Police Blotter June 24-30, 2018

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. There were 142 calls this week:

Agency assistance 14

Alarm 16

Animal bite 1

Animal pick up 2

Assault/Battery 1

Burglary 3

Citizen assists 4

Civil matter 3

Controlled substance problem 1

Custody issue 1

Dead body 1

Domestic violence 1

DUI 1

Fireworks 1

Found property 1

Fraud 1

Hit & Run 2

Intoxicated person 3

Juvenile problem 1

Keep the peace 1

Lost property 2

Mental person 2

Minor possessing/consuming 1

Miscellaneous CAD call record 10

Noise disturbance 3

Non-LEO incident 1

Nuisance or minor disturbance 1

Past disturbance 1

Person on foot 4

Phone harassment 1

Property damage, non-vandalism 1

Reckless driver 2

Robbery alarm 1

Stolen vehicle 2

Suicidal person 1

Suspicious person 9

Suspicious vehicle 4

Theft   5

Threatening 1

Traffic accident w/o injury 5

Traffic problem 3

Traffic stop 1

Trespassing 1

Unknown problem 7

Unsecure premise 1

Vandalism 1

Verbal disturbance 3

VIN number inspection

VIN number inspection 6

Wanted person 1

Welfare check 12

June 24:

Hit & Run: Responded to a hit & run at a local casino. Vehicle one was GOA. Information on V-2 and owner was obtained. It appeared that V-1 had struck the right rear bumper of V-2 causing minor damage (scuff). No further information available.

Lost property: An officer responded to a Bannock St. residence in reference to a lost purse.

Theft: Officers responded to a W. Pioneer Blvd. business in reference to a theft, one adult male and one adult female were cited for petit larceny.

Verbal disturbance: Officers were dispatched for a local residence for a verbal disturbance. A mother and adult son began arguing about the son always being intoxicated. The son during the argument broke up his furniture.

June 25:

Traffic accident W/O injury: Responded to Turtleback Rd. business on a three parked vehicles involved in a private property accident. Officer assisted all involved drivers exchange insurance information.

Theft: Officer responded on a report of a stolen firearm. A report was completed an investigation is ongoing.

Stolen vehicle: Officer responded to a casino reference a stolen vehicle. A report was completed and the investigation is ongoing.

Found property: Responded to a W. Pioneer Blvd. business regarding found property. I received a wallet containing cash, card and ID; will attempt to contact owner.

Property Damage, Non Vandalism: Responded to a report of Graffiti on a local structure. Photos taken and work order submitted.

Traffic accident W/O injury: Officers responded to a motor vehicle accident involving two vehicles. One adult female was transported to Mesa View Hospital and treated for minor injuries. A report was completed.

Domestic violence: Officers responded to an E. Pioneer Blvd. casino, One female adult was arrested for domestic battery.

June 26:

Theft: Officers responded to a Mesa Blvd. business in reference to a theft. The investigation is ongoing.

Burglary: Officers responded to a Haley Way residence on a report of a past burglary. The investigation is ongoing.

Dead body: Officers responded to a report of a dead body in an empty field. Officers spoke with

Animal bite: Officers responded to a Blackfoot St. residence in reference to a dog bite. The investigation is on-going.

June 27:

Burglary: Mesquite Officers responded to a Wild horse Ln. residence reference a report of burglary. Evidence was gathered and the case is ongoing.

June 28:

Traffic accident W/O injury: An officer responded to a parking lot of a casino, reference a hit and run accident that occurred four days prior.  The registered owner of the vehicle was given a report umber for insurance purposes.

Theft: Mesquite Officers responded to a local store reference a petit larceny.

Minor possessing/consuming: Mesquite Police Officer initiated a consensual conversation with a juvenile who was later found in possession of alcoholic beverages.

Stolen vehicle: An officer responded to the reported theft of a camp trailer.

Wanted person: An officer took an adult female into custody for a local warrant.

Civil dispute: Mesquite Officer responded to a Mayan Ct. business reference a verbal dispute. Upon arrival both parties were separated.

Controlled substance problem: Officers responded to a residence where an adult mother located drug paraphernalia in her adult son’s bedroom.  She requested officers dispose of the paraphernalia.

June 29:

Suspicious person: Officers observed a a male and female at a city park after hours and subsequently arrested the male for an outstanding warrant.

Vandalism: Mesquite Officer responded to a local convenient store reference graffiti.

DUI: Officers located a vehicle called in by a motorist for suspicious and odd driving behavior.  Upon further investigation, officers placed the driver under arrest for DUI drugs (1st offense) and trafficking a controlled substance.

June 30:

Assault/Battery: Police responded to a Riverside Rd. complex reference a fight that occurred. Officers spoke to both people involved and neither of them wanted to press charges. A report was taken for documentation purposes.

Traffic Stop: An officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle, for a traffic violation.  The driver was taken into custody for a misdemeanor warrant and traffic violations.

Threatening: Officer responded to a residence reference a threat that was made via voicemail.

Trespassing: Officers responded to an E. Pioneer Blvd. casino reference a trespass violator.  The male violator was issued a citation for trespassing, signed by a casino employee and released without further incident.

 

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