Record-breaking heat, heavy thunderstorms – nothing stops the Horizon City Police Department from making sure the High Desert is safe for all residents.
Check out all the men and women of the HCPD did to keep us safe last week.
June 24th: No Arrests
Officers conducted a traffic stop at 14100 Cow Tongue driver was then on the system and came back wanted with our agency. Driver was followed to the station to post bond. Driver posted bond and was released.
A domestic verbal was reported in the 700 block of Desert Sage. Officers arrived and spoke to both parties involved. Officers cleared the scene after separating both parties.
Officers also responded to multiple alarm calls. Officers went out to all the alarm calls to check the residence. All houses checked okay alarms going off due to thunder and rain.
A call was made to the Horizon City Police in reference to narcotic use. Officers arrived to the area of 3600 Clancey were multiple juveniles were located. Responsible parties for juveniles were contacted to make contact with officer at this location, juveniles were cited and released to responsible parties and a report was generated.
June 23rd: No Arrests
Units responded to a possible burglary of habitation that occurred in the 400 block of Desert Dandelion. Officers met with the homeowner and gathered information. Extra patrol was requested in this area and will be provided.
A caller reported two suspicious subjects in the area of 200 Barrel Cactus. The reporting party advised that they were walking around and possibly looking into vehicles in the area. Officers responded quickly and checked the neighborhood and determined the subjects were gone on arrival.
A motor vehicle accident was reported near the intersection of Horizon and Desert Mesa. Officers and first responders arrived and checked for injuries. The vehicles were moved out of the way, no injuries were reported, and citations were issued.
June 22nd: No Arrests
In the neighborhood of Armington and Primrose, an alarm call was reported. Officers arrived to this location and were able to make contact with the home owner. The residence checked okay and the officers determined it was a false alarm.
In the 14000 block of Desert Sage, a possible burglary of habitation was reported. Officers arrived and checked the residence exterior and interior checked okay.
Horizon Police Department went out to assist Horizon Fire Department and Life Ambulance on a medical call in the neighborhood of Horizon and Biglon. One patient was transported to the nearest hospital.
June 21st: No Arrests
A domestic disturbance was reported in the 14000 block of Warren Belin. Officers met with two family members who were having an argument. Both parties were separated and advised accordingly.
A stalled vehicle was reported near the intersection of Darrington and Horizon. The caller advised that the vehicle was blocking traffic on the southbound lane of Darrington. Officers located the vehicle and were able to move it out of the roadway safely.
A commercial alarm was reported at 13600 Horizon at HNC. Units responded quickly and met with a supervisor who advised that workers on the roof may have triggered the alarm. Officers determined it was a false alarm and the building was secured.
June 20th: One Arrest
A motor vehicle collision was reported at 121 N Kenazo at the Vista Market parking lot. Horizon Fire and Life Ambulance were cancelled due to no injuries. Horizon City Police officers arrived to gather information and issue blue forms.
Officers assisted a walk-in at the station reference to civil issues. Officers spoke to Horizon City citizen and advised accordingly.
A reporting party called the station reference to very loud music in the area of Cora Ruecker. Officers found the source of noise and advised homeowner to lower music.
Officers checked a reported stolen vehicle in the Desert Breeze area. Vehicle was reported as taken without the owner’s permission, driver was arrested for driving while intoxicated. Subject was later booked to the downtown jail.
June 19th: One Arrest
A security company called in a residential alarm in the 200 block of Lago Grande. Officers arrived to check the exterior of residence which checked okay. Officers cleared the residence as false residential alarm.
Officers where requested at the Family Dollar parking lot on Darrington and Eastlake reference to a bumper to bumper motor vehicle collision. Upon the arrival of the officers both drivers had already exchanged information. Second vehicle had left and officers handed driver with a blue form and no report was made at this time.
Officers went out to a shots fired call in the desert area between desert Sage and Desert Mist. Horizon City officers arrived to check a subject with a gun. Subject, gun, and vehicle checked okay and were advised accordingly.
Officers responded to multiple juveniles destroying the park wall out at the Golden Eagle Park. Officers caught multiple juveniles and made report due to criminal mischief. After the officers left juveniles went back to destroy another wall officers were dispatched again and caught juveniles. A supplement report was made to previous report was made and juveniles were dropped off at home with responsible party.
June 18th: One Arrest
A noise disturbance was reported in the area of 14000 Highweed. Officers met with the homeowner and a large party was dispersed.
A fight was reported at a party in the 600 block of Cactus Creek. The reporter advised of several subjects involved in a fight. When officers arrived, they made contact with the homeowner and the party was dispersed.
Multiple callers reported the sound of gunshots in the desert area near Desert Valley and Desert Mist. Upon arrival, officers determined the area was safe and were not able to locate the origin of the noise.
Officers responded to a motor vehicle accident in the area of Darrington and Horizon. First responders arrived and determined there were no injuries. A report was generated.
A domestic disturbance occurred in the 13000 block of Blooming Desert. Parties were separated and one subject was arrested and booked into the downtown jail.
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