Bayard Police Department

Friday, Nov. 18

101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Caller advised a homeless person keeps harassing customers/he is refusing to leave/wants him removed and issued a CTW. The male was issued the CTW for Bayard Family Dollar.

Unwanted subject
801 Tom Foy Blvd.
Male in restroom refusing to leave/tattoos on face/has a cat with him. Caller needs to lock up building.

Saturday, Nov. 19

Welfare check
Guinevan Street
Caller works for Crisis Hotline/advising a named female called in advising GRMC had "kicked her out"/she had overdosed/she had taken 10 more pills than she should have/she had more pills at home and she intended to take them/advised she was intoxicated as well. Officer made contact with female/advised she was sleeping/she had gone to the hospital for help but had not received any/she was going to try to help herself.

Sunday, Nov. 20

Welfare check
Joan Street
Caller from Trinity ER in El Paso advised a named female left the facility around 2 p.m./she has a history of suicidal ideations/was being seen for abdominal pain/wants to make sure she made it home safe. Officer made contact with female's mother who advised unknown where she is.

Hurley Police Department

Friday, Nov. 18

Welfare check
Monte Vista Street – North Hurley
Caller has been trying to reach her sister for more than a month now/sister has an issue with forgetting things. Deputy has contact with sister/she is okay/will call caller.

Elguea Street
Neighbor is acting like he is filming caller right now/caller has been having issues with the neighbor. Deputy out at another Elguea Street address.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, Nov. 18

Criminal trespass
11988 Highway 180
A named female who has a CTW is inside the store/she is headed toward the front. Officer advised female is negative for a CTW for this location/female was issued a CTW for Dollar General.

Saturday, Nov. 19

Ft Bayard Street
Officer advised at station for walk-in.

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