Bayard Police Department

Friday, June 7

Unwanted subject
Diamond Street

Advised a named male is on the property and she doesn't want him there/he is refusing to leave/wants him issued a CTW. Officer advised male left prior to arrival in white Ford Escape/will ATL.

Cactus and Mayo streets
Two males are fighting/female in a white Jeep drove away. Officer advised it is a civil matter/there is nothing physical/they were arguing over their kids.

Unwanted subject
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Advised she walked to the back bathroom and she is not supposed to be in the store. Deputy had negative contact with female.

Saturday, June 8

Unwanted subject
400 Tom Foy Blvd.
Caller advised a tweaker is high outside/a customer told caller the tweaker has a gun. Officer advised tweaker was issued a CTW for the Bayard Snappy.

Welfare check
Main Street
3-year-old male with the father/caller advised they are not able to get hold of the father. Officer was advised.

Sunday, June 9

Welfare check
Joan Street
Caller heard a 42-year-old female took a lot of pills/heard this about 30 minutes ago. Deputy advised everything is okay.

Domestic disturbance
500 East Street – Bayard Low Income Apartments
Caller advised his girlfriend threw water on him and he threw his wallet at her and hit her in the mouth/caller left and is at an Empire Street address/he will look for the officer. Female called dispatch to say her boyfriend threw his wallet at her face/she was advised an officer is out with her boyfriend and they will go talk to her after. Officer advised on his way to the apartment.

Welfare check
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Female outside is telling the store clerk to call for LE/unknown why. Officer advised female just wants a ride to SPIN.

Hurley Police Department

Friday, June 7

Domestic disturbance
B Street
Caller's wife is causing problems/they are pushing each other/fighting over the food stamp card. Officer advised clear from location/verbal only.

Weapons fired
Romero Avenue
Caller heard one popping noise/can't tell if it's fireworks or something else. Deputy had contact with homeowner/advised it was fireworks.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, June 7

Noise complaint
Santa Clara Fire Department
No report.

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