As July draws to a close, the men and women of the Horizon City Police Department continued their never-ending job of keeping us all safe and sound.
Check out the tasks and see exactly how our HCPD kept us all safe.
July 30: No Report Yet
July 29: One Arrests
Units responded to a noise disturbance in the area of Desert Silver and Paseo Del Este. Officers met with a homeowner at a residence in the area and they were advised accordingly.
Vandalism was reported in the area of 13000 Veny Webb. Extra patrol was requested in this neighborhood and will be provided.
One person was arrested following a domestic disturbance near 200 Lago Grande. Officers made contact with two parties and arrested one subject. The subject was then processed and booked into the downtown jail.
A call was received in reference to a residential alarm in the 14000 block if Flowering Cactus. Units checked the residence and determined it was a false alarm. The home was secured and surrounding neighborhoods were determined to be safe.
July 28: No Arrests
Out at 14999 Darrington at the HCPD station we received a walk-in reference to fraud. Officer made contact with reporting party and obtained necessary information, a report was generated.
Officers were dispatched to a motor vehicle accident in the area of Horizon and Darrington. Officers arrived on scene and were able to remove vehicles of road way. A report was generated and units cleared shortly after.
A verbal domestic was reported in the neighborhood of Oppossum. Units arrived on scene and met with both parties, parties were separated and advised units cleared shortly.
A vehicle lockout was reported in the Walmart parking lot. A unit was dispatch and was able to open the vehicle.
July 27: Two Arrests
A fire alarm call was reported in the neighborhood of Katherine and Bryce, HCPD units along with the Fire Department were dispatch. After checking the area first responder’s advised home owner to switch out alarm batteries, call was reference to a false alarm.
Out at 14999 Darrington at the HCPD station we received a walk-in reference a wanted subject. Officers met with subject, subject was later booked in the County Annex.
A theft information call was reported at the HCPD station. Officers met with reporting party and were able to gather all necessary information. A report was generated and officer cleared shorty after.
A suspicious subject was reported in the area of Desert Mesa and Horizon, Units responding were able to locate the subject. Subject was checked and ran on the system, a report was generated for public intoxication and subject was cited.
Officers in the area of Darrington and Roslyn conducted a traffic stop, subject was ran on system and officer was advised on subject having warrants with HCMC. Driver was followed to Horizon Police Department where he then posted bond and was released.
July 26: One Arrest
A passerby called the station reference to a juvenile walking on Eastlake at around 03:00 in the morning was concerned for the well-being of that juvenile, a unit was dispatched to make contact with juvenile. After locating the juvenile parents were contacted to pick up juvenile. Juvenile was taken to the Horizon City Police Station to await for parents arrival. Officer met with responsible party advised then juvenile was released to parent.
Officers assisted a Horizon resident with a civil escort. Reporting party advised husband will be staying at the residence. Homeowner will be leaving the home and only wants to pick up belongings from home. Civil escort was complete with the officer’s assistance and reporting party was advised.
In the 13900 block of Horizon officers stopped to check a vehicle with some damage. While checking the vehicle owner of vehicle arrived and was ran on the system and came back wanted by our agency. Driver was followed to Horizon Police where he then posted bond and was released.
July 25: One Arrest
One subject was arrested following a report of shoplifting at 13900 Horizon at the Walmart store. Officers met with loss prevention personnel and arrested and processed one subject in reference to theft. The subject was later booked into the downtown jail.
Units responded to a report of criminal mischief in the neighborhood of 13000 Primrose. Officers met with the reporting party and gathered information. Extra patrol was requested in the area and will be provided.
Officers were dispatched to a domestic disturbance in the 400 block of Cutler. Officers met with two subjects and determined the issue was verbal only. Both parties were separated and advised accordingly.
A call was received in reference to a residential alarm in the area of 14000 Highweed. Officers checked the residence and determined it would be a false alarm. The residence was secured and surrounding areas were determined to be safe.
July 24: No Arrests
A subject disturbance was reported in the desert area of Horizon Blvd and Ashford St. The reporting party advised of a subject that walked out from the desert looking suspicious. Officers arrived quickly and met with the subject. The subject and area checked okay.
A vehicle disturbance was reported on the 800 block of Desert Moon. Officers attempted to locate vehicle, however officers were unable to locate. They met with the reporting party and was advised.
Officers were dispatched to a commercial alarm on the 13600 block of Eastlake. Officers checked the building and surrounding areas and determined the call was in reference to a false alarm. The surrounding areas checked okay and were determined to be safe.
Out in the 14700 block of Mountain Breeze, a vehicle disturbance call was made. The officers responded to the call and met with the subjects. The subjects and vehicle checked okay, were advised, and released to responsible parties.
While patrolling the 14200 block of Desert Cloud officers noticed an open garage door of a house. The officers made contact with the home owner, everything checked okay and the home owners were advised.
July 23: One Arrest
Officers responded to the intersection of Horizon BLVD and Darrington RD, in reference to an abandoned vehicle call. Upon arrival the officers found the vehicle to be occupied by a subject. The officers conducted a standardized field sobriety tests. The subj was found to be intoxicated and was booked into the county jail for DWI.
In the 14000 block of Lago Seco a call reference a suspicious subject was received. The reporting party requested assistance for a subject who was in front of their house. The subject was gone when officers arrived. HCPD met with the reporting party and received information. Upon searching the area officers made contact with the subject, the subject checked ok and was escorted to HCPD to await a responsible party. The subject was released to responsible party.
HCPD responded to a call reference to a noise disturbance in the 700 block of Maravillas. The officers made contact with the offending party. The party was advised and the HCPD cleared the scene.
HCPD received a call reference to a residential alarm in the 16000 block of Elmo. The officers arrived and checked the residence. The home owner arrived and met with HCPD officers. The residence was found to be secure and checked ok.
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