Horizon City Police Department Blotter: Week of June 4 through 10th

Another week gone by, and another safe one thanks to the men and women of the HCPD. Take a look at all they did this week via the official police blotter.

June 10th: No Arrests

A subject disturbance was reported at the 4th & goal. Reporting party advised subject did not want to pay. Officers arrived on scene and subjected was released to responsible party.

A burglary of a vehicle was reported in the block of Stephanotis. Responsible Party advised gun was stolen from vehicle. Officers spoke with reporting party, after investigating officers generated a report.

A burglary of habitation was reported in the 15000 block of Ashford. Homeowner advised of someone breaking in and stealing two Televisions. Officers arrived on scene gathered information and a report was generated.

Officers responded to a verbal domestic issue in the 15000 block of Horizon. Officers made contact with both involved parties to further question the incident. Male and female parties were separated.

Officers responded to a theft that had just occurred, out at 14432 Rudi Kuefner at the gas station Las Banderas. Employee advised of a beer run, officers arrived on scene to gather information and generate a report.

June 9th: No Arrests

Two juveniles were reported to be causing a disturbance in the area of Desierto Bello. The reporting party advised that they were opening vehicles doors. Officers made contact with the two juveniles and were released to detention officers.

An assault was reported in the area of Desert Mesquite. The reporting party advised cousin was assaulted. The officers responded to the scene and met with the reporting party. The officers gathered information and a report was generated.

A burglary of a portable was reported at the Frank Macias Elementary School. Officers arrived at to location, after investigating a report was generated.

A subject disturbance was reported at the Peter Piper Pizza. Reporting party advised that subject had a firearm. Officers arrived on scene and advised subject to leave the area.

June 8th: One Arrest

A subject was driving recklessly on a three wheel vehicle in the area of Alderwood Manor and Ashford. Vehicles were honking at the vehicle while the subject was driving in and out of traffic. The officers met with the subject was advised them accordingly.

A concerned caller reported a subject speeding through the area of Bryce on a dirt bike. The caller advised that subject may be driving at a high rate of speed. The officers responded to the call and made an attempt to locate the subject.

One juvenile was detained for having an illegal weapon in his possession in the 3600 block of Clancey. The juvenile was transported to the juvenile detention center for processing.

A suspicious vehicle was reported driving in the area of Lago Seco. The officers made contact with the subject and they were advised to leave the area.

June 7th: No Arrests

Officers responded to a domestic issue in the Desierto Bello neighborhood involving two males. Officers made contact with both involving parties to further question the incident. Both males were separated and the officers determined the incident as a non-criminal family violence.

Horizon Police Officers responded to a call at the Desert Hills Elementary School reference to a theft. Officers met with the reporting party to further question and investigate the incident. Officers gathered all the information necessary in order to generate a report.

Officers responded to a welfare check reference to an elderly man in the 400 block of Mercer. First responders arrived and the man checked okay and was taken to his residence with a responsible party.

A burglary was reported in the area of Nuevo Desierto. Officers went and checked the area and gathered information in order to generate a report.

June 6th: No Arrests

Officers were dispatched to our Horizon Police Department reference to a Horizon City civilian reporting lost property. The officer responding obtained all information and generated a report.

A hit and run was reported in the neighborhood of Teichelkamp and Antwerp. Officers checked the area but were unable to locate the vehicle that left. Officers obtained all necessary information and created a report.

A subject disturbance was reported near the area of Horizon and Duanesburg. Caller advised that a subject was walking through traffic. Officers responded and checked the area but were unable to locate the subject.

Officers responded to the area of Golf View and Alderwood Manor reference noise disturbance. The caller advised that dogs were barking on a consistent basis. The officer advised the dog owner of the ongoing issue.

June 5th: No Arrests

Horizon police officers responded to a call at the Frank Macias Elementary School reference to a burglary of a school portable. Officers met with the school security to further question and investigate the incident. Officers gathered all information necessary in order to generate a report.

Officers responded to a verbal domestic issue in the Desert Yucca neighborhood involving a male and female. Officers made contact with both involving parties to further question the incident. Both male and female were separated and officers determined the incident as a non-criminal family violence verbal issue.

A call was received in concerned to a citizen advising of a man claiming he had been hearing voices in his head to hurt people. All units available responded to male’s residence where they had made contact with him. After further questioning of the male officers deemed the male to have been a danger to himself and/or others. HCPD units transported the male subject to the nearest accepting hospital as the male was under an Emergency Detention Order for the safety of himself and others.

Officers were dispatched out to a call that was reported for a male subject asking a resident to call the police. Soon after the caller advised the male subject had walked away in the Anderpont and Horizon neighborhood. Units quickly responded and searched for the subject in the area, however, were unable to locate the male.

HCPD officers responded to an incident involving criminal activity of vandalizing a resident’s vehicle. The car owner requested to speak with the officers to make a report. On-scene units gathered all pertinent information in order to generate a report.

June 4th: No Arrests

A fire alarm was reported in the area of Golden Eagle and Orchid. HCPD assisted the Horizon Fire Department, after investigating both department concluded everything was okay and there was no danger.

Horizon City Police Department assisted Horizon Fire Department along with Life Ambulance to a medical call reported in the neighborhood of Pete La Rue and Darrington. One person was transported to Sierra Providence East.

A burglary of vehicle was reported at the Peter Piper Pizza parking lot. Officers arrived to location, after investigating a report was generated.

A motor vehicle accident was reported in the 14000 block of Darrington. HCPD assisted along with The Socorro Fire Department and Life Ambulance. Vehicles were moved out of road way, patient refusals were obtain and a full report was generated.

Assistance was requested in the 160 block of Horizon reference keys locked inside vehicle.
Officers arrived to the location and were able to successfully unlock the vehicle.

Previous week’s blotter HERE

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