Monday, June 27, 2022

Unwanted subject
116 S. Bullard Street – Sierra House
Caller advised a named female is banging on doors and threatening to break windows to caller’s car/she is screaming and will not leave the property/she does have a CTW. Officer requested ambulance for a female with altered mental status/Christina Proudlock was issued an indefinite CTW for Sierra House/she was transported by EMS.

Unwanted subject
1313 E. 32nd Street
A named male and a named female are at the front lobby and refusing to leave. Officer advised they left upon contact.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
1318 E. 32nd Street
Female trying to break into the HMS transport bus/she has a crowbar. Officer with license number.

Criminal damage to property
Canal Street
Caller advised that a male damaged his satellite dish this morning. Officer had contact with caller.

SCPD -- Walk-in
No narrative.

1309 Pope Street
Caller advised her building was broken into and several things are missing.

Stolen motor vehicle
N. Texas Street
Caller was informed by a third party that a truck was stuck in the backyard and a female ran from it. Officer was going to call the registered owner and find out about the vehicle.

Unwanted subject
1313 E. 32nd Street
Administration wants the named male at the front entrance removed/he is not causing problems but he is not mentally well. Officer issued Edward Ludwig a CTW unless seeking medical . . .

N. Silver and E. 15th streets
Caller has an ongoing issue with her cousins harassing her kids at an address behind The Drifter. Kids and relatives were flipping each other off/caller could not name the relatives.

Unattended death
Mesa Trail – Santa Clara
67-year-old male possibly passed/caller was doing CPR for two minutes/he does not have a pulse/cannot get him on the floor/he is 291 lbs. Deputy advised OMI on scene.

Welfare check
Pinos Altos Road
Family has called looking for a named male. Officer made contact/he is on the phone with the family.

Welfare check
Boston Hill
Caller advised her son was last seen two days ago near Boston Hill when they dropped him off/that is where he was camping. Officer made contact with caller.

2501 E. Highway 180
A named male is trying to steal a grill at the self-checkout/he is walking out and getting into a yellow Pathfinder/he didn’t take anything today but wants him issued a CTW. Officer advised negative contact with vehicle/out at Walmart.

Unwanted subject
101 W. Broadway
Caller advised an upset customer is in the building and throwing papers at the clerks/he doesn’t want to pay his bill. Officer advised Michael Lacy was issued a CTW.

Suspicious vehicle
N. F Street
Caller advised the owner of this home recently passed away and a white Chevy Impala is in the driveway and no one should be there. Officer on scene/relative just showed up to secure the house.

Criminal sexual penetration
1205 West Street – Trauma and Recovery Center
Caller advised a 14-year-old female who is reported as a runaway showed up at her therapist’s/female advised she has been on the run/she is not saying where the incident took place.

Welfare check
418 Silver Heights Blvd.
Male walking in the bike lane keeps going into traffic.

Welfare check
Highway 180 – Walgreen’s
Short male appears angry and was punching signs/walking west from Walmart toward Walgreen’s following a female. Officer out at Walgreen’s with male/he is leaving the property.

2501 E. Highway 180
Male who said he is 18-years-old without an ID is in caller’s office. Officer advised Keanu Rojas was issued an indefinite CTW to Walmart and released on a CTA.

La Plata Middle School
Caller advised her kids and their friends were playing in the back field of the school and a male came up and stole her son’s bicycle/bike is black and orange/male rode the bike off into the ditch.

Welfare check
E. Highway 180 and Sheriff’s Posse Road
Female is walking toward downtown and her hands are full and she is carrying a newborn baby. Caller offered her a ride and she denied. Officer had contact with female at Airgas and she said she is okay.

La Plata Middle School
Officer made contact with caller who stated she is a coach and her mother was cussing at her in front of the kids. Caller advised she spoke to the president of the Little League Baseball and he had caller’s mother and father leave and to not return or they would . . .

Family Dollar
Caller advised shoplifters are in the store and they will not leave/they told caller to call the cops/they were opening tinfoil. Can hear female cussing at caller.

Caller advised a male tried to take some items but left them when confronted. Officers had contact with male at Ace Hardware/enroute to Walmart with male.

Tuesday, June 28

Welfare check
2711 Leslie Road – Lintero Apartments
Caller advised a person is inside the dumpster. Officer checked both dumpsters with negative contact.

