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 151 calls in the blotter this week:

Abandoned vehicle 2

Abuse/Neglect 1

Agency assistance 1

Alarm 12

Animal complaint 3

Animal pick up 4

Attempt to locate 4

Battery on person 1

Burglary 1

Citizen assists 3

Civil dispute 3

Controlled substance problem 3

Disturbance of school 1

Domestic trouble 1

Domestic violence 3


Fighting 1

Fire 2

Found person 1

Found property 2

Fraud 2

Hit & Run 2

Impounded vehicle 1

Intoxicated person 1

K9 search 3

Keep the peace 1

Miscellaneous CAD call record 5

Noise disturbance 1

Non LEO incident 1

Nuisance or minor disturbance 1

Panhandling 1

Person on foot 2

Property damage, non-vandalism 1

Reckless driver 2

Robbery alarm 3

Search warrant 1

Sex offender verification 2

Stolen vehicle 1

Suspicious person 14

Suspicious vehicle 5

Theft 8

Threatening 2

TPO/Restraining order 3

Traffic accident w/o injury 1

Traffic problem 3

Traffic stop 5

Traffic violation 1

Transport 2

Trespassing 3

Unknown problem 4

VIN number inspection 8

Wanted person 4

Weapon offense 1

Welfare check 5

May 6:

Trespassing: Officer issued a citation for trespass to an adult female.

Wanted person: Officer arrested an adult female with an active Bench Warrant issued by Mesquite Municipal Court.

Theft: Report taken of a cell phone which was stolen at the carnival.

Hit & Run: Officer spoke with a motorist reporting a hit & run on a public roadway. Driver 2 left prior to any information being obtained.

Reckless driver: Officer responded to a report of a reckless driver. The vehicle was located and an adult male was arrested for drug paraphernalia.

Suspicious person: Responded to a suspicious person call. Upon contact with adult male who was confused and disorientated water was supplied and subject was transported to MVRH for evaluation.

Theft: Officer responded to a casino on a report of a theft.

Wanted person: Officers made contact with two males. One adult male was arrested for warrants issued by Nevada Highway Patrol.

Threatening: Officers responded to an apartment complex reference a disturbance between neighbors.  An information report was completed.

May 7:

Impounded vehicle: Officers located an unoccupied disabled vehicle. The vehicle was impounded due to the location in the desert lot.

Traffic stop: An officer conducted a traffic stop for a violation. It was confirmed the male driver had a active warrant for his arrest out of Bunkerville Township Court and a history of failing to appear. The driver was arrested for the traffic violations.

Controlled substance problem: An officer conducted a vehicle stop for a traffic violation. The adult male driver was issued a citation for the traffic offense, possession of marijuana, and possession of paraphernalia.

Theft: Officer responded to a W. Pioneer Blvd. business on a report of a theft.

Fraud: Officer took a report of Fraud (Identity Theft).

Traffic accident w/o injury: An officer responded to a minor vehicle accident on Pioneer Boulevard, no injuries were reported.

DUI: Officer observed traffic infraction and conducted a traffic stop. The result of the stop showed the driver was DUI.

May 8:

Domestic violence: Officer took a report of domestic battery. Suspect fled scene prior to arrival.

Controlled substance problem: Detectives purchased heroin from a Utah Source.

Theft: Took a report of patio furniture removed from a garage while owner was away.

Burglary: Officer took a report of attempted burglary of a Hillside Dr. residence. Incident created.

Transport: Transported one white male  to Mesquite Dental and returned to Mesquite Detention Center without incident.

Abuse/Neglect: Mesquite Detectives received an anonymous report of child abuse and neglect. A Detective responded to the emergency room to investigate. The investigation is ongoing.

May 9:

Theft: Officer completed a report of a package theft from the front door.

Civil dispute: Officers responded to the Mesquite Police Department to take a report of phone harassment.

Traffic stop: A male was stopped for a traffic offense. The male was arrested for the traffic offense and two active warrants out of Las Vegas.

Wanted person: Officers responded to a residence to investigate a threatening incident. One adult female was arrested for a warrant out of Las Vegas Justice Court.

Traffic stop: An officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle and issued the driver citations for traffic infractions and a passenger a citation for minor consumption of alcohol.

May 10:

DUI: An officer conducted a traffic stop for a traffic violation and subsequently arrested the driver for DUI.

Disturbance of school: Mesquite Officer responded to a local High school reference a student being disruptive and threatening school staff.

Traffic stop: A traffic stop was conducted for an equipment violation. The adult male passenger was arrested for an active Mesquite Municipal court warrant.

Suspicious person: Officers responded to a business on a report of a suspicious male who contacted two juveniles in an inappropriate way. The investigation is ongoing.

Property damage, non- vandalism: Officers responded to an E. Pioneer Blvd. casino reference damaged property.  The subject responsible for the damage was located and issued a citation.

May 11:

Suspicious person: An officer stopped a suspicious subject, at a Second South St. park, for park curfew.  The adult male subject was issued a citation for Mesquite City Code violations park curfew and no alcohol at a city park.

Civil dispute: Officers responded to a W. Mesquite Blvd. business reference a report of harassment.

Theft: Officer completed report reference a material being stolen from a house under construction.

Wanted person: Officers observed a male and a female jaywalking and conducted a person stop for the offense. One female was arrested for a local warrant.

Domestic trouble: Officers responded to the report of possible domestic violence. One adult male was

Domestic violence: Officers responded to a residence reference a domestic in progress.  Upon arrival, officers identified the primary aggressor and placed the subject into custody.

May 12:

Battery on person: An officer responded to an E. Pioneer Blvd. casino reference a battery.  Upon arrival, the officer spoke with the victim who stated she did not want to seek prosecution for the incident.

Domestic violence: Officer was dispatched to an area for a possible domestic dispute. Upon arrival a male was observed speeding off in a vehicle. Officer made traffic stop and found the male was intoxicated.