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 140 total incidents in the blotter:

Agency Assistance 8
Alarm 12
Animal Bite 1
Animal complaint 4
Animal Noise 2
Animal Pick up 4
Attempt to Locate 2
Business or License Problem 1
Citizen Assist 6
Civil Dispute 1
Controlled Substance Problem 4
Disturbance of School 1
Domestic Violence IP 2
Driving Under the Influence 1
Found Property 1
Fraud 1
Graffiti 1
Hit & Run 1
Identification Check 1
Intoxicated Person 1
Juvenile Problem 1
Keep The Peace 2
Miscellaneous CAD Call Record 8
Noise Disturbance 6
Panhandling 1
Parking Problem 6
Person On Foot 2
Phone Harassment 1
Public Assist 1
Reckless Driver 1
Robbery Alarm 3
Suspicious/Person 12
Suspicious/Vehicle 1
Theft  3
Theft From Vehicle 1
TPO/Restraining Order/Subpoena 2
Traffic Accident w/ Damage 1
Traffic accident W/O injury 5
Traffic Problem 3
Traffic Stop 1
Trespassing IP 2
Truancy 3
Unknown Problem 3
Unsecure Premise 1
VIN Number Inspection 8
Wanted Person 2
Welfare Check 5
March 13:
An officer conducted a traffic stop on Smokey Ln and Riverside Dr. for an equipment violation. The driver was found in possession of drug paraphernalia. The passenger was found in possession of an open container of alcohol. Both subjects were cited and released for their respective offenses.
March 14:
Domestic Trouble:  Officers responded to Mesquite Springs Dr. residence for a report of a physical altercation between husband and wife. Husband had left the scene prior to officer’s arrival and was located at a later time.
Identification Check:  A male subject was arrested for minor gambling at an E. Pioneer Blvd. casino. The subject was booked into the city jail for the aforementioned charge.
Agency Assistance:  Officers assisted with help for minor children.
Graffiti:  An officer responded to a graffiti call on a home owner’s association wall.
Hit & Run:  An Officer responded to a private property accident, on North Sandhill Boulevard. An exchange of information was completed.
Welfare Check:  Officer received a telephone call from an individual in California who wanted to report her ex-boyfriend missing here in Mesquite. Officer contacted the male in question who was not missing but did not want any contact with the female. Officer relayed this information to the R.P.
Animal Bite: Animal (Canine) bite reported at Mesa View Hospital.
Animal Bite:  Officers were dispatched to Mesa View Hospital for an animal (Canine) bite report.
March 15:
Truancy:  Mesquite Officer responded to a local high school reference a truant student.
Truancy:  Mesquite Officer responded to a local high school reference a truant student.
Disturbance of School:  Mesquite Officer responded to a local high school reference a student disturbing the peace of school.
Truancy:  Mesquite Officer responded to a local high school reference a truant student.
Phone Harassment:  Officer responded to a Partridge Ln. residence to answer questions regarding threats that were made.  Officer obtained information from the resident and a report was taken for harassment.  The reporting party wanted to make it a matter of record.
Trespassing IP:  Officers responded to a W. Mesquite Blvd. restaurant on an adult female who refused to leave the premises.  Officers stood by as the manager read the trespass warning and the female left the property without incident.
Fraud:  An Officer responded to an Oakmont Ct. residence and took a report of identity theft. The reporting person found out a person in another state was using her name and Social Security number.
Wanted Person:  Male on a bicycle was observed violating a traffic law. Upon making contact with him it was discovered he had an active warrant out of Mesquite Municipal Court.
Theft:  Employees of a N. Sandhill Blvd. department store reported theft of property. The officer arrived and completed the report and provided the management with an incident number. Investigation continues.
March 16: 
Traffic Accident w/ Damage:  Officer responded to a report of a vehicle hitting a pedestrian on N. Sandhill Blvd. accident. A report was taken.
Juvenile Problem:  Mesquite Officer responded to a local elementary school reference a juvenile problem.
Animal complaint:  An officer was dispatched to a W. Pioneer Blvd. casino parking, in reference to an animal problem.  The reporting person contacted the police over concern for two dogs being locked in a car.  The owner of the car and dogs was located and found to have misdemeanor warrants out of Mesquite.  The owner, an adult female, was taken into custody for the warrants.  The owner contacted her mother to pick up the dogs and car.
Animal complaint:  An Officer responded to a report of an animal problem on Aztec Cir.  A reporting party signed a citation against the other dog’s owner.
Welfare Check:  Officers responded to a Mesquite Springs Dr. residence reference a welfare check. Officers contacted an adult female and checked her welfare.
March 17:
Wanted Person:  Detectives arrested a female who had a warrant out of Mesquite Municipal Court.
Theft:  Officer responded to a W. Pioneer Blvd. department store for a report of two male subjects who were caught stealing. Officer issued both subjects citations and released them with a court date.
Found Property:  An officer responded to a Saddle Horn Ridge residence for a report of found property. The officer was unable to find the owner of the property. The property was booked as found.
March 18:
Traffic accident W/O injury:  Officer responded to a report of vehicle accident on W. Pioneer Blvd. Officer arrived and observed a single vehicle accident involving the median of the road. Incident is being investigated as a possible Driving Under the Influence Accident.
Domestic Violence IP:  Police responded to a Mesa Blvd. residence for a domestic dispute. One adult female was arrested for domestic battery and booked into the Mesquite Detention Center.
Business or License Problem:  While on patrol on W. Mesquite Blvd. an Officer came upon an individual selling fruit from the back of a pickup truck without a City of Mesquite Business license. The individual was issued a citation for Business License Violation.
Suspicious Person/Circumstance:  An officer was dispatched to a Riverside Rd. and Joshua Dr. residence in reference to a suspicious situation.  An information report was completed.
Miscellaneous CAD Call Record:  Officers responded to a Riverside Rd. residence for a report of a non-violent domestic dispute. All parties had separated and left to their respective homes at the time of the report.
Animal Noise:  An officer was dispatched to a Piute St. residence, in reference to a noise complaint.  The reporting person contacted the police, in reference to the neighbor’s dogs barking for over an hour, which the reporting person stated was an on-going problem.  The reporting person signed a citation against the owner of the dogs, who was later cited and released for animal nuisance/noise.
Domestic Violence IP:  Officers responded to a Desert Dr. residence, in reference to a domestic battery in progress.  The reporting person stated he saw an adult male subject grab an adult female subject by her neck and drag her into their residence.  Upon arrival, officers spoke with an intoxicated female subject, but she was uncooperative and denied being involved in a domestic battery.  The residence and the surrounding area was searched, but officers were unable to locate the adult male subject.  This matter is under investigation.
March 19:
Traffic Stop:  An officer conducted a traffic stop for an equipment violation. One of the passengers of the vehicle admitted to having consumed alcohol and was underage of 21. The passenger was issued a citation for minor consumption of alcohol.