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 152 calls this week:

Agency assistance 5

Alarm 14

Animal complaint 2

Animal noise 1

Burglary 2

Citizen assist 6

Civil matter 2

Dead body 1

Deliver message 1

Domestic violence 3

DUI 1

Fighting 1

Fire 1

Found property 3

Fraud 4

Hit & Run 1

Intoxicated person 1

Juvenile problem 2

K9 search 2

Keep the peace 1

Lost property 1

Minor gambling 3

Miscellaneous CAD call record 5

Missing person 1

Noise disturbance 1

Non-LEO incident 1

Nuisance or minor disturbance 1

Panhandling 1

Parking problem 1

Past disturbance 1

Person on foot 7

Probation violation 1

Property damage, non-vandalism 2

Reckless driver 2

Robbery alarm 4

Sex offender verification 2

SRO related activity 2

Stolen vehicle 1

Suicidal person 1

Suspicious person 11

Suspicious vehicle 3

Theft 3

Theft from vehicle 1

Threatening 1

TPO/ restraining order 2

Traffic accident w/o injury 6

Traffic problem 6

Traffic stop 4

Trespassing 3

Truancy 3

Unknown problem 3

Verbal disturbance 1

VIN number inspection 5

Wanted person 5

Welfare check 5

Jan. 20:

Minor gambling: A juvenile male was witnessed by Security gambling on a slot machine. The

juvenile and his parent were contacted by Security who notified the Police. Security signed a complaint for minor gaming.

Fraud: Officers responded to an E. Pioneer Blvd. casino for a report of defrauding an Inn Keeper.

Two patrons walked out on the coffee shop bill with no intentions of paying.

Both were cited and trespassed.

Citizen assist: A couple came to the Mesquite Detention Center to speak with an Officer to

settle a verbal dispute. Both parties were heard from and advised to be adults.

Jan. 21:

Trespassing: Officers responded to a W. Mesquite Blvd. casino on a trespass call. One male was issued a

citation for trespass.

Domestic violence: Officers responded to a call of Domestic violence. One adult male was arrested

for domestic battery.

Wanted person: Officer located a male with two warrants out of the Mesquite Municipal Court. One adult male was arrested for the warrants.

Probation violation: Officer’s responded to a domestic disturbance involving two male suspects. Upon

arrival, officer’s contacted said suspects. Both subjects were taken into custody for various charges.

Jan. 22:

Unknown problem: Responded to Pinyon Ln.  residence for agency assist with Mesquite Fire and Rescue for an unresponsive female.

Fraud: Officers responded to a call of a recovered stolen vehicle. The vehicle was

confirmed stolen and St. George Police Department was notified.

Traffic Stop: An officer conducted a traffic stop that resulted in the impound of the vehicle.

Wanted person: Responded to Mesquite Justice Center and took one adult female in custody for

Felony Warrant.

Fraud: A theft occurred using counterfeit bills. The unknown suspect(s)purchased the items with the bills and received real currency in return.

Theft: A female individual was witnessed stealing from a local department store. Female was detained and arrested for larceny.

Jan. 23:

Dead body: Officers responded to a Bannock St. residence for an unattended death of an adult female.

The death did not appear suspicious. Clark County Coroner’s Office took custody

of the body.

Theft: An officer responded to a local grocery store reference a report of theft of

services. One male suspect was identified, and charges are pending.

Wanted person: Officer made contact with a wanted male at the Mesquite Detention Center. The

male was taken into custody for his warrant.

Fraud: An officer took a report over the phone for a fraud committed at a local bank.

The investigation is ongoing.

Robbery: Officers responded to a W. Mesquite Blvd. RV Park for a report of a robbery. Officers and Detectives responded an completed an initial investigation and attempted to identify and locate the suspects. Investigation is ongoing.

Theft from vehicle: Officer completed a theft from vehicle report.

Minor gambling: Officers responded to an E. Pioneer Blvd. casino in reference to a minor gambling. One male adult was cited and released for underage gambling.

Jan. 24:

Suicidal person: Police responded to a report of an attempted suicide. One adult female was

transported to the hospital and placed on a legal 2000 hold.

Lost property: Officer responded to the lobby of the police department for a report of a possible burglary. After speaking with the reporting person an incident number was given for lost property.

Theft: Police took a report for theft from mail.

Found property: Officer responded to a Riverside Rd. residence for a report of found property. Officer took custody and secured it until the owner could be identified and claim it.

Property damage, non-vandalism: Officers responded to an Apple Tree Ln.  residence and took a report of property damage to a community mail box.

Minor gambling: Officer was dispatched to a W. Mesquite Blvd. casino for a minor gambling. The minor was issued a citation and released.

Wanted person: Officers located a male who was known to have a warrant. The male was arrested

on the warrant.

Jan. 25:

Burglary: An officer completed a burglary report.

Wanted person: Officers located a male at an E. Pioneer Blvd. casino with an active warrant. The male was arrested on the warrant.

Traffic accident w/o injury: Police responded to a single vehicle accident. A report was taken.

Traffic accident w/o injury: Officers responded to a two vehicle non-injury accident. One female driver was issued a citation.

Found property: Police responded to a report of a found wallet. The wallet was booked into the evidence vault as found property.

Fighting: Officers responded to a fight at a W. Mesquite Blvd. casino. A male adult was arrested and

transported to the Mesquite Detention Center.

Jan. 26:

Burglary: Police took a report for a possible home burglary on Adobe Dr..

Found Property: Officers responded to a Falcon Ridge Pkwy business reference a found wallet. The wallet was booked into safekeeping at the Mesquite Detention Center.