Police Briefs

City of Holtville

Monday,

May 31

WHAT’S HERS IS MINE:

It was reported that after a fight with her husband over private matters, her husband took her mini-van without asking, the caller has no idea where he went or when he will be back, the caller was advised of her options.

VANDALISM:

It was reported that the caller’s window has been vandalised, the caller stated that the vandals used spray paint and even covered one of the windows, the caller was advised of her options and to call back should anything happen again.

EX-BOYFRIEND:

It was reported that the caller’s boyfriend is bothering his daugther again, the caller stated that he has scared him off but the young man doesn’t seem to get the point, the caller was advised of his options.

Tuesday,

June 1

PARTY HARDY:

It was reported that the caller’s neighbors are at it again, they have their music playing loudly, they have been asked to turn it down, and do so for a limited time, the host of the party was contacted he complied to keep it down.

TRAVELING PET SHOW:

It was reported that a large dog along with a medium sized k-9 were found traveling south, the dogs were collared and seemed harmless, the caller was advised to contact animal control for further information.

SUSPICIOUS:

It was reported that a small sized vehicle was seen speeding off as soon as the caller exited her home, she thinks she may recognize the vehicle and is afraid that something may happen, the area was checked, nothing was found.

Wednesday,

June 2

GOOD EAR:

It was reported that the caller has apparently heard something or someone on his front yard, the caller stated that he heard foot steps, the caller was advised to keep a sound activated light in the front yard for such events.

LOOKING FOR SOMETHING:

It was reported that an SUV is driving slowly thru the neighborhood as if looking for something or someone, the caller stated that its happened before, and that it would even travel thru the alley, the caller was advised of his/her options.

KID AND POP ACTIVITIES?:

It was reported, that the caller can see a son and father pair having an intense argument, the son is refusing to get into the fathers vehicle, both were contacted and counseled, they were advised on how to deal with the situation.

City of El Centro

Friday,

May 28

VANDALISM:

It was reported that someone has just vandalized the caller’s vehicle. A report was taken. The damages were minor. The caller was advised of her options.

CALLING ANNOYANCES:

It was reported that the caller’s ex-husband is calling and starting an argument. The caller then received threats from her ex-husband. The caller was advised of her options.

ANYONE HOME?:

It was reported that a male subject has returned and started banging on the caller’s front door yet again. The subject was known in the area. He was contacted and sent on his way. The caller was advised of his options.

Saturday,

May 29

JUST ANOTHER

ARGUMENT:

It was reported that two females were having an argument right by the bathroom facilities. The two females were known to be friends in the past. Though it was not known why they argued, they were both counseled and separated.

PRANKS:

It was reported that an unknown subject is going around the area 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 he return.

Sunday,

May 30

PARTY:

It was reported that the neighbors were having a large party, the subjects were throwing beer bottles at the caller’s home, the street and the bushes. The caller had asked them to calm down but they seemed to refuse. The party was shut down.

NEEDING A PET

CEMETERY:

It was reported that a large dog was found by the trash bin. The dog was not recognized to have lived in the neighborhood, though it could have been someone from a neighboring area that  tried to throw it into the trash. The animal was disposed of properly. The caller was advised of his options.

BUYING THE SHED:

It was reported that the caller has found the door handle to his shed completely torn off. When inspected, it was found that nothing was missing due to the shed being empty. The value of the damages done to the door and the handle was $75. A report was taken.

Monday,

May 31

MOVE IT ON OUT:

It was reported that a subject at the location tried to open the caller’s door to her home. The subject fled the scene when he saw the caller dialing for the police. The caller did identify him as an ex friend. She will file a restraining order against him.

BATTER UP!

It was reported that an unknown subject in a beat-up truck had struck the caller’s mail box. The caller saw the truck speed off as it rear-ended the mail box. A report was taken of the incident. The caller was advised of his options.

Tuesday,

June 1

URBAN ART:

It was reported that an unknown subject had spray-painted one of the walls in the area. The caller stated that the fence was brand new. A few pictures were taken of the incident. The caller was advised on his options.

RECKLESS:

It was reported that a red pick up truck is driving recklessly into town. The vehicle was last seen speeding into town through the bridge on the south side of town. The vehicle was not found. The caller was advised.

City of Brawley

Friday,

May 28

CAUSING PROBLEMS:

It was reported that a male subject wearing a white shirt, green pants and a fisherman’s hat was harassing people and causing problems at the bus station. The subject was gone before an officer could arrive.

SUSPICIOUS:

It was reported that there is a male and female pair walking through the alley. The caller thought they were acting suspicious and looking for identity theft information. When contacted, it turned out that they were just trash digging.

STOLEN SORRENTO:

It was reported that the caller’s gold colored Kia Sorrento was stolen sometime last night. The caller did not remember if he had left the keys in the vehicle or if it was locked. A report was taken of the incident.

