Bayard Police Department

Monday, Aug. 1

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
301 N. Railroad Street
Advising someone has drilled holes in all of the gas tanks.

Harassment
Chino Street
Caller advised her 7-year-old grandson was bullied on the bus/advising her grandson then pushed the other child down/advising the other child then told grandson he had a gun and would shoot grandson's dad.

Tuesday, Aug. 2

Welfare check
Winifred Street
Caller advised a male is yelling and cussing at the ATM machine. Deputy advised out with male on Lusk Street/clear/he is okay and on his way to his brother's house.

Welfare check
BPD
Caller advised he picked up a 14-year-old girl who was running and yelling, saying a male was chasing her/he took the girl home/will meet officer at the post office. Officer advised clear/was possibly a named male following this female/intoxicated screaming and yelling.

Wednesday, Aug. 3

Criminal trespass warning
500 East Street – Bayard Low Income Apartments
Caller advised a named male is at this apartment and he is not supposed to be there. Deputy advised he would respond if subject starts to cause problems, otherwise pend for BPD.

Thursday, Aug. 4

Welfare check
North Street
A male walked by and went up to the cross and is now screaming and yelling. Officer had contact with female on Foy and North streets/clear/she is out on a late night walk.

Disturbance
Rosemary Street
Advised a named male broke a window to her house then went up Rosemary in a red Suzuki/disconnected the line.

Welfare check
Vencill Street
Caller advised there was a man and a woman being held hostage and raped/it is being done by several redacted names who are with China Town.

Hurley Police Department

Monday, Aug. 1

Welfare check
B Street
Caller advised an 81-year-old female's son lives with her and he is an alcoholic and when he is intoxicated he gets abusive with the female. Officer made contact with female and her son/everything is okay/he had one beer this morning and mom is happy and cleaning table.

Tuesday, Aug. 2

Harassment
Diaz and Anza streets
Caller advised her son is being bullied by a classmate. Officer made contact with two parties/this will be referred to APO.

Santa Clara Police Department

Monday, Aug. 1

Unwanted subject
11988 Highway 180
Caller advised a female is in the store who is not supposed to be there/she arrived in a white SUV.

Tuesday, Aug. 2

Welfare check
Oak Street
Everything is okay.

Wednesday, Aug. 3

Disturbance
Highway 180 and Manhattan Park Road
Caller advised she was partying when a girl wanted to fight her/advised a lot of underaged drinking is going on/caller is walking on Highway 180. Deputy advised clear/negative on a party in the area.

Thursday, Aug. 4

Reckless driver
W. Lincoln and N. James streets
Caller advised a young boy about 12-years-old is running stop signs on his motorcycle/he does this every day. Officer made contact with the bike on Encino Street and advised him to park the bike for the night.

Disturbance
11988 Highway 180
Caller advised one of her employees and a customer got into an argument/he is a known shoplifter/he just left the store in a small red car. Officer made contact with male and they are going to separate.

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