Monday, Jan. 20

Welfare check

Kimberly Drive

Caller wants officer to come and take his 72-year-old mother or help her. Caller advised he is also 72-years-old. Caller appears to be confused.

Disturbance

Newsham Street

A named female left prior to arrival.

Welfare check

E. Spring Street

A named female and a named male are not responding to calls or answering the door. Officer  ran subjects.

Welfare check

100 17th Street – Casa Linda Apartments

Caller from Ambercare advised a named male is not answering the phone/caller is there now but doesn’t have a key to the house. Officer advised clear/male came to the door/everything is okay.

Criminal damage to property

218 N. Bullard Street

Caller advised someone just scratched the glass to her business.

Welfare check

305 N. Bullard Street

Male in front of this location appears to be asking for money/he needs to be directed to the shelter. Officers advised will be clear/male will be moving along shortly/was advised to leave people alone.

Fraud/embezzlement

E. Highway 180

Male in drive-thru trying to cash a check written for himself from a female who is deceased. Officer advised Jonathan Haynes in custody en route to GCDC.

Welfare check

2260 E. Highway 180

Male lying on the ground at the Corre Caminos bench. Officer had contact advising subject is okay/he advised he does not need any medical attention and does not want help from anyone.

Game and Fish

Ben Altamirano Sports Complex

Dead deer in road. Officers had negative contact.

Welfare check

100 N. Rosedale Road

Male in store is incoherent stating he needs 911 and advising he has chest pains//he is stumbling. Officer advised 56-year-old male possible anxiety attack/having pain in his head.

Unwanted subject

217 N. Bullard Street

Caller advised a male is sleeping in front of her business/negative on a CTW just wants him to move. Officer out with the male/clear/male left.

Unwanted subject

100 N. Rosedale Road

A named male threw himself on the floor and knocked over a display/he is refusing to leave/negative on a CTW just want him removed. Officers advised one in unit en route to SOS.

Harassment

1810 N. Swan Street

A named male is continuously calling 911 and not reporting anything and tying up the 911 lines. Officer advised open door at a storage unit across the street from Super Snappy.

Welfare check

Chitalpa Street

Caller advised he is a foster parent and the named female is mentioning self harm. CaAller advised he called CYFD and they advised him to call. Officer advised one juvie female in unit en route to GRMC.

Welfare check

N. Bennett and E. 12th streets

Male standing in the middle of the street/bleeding from the mouth/possibly needs an ambulance. Caller advised he has male in his vehicle and is pulling into Grace Bible Fellowship.  Officer out with a named male/en route to a N. Swan Street address/possible domestic at this address/out at another N. Swan Street address. 

Welfare check

1220 N. Hudson Street

Male curled up on the ground. Officer advised out with a named male/male is okay/he didn’t want a ride/he is walking to the SOS.

Welfare check

1103 Superior – 10:13 p.m.

Advised a named female in the lobby is stating she was kidnapped/advised she is okay but would like to speak with LE. Upon arrival the female did not want to talk/just stated there was an investigation against SCPD and she was waiting for someone to bring her her ID and money to pay for a room. Officer advised caller that the female was homeless and does not have money for a room.

Welfare check

1103 Superior – 11:06 p.m.

Caller advised the female is sitting hunched over on the curb across from the Holiday Inn. Officer was advised that call can be disregarded due to the same female being in the area earlier.

Saturday, Jan. 21

Unwanted subject

Huff Street

Advised that a named male is inside the residence and he is not supposed to be there/he is intoxicated and causing issues/he is on foot. Upon arrival contact was made with caller who stated she allowed the male into the house and she was advised the officer cannot act on the CTW because she allowed him inside. Caller was advised the officer can talk to the male and get him out of the house.

Welfare check

Ranch Club Road and Highway 180

Caller stated a male with a small white blanket looks lost. Officer had contact with the male next to the Shell station/male stated he is okay.

Welfare check

305 N. Bullard Street

Male with a sleeping bag on the sidewalk. Officer advised male will be moving.

