Horizon City Police Department Blotter for July 15th through 22nd

With July almost done, and August and back to school looming, the men and women of the Horizon City Police Department again kept the High Desert safe and sound.

Check out their deeds in this week’s police blotter.

July 22nd: No Arrests

Officers were dispatched to a business alarm call at the Horizon Exxon. Upon arrival officers checked exterior and interior also made contact with employees, everything checked okay was a false alarm.

A noise disturbance call was reported in the neighborhood of Roslyn and Mel Cole. Officers were dispatched and were able to locate were the noise was coming from, homeowners were advised.

Officers along with Horizon Fire and Life Ambulance were dispatched to a medical call in the area of Horizon and Lago Este. Patient was transported to the nearest medical center by Life Ambulance.

A vehicle disturbance was reported in the neighborhood of Barrel Cactus and Texas Rainbow. Officers attempted to locate vehicle, however officers were unable to locate.

Officers responded to a vehicle blocking call that was reported in the 14000 block of Desert Wildflower. On arrival officers were able to contact vehicle owner, vehicle was removed and citations were issued.

July 21st: No Arrests

During a traffic stop in the area of 13000 Horizon, our officers advised of reckless drivers in the area. Additional units responded and made contact with those vehicles. Citations were issued and a report was generated.

Units responded to a burglary of habitation in progress in the 15000 block of Werling. Units responded quickly and made contact with subjects outside of a residence. Officers determined no burglary was taking place and surrounding neighborhoods were determined to be safe.

A subject disturbance was reported at 14300 Horizon at the Walgreens store. The reporting party advised of a subject inside the store refusing to leave. Officers arrived quickly but the subject was gone prior to arrival. The business checked okay.

July 20th: No Report

July 19th: No Arrests

A domestic issue was reported in the 14000 block of Horizon Blvd. Upon arrival, officers met with the reporting party who advised of a verbal argument. Information was received and both parties were advised.

Our officers went out to a call on the 13600 block of Eastlake Blvd regarding a commercial burglary alarm. The officers arrived and checked the business. The area and business checked okay.

We received a call for criminal mischief on the block of 14100 Blair in reference to equipment that had been vandalized. Our officers went out and checked the business. Upon arrival, our officers met with the reporting party and a report was generated.

Officers conducted a traffic stop on the 14500 block of Horizon Blvd. The driver came back wanted by our agency, the vehicle was followed to Horizon City Police Department to post bond. The subject posted bond and was released.

Out in the desert area of 14300 Desert Cactus, our officers responded to a call referencing shots being fired. Our officers went out and located the subjects in the desert area. Subjects checked okay and were advised to go further into the desert.

July 18th: No Arrests

A domestic issue was reported in the 1000 block of Catham. Upon arrival, officers met with the reporting party who advised of a verbal argument. Information was received from the reporting party and the second subject was gone upon arrival.

Graffiti was reported in the area of Marburn and S Kenazo. Officers made contact with the reporting party and a report was generated.

Horizon Police and Horizon Fire responded to a brush fire in the area of 15000 Marburn. The fire department extinguished the fire and officers gathered information. All surrounding areas were determined to be safe and no injuries were reported.

A concerned caller advised of several subjects at 14400 Golden Eagle at Frank Macias Elementary School crossing onto private property. Officers made contact with several juveniles and no damages were reported.

A fight in progress was reported at 13700 Eastlake at Wing Daddy’s restaurant. The caller advised of several subjects in the parking lot arguing. The argument dispersed before unit’s arrival. Officers spoke with a manager at the restaurant who advised all subjects had left and everything checked okay at this location.

July 17th: No Arrests

While patrolling the 14200 block of Desert Bush officers noticed an open garage door of a house. The officers made contact with the home owner, everything checked ok and the home owners were advised.

A 911 hang-up call was received from the 170 block of Cholla. Officers responded to the address and were able to make contact with the parties. Officers determined that mutual combat had taken place the parties were separated with one being transported to a local hospital, officers cleared the scene.

A call was received for two loose k9’s in the 14000 block of cow Tongue. HCPD officers assisted animal control to contain the k9’s. The officers and animal control cleared the scene.

HCPD responded to a call in reference to a vehicle being vandalized over the night. Officers found that the rear window to the reporting party’s vehicle had been broken. The owner refused to file a report. Officers received the information and cleared the scene.

July 16th: One Arrest

Our officers responded to a call on 13900 block of Blooming Desert regarding a welfare check. Upon their arrival our officers spoke with both parties. Male half was in violation of protected order and was later booked at County Jail.

We received call on the 400 block of Katherine regarding a domestic disturbance. Our officers met with both parties. Both parties checked okay. Both male and female halves were advised and separated.

At the 13900 block of Horizon Blvd, our officers responded to a medical call and assisted Life ambulance. The patient was transported to a local hospital.

Our officers responded to a call in the area of 13900 Roslyn referencing a motor vehicle accident. Upon arrival, our officers advised of no injuries and citations were issued.

Our officers went out to a call on the 14500 block of Corby regarding a burglary alarm. The officers arrived and checked the residence. The area and residence checked okay.

July 15th: No Report

Previous HCPD Blotter HERE

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