Saturday,

May 29

CHOW CHOWS:

It was reported that two chow chows are on the road again, causing problems. When an officer contacted their supposed owner, he stated that he got rid of his dogs awhile ago. The dogs were taken to the pound.

COMPUTER JOB:

It was reported that approximately two or three computers were stolen from the computer room along with a TV. The caller stated that the $2,500 dollar loss happened sometime last night. The caller was advised of his options. The site is under investigation.

Sunday,

May 30

THROWING CONTEST:

It was reported that a husband and wife couple are having an intense argument. The caller also stated that the wife was throwing items at the husband. No one was seriously injured. They both stated that they were fighting over child custody. Both were counseled.

TROUBLED SON:

It was reported that the caller’s son has gone berserk. The caller was in her bedroom. She stated that she could hear her son banging on the door and floor. An officer arrived, but the young man was already gone. The caller was advised of her options.

STUDIO ISSUES:

It was reported that a landlord and tenant are having an extreme argument over a studio. The details weren’t made clear but both the tenant and landlord were contacted and counseled.

Monday,

May 31

LARGE GATHERING:

It was reported that there was a large gathering in which they were arguing. The small party was getting loud and in fear of a physical fight breaking out. The party was dispersed

STOLEN TENT:

It was reported that a subject was caught on tape stealing a tent. The subject was not caught, but the video tape is being investigated. No true description was made of the subject. The store was advised of its options.

TWO MALES:

It was reported that two male subjects were seen fighting with each other. The caller stated that one of the subjects stabbed another with a small knife. When contacted, it turned out to be the caller’s father and their son in law. The situation was handled through a mutual agreement.

Tuesday,

June 1

LARGE DOG:

It was report that a large black dog is not letting the caller’s husband get into his residence. The dog was gone before animal control arrived. The caller was asked to call back should they return.

CREAKING HOUSE:

It was reported that the caller is hearing noises coming from the neighbors place. The only problem is that the neighbors aren’t home. When investigated, a burglar had only walked away with a few blue ray DVD’s and a blue ray DVD player.

SCRATCHES:

It was reported that an unknown subject had vandalized the caller’s vehicle. The caller stated that someone had scratched the back of his car on the trunk and sides. Pictures were taken of the incident. A report was filled out. The caller stated that he had no idea whom could have done this.

City of Calexico

Friday,

May 28

GET OFF THE ROAD:

It was reported that an elderly, female subject was walking on the median. The female subject was escorted off the road and advised to stay off and to use the cross walk.

TOOL BOX TROUBLES:

It was reported that someone broke into the caller’s vehicle and stole a tool box worth $250. The thief apparently entered the vehicle through a broken window. The caller was advised of his options.

LOUD MUSIC, DRINKING:

It was reported that a large group of teenagers are playing loud music and drinking beer at a residence. The teenagers initially refused to turn the music down, but complied when asked by an officer.

Saturday,

May 29

VANDALS JUMP:

It was reported that someone had vandalized the caller’s minivan. 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 was not found.

CAT FIGHT:

It was reported that two female subjects were in a physical fight. One of the females turned out to be on probation. Both female subjects were separated and counseled. They were advised to stay away from each other.

Sunday,

May 30

SPECIAL ATTENTION:

It was reported that the caller’s bi-polar brother is at it again, this time arguing with his mother. The caller started to worry after his brother tried to hit her mother. The caller’s brother will stay with his uncle for a while.

LET’S TRY TO KEEP IT CLEAN:

It was reported that a subject is throwing trash cans from around the block into the street. No description of the subject was available. The subject was not found in the area. The neighborhood will keep an eye out.

PRIVATE PROPERTY:

It was reported that a subject keeps trespassing into the caller’s front yard. When questioned, the man stated that he was looking for a soldier friend. The man was sent on his way.

Monday,

May 31

GET THE HINT:

It was reported that a male subject keeps knocking at the caller’s door. The man refused to leave and knocked on the windows as well. The man was asked to leave and stay away.

TAKE A DAY OFF:

It was reported that the caller’s 15-year-old is causing a scene and making a lot of noise in the locale. After having an argument with the caller, the teenager seems to be out of control. An officer was able to calm him down.

IF YOU RUN, THEY CHASE:

It was reported that the neighbor’s small dog is one vicious K-9. The caller decided to confront the owner, but the owner appeared to be evading him or was just not home. Animal control was contacted and the dog was taken to the pound.

Tuesday,

June 1

HOW BOUT THAT DEPOSIT:

It was reported that some evicted renters have left her apartment in shambles with holes everywhere including large square holes in the bedroom, bathroom and kitchen along with a damaged carpet. She was advised of her options.

UNWELCOME:

It was reported that a subject had entered the neighbor’s vacant trailer. The caller stated that the neighbors are out of town. The area was checked, but no one was found around the trailer. The caller was advised of his options.

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