Police Blotter Sept.9-15, 2018

Police Blotter Sept.9-15, 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 158 calls this week:

Abandoned vehicle 2

Administrative report 1

Agency assistance 3

Alarm 6

Animal bite 1

Animal complaint 1

Animal pick up 2

Animal shelter cleaning 2

Assault 1

Assault/Battery 1

Attempt to locate 3

Battery on person 1

Burglary 1

Citizen assists 3

Civil dispute 1

Civil matter 2

Controlled substance problem 2

Disorderly conduct 1

Dispatch non-LEO incident 1

Domestic violence 2

Fighting 1

Fire 1

Forgery 1

Fraud 1

Intoxicated person 2

Juvenile problem 1

Keep the peace 5

Lost property 4

Minor gambling 1

Miscellaneous CAD call record 7

Missing person 1

Noise disturbance 3

Nuisance or minor disturbance 2

Parking problem 1

Past disturbance 1

Person on foot 5

Phone harassment 1

Reckless driver 3

Recovered stolen vehicle 1

Sex offender verification 1

Suspicious person 15

Suspicious vehicle 2

Theft 5

Threatening 5

TPO/Restraining order 1

Traffic accident w/o injury 4

Traffic problem 1

Traffic stop 7

Trespassing 8

Truancy 2

Unknown problem 9

Vandalism 1

Verbal disturbance 3

VIN number inspection 5

Wanted person 3

Welfare check 7

Sept. 9:

Wanted person: Officers contacted a male who had an active bench warrant. The male was arrested.

Transport: Hispanic male adult was transported to Mesa View Hospital to get medically cleared.

Traffic stop: An officer conducted a traffic stop for a violation. The driver admitted to smoking marijuana in the vehicle. The driver was issued a citation for speed and smoking marijuana in a moving vehicle.

Civil dispute: Officer completed a verbal dispute report.

Wanted person: An officer located a vehicle involved in an Amber Alert. Upon contact, the male offender attempted to flee and fought with officers. The male was taken into custody for felony battery on an officer. The endangered juvenile was found safe and eventually returned to her family. The investigation is ongoing.

Threatening: Officer responded to a complaint of a threatening incident. Investigation revealed the individual who threatened casino employees. Once officers made contact with the individual he denied the accusations. Casino representatives wanted the police to make contact with the individual and advised him he is no longer welcome at their establishment.

Sept. 10:

Theft: An officer responded to a local residence for a theft of a bicycle.

Truancy: Officer issued a truancy citation to a male student.

Traffic accident w/o injury: Responded to a two vehicle collision, no injuries.

Minor gambling: An officer responded to an E. Pioneer  Blvd. casino in reference to an adult minor gambling.

Traffic accident w/o injury: Dispatched to private property non-injury accident. On arrival, drivers advised V1 had back into V2 causing minor damage. Drivers exchanged insurance exchange forms.

Traffic accident w/o injury: Officer responded to a private property accident. There were no injuries and drivers’ information was exchanged.

Sept. 11:

Assault/Battery: Officer completed an information report regarding a workplace assault.

Lost property: Officer responded to a residence on a report of lost property.

Sept. 12:

Suspicious person: A Mesquite Springs Dr. resident reported his car had been broken into. There was no damage to the vehicle and no items were taken.

Traffic stop: Officers conducted a traffic stop for a traffic violation. One male and one female were taken into custody for misdemeanor offenses.

Agency assistance: An officer was dispatched to a W. Mesquite Blvd. business, in reference to an agency assist. A male was transported to the hospital for a legal 2000.

Sept. 13:

Recovered stolen vehicle: While conducting a VIN inspection for a local tow company, a stolen vehicle was located.

Wanted person: An adult male contacted the Mesquite Police Department stating he had a warrant from another state. The warrant was confirmed and the male was arrested for the warrant.

Controlled substance problem: Detectives collected medication for the Drug Take Back Program.

Miscellaneous CAD call record: Officers responded to the Mesquite Police Department to take a report of a fraud/scam.

Past disturbance: Officers responded to a Sun Valley Dr. residence on a report of a disturbance. It was determined one male offender made threats and damaged property. The offender was not located at the time of the incident and the investigation is ongoing.

Lost property: Officers took a report of a lost cell phone.

Fraud: Officers took a report of fraudulent checks, the investigation is on-going.

Sept. 14:

Truancy: One juvenile male was cited for truancy.

Vandalism: An officer responded to the area of Hacienda Way in reference to vandalism to a vehicle.

Welfare check: Officer conducted a welfare check on an adult female. Female reported possible crime that occurred approximately a week prior and the investigation is ongoing.

Lost property: Officer responded to the Police Department reference a lost property.

Traffic stop: Officers made contact with a male who has a confirmed felony warrant out of the

Mesquite Justice Court. The male was taken into custody for the warrant.

Forgery: Officer responded to a Second South St. assisted living home reference a theft. One adult male was arrested for forgery. Additional charges are pending.

Threatening: Officers responded to an E. Mesquite Blvd. residence reference a report of threats.

Theft: Officer responded to a W. Pioneer Blvd.  department store for a report of a theft. One male subject was taken into custody for petit larceny.

Burglary: A W. Pioneer Blvd. business reported ongoing thefts involving fraudulent returns of stolen items. After an investigation, it was determined there were two offenders. One male and one female were identified and charged with several counts of burglary and fraud.

Sept. 15:

Traffic stop: A vehicle was impounded during a traffic stop.

Lost property: Report of wallet taken from casino.

Trespassing: An officer responded to a trespass violation at an E. Pioneer Blvd. casino.

Theft from vehicle: An officer received a report of a theft from a vehicle of prescription medication.

 

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