Criminal trespass warning

3420 E. Highway 180

Caller advised a female is showering in there/unknown how she got into the room/she is still in the shower and refusing to get out. Officer issued Gemma Escobar an indefinite CTW/she left the property. 

Shoplifting

2501 E. Highway 180 

Elizabeth Diaz in the loss prevention office/two warrants out of Judge Laney’s court for FTA – one hold without bond, the other bond to be set. Officers en route to SCPD.

Disturbance

910 Silver Heights Blvd.

Caller advised there is a fight in the lobby over a child/they are now walking down Durango Street. Officers advised have contact with subjects/en route to SCPD with Chantelle Schuller in custody/out at a Canal Street address.

Shoplifting

2501 E. Highway 180

Adult female caught and in office. Officer advised female released on a non-traffic citation.

Welfare check

2800 Pinos Altos Road

A female is in a white car screaming and there are people round the car. Officers advised both units clear/negative contact.

Criminal trespass

100 W. 8th Street

Caller advised a female who was issued a CTW is back on the property. Officer advised negative contact/female left property.

Shoplifting

2501 E. Highway 180

Caller advised she is outside the pharmacy door with a female who took a tote bag full of merchandise/she is refusing to go to the office. Officer advised out with a named female who was last issued a CTW for Walmart in 2015.

Shoplifting

1810 N. Swan Street

Female in store has food and is eating it without paying for it/female is bald. Officer has Gemma Escobar in custody/en route to SCPD.

Welfare check

E. Cain Drive

Caller advised his 12-year-old son was left alone at the apartment with his cousin and two younger children/son was with his mother and son told caller his mother went to the Flame. Officer advised both units clear/everything is okay/miscommunication.

Loud music

E. Spring Street

Advised the neighbors have loud music and a bon fire outside. Officers advised both units clear/they were advised to turn it down.

Sunday, Jan. 22

Unwanted subject

1810 N. Swan Street

Advising they are closing up the store and a male is in the restroom who is not wanting to leave. Officer advised out with a named male who left upon request/he was already set to leave.

Welfare check

Kimberly Drive

Caller advised her husband who has Alzheimer’s left the house about five minutes ago.  Officers have contact/giving male a ride to his residence.

Loud party

Alabama Street

Caller advised there is a party next door and vehicles are in her driveway. Officer advised the residence was hosting a very large college party and vehicles were blocking driveways/clear/everyone left.

Welfare check

711 Silver Heights Blvd.

Caller advised she can hear someone screaming for help in area of Drifter Motel. Officer advised negative contact inside Drifter/GCSO deputy out with a female at a trailer park on Silver Street/subject is going to go inside.

Domestic disturbance

1775 E. Pine Street

Male outside hitting his mom/they just left on Pinos Altos toward McDonald’s. Officers made contact with both parties/advised verbal argument/her son was flinging his arms around in . . .

Welfare check

1221 N. Hudson Street

60-year-old male advised he possibly had a stroke/stated he is just saying he needs help. Officer on west side/Main Street.

Criminal trespass warning

1810 N. Swan Street

Caller advised a male who has a CTW is in their restroom. Officer had contact with the male at Don Juan’s/show CTW re-issued to Ben Hernandez/units clear.

Unwanted subject

N. Bullard and W. 6th streets

Caller advised a homeless male is sitting across from the radio station eating and talking to himself/he is scaring caller/he tried to talk to her. Officer out with the male/will call caller.

Domestic disturbance

Beck Lane – Arenas Valley

Officer has contact with female party only/send GCSO as domestic took place in county.

Domestic disturbance

Combs Circle

Caller advised his wife is very drunk/she is trying to leave with their2-year-old son in the car/vehicle is a white Impala/caller has not been drinking.

Welfare check

N. Texas and W. Kelly streets

Female is out of it/looks like she needs help/she is in the parking lot. Officer had negative contact with anyone/clear.

Harassment

Lamina Loop

Caller is getting death threats and letters on his porch. Officer made contact with caller.







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