Police Briefs

City of Holtville

Saturday,

January 2

LET THE PARTY CONTINUE:

It was reported that the caller’s next-door neighbors are playing their music very loudly, after a few demands from the caller they finally complied when an officer asked them to keep it down or shut it down, the neighbors will be keeping it quiet.

ONCE THE FEELING OF UNITY IS OVER..:

It was reported that the caller’s aunts and uncles are having a very loud argument in the back yard over a few personal matters. The caller was concerned because it only seemed to be escalating,  both parties had disbursed for the evening.

Sunday,

January 3

MEET AND GREET IN THE COUNTRY:

It was reported that two unknown subjects were having an argument while loitering in the middle of the dirt road. The caller was on his way home late that evening, but they didn’t seem to mind him waiting; the two suspicious subjects were gone before an officer could arrive.

OUT OF THE PARK:

It was reported that four males are drinking and littering at  Mac Park the subjects were under the influence and left before an officer arrived. The caller was advised to call back should they return.

Monday,

January 4

CUTTING RUBBER:

It was reported that the caller’s vehicle’s  front passenger tire had been slashed open with an unknown blade, the time of the incident remains unknown, a full report was written of the incident, the caller was advised of his options.

SOMEONE’S SENDING A MESSAGE:

It was reported that the caller’s vehicle had been vandalized, the rear window on the passenger side was shattered though nothing was stolen from the vehicle, a report was taken of the incident.

Tuesday,

January 5

THERE GOES YOUR DEPOSIT:

It was reported that a tenant has damaged one of the rooms in which he was staying in. A damaged headboard and door were a few of the items that were damaged; the caller was advised of his options.

KEYED:

It was reported that the caller’s vehicle was vandalized sometime last night, the caller found large scratches on her vehicle side door and bumper which are believed to have been made with a key. A report was taken, the caller was advised of her options.

City of El Centro

Saturday,

January 2

BREAKING IN THE NEW YEAR:

A caller reported that someone had tried to break into her home during the night, shattering her sliding glass door. The caller didn’t manage to catch a glimpse of the suspects. The caller was advised of her options.

TAKING IT

FOR GRANTED:

A mother called police to report that her son was irate and acting aggressive after they had an argument over his curfew. The young man was contacted and counseled. The caller was advised of her options and advised to call back, should it happen again.

Sunday,

January 3

IT’S NOT THAT COLD HERE:

Two female subjects were reported to be burning trash in a city dumpster. An officer proceeded to the area, but did not find the women. The fire was put out and the caller was advised of his options.

IT DEPENDS WHAT KIND OF MUSIC THEY PLAY:

Someone called police to report neighbors playing music loudly. The neighbors have ignored the caller’s demands that they keep their music down. An officer asked the neighbor to keep the music down or shut it off and they complied.

Monday,

January 4

LEAVE ME ALONE:

A caller reported being harassed by his ex-girlfriend’s 17-year-old son. The caller wanted to know if he could get a restraining order against a child. The man was advised on his options.

FOUL BALL:

Someone called police to report that their front window had been shattered by a baseball.  The damages were estimated at $200. The caller was advised of their options after a full report of the incident was taken.

Tuesday,

January 5

NOT WAITING ANOTHER WEEK:

An subject was reported to be dumping trash in a vacant lot. The reporting party stated that a city crew had just cleaned the lot. The caller was advised of their options, and a report was made. The caller was asked to keep their eyes open.

BULLIES WILL BE BULLIES:

A neighbor was reported to be causing trouble. The caller stated that the neighbor’s son was threatening and bothering his son. Both boys were contacted and counseled. They were warned to stay away from each other.

City of Brawley

Saturday,

January 2

OVER A GIRL:

Two males were reported to be fighting over a female subject. The two were separated by their friends and left the area before an officer could arrive. The reporting party was advised to call back should they return.

DAY 2 OF THE CELEBRATION:

Loud music was reported to be coming from a home in the neighborhood, keeping the reporting party awake. The reporting party asked the neighbors to turn it down, but they refused. An officer arrived and the music was turned down.

Sunday,

January 3

NEW YEAR’S STRAY DOG:

Someone called police to report that they had captured a stray dog in their back yard. The caller stated that the dog did not have a collar, and didn’t seem to be from around the area. Animal control was advised and the dog was taken to the city pound.

COUPLE TROUBLES:

A couple were reported to be having an intense argument on their front porch. When an officer arrived, the male half had already left. The female half was counseled and advised.

Monday,

January 4

A FOOTBALL FOR X-MAS 2010:

Two young men were reported to be throwing things at each other in the park. The reporting party believed they might hit each other and hurt themselves. The young men were sent on their way with a warning.

MORE THAN A TIME OUT IS NEEDED:

The parents of a young man reported that their son was throwing things around the house. The young man, who was out of  control for an unknown reason,  was counseled and calmed down. He was advised to listen to his mother and father.

Tuesday,

January 5

IT’S TIME TO STOP CELEBRATING:

A caller reported to police that her husband had come home drunk. When contacted, both the caller and the husband were found to be drunk and admitted to having an argument. The husband agreed to stay with a friend for the night.

TROUBLESOME DUO:

Two subjects were reported to be hiding in some bushes in the area. The suspicious subjects were not found. The caller was advised of his options.

City of Calexico

Saturday,

January 2

POSSIBLE DRUNK DRIVING:

It was reported, that a driver in a grey vehicle with tinted windows was in the area, the subject was driving erratically, speeding, and passing several stop signs, the driver was not found in the area, the caller was asked to call back should he decide to pass by again.

MISSING “For Sale” SIGN:

It was reported, that the caller noticed a missing “for sale,” sign while he was checking up on his friends home, the house has been  vacant for a week, the caller was advised to advise the home owner as soon as possible, close patrol was established.

Sunday,

January 3

THE REEFER IS THICK IN THE AIR:

It was reported, that a group  males were in the alley behind the callers home sitting down, the only problem is that they were smoking marijuana, the subjects were gone before an officer arrived, the caller was advised on his options.

KEEP IT DOWN:

It was reported, that there is a beggar in the area, the caller stated that he has been there for awhile and up till now hasn’t caused any problems, the caller stated that now he is actually yelling at people, asking them for any loose change as they go in and out of the store, the male subject was contacted and advised to go elsewhere.

Monday,

January 4

HIT THE FENCE AND RUN:

It was reported, that an unknown subject has struck the caller’s fence bending the corner pole with a vehicle. The Vehicle took off immediately, the caller did catch a glimpse of the vehicle, a white Ford Expedition was seen fleeing the area at a high speed, and the caller was advised of her options.

GETTING GANGSTER:

It was reported, that a fight had  broken out between two gang member, though there are several subjects in that area,  all whom appear to be wearing gang type clothing, the area was checked, the subjects had dispersed, the caller was advised to call back should they return again.

TAKING ACTION:

It was reported, that the caller is having a large verbal argument with her ex-boyfriend who is in his truck the subject did leave the area before an officer could arrive, the caller stated that he subject refused to leave, the caller was advised to obtain a restraining order against the subject.

Tuesday,

January 5

ITS TUESDAY, LET ME SLEEP:

It was reported, that the caller is being kept awake by a group of people whom are hanging out late by their porch, though he has asked to keep it down, they refused to, an officer was able to make contact with the group, they quieted down and complied to call it a night.

DRUNK AND DISSORDERLY:

It was reported, that a subject is out on his lawn, under the influence, the caller stated that the subject was about to pass out, the subject was contacted, he was found to have several previous warrants and was arrested.

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