Friday, May 26

S. Highway 90
Caller's son just got stabbed/it was possibly his girlfriend who stabbed him/unknown if medical attention is needed/caller was called by his daughter-in-law/caller is in Las Cruces. E11 advised will be en route/will stage with R1. EMS1 advised to check with Native Air/native Air available and at base.

Welfare check
2709 Leslie Road – Gateway Apartments
Female lying on the ground/did not wake up/breathing. Officer had negative contact with female after walking the complex.

Welfare check
2080 Memory Lane – Valley View Apartments
Advised she received call from another tenant/sounds like a female is getting hurt/ID'd female who lives in that apartment/male did live there but was kicked out/caller is the manager. Officer advised units on scene.

Criminal trespass warning
Visitor Center – 2:18 p.m.
Caller advised a named male is on the property and he has a CTW. Officer advised male is not on the property/he is on the sidewalk.

Request officer
1313 E. 32nd Street – 2:28 p.m.
Caller from GRMC ER advised a named male is requesting to speak with an officer about the incident.

Criminal trespass warning
Visitor Center – 3:24 p.m.
A named male is in front on the bench. Officer advised walked the property/negative contact with the male.

Cielo Azul Street
Caller advised her grandson and son are physically fighting inside the residence/son is trying to hold grandson down/both have been drinking earlier. Officer checked driver's licenses.

Welfare check
1000 W. 7th Street – Reef Apartments – 9:10 p.m.
Caller advised his 32-year-old son is missing/last seen yesterday by a friend who was dropping him off at the 12th Street Snappy/son has a history of schizophrenia.

Welfare check
1330 E. 32nd Street
Male asked caller to call for assistance/was just released from GRMC/unknown what he needs. Officer advised male left prior to arrival/per EMS staff male is now at the EMS building having some sort of mental health issue. Officer out with the named male/male in unit en route to SOS.

Domestic disturbance
1956 E. Highway 180
Male and female arguing on grocery side outside/male looked like he was going to strike the female. Caller called back advising subjects left.

Domestic disturbance
E. 32nd Street
Caller advised she and her husband were in an argument/all verbal/he is ringing the doorbell/she locked him out of the house/she is afraid to be home. Officer advised all verbal/everything is okay.

Reckless driver
855 Silver Heights Blvd.
Vehicle was driving in circles then pulled into the Marathon gas station/possibly a silver Toyota Camry. Officer went traffic with vehicle at Canal and 17th streets/not the vehicle/still in area ATL.

Saturday, May 27

Suspicious vehicle
Hudson Bridge – Mill Road
Underneath. Officer made contact with a named individual/was advised no camping in the city/left area.

211 N. Bullard
Caller advised her son assaulted a named male who is her boyfriend/boyfriend is at her residence/son last seen on Broadway. Officer advised will ATL for male downtown/negative contact/clear.

704 W. Market Street
Caller advised a motorized wheelchair was taken from inside the yard/they went left on Market toward downtown/made a right onto Cooper. Officer advised on West and College/will ATL on Cooper/out at Gila Resale to speak with caller.

DV order violation
217 N. Bullard Street
A named male violated DVO by threatening texts to caller's son and caller's family. Officer advised caller showed copy of paperwork stating "Injunction" and not protective restraining order. Officer told caller that officer would call . . .

Welfare check
Mountain View Road
Caller advised her sister is not mentally stable and is refusing to answer calls or give info on her 2-month-old male baby/she has had multiple child abuse cases in the past/last spoke to sister two days ago. Officer advised everything is okay/baby is okay/asleep on the couch.

E. 14th Street
Caller advised her grandkids' mother and her boyfriend are harassing caller/they were there 20 minutes ago. Officer advised caller wants both subjects issued a CTW/officer issued Christeen Perez and Adrian Melendrez CTWs for this address.

2501 E. Highway 180
Took place on the 22nd/wants a named female issued a CTW/requesting LE to meet caller in office.

San Vicente Trail
Caller advised he was harassed by a male on the trail, then the male and other men blocked the trail with brush. Officer advised a named male had blocked some of the trail with brush and tree branches stating not to go further into his property/advised the male the trail was public property and he did not own it/Code will be briefed due to multiple complaints about the named male on the trail.

