Bayard Police Department

Saturday, Sept. 23

Coffey Street
Someone stole a Fedex package from caller's front porch.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Bayard Post Office
Caller advised some kids threw a rock at her vehicle as she was passing/they left running toward the tracks.

Sunday, Sept. 24

Domestic disturbance
Main Street
Caller advised her mom has her credit card and her brothers and nephews have her keys and her 12-year-old son. Father of the 12-year-old is en route to pick up child/they just let him go to be with his dad. Officers advised en route to BPD with female.

Hurley Police Department

Friday, Sept. 22

Arizona Avenue
Caller wants her son removed from location. Deputies out with parents/advised them of his eviction from the property/it was a verbal argument.

Saturday, Sept. 23

Accident-property damage
Highway 180 and North Hurley Road
Officer advised offroad vehicle rolled over by the railroad tracks/send county to take report/no injuries/checked two driver's licenses.

Sunday, Sept. 24

Welfare check
Highway 180 at Bayard Cemetery
Caller advised a male is walking toward Bayard and "He is following her." Deputy and officers from Hurley and Santa Clara made contact with caller/all units clear/everything is okay/female is going to be taken to a Joan Street address.

Arizona Street
Irate son is trying to hit caller and her husband/they are in the living room. Subject is yelling in the back at them/subject is hitting caller with something/caller and her husband are outside now/subject is destroying house/subject locked caller and her husband out of the house. Deputies advised en route. Subject opened door for caller/units clear/nothing physical/son left the . . .

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Arizona Avenue
Someone threw a cinder block at a white F150.

Santa Clara Police Department

Saturday, Sept. 23

Domestic disturbance
Manhattan Park
Caller advised his wife and son are being aggressive/he is trying to leave and they are not allowing him to/all parties have been drinking alcohol. Officer advised one male in unit enroute to Copper Manor in Silver.

Criminal trespass warning
Location redacted
Negative on CTW for Dollar General.

Sunday, Sept. 24

S. Bellm and E. Church streets
Burgandy 4dr car stopped in middle of street/could hear them yelling. Officer had negative contact/will ATL.

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