Police Blotter Oct. 9-15, 2016
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 172 total incidents in the blotter:
Agency assistance 5
Animal noise 2
Animal pick up 4
Attempt to locate 2
Battery on person 1
Citizen assists 11
Civil matter 1
Controlled substance problem 2
Dead body 1
Disorderly conduct 2
Domestic trouble 2
Domestic violence 2
Driving under the influence 1
Follow up investigation 1
Found property 2
Hit & run 2
Identification check 1
Intoxicated person 1
Juvenile problem 1
K9 search 1
Keep the peace 1
Lost property 1
Minor in gambling 1
Miscellaneous CAD call report 4
Noise disturbance 3
Person on foot 10
Phone harassment 1
Property damage, non-vandalism 9
Reckless driver 1
Recovered stolen property 2
Recovered stolen vehicle 3
Sex offender verification 2
Stolen vehicle 1
Suicidal person 1
Suspicious person 19
Suspicious vehicle 3
TPO restraining order/subpoena 1
Traffic accident w/damage 4
Traffic accident w/o injury 3
Traffic problem 3
Unknown problem 3
Verbal dispute 3
VIN number inspection 10
Wanted person 2
Welfare check 5
Property Damage/ Vandalism: A report of vandalism was taken for the tennis courts at Hafen Park.
Phone Harassment: An officer responded to assist a citizen with questions and filing a report for informational purposes.
Battery on Person: Officers responded to a Riverside Rd. apartment complex reference a battery call. Report was taken and Officers are attempting to locate the offender.
Traffic accident W/O injury: An officer responded to a restaurant reference a private property traffic accident. The Officer assisted both parties with the exchanging of insurance information.
Wanted person: An officer observed an adult male sleeping near the hospital. After contacting the male, he had an active municipal court bench warrant, and was taken into custody.
Identification Check: An Officer was dispatched to an E. Pioneer Blvd. casino to verify the identity of a female. She was identified and was under 21 years old. She was issued a citation for minor gambling and released.
Lost Property: An officer took a report of a lost wallet and its contents.
Trespassing: Officers responded to a report of a theft at a local storage unit.
Suspicious Person/Circumstance: An officer took a report of a neighborhood dispute over an animal problem.
Traffic Accident w/ Damage: Officer responded to the Police Department on a report of a traffic accident which had occurred earlier that morning. Officer obtained information and an information report was taken.
Found Property: An officer took a telephone report from an out of State Police department; reference property found belonging to a Mesquite resident. Mesquite Police were unable to locate the reported person.
Found Property: A wallet was found on a Mesquite Roadway and turned into the Police Department. The wallet and its contents were placed into the vault for safe keeping. Police are attempting to notify owner.
Fraud: Officer responded to the police department on a report of fraud. Officer took the initial report to be forwarded to detectives.
Fraud: An officer took a report of the fraudulent charges of a credit card at a West Pioneer business. Information was received and the crime is under investigations.
Fighting: An officer responded to the Hospital for a report of injured person who had been involved in a fight. The involved person declined to pursue charges.
Dead Body: Officers responded to a Chianti Way address for a report of a deceased person. Upon arrival it appeared the individual died of natural causes. Officers secured the scene until the Clark County Coroner arrived.
Person on foot: An officer observed an adult male skateboarding along Mesquite Boulevard. The officer was aware the male had an active municipal court bench warrant, after him, the male was taken into custody.
Follow-up investigation: An officer responded to the police department to collect a statement from a victim of a credit card fraud.
Suicidal Person: Officers responded to a possible suicidal subject on Saddle Way. After speaking with her, she was transported to the hospital for evaluation.
Trespassing: Officer responded to a report of a welfare check on N. Sandhill Blvd., the incident resulted in a male being arrested for trespassing.
Property Damage, Non Vandalism: Officer’s responded to a report of property damage on public property.
Trespassing IP: Officers responded to a Vineyard Ln. residence in reference to a trespass violation, the suspect was arrested for an unrelated violation.
Traffic Stop: An officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for various moving violations. The adult male driver was cited and released for possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and minor traffic offenses.
Property Damage, Non Vandalism: Officer responded to Bannock St. residence reference property damage to a vehicle. Officer located and photographed the aforementioned vehicle and a report was taken.
Property Damage, Non Vandalism: Officer responded to S. Arrowhead Ln. residence reference property damage to a vehicle. Officer located and photographed the aforementioned vehicle and a report was taken.
Trespassing IP: Officer responded to a W Mesquite Blvd. casino reference a possible trespassed adult male. Upon contacting the male, he had been trespassed and was in possession of illegal drugs. The male was arrested and transferred to Clark County Detention Center.
Domestic Trouble: Police responded to Mesa View Hospital for a possible domestic battery. A report was taken.
Theft: Officer responded to the police department for a report of a theft from a residence. A report was taken.
Fraud: Police took a report for fraudulent charges to a credit card.
Property Damage, Non Vandalism: Officer responded to a N. Sandhill Blvd. residence for a report of damage to property. The suspect was located and arrested.
Agency Assistance: DEA request assistance with cellphone extraction
Theft: An officer responded to a Mesa Blvd. casino for a report of a theft. The item was located and returned to the owner. The investigation is ongoing.
Domestic Violence IP: Officers responded to a Pulisipher Ln. residence for a report of an argument. Officers arrived and separated a male and female. It was determined no threats or violence occurred. Both parties agreed to go to sleep for the night.
Hit & Run: A private property accident report was taken.
Traffic accident W/O injury: An Officer responded to a non-injury private property traffic accident. A report was taken.
Minor Gambling: Officers responded to a casino reference a minor gambling. An adult male was issued a citation for gambling under the age of twenty one.
Property Damage, Non Vandalism: Responded to a Riverside Rd. apartment complex for a report of vandalism to a vehicle.
Domestic Violence IP: Officers responded to an E. Mesquite Blvd. residence for a report of a domestic disturbance. Two individuals were arrested for Domestic Battery.
Welfare Check: Officers responded on a welfare check.
Theft: Officers responded to a local business for a report of a shoplifter. The suspect was located in another store and taken into custody for Petit Larceny.
Stolen Vehicle: An inmate reported his vehicle had been stolen. A report was taken.
Person on foot: An officer observed an adult female jaywalking while under the influence of drugs. The female was arrested for jaywalking and obstructing the investigation.
Domestic Trouble: Officers responded to a W. Mesquite Blvd. casino on a report of domestic dispute.
Property Damage, Non Vandalism: Officers responded to a report of property damage by juveniles.
Verbal Dispute IP: Officers responded to a Colleen Ct. family dispute. All involved parties were interviewed and dispute was determined to be verbal only. Parties separated for a cooling off period.
Theft: Officer responded to the police department regarding theft of a cell phone. All information was collected and a report was generated.
Trespassing IP: Officer’s responded to a West Pioneer Blvd. restaurant, reference a customer who was reported to be bothering other customers. Management requested he leave the property.