City of Holtville

Friday,

February 5

CAUSING TROUBLE:

It was reported that the caller’s cousin is in town and is up to trouble again, the caller was advised of his/her options the cousin did leave the area, the caller was advised to call back should he return.

TIME TO HIT THE HAY:

It was reported that a subject is under the influence and is causing a disturbance in the area, the subject who was asked to keep it down only got louder and reacted rudely to them, the subject was asked to turn in, which he did.

Saturday,

February 6

WARMING UP THE ENGINE:

It was reported that around 6 a.m the neighbor started to rev up his engine, the caller stated that it’s happened before. The subject was contacted, and he stated that it was his work truck and that he was just warming it up, the situation was handled.

VANDALISM:

It was reported that a group of males were seen vandalizing a freshly painted fence sometime last night. The caller stated that they left the area, he was advised of his options and to call back should they return.

Sunday,

February 7

SNEAKY, SNEAKY:

It was reported that the caller’s son has gotten out of the home despite being grounded, the young man did eventually come home, the caller was  advised on how to handle the situation, he was also advised to call back should he sneak off again.

MUSIC:

It was reported that a neighbor from a few homes down had his car’s sound system blasting all night long, the male subject was asked to keep it down but he seemed to only turn it down for a few minutes before pumping it up again.

Monday,

February 8

BARKED ALL NIGHT:

It was reported that the neighbor’s dog was up all night barking, the caller did tell the neighbor to keep his dog inside but he did not comply, the dog was finally taken in after several quests.

CONCERNED:

It was reported that the caller’s daughter and son in law have been arguing for some time, the caller is concerned that things might get physical. Both parties were counseled, and asked to resolve their issues in an orderly fashion.

Tuesday,

February 9

MUST BE THE WEATHER:

It was reported that a few cans had tipped over, the caller woke up to find trash on the alleys and had to pick up his own. Though there was no evidence of someone tipping them over, it was excused to be the winds.

City Of El Centro

Friday,

February 5

SCURRIED AWAY:

Someone called police to report a male subject trying to open her front door. The subject fled the scene when he saw the caller dialing for the police. She was able to indentify him as an ex-boyfreind. She will file a restraining order against him.

UNWELCOME:

Someone called police to report an unkown subject entering a neighboring trailer. The caller stated that the neighbors are out of town. The area was checked no one was found in the trailer. The caller was advised of his options.

Saturday,

February 6

NO PROPER BURIAL FOR OLD DOGS:

Someone called police to report finding a large dead dog near a dumpster. The caller suspects that someone in the neighborhood was trying to throw the carcass away. The animal was disposed of properly.

GETTING A

HANDLE ON THINGS:

Some called police to report finding the handle of door to his shed torn off. The shed was empty at the time. A report was taken.

Sunday,

February 7

FEMALE ARGUMENT:

Two females were reported to be fighting near a public restroom. The two subjects were known to be friends in the past, and it was not known what they were arguing about. They were both counseled and separated.

SET IT OFF:

Someone called police to report a subject in the area purposely setting off car alarms and throwing things around. The area was checked but no one suspicious was found. The caller was advised to call back should they return.

Monday,

February 8

PARTY:

Someone called police to report that subjects at a neighbor’s party are being loud and throwing beer bottles at the caller’s home, the street and in the bushes. The caller had asked them to calm down but they refused. Police shut the party down.

HAS BEEN DRINKING:

Someone called police to report a male subject banging on his front door and vehicle. The subject was known by the reporting party and was dealt with.

Tuesday,

February 9

VANDALISM:

Someone called police to report a vandalized vehicle. The caller things that the incident may have happened in the early morning. A report was taken. The damages were minor and the caller was advised of her options.

EX-HUSBAND:

A female subject called police to complain that her ex-husband keeps calling and starting arguments. The caller also received threats from her ex-husband via text message. The caller was advised of her options.

