Bayard Police Department

Monday, Dec. 11

Domestic disturbance
Empire Street
A 68-year-old female was fighting with caller and is having an episode/hasn't been taking her meds. EMS2 delayed response.

Cactus Street
Caller advised he went for a walk and when he came back $700 was gone/caller was reluctant to provide further info.

Maple Street
Advised neighbor has been stealing their electricity. Officer issued a named subject an indefinite CTW for 414 and 418 Maple.

Welfare check
North Street
Female yelling at a male in the white house directly in front of Food Basket. Officer had negative contact/clear.

Tuesday, Dec. 12

Welfare check
Watson Street
Complaining about dogs barking. Officer advised everything is okay.

Criminal damage to property
Diamond Street
Neighbor was playing with a BB gun and shot out caller's window/happened this morning. Deputy on scene.

Wednesday, Dec. 13

Central Avenue
Female went inside and took items/she walked to a residence behind the Jerky Store/want her issued a CTW.

Thursday, Dec.14

801 Tom Foy Blvd.
Female put some items in her jacket and left the store driving a grey Nissan headed towrd Santa Clara.

Cobre High School
Male student being aggressive toward his dad in back of the building. Officer advised child left with parent.

Criminal damage to property
Train Depot
Caller from City of Bayard advised some kids just ripped out two trees/city workers will point out where the kids went on Railroad Street.

Domestic disturbance
Park Street
Ex-husband is intoxicated and being mean to caller/caller left the home with her baby in fear/would like it if she could go and get the baby's food and diapers. Officer advised negative on anything physical/caller is just wanting her belongings/male is intoxicated and being uncooperative/en route back to Fahey.

Hurley Police Department

No blotter entries.

Santa Clara Police Department

Monday, Dec. 11

Unwanted subject
W. Lincoln Street
A named male is knocking on the door and they don't want him there/he is mentally ill/he is in the front yard.

Suspicious vehicle
Highways 152 and 180
Vehicle travelling on a rim going up Highway 152. Deputy advised he is just driving it up the road a little more and have someone go change the tire.

Manhattan Park Drive
Caller advised his brother called saying others are trying to jump him and they are following him. Officer advised going to be a disagreement between the male and female/they are going to separate for the night.

Tuesday, Dec. 12

Boulder Street
Caller advised a named male is passing by the house and threatening to burn down the house and break her friend's car windows/he sent the threats over messenger. Deputy advised everything is okay/clear.

S. Prescott Street
White Jeep SUV parked outside in front with several people yelling/vehicle left toward Racetrack/caller still hears screaming.

Wednesday, Dec.13

N. James Street – 5:26 p.m.
Caller advised someone is trying to get into this house/caller is the property manager/advised they had been evicted. Deputies on scene/they were advised to vacate/negative on a CTW.

Breaking and entering
N. James Street – 8:39 p.m.
Caller advised there are people breaking into this address/they are loading something into a vehicle/home is vacant/no one is supposed to be there. Deputy out with two subjects/they are going to leave the property.

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