Bayard Police Department

Monday, Mar. 27

Domestic disturbance
Ruby Street
Open 911 with domestic/female saying male hit her/male is not letting her leave/they are arguing over a shirt/he will not give her the phone/female saying this is the last time you will touch me/female is saying she is bruised from yesterday and the day before/male is saying female cut his lip/female advised she hit him with her hand.

Tuesday, Mar. 28

Domestic disturbance
Main Street
Caller advised her 15-year-old son is being aggressive/he is slamming doors and throwing things/he is in his bedroom/he keeps threatening to slap her.

Bard Street
Caller advised while he was staying with a friend, his friend's family took his belongings out of the house and took his money. Officer had negative contact/left voicemail.

Wednesday, Mar. 29

Welfare check
340 Mayo Street
Elderly female cannot remember her name or husband's name/went in there afraid saying she believes her husband is going to kill her/she does not appear to be injured but she is breathing heavily/caller is with the female at the back of the church. Officer advised female is suffering from dementia per husband.

Thursday, Mar. 30

Welfare check
Empire Street
Walk-in advising she does not feel safe and wants an officer to take her home/advising she filed a report of sexual and mental abuse in California/advised her house is unsanitary and is not safe for anyone to live in. En route to an Empire Street address with female/at Empire Street address with female/at Tranquil Skies.

Criminal damage to property
Budge Street
Caller advised someone threw a rock through her window. Officer out at address on N. Yucca.

Hurley Police Department

Wednesday, Mar. 29

Domestic disturbance
Main Street
Verbal between a named male and a named female/he is trying to get keys and she won't let him. Deputies spoke with both parties/all verbal/caller wished to retrieve his keys/he does not reside at this location however chose to leave to his mother's.

Thursday, Mar. 30

Unwanted subject
4th and A streets
Caller from Town of Hurley advised subjects are squatting at this location in an RV and a pickup with a camper/property belongs to the town/he needs them to leave/they have been there for two days now. LE on scene.

Welfare check
Elguea Street
Caller advised her 40-year-old sister is going through a bad breakup and is making suicidal comments/she keeps saying she "feels" suicidal/not making any specific comments. Deputy advised everything is okay/will be transporting female to GRMC for evaluation.

Santa Clara Police Department

Highway 152 – MM 10
Red and black Jeep Wrangler went off the roadway. Second caller advised 25-year-old male with an injured arm and headache. EMS1 advised to check Native status. Deputy advised it is at MM 9.1.

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