Monday, Oct. 24

Suicide threat
16th Street
Report, no narrative.

Welfare check
Village Drive
Caller advised his friend advised him she was going to OD/he last heard from her 17 minutes ago. GCSO deputies advised have contact with female juvi/she showed up back at the house/requested EMS for 14-year-old female/lethargic/slurred speech/advised she . . .

Graffiti
1414 Little Walnut Road – Silver Cliff Apartments
Advised there is writing on the door to her apartment. Officer advised one female in unit en route to SCPD.

Unwanted subject
1220 N. Hudson Street
Male sleeping on the south side of the building/has been there all night/management wants him to leave. Officer advised male left upon request.

Welfare check
N. Bennett Street
Advised customer's electricity was disconnected. Advised that a named female stated she was depressed and it's cold and she didn't want to die and she didn't want to go to the hospital. She was speaking the same information over and over for an hour. Officer advised she is refusing to be seen by medical/everything is okay.

Fraud/embezzlement
2080 Memory Lane -- Valley View Apartments
Caller advised his cousin took his food stamp card two weeks ago and changed the pin number.

Welfare check
Harrison Schmitt School – 4:31 p.m.
Caller advised four children are at school that have not been picked up/school was advised by the mother they are homeless/school advised they cannot get ahold of her. Officer advised four children in unit. Another officer requests GCSO to go with CYFD to residence in Santa Clara.

Unwanted subject
2633 E. Highway 180
Male outside of store acting violent/just want him to leave/negative on a CTW. Officer advised male left prior to arrival.

Welfare check
2501 E. Highway 180
Advised a male is harassing a female/an officer is out with the female. Officer advised they are okay/having vehicle problems and waiting . . .

Fight
N. Swan Street and Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised of a fight at the Swan Snappy Mart/they are leaving now. Officers on scene.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named male is inside the store and he has an indefinite CTW re-issued May 1, 2022. Officer advised Kamill Johnson taken into custody and released on a CTA and the CTW re-issued.

Tuesday, Oct. 25

Unwanted subject
2148 E. Highway 180
A named male whom caller has had issues with in the past is standing outside. Officer advised male left upon request.

Criminal sexual contact
Harrison Schmitt School
Officer will be calling SCI back ref yesterday's situation.

Welfare check
Gough Park
Male lying on sidewalk/caller was passing by. Officer out with male/advising he is okay.

Harassment
Old Mill Road – under the bridge
Caller advised a homeless male and his dog chased caller and his dog and now the dogs are fighting/this is always going on. Officer advised drove all of Old Mill Road/negative contact with anything.

Criminal trespass warning
Canal Street
Caller advised a named male just assaulted caller's daughter on Western Drive/caller wants the male issued a CTW. GCSO deputy advised to put out ATL for Gage Hood to issue CTW for a Canal Street address.

Criminal trespass warning
W. 19th Street
Caller wants a named individual issued a CTW. Officer advised attempted to call multiple times.

Shoplifting
1220 N. Hudson Street
Male took a bottle of alcohol/he is crossing to the park. Officer out with Irwin Flores/recovered the stolen bottle/re-issued CTW for all W&N Enterprises/out at Food Basket.

Criminal trespass
610 Silver Heights Blvd.
A named male who has a CTW was in the store. Officer advised oncoming shift will handle this.

Larceny
Pinos Altos Road
Stole a TV from the shed/unknown when it happened. Officer advised caller stated possibly it was her nephew who she has allowed to live with her/she did not want charges and . . .

Suspicious vehicle
1810 N. Swan Street
Advised a white Honda CRX has been there all day. Officer clear/made contact with both subjects/battery died/they got the vehicle started.

Battery
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller stated when they were at Walmart a female started hitting her and her friend/they don't know who the female was. Officer had contact with caller.

Domestic disturbance
610 N. Silver Street – Seasonal Overnight Shelter
A named female and a named male are outside arguing/they are in a vehicle. Officer advised everything is okay/they are going to be leaving.

Welfare check
N. Corbin Street and E. College Avenue
Can hear a male and female arguing/walking toward the UPS Store. Officer had negative contact.

Wednesday, Oct. 26

Welfare check
N. Swan Street
Advised he can hear the female screaming. Officer advised both units clear/negative contact.

Stolen motor vehicle
N. Corbin Street
White Hyundai Tiberon/they were getting it fixed/they woke up this morning and it is missing.

Welfare check
1221 N. Hudson Street
Male sleeping and won't wake up/between Annex and bank/needs him gone before they can open. Caller advised male woke up and is moving his items/didn't need anyone to respond.

Welfare check
Little Walnut Road
Caller advised her ex-girlfriend called stating she was trying to hurt herself by cutting herself. The ex-girlfriend drives a blue 2009 Mazda with . . .

Welfare check
34th Street
A named female is a victim of domestic violence and they just had court with the judge and both she and a named male did not show up/the male is not supposed to be around the female. Officer advised negative contact with anyone at the residence.

Accident-property damage
2300 N. Swan Street
Ford Escape vs Ford F150/negative on injuries, fluids leaking, or airbag deployment.

Disturbance
1205 West Street
Caller advised a named male client is causing problems and refusing to leave. He is pleading in the background to not call/male has left/request patrol to make sure he is gone.

Criminal trespass warning
301 N. Bullard Street
Caller advised a named male went into the shop with a note stating he will keep paying them in reference to an incident that occurred in 2020/they are requesting the male be issued a CTW. Officer had contact with caller.

Game and Fish
2500 E. Highway 180 @ Walmart
Deer was hit and is in the middle of the intersection. GCSO deputy advised did move deer out of the highway.

Domestic disturbance
Grant Street
Caller advised she heard her male neighbor telling a female "Shut up before I take this hammer to your head."/believes she could hear the male choking her/female has been screaming for about 20 minutes. Second caller advised female screaming for help and she advised that is . . .

Criminal trespass warning
1506 N. Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised a named male took some socks/wants him issued a CTW/he left about five minutes ago headed east toward Super Snappy. Advised negative contact with male/put out ATL for Benjamin Hernandez/if located stop and issue him a CTW.

Harassment
Silver City Post Office
A named female wants to pick up her mail and she is giving the clerk a hard time about getting her mail delivered to her residence. Officer advised units clear.

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