Bayard Police Department

Monday, May 13

Welfare check
Winifred and Royal streets
Female slumped over in her vehicle. Officer advised she is waiting on someone to repair her tire.

Missing persons
Erie Street
Caller advised her daughter has been missing for 31 hours. Caller called back advising she just walked in the door. Officer made contact/she is okay.

Welfare check
1401 Tom Foy Blvd.
Male lying on the sidewalk sprawled out. Second caller advised the same. Officer had contact at MM 122 (Junction of Highways 152 and180).

Tuesday, May 14

Breaking and entering
Vanadium Street
Advised someone broke into the vacant home and items were taken/also the home behind was broken into as well.

Unwanted subject
100 Hurley Avenue
Female refusing to leave the property. Officer requested other units/she just hit the officer/last CTW issued 5-5-24/deputy requested ambulance for 18-year-old female bleeding from nose and mouth/pain all over body/left hand injury/under the influence . . .

Orchard Street
Daughter just punched her in the face/caller is outside/daughter is inside/she is under the influence of fentanyl. Deputy had negative contact.

Welfare check
340 Mayo Street
Female lying on the street and talking to herself. Deputy out with female/advised her to go home.

Wednesday, May 15

Welfare check
N. Yucca and Stewart streets
Caller is with a female who is afraid to go home/isn't completing sentences/stating she is afraid her husband might kill her.

Snell Middle School
Advised her 12-year-old child was involved in a fight at lunch time/the school never contacted her to report the incident.

Welfare check
Guinevan Street
Believes his ex-wife is intoxicated and wants his two daughters checked on. Deputy advised everything is okay/clear.

Unwanted subject
Virginia Street
Male on her property in a tan Ford/wants him issued a CTW. Deputy advised out with (redacted).

Welfare check
Watson Street
4- and 5-year-old sons ran outside when he was putting the dogs out/possibly have only been out for five minutes/neither had shoes on. XCPD and BPD officers stated boys were hiding in the house/everything is okay.

Thursday, May 16

Breaking and entering
Lusk Street
Advised a male is sleeping in one of the bedrooms/there is one other person in the bedroom/caller is in the basement/a grey Silverado which doesn't belong to caller is parked at the residence. HPD and BPD officers, and deputy, on scene.

Welfare check
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Male running around erratically/talking to himself/ran toward Blake's.

1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
(Redacted) went in 10-15 minutes ago and took a bottle of Patron/manager is getting the video ready.

Hurley Police Department

Monday, May 13

Unwanted subject
Aztec Avenue
Two named subjects are on his property, and they refuse to leave. Caller called back advising they texted him saying they made entry to his house and took their belongings.

Thursday, May 16

Hurley Elementary
Someone stated there is a situation at the school/a 9- or 10-year-old student has scissors and is threatening students with them/they are restraining him now.

Santa Clara Police Department

Monday, May 13

Welfare check
Prescott Street
Caller advised her sister had a call with her granddaughter stating she wanted to go get children from a location that may not have been safe. Officers made contact at 1110 Prescott and contacted caller/everything is okay.

S. Prescott Street
Officer advised bike was given back to the owner/a misunderstanding.

Weapons fired
Grant County Shooting Range
Officer advised gate is open/clear/G&F is out qualifying on the upper level.

Domestic disturbance
N. Prescott Street
9-year-old male on the phone advising his stepfather has a gun to his mom's head and won't let her leave/he is with his grandmother in Bayard and his little 4-year-old brother is still with mom. Officers advised contact with male/negative on any weapons/all verbal/everything is okay.

Welfare check
N. James Street
Advised a named female left the residence/she does have dementia/left walking. Officer will ATL the female in the area.

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