YPD report week of April 19, 2021

Officers responded to the Resource Center to speak with staff about a male party staying in his vehicle behind the center. They are concerned about him and were wondering if the PD had any solutions for him.
Officers received a report about possible child abuse from DHS. A juvenile reported to the school that her dad spanked her with a belt and left a mark.

Officers responded to a parking complaint in the 400 N. Albany.
Officers were dispatched to Threshers for a gas drive off.
Officers located a suspicious party in YDH parking lot. Party was taking a short nap before finishing trip to DIA, no impairment.
Officers were called to 220 N Columbus for juvenile that did not want to go to school.
Officers were called to Shop-All for report of harassment. An employee felt she was being harassed by two individuals who were later contacted and advised to stay away or charges would be filled.
Officers were dispatched to a traffic accident in the 800 Block of N. Elm. A male party backed out of driveway into another party.
Officers were dispatched to an intoxicated party at the Harvest Motel. The party was told calm down and go to his room or he would be evicted.
Officers were dispatched to a noise complaint in the 700 Block of N. Main. Officers were unable to locate any disruptive noise in the area.
Officers were dispatched to a security alarm at Tractor supply in south warehouse, Officers walked perimeter of business and everything appeared to be secure.
Officers contacted a suspicious vehicle at the Duck Pond.
Officers were dispatched to a welfare check involving a juvenile. It turned out to be a misunderstanding based of a “Tik Tok” trend.
A female party came into the PD to report someone using her personal information to pull money out of the ATM at the Bank of Colorado. This case is under investigation.
A concerned parent called about finding suspicious items which she believed her son had brought into the residence.
Officers located a suspicious vehicle which left the area when it saw police. Officers conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle. The passenger exited the vehicle fled on foot. Officer caught the suspect. After speaking with parents, the parties were released to their parents.
Officers were dispatched to a driving complaint. Officers found the suspect vehicle at the owners residence.
Officers conducted foot patrol on Main Street.
Officers were called to the 1200 Block of S. Cedar Drive. A party had found a small baggy next to the sidewalk in his grass containing a white substance. Collected the product and it tested positive for Cocaine.
Officers were dispatched to a non-injury traffic accident in the Shop-All parking lot. Since there were no injuries, the parties were given an information exchange form.
Officers were dispatched to the 600 Block of N. Birch in reference to a disturbance. A female party stated she was having issues with her son. The son was transported to the Yuma District Hospital for evaluation. Officers spent over 6 hours dealing with this case.

Other calls for service handled by Officers this week:
School Zone Patrol – 2; Traffic Stops – 4; Follow Up Investigations – 7; VIN Inspections – 4; Medical Assist – 4; Citizen Assist – 3; Agency Assist – 3; Public Relations Event – 2; Return Phone Call Requests – 3; Animal Complaints – 5.