Criminal trespass warning
855 Silver Heights Blvd.
Homeless male took a cup of coffee without paying/he has been harassing the employees/wants a CTW issued. Officer issued 48-year-old Richard Matthews a CTW/he left upon . . .

Unwanted subject
121 W. 12th Street
Male causing problems with people in the building. Officer had contact with the male/he left the building.

Game and Fish
Guadalupe Montessori
Dead deer on the trails behind the school. Dead deer guy advised he did pick up the remains of a deer/clear.

1956 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a female in her late 20s took a bag of jerky and left with a male toward Walgreen’s. Caller wants both issued CTWs. Officer advised clear/negative contact.

Welfare check
100 N. Rosedale Road
A named male is walking in traffic. Officer advised clear/negative contact.

Vehicle burglary
Silver City
Caller advised his black fanny pack with a gun in it is missing. Caller called back advising he found his bag. Officer advised will be clear/male found his gun.

Game and Fish
Grandview Road
Caller advised she has a dead deer on her property. Attempted to call Dead and Down/no answer.

Criminal trespass
E. Pine Street and Katheryne Circle
Caller advised a side by side got into the field and they are not supposed to be there. Officer advised will be clear/subjects are the property owners/they will be doing work back there for a couple of days.

Domestic disturbance
Oak Street
Caller advised her son and his girlfriend are in her home fighting/believes it has been physical/female is trying to get away from the male. Dispatch can hear female in the background advising to get away from me.

Welfare check
3514 Fowler Avenue
Caller advised a named nurse hurt her mother and threatened her. Officer had contact with caller who stated she has her mother’s power of attorney and has been having issues with the care center.

Criminal trespass warning
610 Silver Heights Blvd.
A female who was shoplifting but was caught before leaving the store threatened caller/wants a CTW issued. Officer out at the Seasonal Overnight Shelter with Carmelita Begay who has three outstanding warrants/Begay was issued the CTW and released.

Criminal trespass warning
2260 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named male was on the property but is no longer there. Officer had negative contact.

2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named male is in the garden center possibly shoplifting/he has stolen over $2,000 worth of goods this week/he left now on foot toward Del Taco/he did take some unknown items.

Unwanted subject
1313 E. 32nd Street
A named male called on 911 from GRMC and was not making sense/contacted GRMC-ER who advised the male was discharged and is not leaving the waiting room. Officer advised male left the property.

2501 E. Highway 180
Male stole some items/left running. Officers were advised.

Wednesday, June 29

Suspicious vehicle
Cooper Cemetery
Officer made contact with both subjects who stated they were just hanging out and stated they would leave the property and drive home.

Welfare check
17th and Canal streets
Caller advised a male is screaming and throwing things. Officer made contact with caller who advised male ran south on Gold Street/will ATL. Second caller advised male is back/is yelling and cussing and hitting cars. Officer advised to send another unit/male is freaking out.

Welfare check
1955 Hilltop Road
Caller advised a young male is lying on the roadway in front of the gate and will not leave. Caller advised he has equipment that needs to be driven out of the gate and he can’t be lying there. Officer requested ambulance for a 55-year-old male who fell and has laceration to head.

Criminal trespass warning
111 S. Texas Street – Gospel Mission
A named male is on scene causing problems and refusing to leave/he is cussing and kicking the doors and causing a scene/they want a CTW issued for at least two months. Officer issued David Billings the CTW for two months.

1220 N. Hudson Street
Female in all black that is walking across the bridge took four packs of beef/they did recover the items but want her issued a CTW and want to file charges on the female. Officer out at Food Basket.

Welfare check
1600 16th Street -- Mountain View Senior Apartments
Caller advised a female tenant’s son showed up at the mother’s apartment and was banging on the door. Other tenants could hear him yelling and screaming at his mother after she let him in. Officer had contact with son who had an invalid or revoked driver’s license.

Unwanted subject
1040 E. Highway 180
A named female is on scene and refusing to leave/she is the back parking lot in a blue Honda 4dr. Officers advise have contact on 13th Street/out on 13th and Swan streets.

DV order violation
Vic Culberson Drive
Caller advised a named male is emailing her and that violates their protection order.

Welfare check
Cardinal Lane
Caller advised her 60-year-old female friend fell and can’t get up/caller received a message 15 minutes ago from the friend. Officer requested ambulance for a 70-year-old female whose legs are hurting.

