street – Support People in Need (SPIN)
Advised a female has been sitting on the sidewalk for 3-4 hours/she is sunburned. Officer made contact with the female/she is okay.

Disturbance
2 Ridge Road
Caller advised a female is inside the store crying and causing issues. Can hear female yelling and crying in the background/caller is trying to give her something to drink and trying to calm her down. Officers have one in unit.

Disturbance
Little Walnut Road
Caller can hear a male and a female arguing and she can hear banging. Officer made contact with the male who advised he was arguing with his girlfriend/nothing physical/she left.

Welfare check
1414 Little Walnut Road – Silver Cliff Apartments
Caller advised she has not been able to get hold of her son for five days now/he has a medical condition and is an alcoholic. Officer made contact with son advising his phone was off.

Welfare check
Lamina Loop
Caller advised there might be a fire under her house/the floor is bulging and is hot to the touch. E11 command advised no smoke or fire showing at this time/will be investigating/advised everything is okay/it was a water leak/water has been shut off and they will go and find . . .

Welfare check
2 Ridge Road
Two males 8 to 9-years-old trying to hitchhike. Officer went traffic with a vehicle on Highway 90 southbound/possibly saw someone get into a vehicle.

Welfare check
Yucca Street
Caller advised she is in Arizona and has not heard from her 20-year-old son all day today/he is with his father/there may be drugs in the house. Officer made contact with son and father/both stated they were okay/son advised he did not have any minutes on his . . .

Welfare check
W. Yankie and N. Bullard streets
Male called advising "Your guys keep rolling up on me and leaving." When asked if he needed an officer to stop and speak with him he stated "OK, have a good night," and hung up. Officer advised clear/negative contact.

Saturday, May 14

Domestic disturbance
W. 7th and A streets
Can hear female yelling at caller. Caller advised her aunt's boyfriend is being very violent and is intoxicated/they dropped off a female on 6th Street and the male went walking toward Alabama Street. Officers have contact with vehicle/out with male on 10th and West streets.

Criminal sexual penetration
N. F Street
Caller advised a named female at this house is causing problems outside of his house/she is yelling and crying for her cat and her cat is not at his house. Caller advised they did sleep together and he did use . . .

Harassment
207 S. Bullard Street
Caller advised a named male and other subjects are harassing her. Officer was advised.

Welfare check
2501 E. Highway 180
Male on the dirt entrance between Walmart and Walgreen's wrecked on a motorcycle/he is injured. Caller called back advising he is okay and will be leaving. Officer made contact with male/clear.

Disturbance
San Vicente Street
Caller advised her sister is getting their dad's stuff/she is breaking stuff and broke into the shed. Officer advised they all agreed to stay away from each other and not to go through the shed. Caller advised the sister is back breaking lamps and causing more issues. Officer advised the 44-yer-old sister shows warrant for failure to pay out of Judge Grijalva's court for $400 for criminal damage to property.

Disturbance
2711 Leslie Road – Lintero Apartments
Caller advised a named female is outside yelling she is going to beat caller up/female has been causing issues all day and caller does not know why. Officer advised female left prior to arrival.

Unwanted subject
1956 E. Highway 180
Advised a male is outside yelling at customers and he took two cans of tea/wants male issued a CTW. Officer issued Greg Smith a CTW for Albertson's.

Domestic disturbance
1500 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised her 17-year-old daughter is causing issues/she is angry because caller will not let her go with her boyfriend/she is being physical with her father and accusing them of being abusive parents. Can hear female in background yelling.

Welfare check
N. Corbin Street
Caller advised an 81-year-old male is not answering his phone and he has health issues. Caller called back advising he made contact with the male and he is okay.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
A female is in the store with a lot of items in her hands/they have had issues with her walking out with items. Officers en route to station with female.

Harassment
N. Swan Street
Advised his neighbor is harassing him/caller believes he has a weapon. Officer advised made contact with caller/attempting to make contact with neighbor.

Harassment
614 N. Bullard Street
Caller advised a male is making the waitresses feel uncomfortable/male is not there at this time/they have a picture of the male. Officer made contact with caller/caller wanted male issued a CTW/he was advised to call central . . .

Disturbance
2020 Memory Lane
Caller advised subjects are in the bowling alley parking lot arguing. Officer advised both parties were gone on arrival.

Harassment
610 N. Silver Street – Seasonal Overnight Shelter
A male is at SOS who has been asked not to return is there/they do not want him on the property. Officer had negative contact with male.

Sunday, May 15

Graffiti
614 N. Bullard Street
Public restroom behind Adobe Springs. Officer will get in contact with Parks.

Criminal trespass
N. Gold Street
Caller advised squatters are in the trailer stealing things/there are two at this time.

Unwanted subject
610 N. Silver Street – SOS
A named female is being aggressive and trying to hit another client. Officer advised en route to station/issued Rosalie Acosta an indefinite CTW for SOS/enroute to GCDC.

Loud music
21st Street
Officer advised a named male advised he will turn down the music.

Domestic disturbance
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a male is pulling and yelling at a female by the garden center. Second caller advised a male was beating up on a female near the pharmacy. Officers made contact with the pair near Del Taco.

Disturbance
1040 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a male guest is creating a disturbance in the lobby/he is yelling/he was upset because he did not . . .

Disturbance
2545 N. Silver Street – Hillside Apartments
Caller advised his daughter messaged him saying her neighbors are arguing/it's an ongoing problem/did not know their names. Officer advised clear/neighbors discussing something.

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