Bayard Police Department

Monday, Feb. 5

Domestic disturbance
Park Street
Female screaming and yelling on phone/children are also screaming and yelling/can hear a male also/phone disconnected. Officer advised (redacted) and children in unit/en route to a Fahey Street address.

Wednesday, Feb. 7

Breaking and entering
Wagon Wheel Realty
Advised the home appears to be broken into.

Reckless driver
Cortez Avenue
Caller advised male just left the Gateway in a grey Honda Accord headed west/he is possibly intoxicated/was staggering in the parking lot before leaving. Officers had contact with vehicle at Bayard Snappy Liquor.

Hurley Police Department

Monday, Feb. 5

Welfare check
Arizona Street
Caller advised he is in a facility and when he calls his parents they don't make sense or don't answer. Deputy advised both are okay.

Thursday, Feb. 8

Racetrack Road and Camino Verde
Advised male lying on the ground/rollover/one person involved/male bleeding/but conscious and breathing/he is having chest discomfort/vehicle is on its tires/it flipped over twice.

Santa Clara Police Department
Monday, Feb. 5

Game and Fish
Highway 180 – MM 120 (1 mile west of Highway 152 junction)
A live deer in roadway. Officer advised one shot fired.

Criminal damage to property
S. Prescott Street
Caller advised a group of four young boys threw a rock at her home/she knows the boys and where they live.

Wednesday, Feb. 7

Breaking and entering
S. Cleveland Street
Report, no narrative.

Aggravated burglary
Cleveland Street
Caller advised some items were taken from his shed during the past 2-3 weeks/he just went outside and found it. Officer investigating.

Welfare check
Pine Street
Sister texted caller advising someone ran out her back door/no more info provided. Officer advised everything is okay/set up frequent patrol for two weeks.

Thursday, Feb. 8

Domestic disturbance
Ft Bayard Post Office
Officer advised verbal/everything is okay.

11988 Highway 180
Male just left the store/small grey car headed west/took two bags of Hershey's candy. Officer investigating.

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