Friday, Mar. 29

Unwanted subject
601 N. Bullard Street
Male wearing bright yellow is barricaded in the bathroom/wants the male trespassed.

Criminal damage to property
1235 E. Highway 180
Rock thrown through a window. Officer set up frequent patrol for next two weeks.

Unwanted subject
N. Cooper Street
Caller requested a named female be removed/she was evicted yesterday and is refusing to leave. Officers responding.

Unwanted subject
111 S. Texas Street
A named male was kicked off the property and won’t leave/he is now walking by Jalisco’s/wants him issued a CTW. Officer has contact with Jim Rodriguez on Spring and Bullard/issuing him an indefinite CTW for the location.

100 17th Street – Casa Linda Apartments
A female tenant pushed a basket of laundry into his stomach/there is an ongoing issue/caller has a complaint on management, serious issues and bullying. Officer had contact with caller and female.

Welfare check
Ohio Street
A 66-year-old male advised he has a history of falling and is afraid he may have fallen and doesn’t know how to use his cell to call for help/he uses a walker and if he hasn’t fallen, he will take time to answer the door. Officer advised caller is okay/set up frequent patrol through April 5.

Criminal trespass warning
610 N. Silver Street – Seasonal Overnight Shelter
A named male was harassing the females and just peeled out of the parking lot in a purple truck with a trailer. Officer advised male does have an indefinite CTW for location.

Welfare check
1004 Pope Street
Homeless male is curled up against the building/he has been there for some time/wants him removed and a CTW issued. Officer out with the named male/no warrant or CTW/he left the property/negative on a CTW.

DV order violation
Walk-in to file DVO violation against a named male. Officer made contact.

E. Broadway
Caller advised three men in a purple truck/doesn’t know who was beat up/they had yard tools as weapons/they left north on Hudson Street.

Criminal trespass warning
100 N. Rosedale Road
Stated male in a brown hoodie went to the liquor aisle/believes he has a CTW/left walking toward Sonic/unknown if he took anything. Officer has contact with the male walking up toward the county office.

Old Tyrone Townsite Road
Side by side is flipped/male is unconscious/male is still in the side by side upside down/bleeding from the head. Native 32 accepted.

Welfare check
E. Pine Street
Caller states her daughter’s father will not allow her to speak with her daughter/she has court papers allowing her to see her on Sunday. Officer made contact with father/clear/kids are okay/will call caller.

2501 E. Highway 180
Male checking out and not scanning items. Officer ID’d male/no report/no CTW/they will be letting the male pay for the items under $30.

Loud music
Grateful Living
Officer advised they were advised to turn the music down.

Saturday, Mar. 30

Unwanted subject
1307 N. Swan Street – S.P.I.N. (Support People In Need)
Male vs female/male is yelling and throwing things at her/in a house nearby/female is bent over picking up things/male is threatening to hurt her if she doesn’t leave. Caller stating female is pounding on the door.

Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller states someone is breaking into the store/can see them on cameras.

Suspicious vehicle
315 S. Hudson Street
Couple of vehicles. Officer advised they are going to be towing vehicle.

710 Silver Heights Blvd.
Advised a BBQ grill was taken from the property yesterday. Officer advised walking the ditch northbound.

1810 N. Swan Street
A named male took candy and some drinks and is standing by the propane tanks with a bicycle/he has now left. Officer made contact with caller.

Accident-property damage
W. Highway 180 and Virginia street
Vehicle vs deer. Taking the deer.

Criminal trespass warning
San Vicente Street
Stated a named female is on the property in the back trailer/can hear her yelling.

Domestic disturbance
Cobre Street
Male is there hitting on caller’s sister/he will not leave. Officer advised everything is okay.

Welfare check
16th and N. Gold streets
Male jumping in front of vehicles. Officer ATL with negative contact.

Unwanted subject
315 S. Hudson Street
Female is in the women’s restroom. Officer advised female left upon request.

Sunday, Mar. 31

Reckless driver
E. Highway 180 and 32nd Street Bypass
Felony stop Highway 180 and Shasta/officer calling them outside of vehicle/reason for stop 75 in a 30.

Loud music
E. 12th and N. Bennett streets
They have been staying near water and ice dispenser/loud music/been there for a couple days/staying in a vehicle at abandoned house. Officer made contact advising they will turn down the music/they are staying at an AirBNB at that address.

Welfare check
Gough Park
Homeless man yelling and cussing by picnic benches. Officer advised out with the male advising if he gets any more calls he will have to leave.

100 N. Rosedale Road
Male in a grey SUV left toward Sonic/he threw basket/not sure if he took anything. Officer ID’ing male.

1956 E. Highway 180
Officer was told this vehicle stole alcohol from Albertson’s/send another unit to confirm/CTW for Albertson’s. Officer advised he is going to be waiting for her son to come pick up the vehicle/ran three names.

Welfare check
300 N. Arizona Street
Officer told a named male to keep it down.

Game and Fish
La Plata Middle School
Caller advised a pack of deer are stuck in the upper parking lot/wants someone from the school to respond and let them out. Caller was told they are always going in there. Caller stated they are stuck and have been for days and he still wants someone to respond. Made contact with a named female from La Plata and she stated she will go out and open the gate.

Criminal trespass warning
100 N. Rosedale Road
Caller wants a CTW issued to an unknown male with red tattoos on his face/he just left. Officer advised probable ID.

Virginia Street
Caller advised they have an ongoing issue with a neighbor. Caller advised he was putting up “Beware of Dog” signs and his neighbor stood about five feet away from him and asked, “What the f*** are you doing?”

Criminal trespass warning
206 N. Hudson Street
A named male who has a CTW is in the store and refusing to leave. Officer had contact with Eddie Herrera and re-re-issued him the CTW.

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