Police Blotter July 31-August 6, 2016

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Many calls that the Police Department receives are not always included in the blotter, as they are under investigation or a synopsis is not received. To show the amount of work our PD does do, we are including a weekly roster of stats. This week, there were 164 total incidents in the blotter:
Abandoned Vehicle 2
Agency Assistance 1
Alarm 10
Animal Bite 2
Animal Complaint 4
Animal Pickup 1
Assault/Battery 1
Attempt to Locate 1
Battery on Person 1
Burglary 3
Citizen Assist 9
Citizen Dispute 1
Civil Dispute 1
Civil Matter 2
Controlled Substance Problem 1
Domestic Violence 5
Driving Under the Influence 2
Fireworks 1
Found Property 2
Fraud 3
Graffiti 2
Identification Check 1
Intoxicated Person 1
Keep the Peace 1
Lost Property 1
Minor Possessing/Consuming 1
Miscellaneous CAD Call Report 7
Noise Disturbance 5
Parking Problem 3
Person on Foot 9
Property Damage, Non Vandalism 2
Reckless Driver 3
Robbery 1
Robbery Alarm 2
Sex Offender Verification 3
Sexual Assault 1
Suicidal Person 1
Suspicious Person 15
Suspicious Vehicle 5
Theft 6
Theft from Vehicle 1
Threatening 1
TPO Restraining Order 3
Traffic Accident w/Damage 1
Traffic Accident w/o Injury 1
Traffic Problem 11
Transient Assistance 1
Transport 2
Unknown Problem 2
Unsecure Premise 1
Verbal Dispute 2
Wanted Person 6
Weapon Offense IP 1
Welfare Check 8

July 31:

Domestic Violence IP: Officers responded to a residence on Riverside Dr. on a report of possible domestic violence. Upon contacting the involved parties, officers determined there was no violence or threats between the two.
Graffiti: Officer noticed graffiti on a picnic table while patrolling through a local park on W. Hafen Ln. Officer took photos of the graffiti and notified Mesquite Parks and Recreation of the incident so it could be removed.
Theft: An officer was notified of the theft of construction tools from a home under construction on Chaparral Dr. A report was taken and the theft is under investigation.
Domestic Violence IP: Officers were dispatched to an E. Hafen Ln. address for a domestic battery between husband and wife. Upon investigation the husband was identified as the primary aggressor and was taken into custody.

Aug. 1:

Suspicious Vehicle: Officer was conducting checks in the public park on Second South St. when two individuals were observed loitering during curfew hours. After identifying the individuals it was discovered one of the two had an active warrant out of Mesquite municipal court and was taken into custody.
Burglary: An officer responded to a landscaping business for a report of the theft of equipment. A report was taken and the theft is under investigation.
Theft: An officer responded to a new home under construction on Cliffrose Ave. and took a report of the theft of electrical wire taken from the home. The crime is being investigated.
Civil Matter: Officer responded to a Palos Verdes Dr.  residence on a verbal dispute. Officer spoke with both parties who agreed to separate and contact family court.
Lost Property: An officer took a report of lost property. Information was received and report was completed.
Graffiti: Officer responded to a report of graffiti on W. Mesquite Blvd. A written statement was gathered along with pictures of the graffiti.
Wanted person: A female was taken into custody for an active warrant.

Aug. 2:

Suspicious Person/Circumstance: An officer responded to a traffic dispute.
Civil Matter: Officers responded to a civil matter at a local residence.
Citizen Dispute: An officer responded to a golf course on Normandy Ln. in reference to a verbal dispute between a golfer and a home owner. Spoke with both parties and issue was resolved.
Battery on Person: Officers responded to the Virgin River reference a reported domestic dispute. The male subject had already left the scene prior to officers’ arrival.
Wanted person: A male subject was taken into custody for an active warrant.
Wanted person: Officer observed a vehicle committing traffic infractions on Mesa Blvd. and Mountain Ridge Dr. and conducted a traffic stop. During the traffic stop it was discovered the driver had an outstanding warrant out of Mesquite Municipal Court.

Aug. 3:

Fraud: Officer responded to the police department lobby for a report of fraud. Officer took the report and investigation is ongoing.
Burglary: Officer responded to a Desert Willow Ln. residence reference a burglary. Information and evidence was gathered for further investigation.
Wanted person: Officer encountered a subject on W. Mesquite Blvd. with an active warrant out of another jurisdiction. After the warrant was confirmed subject was taken into custody without incident.
Reckless Driver: Officer responded to a Poppy Ln. neighborhood reference a report of a reckless driver.
Domestic Violence IP: Officer responded to a report of domestic violence on W. Mesquite Blvd. After investigation one female subject was taken into custody for domestic battery.
Fraud: Officer responded to the police department regarding a report of fraud. Officer spoke with the victim and obtained all information available. Case is ongoing and will be forward to the detective bureau.
Theft: Officer responded to a W. Pioneer Blvd. store for a theft. A report was taken.
Domestic Violence IP: Officers responded to a Riverside Rd. residence reference a possible domestic disturbance.
Miscellaneous CAD Call Record: Officers responded to an E. Pioneer Blvd. business for a report of a custody dispute. The reporting party requested a report be taken for documentation for what they believed was a violation of the custody agreement.
Property Damage, Non Vandalism: Officers responded to the parking lot of a Moss Dr. subdivision reference a damaged vehicle caused by high winds. An information report was completed.
Aug. 4:

Minor Possessing/Consuming: An officer contacted two male subjects in an E. Mesquite Blvd. park after hours. Both subjects were found in possession of alcohol. Both males were issued citations for alcohol in the park and park hours. One of the males received an additional citation for minor in possession of alcohol.
Property Damage, Non Vandalism: Officers responded to a W. Mesquite Blvd. convenience store for a property damage report. One individual was issued a citation and released with a court date.
Wanted person: An officer responded to Mesquite Justice Facility reference an adult male with a Mesquite Municipal Court bench warrant.
Found Property: An officer responded to a W. Mesquite Blvd. business for a report of found illegal drugs. The drugs were located in a bathroom. It was unknown who the drugs belonged or how long they were in the bathroom.
Person on foot: An officer contacted a female who had jaywalked in his presence on N. Sandhill Blvd. The female was found to be intoxicated in the roadway and in possession of drug paraphernalia. She was arrested for both charges.
Driving Under the influence: An officer stopped a vehicle for traffic offenses on W. Mesquite Blvd.  The driver was taken into custody and charged for DUI-Alcohol (2nd offense), driving without a driver license, and no proof of insurance.  The driver also had a warrant out of New Mexico for a probation violation on a previous DUI conviction.

Aug. 5:

Welfare Check: Officer responded to a request for a welfare check on Palmer Ln. Officer found the subject was deceased. Clark County Coroner responded and took custody of the scene.
Robbery: Officer responded to a W. Pioneer Blvd. store for a report that a robbery that had just occurred. During investigation suspect was located and arrested.
Theft: An officer was dispatched to an E. Old Mill Rd. address, in reference to a theft.
Suspicious Person/Circumstance: An officer was dispatched to a W. First South St. address in reference to a suspicious phone call.

Aug. 6:

Theft: An officer responded to a Mesa Blvd. Hotel for a report of a theft. The victim left the item unattended and it was stolen from a machine in the casino. Surveillance footage was inconclusive and did not show the incident occurring. The investigation is ongoing.
Theft from vehicle: Officers responded to a West Pioneer Storage facility for a report of a motor home being broken into. Several other RV’s were also found to have been broken into. The scene was processed and the crime is under investigation.

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