Editor’s note: The following was taken from the pages of the Mesquite Police Department blotter for Sept. 29 – Oct. 5, 2013.
Civil Matter: Sept. 29 - Officer responded to a residence on Raven Way and spoke with a female, who reported her vehicle was missing from her garage. The female said she was sure her ex-boyfriend took the vehicle. Both parties are listed as owners of the vehicle. The vehicle was later listed in NCIC as stolen.
Weapon Offense: Sept. 29 - Officers responded to a residence on Belt Buckle Crossing, reference a weapons discharge in the backyard of the residence. Officers located a male at the residence, who said he had accidentally fired his handgun. After an investigation of the incident, the male was issued a citation.
Civil Matter: Sept. 29 - Officer responded to a local residence on Falcon Glenn Dr, reference a break in and Burglary of the residence. The reporting party said he thinks his ex-girlfriend broke into the home and took some items from his bedroom. The crime scene was processed and an investigation has been started.
Vandalism: Sept. 29 - Police responded to a report of a juvenile throwing a rock through a car windshield on Mesa Blvd. A report was taken and the parents of the juvenile agreed to pay for repairs to the damaged windshield.
Parking Problem: Sept. 29 – A trailer on Palos Verdes Dr was removed after a 24 hour notice sticker was placed on it. The trailer was obstructing the sidewalk. Witnesses stated the trailer had been parked there for approximately a week.
Theft: Sept. 30 - Officer responded to a home under construction on Conventry Ln for a report of theft and damage to the home. The home had the electrical wiring cut and stolen. A report was taken and an investigation was started.
Property Damage, Non Vandalism: Sept. 30 - An officer was dispatched to a local address on W First South St, in reference to a property damage call. The door casing to a rental unit was damaged.
Theft: Sept. 30 - An officer was dispatched to a local storage yard at Partridge Ln & W Hafen Ln, in reference to a theft call. Two motorhomes were broken into and some gas was missing from one of them.
Wanted Person: Sept. 30 - An officer responded to a local residence on W First South St, in reference to a person with a misdemeanor warrant. After the warrant and identity of this person were confirmed, he was taken into custody.
Missing Person: Oct. 1 - Officer took a report at the Mesquite Police Dept. on Mayan Circle of a possible missing 16 year juvenile. The juvenile was located living with an older sister.
Traffic accident W/O injury: Oct. 1 - Police responded to a two vehicle non-injury accident on N Sandhill Blvd & I15 NB. An accident report was completed, exchange of information completed and citation issued to the at fault driver.
Theft: Oct. 1 - An officer was dispatched to a local food store on N Sandhill Blvd, in reference to a petit larceny which had occurred earlier that morning. The suspect, who had returned to the store, was cited and released for petit larceny.
Intoxicated Person: Oct. 1 - Police responded to a report of an intoxicated subject outside of an apartment complex on W Old Mill Rd. One adult male was arrested for breach of peace and booked into the Mesquite Detention Center.
Theft: Oct. 2 - Officers were dispatch to a report of a vehicle burglary on Kalanchoe Way. Contact was made with the victim, information was gathered, and the investigation is ongoing.
Business or License Problem: Oct. 2 - Officers responded to Casa Grande Circle for a report of a subject conducting business without a license. Subject involved did have a valid business license but was found to have a felony warrant for his arrest. Subject was taken into custody and transported without incident.
Traffic accident W/O injury: Oct. 2 - Officers responded to a traffic accident on Hillside Dr. with no reported injuries. Photographs were taken of damage to vehicles, a driver's exchange form given to each driver, and one citation was issued for failure to yield right of way.
Traffic accident W/O injury: Oct. 2 - Officers responded to a traffic accident with no injuries reported on Riverside Rd. Photographs were taken of the damage to each vehicle and a driver's exchange form was provided to each driver. No further action.
Citizen Assist: Oct. 2 - An officer responded to a residence on Raven Way in reference to a citizen assist/keep the peace. Personal items were picked up by ex-husband.