Highway 15 – MM 10
No helmet/63-year-old male/face swollen/thumb and knee injuries/he is alert/bike was moved off roadway/he slid on gravel on the side of the roadway. EMS1 advised to check status of Native 32/Native 32 is out of service/Native 30 and 31 are on flights.

Criminal trespass warning
200 W. Broadway
Caller advised a male is lighting a pipe in the entry way of hotel/he has a CTW/he just left walking. Officer has contact with Matthew Fox on Yankie/reissued CTW.

2080 Memory Lane – VVA
Caller can hear screaming. Officers advised female advised she and her ex-boyfriend got into a verbal argument and he left prior to officers' arrival.

Domestic disturbance
N. Gold and E. 10th streets
Caller advised a named female is fighting with him/they are in a Toyota Corolla/they are parked/she is bleeding and continues to fight with him/she is intoxicated. Officers made contact with the vehicle on Gold and 10th streets.

Criminal trespass warning
1220 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised a named female is outside the front of the store sitting on the bench/they need her to move.

Driving while intoxicated
E. Highway 180 and Memory Lane
Eastbound white Dodge pickup/vehicle is swerving all over the roadway and hit the curb. Santa Clara PD officer went traffic with vehicle at Highway 180 and Boulder Street/busy with SFSTs.

Loud music
Fowler Avenue and Debby Drive
Caller advised subjects playing loud music. Officer spoke to named female/will turn the music down.

Accident-property damage
E. Highway 180 and Durango Street
Knocked over light.

Sunday, May 28

Unwanted subject
1106 Pope Street – Office of Sustainability – 6:52 a.m.
A homeless male sleeping and camping out next to the gas pumps/caller needs him removed. Officer made contact with male/he is moving along.

Unwanted subject
Penny Park – 7:32 a.m.
The named male is now at the tables at Penny Park/caller wants the male issued CTW for last location and Penny Park. Officer requested ambulance for 42-year-old male who says he has issues which are not specific and wants to go to GRMC/both CTWs were issued to Edward Ludwig.

117 W. Market Street
Male who was kicked out of the Toad last night is harassing employees and customers/wearing a blue hoodie and pacing outside/wants a CTW issued. Officers made contact with Casey Munoz at Tranquil Buzz and issued him a CTW for the Javalina.

Stout Elementary School
Someone shot caller's husband in the parking lot of Stout/he is bleeding out. Second caller advised it was a fight between a motorcyclist and a car/unknown description of either. Officer advised to have EMS stage at 32nd and Swan Street/black motorcycle east on 180 from Swan/male shot back of neck/exit out of chin. R1 staged at 32nd and Swan.

Domestic disturbance
N. Bennett Street
Male threatening to beat up female/he is pushing the female. Officer advised verbal only/both parties separated.

Unwanted subject
1220 N. Hudson Street
Female who has been stealing steaks is sitting outside. Officer advised she left prior to arrival. Caller called back advising she is in a grey Ford Focus. Officer issued Chantelle Schuller and Janet Hernandez CTWs.

Suspicious vehicle
N. Silver Street and Tracy Circle
White U-Haul type truck is parked/has been there since last night/last night two Harley-Davidsons came and picked female up from the vehicle and sped out. Officer had contact with homeowner/vehicle belongs to his friend and will have it moved sometime today/everything is okay.

Welfare check
100 N. Rosedale Road
Caller advised a toddler is with two adults who are going through the dumpster. Officer advised child has all the essentials/clear.

Criminal trespass warning
206 N. Hudson Street
Named male/highly intoxicated/yelling obscenities outside the store. Officers had contact with male outside of Hudson Laundry/re-issued Matthew Fox CTW for Hudson Snappy/male left.

Criminal trespass warning
1315 N. Hudson Street
Male caller advised a female is causing problems with him/she is a friend of caller's ex's daughter. Employee advising a male is there refusing to leave and starting problems/male was acting very irate and threatening. Caller is being uncooperative/disconnected line.

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