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 156 calls this week:

Abandoned vehicle 1

Abuse/Neglect 1

Agency assistance 8

Alarm 7

Animal complaint 1

Animal noise 3

Animal pick up 1

Assault 1

Background investigation 2

Burglary 1

Citizen assists 9

Controlled substance problem 6

Custody issue 1

Dead body 1

Disorderly conduct 1

Domestic trouble 2

Domestic violence 3


Fighting 1

Fraud 1

Hit & run 1

Intoxicated person 3

Juvenile problem 1

K9 search 2

Keep the peace 3

Lost property 5

Miscellaneous CAD call record 9

Noise disturbance 4

Non LEO incident 1

Nuisance or minor disturbance 2

Parking problem 1

Person on foot 7

Property damage, non-vandalism 4

Reckless driver 2

Recovered stolen vehicle 1

Search warrant 1

SRO related activity 1

Suicidal person 1

Suspicious person 8

Suspicious vehicle 4

Theft 6

TPO/restraining order 3

Traffic accident w/o injury 4

Traffic problem 3

Traffic stop 5

Transport 1

Trespassing 4

Truancy 1

Unknown problem 6

Verbal disturbance 1

VIN number inspection 2

Wanted person 1

Welfare check 5


Nov. 11:

Traffic Stop: An officer conducted a traffic stop that resulted in an adult arrest for DUI.

Trespassing: Officer responded to an E. Pioneer Blvd. casino for a male whom had previously been trespassed. The male returned to the property and Security signed a complaint against him.

Assault/Battery: Officer responded to local Hospital for a report of a battery. The victim was uncooperative at this time and did not want to pursue with the incident.

Noise disturbance: The complainant requested to sign a citation for an ongoing baking dog.

Nov. 12:

Citizen assist: Officers responded to a W. Mesquite Blvd. casino reference a trespass violator. The adult male left the area without incident.

Agency assistance: Officers assisted another Police Department with recovering a vehicle involved in a case.

Burglary: Report of handgun stolen from a Springdale Ln. residence.

Nov. 13:Welfare check: Officer responded to a Desert Willow Dr. residence on a suspicious situation. An information report was completed.Citizen assist: Report taken for fraudulent use of financial transaction device.Traffic accident w/o injury: Dispatched to private property non-injury accident. On arrival, V1 had been moved from point of impact. D1 and D2 informed me V2 had been unoccupied, parked in a space on the post office parking lot. V1 was backing out of a space across the parking lot and struck V2. V1 incurred no visible damage. V2 had broken plastic molding and scuff marks in the center of the rear bumper. Drivers completed and exchanged driver exchange forms; nothing further.Domestic trouble: Officers responded to a Partridge Ln. residence reference a domestic violence in progress. One adult male was arrested for domestic battery.Fraud: A victim of fraud is requesting to file a report per the request of the bank. The victim was provided a fraud packet and an incident number.Suspicious person/Circumstance: Officer responded to an Oakmont Ct. residence for a report of suspicious incident. A home owner reports some items missing, new items left and items were moved around his garage. There was no force entry into the residence. Home owner stated it has been going on for months.Intoxicated person: Officers were called to a Grapevine Dr. residence for a report of a domestic disturbance. It was determined no domestic occurred and the R/p is very intoxicated.Domestic violence: An adult female was arrested for domestic battery, resisting arrest, and obstructing an officer.Nov. 14:Controlled substance problem: Officers responded to an E. Pioneer Blvd. casino for a threatening call. The investigation leads to three individuals getting arrested for possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, and trafficking methamphetamine.Controlled Substance problem: Officers conducted a traffic stop for a traffic violation. One male was taken into custody for methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, possession of stolen property, and traffic violations.Abuse/Neglect: Officers responded to a report of child neglect. Officers did not see any signs of child neglect.Nov. 15:Domestic violence: Officers responded to a Blind Pew Ridge residence in reference to domestic violence. One male adult was arrested for Domestic Battery and Possession of a Controlled Substance.Disorderly conduct: An officer responded to a residence for a report of an intoxicated female causing a disturbance. The female agreed to leave for the night.Property damage, non-vandalism: Officer responded to a street crosswalk for a report of property damage. Officer documented the damage and investigation is ongoing.Property damage, non-vandalism: Officer responded to a report of vandalism at the cemetery. Officer documented the damage and investigation is ongoing.Wanted person: Detectives observed narcotic related activity outside an E. Pioneer Blvd. hotel room. Detectives contacted several adults, and one adult male was arrested for outstanding warrants and trespassing.Controlled substance problem: Detectives arrested a two (2) males, one with an active warrants and drug paraphernalia.Traffic stop: An officer conducted a traffic stop for a violation. One of the occupants had an active warrant for his arrest out of Mesquite Municipal Court. The male was taken into custody without incident.Nov. 16:

Domestic violence: Officers responded to a report of domestic violence. One male subject was taken into custody for domestic violence.

Hit & Run: Officers responded to a Harbor Dr. residence reference a report of a hit and run accident.

DUI: Officer responded to a restaurant parking lot for a report of a possible intoxicated driver. Driver was not intoxicated but was issued a citation for open container inside vehicle.

Traffic accident w/o injury: An officer responded to an accident involving a motorist and two bicyclists. The bicyclists received minor injuries and the driver was issued multiple citations.

Dead body: An officer responded to a Mesquite Springs Dr. residence for a report of a deceased person.

Theft: Officers responded to an E. Pioneer Blvd.  casino reference a report of stolen property.