Horizon City PD’s Police Blotter: September 24 through October 1

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As September fades into the history books and October dawns, the men and women of the Horizon City Police Department continue their mission of keeping the High Desert safe and sound.

For a look at their missions last week, read on;  to check out the previous week’s blotter, click HERE.

October 1: No Report Yet

September 30: One Arrest

A vehicle disturbance was reported in the area of 14000 Calhoun. The reporting party advised of vehicles driving at a high rate of speed through the neighborhood. Officers responded quickly but were not able to locate the vehicles.

Units were dispatched to a possible residential burglary in the 200 block of Lago Maggiore. Officers checked the surrounding areas and secured the residence. They determined the residence was secured and no burglary had taken place.

Officers responded to a domestic issue near 16000 Homestead. Upon arrival, officers met with both parties and gathered information. The issue was determined to be verbal only and all parties remained on scene.

A vehicle burglary was reported in the 14000 block of Rudi Kuefner. The reporting party advised of a subject that took merchandise out of a commercial truck and fled the scene. Officers gathered information on the vehicle and generated a report in reference to theft.

Officers were dispatched to a domestic disturbance in the area of 14000 Desierto Bello. Officers met with both parties and determined the issue was verbal only. Both parties were separated and advised accordingly.

One subject was arrested following a traffic stop near Darrington and Roslyn. Officers met with a subject that was wanted out of our agency. The subject was then processed and booked into the jail annex.

A motor vehicle accident was reported in the area of N Kenazo and Eastlake in the Dollar General parking lot. No injuries were reported and blue forms were issued for minor damages.

Units responded to a residential alarm in the 14000 block of Horizon Vista. Officers arrived and advised the residence checked okay and was secured. The call was in reference to a false alarm.

A concerned caller reported a vehicle disturbance near Eastlake and Darrington. The reporting party advised of a vehicle swerving. Officers attempted to locate the vehicle within jurisdiction but were unable to locate the vehicle as described. .Other agencies in the area were also notified in reference to the direction in which the vehicle was travelling.

September 29: No Arrests

Horizon City Police officers responded to a motor vehicle accident with injuries out at 13900 Horizon. First responders attended patients on scene and officers gathered information. Two patients were transported to a local hospital and a report was generated.

Officers were dispatched in the 14000 block of Calhoun reference a residential alarm. Officers arrived on scene and checked the area. It was determined by responding officers that the call was reference false alarm.

A motor vehicle accident with injuries was reported on the area of Darrington and Ryderwood. Officers arrived on scene along with First responders to gather information and attend the patients. One patient was transported to a local hospital and a report was generated.

Officers responded to a suspicious vehicle in the 14200 block of Desierto Bueno. Upon arrival vehicle was no longer at the scene, officers made contact with homeowner and was advised.

A residential alarm was set in the 14000 block of Paradize Breeze. The officers responded to the call and once arrived on scene, officers checked the interior and exterior. The area checked to be okay and secured.

A motor vehicle accident with no injuries was reported in the 14000 block of Veny Weeb. Officers arrived on scene and obtain information, a report was generated and citations were issued.

Officers were dispatched to a motor vehicle accident with no injuries in the area of Darrington and Pawling. Units arrived on scene and gathered all information needed to generate a report.

September 28: No Report

September 27: No Arrests

Units responded to a possible home burglary in the 100 block of Kenazo. Upon arrival officers checked the residence and determined no burglary had taken place. The homeowner was advised and the neighborhood was determined to be safe.

A residential alarm was reported in the 13000 block of Horizon. Officers arrived on scene and check the area, it was determined by responding officers that the call was reference a false alarm.

A call was received reference welfare check In the 14000 block of Horizon. Units responded and were able to make contact with subject, officers obtained information and advised subject and subject checked okay. Subject was released to responsible party.

Officers responded to a domestic near 14300 Sebastian. Units gathered information from all parties and determined issue was verbal only. Parties were separated and advised accordingly.

Units were dispatched to a subject disturbance in the 14500 block of Daffodil. Upon arrival officers met with all parties and obtain information. Parties were advised accordingly.

September 26: No Arrests

A residential alarm was reported in the 14000 block of Paradise Breeze. The keyholder of the residence called a second time and advised it would be a false alarm and everything checked okay.

Officers were dispatched to a commercial alarm at 15061 Horizon Blvd. Upon arrival, officers checked the building and surrounding areas and determined it was a false alarm.

A separate alarm was reported in the 300 block of Roslyn. Prior to arrival, dispatchers received a second call from the alarm company advising that contact had been made with the keyholder and the residence was secured.

Units responded to a call in reference to information on a theft at 13654 Eastlake at the WB Liquors store. Officers received information from employees to supplement a report.

A loose K9 was reported in the area of 300 Brill. Officers made contact with the owner of the K9 and were advised accordingly.

Officers responded to a domestic issue in the 200 block of Barrel Cactus. Upon arrival, units met with all parties involved and gathered information. Officers determined the issue was verbal only and parties were separated.

Horizon City Police officers advised of a motor vehicle accident with injuries near the intersection of Horizon Blvd and Darrington Rd. First responders attended patients on scene and officers gathered information. Two patients were transported to a local hospital and a report was generated.

September 25: Two Arrests

Officers conducted a routine traffic stop in the area of Horizon and Thea Smith. Upon routine checkup the officer was advised that the subject had warrants out of our agency. Subject was later processed booked into the county jail and a report was generated.

Officers responded to the area of Ashford and Horzion reference a reckless driver. Units arrived to the area and were unable to locate the vehicle and the area checked okay.

A Business alarm call was reported at the Burger King. Officers arrived on scene and cheeked the area, it was determined by responding officers that the call was reference to a false alarm.

One subject was arrested after turning them self’s in at this station. Subject was later found wanted out of our agency and was later processed and booked to the El Paso County Annex.

A suspicious vehicle was reported in the neighborhood of Alderwood Manor and Glendive. Vehicle was gone upon officers arrival. Responding officer made contact with reporting party who was advised accordingly.

Officers were dispatched to a noise disturbance in the area of Scobey and Carson. Officers were able to locate the home were the noise was coming from and advised the home owner accordingly.

September 24: No Arrests

A noise disturbance was reported in the area of 14000 Cow Tongue. Officers arrived and made contact with the homeowner and they were advised to lower the music.

Officers patrolling the area of 400 Las Palomas advised of a loud party. Citations were issued to the homeowner in reference to noise disturbance.

Units responded to a call in the 14000 block of Warren Belin in reference to information on a vehicle theft. After speaking with the owner, it was determined that not enough information was available to generate a report.

We received a call in reference to a residential alarm in the area of 14000 Roslyn. Officers arrived quickly and were able to make contact with a family member at the residence. It was determined to be a false alarm and the area checked okay.

Officers assisted first responders at 121 N Kenazo in reference to a sick person at the Horizon Vista Grocery store. Officers made contact with the reporting party and first responders checked for injuries. Everything checked okay and no patients were transported.

Units were dispatched to the area of 14000 Donny Murray in reference to a subject disturbance. The reporting party advised of several juvenile subjects throwing objects. Officers met with all parties involved and they were advised accordingly.

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