Lost Property: Oct. 2 - An officer responded to a casino on E Pioneer Blvd in reference to a possible theft. After completing the investigation, officers were unable to prove whether the item was stolen or lost.
Fighting: Oct. 2 - Officer's responded to a residence on Aztec Circle in reference to a fight that is no longer in progress. Three suspects were located and cited for battery.
Burglary: Oct. 2 - Officers responded to the maintenance facility on Conestoga Parkway for a report of a burglary that occurred during the evening. Officers took the report and processed the scene for evidence. Investigation is ongoing.
Trespassing: Oct. 3 - An officer responded to a casino on E Pioneer Blvd to investigate an unlawful trespassing of real property. Casino security signed a complaint against the male for unlawful trespass. The male was then released.
Controlled Substance Problem: Oct. 3 - An officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle on E Pioneer Blvd and located drugs and paraphernalia on the driver's person and vehicle.
Wanted Person: Oct. 3 - Officers arrested a female on Mesa Blvd who had an outstanding warrant out of Mesquite Municipal Court.
Trespassing: Oct. 3 - Officers responded to a hotel on E Pioneer Blvd in reference to a trespass violation. The subject refused to leave and security wanted the subject charged with breach of peace and trespassing. The subject was arrested and transported to jail.
Theft: Oct. 3 - Officers were dispatched to a report of a theft at a local clubhouse/swimming pool on Sunset Greens Way & Gateway St. Information was gathered and investigation is ongoing.
Wanted Person: Oct. 3 - Officer made contact with an individual with a warrant at a local business on N Sandhill Blvd. The individual was arrested for the warrant.
Domestic Trouble: Oct. 3 - Officers were dispatched to a reported verbal domestic dispute on Joshua Rd. Contact was made with both parties, written statements were gathered and will be forwarded to the city prosecutor for review.
Lost Property: Oct. 3 - An officer responded to a hotel on Mesa Blvd in reference to a missing laptop left in a room. There are no suspects, and the property may just be misplaced.
Burglary: Oct. 4 - Officers responded to a Burglary call in progress on Willis Carrier Canyon. Two suspects involved in the theft were located and arrested for the burglary.
Burglary: Oct. 4 - An officer responded to a residence on Raven Way in reference to a burglary that occurred earlier in the day. This case is currently under investigation.
Wanted Person: Oct. 4 - Individual was being held at Purgatory Correctional Facility in Hurricane Utah. Washington County Sheriff's Office deputies transported one male to the Mesquite Detention Center, where he was booked on a Mesquite Justice Court warrant, and will await further transportation Clark County Detention Center.
Domestic Trouble: Oct. 5 - Officers responded to a fight at a local casino on Mesa Blvd. Two females were arrested for domestic battery.
Theft: Oct. 5 - Officer responded to a local residence on Mesa View took a report of the theft of a wedding ring from the residence. Information was obtained concerning the missing ring and possible suspects and an investigation was started.
Fraud: Oct. 5 - Officer responded to the lobby of the Mesquite Police Department on Mayan Circle and took a report of fraud. The reporting party said he had written a personal check and the amount had been changed and cashed. A report was taken and investigation started.
Citizen Assist: Oct. 5 - Officers were dispatched to a local residence on Rivers Bend Dr, in reference to a possible protection order violation. After an investigation, it was determined the protection order had been extended, but the paperwork had not been served. Two subjects were also warned for obstructing a public officer, during this investigation.
Controlled Substance Problem: Oct. 5 - Police were called to a suspicious situation at a local casino on E Pioneer Blvd. Investigation revealed two individuals in possession with controlled substances. They were arrested on the offenses.
Intoxicated Person: Oct. 5 - Police responded to an intoxicated individual at a casino on W Mesquite Blvd. One adult male was arrested for trespass violation and booked into the Mesquite Detention Center.