Police Briefs

City of Holtville

Monday,

May 3

JUMPING TEENS:

It was reported that a teenager was jumping on the hood of a vehicle, it is unknown if he owns this vehicle or not, an officer did go to the locale, but was unable to make contact with the young man, the caller was advised to call back should he turn up again.

IT CAME, FROM THE ALLEY:

It was reported  that there is a lot of loud music coming from the alley, the caller also stated that he heard screaming, its unsure if it was playful screaming or a call for authentic help, the subjects were contacted and counseled, they agreed to keep the decimal level down.

STOLEN WHEELS:

It was reported that an unknown subject has come on to the caller’s property  and stole 4 brand new tires, the Goodrich tires were estimated to be worth up to $600.00 dollars, a report was taken, the caller was advised of his options.

BANG!:

It was reported that a loud bang was heard from the neighbor’s home, the neighbor isn’t picking up or answering his door, an officer was able to make contact with the neighbor, everything was okay.

Tuesday,

May 4

INTERWEBS:

It was reported that a subject was seen entering the neighbor’s home, when the owners of the home arrived, it was found that the computer, monitor and dsl router were stolen, a report was taken.

BUSTED:

It was reported that the caller had apparently caught his teenage son trying to leave his home in the middle of the night, the young man was contacted and counseled, he was also warned about the curfew that is instated for minors, the young boy complied.

REPRESENT:

It was reported that several subjects in a brown  car, were throwing gang signs and disturbing the peace, what caught the caller’s eye was that he believes he saw a gun on one of the subjects, the group was gone on arrival.

SISTER,SISTER:

It was reported that two females are in the middle of an intense argument, the two subjects were contacted, they happened to be sisters, they were separated though both subjects were uncooperative, they were sent home.

Wednesday,

May 5

LOUD MUSIC, DRINKING:

It was reported that a large group of teenagers are playing loud music while they drink their beers around the residence, the teenagers refuse to turn the music down, but complied when asked to by an officer.

REAR WINDOW:

It was reported that the caller’s vehicle was vandalized sometime last night, upon inspection, it was found that the rear window was shattered with an unknown object, the caller was advised of his options.

WASTE:

It was reported that a large cat was found by the trash bin, it is believed that someone in the neighborhood tried to throw it into the trash, the animal was disposed off properly, the caller was advised of his options.

City of El Centro

Friday,

April 30

VIOLATION:

It was reported that the caller’s ex-boyfriend is in front of her residence, the caller stated that only problem is that she has a restraining order against him, the situation was handled, and the caller was advised to call back should he try this again.

HEARING THINGS..:

It was reported that the caller is hearing noises in the backyard, she is unsure to what it can be, she was asked to remain calm while an officer inspected the area, nothing or no one was found in her back yard

UNDER THE INFLUENCE:

It was reported that a subject is going around the locale threatening whoever gets in his way, including doctors, nurses and civilians, the subject was deemed to be under the influence, though he refused to leave the area, the police were able to escort him off the premises.

Saturday,

May 1

COUNSELED:

It was reported that a group of 4 teenagers are making a lot of ruckus in the area, though the group had dispersed one of the subjects was contacted and counseled, the caller was advised to call back should the group go at it once more

VANDALISM:

It was reported that the park has been vandalized, the caller stated that the benches and a wall in the park has been spray painted, the caller did not see who was responsible, or exactly when it happened, the area was surveyed, the situation was handled.

SKATING AROUND:

It was reported that a few kids on skates were bothering customers, skating on rails and jumping in and out of the streets, though they refused to leave when asked, they did leave as soon as an officer asked them too, the kids were asked not to come back.

Sunday,

May 2

WHO’S PAYING FOR THAT!:

It was reported that a beer bottle was thrown at the caller’ vehicle’s windshield which shattered, the unknown subject fled the scene and was not caught; the caller was advised of her options.

BARKING AT THE MOON:

It was reported that the dogs in the neighborhood is barking and have been for about 20 minutes, the caller thinks that someone might have broken in somewhere and is causing the dogs to bark, it turned out that a subject was just found sleeping in the area, the man was asked to leave.

Monday,

May 3

FIGHT TIME:

It was reported that the caller is witnessing a physical brawl between two subjects at the locale, the two subjects weren’t brandishing weapons, nor did anyone get seriously hurt, they both left soon after the fight started, the caller was advised to call should they return.

RUDE CUSTOMERS:

It was reported that two customers were arguing amongst themselves and cussing some ruckus, when asked to keep it down, they simply ignored the waiter, when asked to leave they both started to yell at the manager, the two were gone before an officer arrived

Tuesday,

May 4

DETAINED:

It was reported that theirs an aggressive male subject in the area, the subject was acting irate and a little crazy, the subject was contacted and detained with no incident, no one was hurt during the males tantrum.

EX-BOYFRIEND TROUBLES:

It was reported that the caller has witnessed another fight between her friend and her ex-boyfriend, the caller stated that they are both very loud and she is afraid that they might fight, before the ex-boyfriend left, he did break a window to the residence, the caller was advised of her options

City of Brawley

Friday,

April 30

DOWNSTAIRS RUCKUS:

It was reported that the caller is being kept awake by loud music and other ruckus, though he had asked if they could keep it down , they refused, an officer was able to contact the host downstairs, he complied to keeping it down.

