Friday, May 10

107 W. Yankie Street
Next to location caller wants named male removed/he started to get aggressive when caller would not give him a cigarette. Officer made contact with caller.

Unwanted subject
1931 Pinos Altos Road
Named male on property refusing to leave/caller wants a CTW issued. Officer out with Benjamin Hernandez at 20th and Durango streets/issued him a CTW for location.

Welfare check
1956 E. Highway 180
Female was yelling at a male and throwing rocks/she is walking around the parking lot/female juvie/male standing by the stop light. Second caller advised he was assaulted by a female at Albertson's/she was throwing rocks at him for no reason/Male will meet LE at Albertson's.

3514 Fowler Avenue
Caller advised a named male is being verbally and physically harassing/he is trying to sexually molest caller and other clients/the rest home is not doing anything about it/he is going into their rooms. Officer made contact with caller who is a patient at Silver City Care Center/caller advised the named male says things to her in Spanish and she does not like it.

Criminal trespass warning
1810 N. Swan Street
A named male is on the property and bothering customers. Officer advised male is not on the property, he is on Gold Street/reissued Benjamin Hernandez the CTW.

Welfare check
1007 Pope Street
Female yelling and screaming. Officers advised going to be Sarah Flury/everything is okay/clear.

1330 E. 32nd Street
Caller advised that his neighbor is trying to get him in trouble or put in jail/wants neighbor to stop and leave him alone.

Canal Street 8:18 p.m.
Stated his mother is threatening to kill him about 10 minutes now/she is intoxicated/they are in different rooms. Officer advised all verbal.

Unwanted subject
Lamina Loop
A named female is outside causing issues and honking her horn and arguing with her partner on the porch. Officer ran Carlos Pacheco and Amy Teran.

Welfare check
Canal Street – 10:59 p.m.
Female came out of the house twice and was yelling for help. Officer advised both separated for the night.

Saturday, May 11

S. Corbin Street
Caller is fighting with her mother in a vehicle/her mom hit her in the face/are currently driving in a white car/they are now at the house. Officer ran caller.

Vehicle burglary
1876 E. Highway 180 – Dept of Motor Vehicles
Caller advised his phone was taken out of his vehicle on May 9.

Reckless driver
2334 Ranch Club Road
Three cars are spinning donuts in the dirt lot. Officer had negative contact.

San Vicente Street
Advised that her sister is taking items from her house that belong to caller/she is outside/she is yelling at caller and throwing things around. Officer requested female officer be sent to location reference cannot search.

Loud music
306 N. Bullard Street
Grateful Living is playing their music too loud. Second caller advised their door is wide open and smoke is coming out of the building. Caller advised the music is too loud again. Officer advised negative on any music or noise at this time.

Criminal damage to property
Gordon Street
Caller advised someone broke her window. Officer ran two individuals.

Kimberly Drive
A male Alzheimer's patient and his wife and caregiver are outside in the front yard and he is hitting the caregiver's car with a shovel. Officer has male in protective custody/en route to GRMC.

Suicide threat
Pinos Altos Road and 32nd Street
Report, no narrative.

Canal Street – 1:35 p.m.
Advised he has been stalked by a gang in the area of the trailer park/wants to file a report for a hate crime. Officer made contact with caller who believes his female neighbor across the street wants him to move out of the neighborhood due to the color of his skin. Caller stated he cannot prove his neighbor wants him to move but believes she is having people park near his home in an attempt to . . .

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
A named male who has a CTW is waking across the parking lot and getting into a light blue 4dr vehicle with no hood/he is leaving. Officer had negative contact.

Domestic disturbance
W. Hester Street – 5:05 p.m.
Male and female are fighting in the front yard/he just hit her. The two told the officer it was all verbal.

Unwanted subject
21st Street
Caller advised his brother is being aggressive and causing issues/might want him removed if he doesn't calm down. Caller called back advising brother left and they don't need LE to respond.

Hester Street – 6:16 p.m.
Caller advised his wife is fighting with the neighbors and someone needs to respond before guns are drawn. Officers advised female is screaming and hitting her foot on the rock wall/spoke with a neighbor from across the street who advised Preston and Alexandera were the ones causing the issues with the other neighbors. The other . . .

Welfare check
Chavez Street
A named female hasn't been answering her phone or her door/she is fairly disabled and elderly/her bedroom door is closed and her dog is barking. Made contact with female at GRMC-ER/she was admitted and is there.

Sunday, May 12

Hot pursuit
S. Highway 90 and Ridge Road
Attempting to go traffic Highway 90 and Ridge Road/turned onto Ridge/60 mph/two motorcycles/passing Bobwhite Drive/speeds of 76 mph/one mc driving into oncoming traffic. Officers advised one unit crashed/is 10-7/one male in investigative detention/second mc continued southeast on Ridge.

Domestic disturbance
2709 Leslie Road – Gateway Apartments
Caller's neighbor went to caller's house and asked him to call for help/his autistic grandson is acting out. Second caller advised his grandson attacked him and broke the door/he is out on the street with the service dogs/he whipped caller with a belt. Officer has contact with second caller/grandson left prior to arrival.

Welfare check
Tracy Circle
Elderly male sitting on the floor talking to himself. Officer had contact on Swan and 32nd streets.

Accident-property damage
1 Ridge Road and S. Highway 90
Advised he hit a deer at 4:30 this morning.

Welfare check
N. Swan and 24th streets
Male was in the middle of the road drooling and spitting everywhere/he is telling caller he is okay and doesn't need an ambulance/he is still standing in the middle of the road/he is walking away now. Officer had contact with male.

Welfare check
Ridge Road
Male and female walking south on Ridge Road not moving for traffic. Deputy advised saw them and they moved for traffic/made contact with female who advised male left in opposite direction/everything is okay.

Welfare check
W. Market Street
Caller advised it is an odd smell/not trash or weeds. Officer made contact with a named male who stated a strange smell was in the area/officers did not locate any smell or anything burning in the area.

Welfare check
1810 N. Swan Street
Male standing in the middle of the street/not moving for traffic. Officer advised clear.

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