City of Brawley

Friday,

February 5

MY POOR

LITTLE MINI VAN:

Someone called police to report that their minivan had been vandalized. A group of subjects were seen jumping over the fence which the vehicle was parked next to. The subjects climbed on top of the minivan and jumped off. The group of kids was not found.

LUNCH TIME BRAWL:

Someone called police to report that a fight had broken out between two female subjects at a local eatery, and that a male subject was now joining in. The subjects left the area before police were able to find them.

Saturday,

February 6

NEIGHBOR GRUDGE?:

Someone called police to report that their neighbors are constantly throwing rocks at their windows.  The neighbor’s kids came forth and admitted to having thrown the rocks. They were counseled and warned.

STUDIO ISSUES:

Someone called police to report a landlord and a tenant having an intense argument over a studio apartment. They were arguing over an unpaid rent bill.

Sunday,

February 7

WHILE YOU WERE OUT:

Someone called police to report hearing people in a neighboring home that is supposed to be empty. Police arrived to find the home burglarized. Jewelry and electronics were among the items taken.

FIGHT TIME:

Someone called police to report a fight between two male subjects, one of which is weilding a knife. Police handled the situation.

Monday,

February 8

HUBBY TROUBLES:

A female subject called police to report having a fight with her husband that she is afraid could turn physical. The caller and the husband were counseled and both were advised on their options.

ATTEMPTED:

A female subject called police to report that her ex-boyfriend is at her residence and is intoxicated. The male subject left the area before officers arrived. The caller was advised of her options and advised to call back should he come around again.

Tuesday,

February 9

MAYBE SHE’S TRYING TO TELL YOU SOMETHING:

Someone called police to report a large dog blocking the entrance to their home. The dog has been seen in the neighborhood before. The animal was gone before animal control arrived. The caller was asked to call back should the dog return.

TOOLS, A NEVER ENDING MARKET:

Someone called police and report that the passenger side window of his pickup truck had been shattered, and a toolbox worth $250 was stolen. The caller was advised of his options.

City of Calexico

Friday,

February 5

DOOR KNOCKING:

Police received reports of a possible intoxicated male subject knocking on doors in the area. Police contact the subject who stated that he was looking for his wife’s home.

MORE AND MORE

OF THIS:

A male subject was reported to be panhandling near the drive through of a local fast food restuarant. Officers contacted the subject and informed him that he was loitering and trespassing. He was sent on his way.

Saturday,

February 6

TRASHING THE PLACE:

Someone called police to report a subject throwing garbage cans into the street. No description of the subject was available and officers were not able to locate him. People in the neighborhood said they would keep an eye out in case the subject returns.

BI-POLAR:

Someone called police to report that their bi-polar brother was becoming irate and throwing things around the house. He was counseled and calmed down.

UNCLE TIME:

Someone called police to report that his bi-polar brother is acting up again and arguing with his mother and trying to hit her.  The caller’s brother agreed to stay with his uncle for a while.

Sunday,

February 7

TREAD LIGHTLY

ON MY GRASS:

Someone called police to report a subject tresspassing on his lawn.When questioned, the man stated that he was looking for a friend that he had met in the military. The man was sent on his way.

YOU’RE TRESPASSING:

Someone called police to report a subject knocking on his door and windows and refusing to leave. The man was asked to leave and stay away from the residence.

Monday,

February 8

DOUBLE TEAMED:

Someone called police to report that his ex-girlfriend’s daughter is harrassing him. The caller wanted to know if it was possible to put a restraining order on a child. The man was advised on his options.

COMING TO

A SUBTLE CLIMAX:

Someone called police to report that on-going problems with the neighbors are getting out of hand. The caller was advised to take the matter to civil court and both parties were counseled.

Tuesday,

February 9

SCENE KID, LITERALLY:

Someone called police to report that their teenage son is out of control and causing a scene after having an argument. The teenager was out of control when officers arrived, but they were able to calm him down.

DOGGONE WILD:

Someone called police to report a vicious dog at a neighboring residence. The caller has tried to talk to the owner,  but the neighbor is avoiding him. Animal control was contacted and the dog was taken to the pound.

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