PARTY SHUT DOWN:

It was reported that the caller is having complaints of loud music in a residence down the block, the caller also noticed under aged teens drinking alcohol, the party was shut down, and everyone was sent on their ways

SIBLING BATTLE:

It was reported that a brother and sister couple are having a big argument when contacted and asked why they argued it turned out to be in reference to a dog they had, they were both counseled and advised of their options.

Saturday,

May 1

SON VERSUS FAMILY:

It was reported that the caller’s son has threatened the entire family, though the threats were not described, the caller did state that he is worried that he may act upon the threats, the caller was advised of his options.

RUDE AWAKENING:

It was reported that the caller woke up to find three Rottweilers in her back yard, though this isn’t the first time it happens, it is an ongoing problem, the caller was advised of her options.

STOLEN BIKE:

It was reported that someone has stolen the caller’s bike from its garage, the gray and black bike with red racing stripes was said to be there last night, and the bike was worth a total of $150 dollars, a report was taken.

Sunday,

May 2

BREAK IN:

It was reported that two male subjects sporting shaved heads are believed to have broken into the caller’s vehicle, though nothing was stolen, nor was the vehicle itself damaged, a report was taken.

NEIGHBOR TROUBLES:

It was reported that the caller is having an argument with his neighbor and that it is an on-going problem, though he did not specify what troubles were had, they were both contacted and advised to take their problems to a civil court, both complied.

PUSHING ON THE DOOR:

It was reported that two subjects were seen pushing on the door during the night, the caller stated that the front door very secure, but he is afraid they may try a window next, the caller stated was advised on his options.

Monday,

May 3

MORE VANDALISM:

It was reported that the caller’s vehicle was vandalized  sometime last night, the vehicles broken rear lights were broken and acid was on the paint,  a report was made, the caller was advised.

OH I KNOW THE VOICES ARE REAL:

It was reported that the caller is hearing voices from out of her residence, the caller did notice a tall bald headed man looking into her residence thru the rear window, the caller was advised of her options, a perimeter check was made, and no one was found in the area.

BEER RUN:

It was reported that a tall male subject ran off with a 20 pack of Bud Light, the subject left in a suburban, the value of the packs was about $16 dollars in total, the caller was advised to call back should he return.

Tuesday,

May 4

HARASSING:

It was reported that a male subject is harassing people as they pass by, the subject refused to leave the area, but complied when an officer sent him on his way, the caller was advised to call back should this happen again, the male subject was advised to not return.

REFUSING TO LEAVE:

It was reported that the caller’s girlfriend is in his residence and is refusing to leave, after a brief argument the girlfriend was sent on her way, the caller was advised to attain a restraining order.

City of Calexico

Friday,

April 30

HIT AND RUN:

Someone called police to report that an unknown subject had hit his vehicle. The damage was only moderate. No witnesses were available to describe the subject. The caller was advised of his options.

PAN HANDLING:

A female subject was reported to be panhandling at businesses in the area. She refused to leave, and would not stop bothering the customers. She was gone before an officer arrived. The caller was advised to call back should she return.

VANDALIZED:

A male subject called police to report that his fence, which is in the back of his home facing the alley, was vandalized with spray paint. The caller believes it happened sometime late in the evening. A report was taken.

Saturday,

May 1

BEER BOTTLES:

Someone reported a group of three females and one male breaking bottles in the street while making a lot of noise with laughter and cursing. They were all sent on their way.

WHILE WE WAIT…:

Someone reported a couple arguing in the area and disturbing the peace. Officers contacted and counseled the male half, who stated that he was waiting for a ride to stay in Calexico for the night.

K-9 TROUBLE:

Someone called police to report a large, ill-tempered, pitbull running loose in the area. The caller is concerned that the dog may hurt somebody. Animal control was contacted and handled the situation.

Sunday,

May 2

DOING DRUGS:

Someone called police to report two subjects possible doing drugs in the men’s restroom at the park. The subjects were gone when an officer arrived, buy evidence of drug use was found in the area.

REFUSING TO LEAVE:

A female subject contacted police to report having an argument with a male subject who is refusing to leave. The male subject has been drinking and is drunk in public. The subject left the area before an officer could arrive. The caller was advised to call back should he return.

SON PROBLEMS:

A mother called police to report having problems controlling her son. They were both counseled, The caller was advised on how to handle the situation should it happen again.

Monday,

May 3

UNDER THE INFLUENCE:

Someone called police to report that an unknown subject was knocking and trying to climb up to a window to enter the caller’s home. When questioned, the man turned out to be under the influence and believed he was at his own home. The situation was handled.

WHO ARE YOU?

Someone called police to report an unknown male subject throwing objects at the caller’s home. The caller states that he does not know who this man is. The caller’s home was not damaged. The man left the area soon, and the caller was advised to call  back should he return

IRATE:

Someone called police to report that an upstairs neighbor was throwing a fit and harassing other residents of the complex. Officers were able to handle the situation without any trouble.

Tuesday,

May 4

TIME FOR A TIME OUT:

A mother called police to report that her daughter was yelling at, pushing, and hitting her after she took away her computer privileges. The daughter was counseled.

RELAX?

It was reported that the caller’s brother is causing a disturbance in the home. It is believed that he is under the influence of alcohol, and he is becoming irate. The young man left to stay at a friend’s home for the night.