Police Briefs

City of Holtville

Monday,

March 1

UNKNOWN CAUSE:

It was reported that an unknown subject had broken a window on the North side of the home, its unknown if this incident was a burglary attempt, or a vandalism case. The home owners were advised of their options, a report was taken.

COOL IT:

It was reported that an argument has broken out between a mother and son pair. The caller states that the mother is ill and that the son has been known to have a short temper, both parties were contacted, they were both advised on their options.

FORCED ENTRY:

It was reported that the caller’s gate has been pried open. The caller arrived to find the backyard gate barely opened. No one was found in the area, the caller was advised of his options.

Tuesday,

March 2

PANHANDLIN’ AND REFUSIN-’ TO LEAVE:

It was reported that a male subject is pan handling outside in-front of a local gas station. The male subject was asked to leave but he refused to, the subject was  sent on his way by an officer, the caller was advised to call back should he return.

POOR FORD:

It was reported that the caller’s Ford truck, was stolen sometime last night, the caller stated that it had a lot of stickers most of which were sport related.The caller was advised of his options.

GOOD BYE WINDOW:

It was reported that the caller’s home’s window was broken, a few electronic items were taken, the caller has no idea who could have done this, a report was taken on the incident, the caller was advised of his/her options.

Wednesday,

March 3

SATELLITE RADIO:

It was reported that a subject had broken into the caller’s vehicle, to steal a hundred dollar satellite radio face plate  from his dash board, the caller as advised on his options, a report was made.

LOOKING ODD:

It was reported that a tall male subject was walking around the alley in the afternoon. The subject was looking intensely into people’s backyards, he was not found in the area, the caller was advised of his options.

City of El Centro

Friday,

February 26

I LOVE YOU, BUT I PAID FOR IT:

A female subject called police to report that her husband had taken her vehicle without permission. The caller stated that her husband has a suspended California Driver’s License. The caller was advised of her options.

IRATE BROTHER:

A female subject called police to report that her brother and her mother were arguing, and now her brother is starting to throw things around the house and nearly hit the mother. The young man was counseled and the caller was advised of her options.

Saturday,

February 27

SISTER BRAWL:

Someone called police to report two female subjects fighting in the street. The two subjects were contacted, and happened to be sisters. They were separated although both subjects were uncooperative. They were sent home.

COUPLE’S BLUES:

Somone called police to report a couple having an argument. The caller believes that the situation could escalate into a full-blown fight. Both subjects were contacted, and the male half agreed to leave for the night.

Sunday,

February 28

DEEP ISSUES:

A female subject called police to report that her bi-polar brother is fighting with their mother yet again. The caller started to worry after his brother tried to hit her mother. The caller’s brother agreed stay with his uncle for a while.

NEIGHBOR PROBLEMS:

Somone called police to report that an ongoing argument with his neighbors is escalating. The caller was advised to take the matters to  civil court and both parties were counseled.

Monday,

March 1

PUFFED OUT CHESTS:

Somone called police to report a group of teenagers in the street having a heated argument. The caller was afraid that a fight could break out. The group was dispersed and sent home.

STAY OUT OF MY YARD!:

Somone called police to report a man repeatedly tresspassing on their front lawn. When question, the man stated that he was looking for a friend. He was sent on his way.

Tuesday,

March 2

BUSTED:

Someone called police to report a subject trying to steal items from her front yard. The subject fled the scene as soon as he noticed he was being watched.  The caller was advised of her options

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE:

A female subject called police to report that her husband had come home intoxicated and tried to start a fight. The husband struck her with a plate on her face and fled the scene through the alley. The caller was advised to call back if he returns.

City of Brawley

Friday,

February 26

FOUND IN

THE KITCHEN:

A female subject called police to report finding an unknown subject in her kitchen. The caller hid in a closet after seeing the subject. The caller was contacted and the situation was handled.

BULLIED AROUND:

Someone called police to report that her son is being picked on every day after school. When the caller confronted the bully, the bully’s mother threatened her. An officer was able to handle the situation.

Saturday,

February 27

HIT AND RUN:

Somone called police to report that someone had just hit their vehicle and fled the scene. The caller did not see the other vehicle. The damages on her own were not too severe. A report was written.

PARKOUT:

Someone called police to report that an unknown subject had jumped her fence and was in her back yard. The subject appeared to be taking some sort of short cut. The caller was advised to call back should they return.

VANDALIZED:

Someone called police to report that their vehicle had been vandalized. An officer inspected the car door’s lock and handle and found them to be broken. Nothing was missing from inside the vehicle. A report was taken.

Sunday,

February 28

IDLE THREATS:

Someone called police to report a subject in the area panhandling and threatening people who don’t give him anything. The beggar was sent on his way and advised to not return.

FRESH PAINT:

Someone called police to report finding fresh graffitti in the area and seeing three men leaving the area. The graffiti was recorded and the caller was advised to call back should they return

Monday,

March 1

KEEP IT DOWN:

Someone called police to report a large group in the alley cursing and yelling and possibly starting a fight. The group dispersed when an officer arrived.

SMELLS LIKE DRUGS:

Someone called police to report a strong odor of marijuana coming from a neighbor’s house. Officers attempted to contact the neighbors, but found no one home.

FIGHT TIME:

Somone called police to report two males in a physical fight. When contacted by an officer, they refused to cooperate. The two subjects were counseled and advised to keep away from each other.

Tuesday,

March 2

OUCH:

A female subject called police to report that her father was trying to harm her son. It was unclear why the father was upset with the boy. The two males were counseled.

City of Calexico

Friday,

February 26

INJURED DOG:

Someone called police to report witnessing a dog being hit by a car. The caller stated that the animal is still alive and is lying in the road. Animal Controll picked up the animal and handled the situation.

BROKEN IN:

Someone called police to report that his vehicle had been broken into and an Ipod Touch and Ipod Mp3 player, along with a few school books were missing. The caller was advised of his options.

Saturday,

February 27

REFUSE THEN COMPLY:

Police responed to a fight between a married couple. The female half had asked her husband to leave the house, but he refused. An officer made contact with the husband and asked him to spend the night elsewhere. He complied.

KEEPING ME UP:

Someone called police to report that the neighbors dog had been left alone and was barking uncontrollably, keeping the caller awake. The caller was advised to call back should the barking continue.

Sunday,

February 28

ALWAYS WEAR

PROTECTION:

Someone called police to report spotting a few kids riding an electric quad with no helmets. Officers contact the mother of the children who stated that they are being supervised and are only riding on the sidewalk. She was advised to get the kids some helmets.

CANINE TROUBLES:

Someone called police to report a dog outside their fence trying to bite them and not letting them leave. Animal control was contacted.

Monday,

March 1

STARTING SOMETHING:

Somone called police to report an unkown male subject in dark clothing starting trouble in the area. The man was gone before an officer arrived.

REFUSE TO LEAVE:

A female subject called police to report a male subject being abusive and refusing to leave. An officer made contact with the subject and sent him on his way. He was asked to not return.

Tuesday,

March 2

LOITERING:

Someone called police to report a homeless subject loitering in the area. An officer contacted the subject and sent him on his way.