Welfare check
E. 14th Street
Male passed out in front of her mailbox/just wants him removed. Officer advised out with a named female/female took off walking.

1220 N. Bullard Street
Caller advised that a named male slammed her door and threw something at her window trying to break it/he stays at the SPIN house. Officer out at the SPIN shelter.

Man with a gun
Highway 180 @ Shell
Caller advised a male is going around flashing a gun/passing Shell going toward McDonald’s/silver Toyota Corolla/caller is in a black GMC Acadia behind him. Officer has contact with vehicle on Hudson @Los Victor.

E. Highway 180 and 32nd Street Bypass
White Dodge Ram wrecked/vehicle is totaled/there are injuries. GCSO deputy advised 20-year-old female with pain to the side of her head and leg injury. Hurley PD officer advised accident blocking traffic /all subjects are out of vehicles walking around/a lot of debris in the roadway.

Accident-property damage
800 N. Cooper and W. 8th streets
Caller was involved in an accident/hit a parked car/has a bloody nose/is in black Ford SUV/hung up the line. Dispatch cannot get caller back on the line. Officers advised black 2008 Ford Edge vs grey 2019 Ford/send next wrecker for 2019 Ford with heavy front end damage/right front wheel off axle/busy doing SFST’s.

Unwanted subject
121 W. 12th Street – 10:06 p.m.
Caller advised she closes at 10 p.m. and a male is inside refusing to leave/asked him three times. Officer issued an indefinite CTW to Fabian Amaro/he is gathering his stuff and will be leaving.

Domestic disturbance
2080 Memory Lane – Valley View Apartments
Caller stated her ex is trying to take things from the home/he has a weapon in his pocket/he took keys to her vehicle as well/she has texts from male threatening her. Caller and male are arguing back and forth.

Criminal trespass warning
1810 N. Swan Street
Officers advised subjects went through the back/out on 19th Street/behind Super Snappy/subjects were trying to get away.

Loud party
S. Texas Street
Caller advised kids are having a party and are screaming on the back porch. Officer advised units out on S. Texas Street/made contact with homeowner/advised subjects are leaving/everything is okay.

Domestic disturbance
S. Highway 90 and Truck Bypass
Caller advised her boyfriend is attacking her/male is leaving in vehicle/female hung up. Trying to call female back. Female does not know what they were in/she does not know the vehicle color/she does not know her partner’s name/stated she is okay.

Thursday, June 30, 2022

Welfare check
610 N. Silver Street – Seasonal Overnight Shelter
Caller can hear people and cursing. Officer advised clear/subject left the property prior to arrival.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
N. Silver Street – 12:24 p.m.
Caller advised of a scratch on his vehicle and believes he knows who did it. Officer made contact with caller who stated he believes an ex-girlfriend did it. Officer set up frequent patrol for next two weeks/will be clear.

N. Silver Street – 1:07 p.m.
Officer spoke with caller who stated his ex-girlfriend passed by and was driving and yelled at him, “Orale, why did you call the cops?” Officer advised ATL for Josie Perez or Josie Placencio and issue indefinite CTW for the address.

Criminal trespass warning
1621 N. Silver Heights Blvd.
A named male attempted to steal merchandise/caller got it back but still wants a CTW issued/male left already. Officer had negative contact by phone.

Domestic disturbance
Huff Street
Husband is drunk and is verbally threatening her. Officer advised everything is okay/they agreed to separate for the night.

610 N. Silver Street – SOS
Client found her debit and EBT cards on another client/they asked the client to leave.

Welfare check
1875 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a male is lying in front of Twisted Illusions/not moving. Caller called back advising to send an ambulance for a 55-year-old male who does not know where he is and doesn’t know who he is/Incoherent/heavily intoxicated. Officer advised male was transported/units clear.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named female is in the store. Officer re-issued Deborah Marin a CTW for Walmart/both units clear/female left the property.

2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a female stole items/they have the female in women’s apparel middle aisle. Officer ATL grey Toyota Corolla with rear window damage.

Welfare check
Christian Flury Drive – 9:46 p.m.
Caller advised she dropped her 13-year-old granddaughter off at a Valley View address around 4 p.m. and now cannot get a hold of her. Officer advised will have someone en route shortly.

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