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Police Blotter: January 17-23, 2021

January 28, 2021


January 17 - 23, 2021






Weekly Arrests 
(Includes cite/released):
30 Homicide        0
Weekly Calls for Service: 1,683 Assault—Great Bodily Injury 4
Weekly Reports Taken:222 Burglary— Nonresidential  1
Weekly Complaints
(against HPD):
0 Burglary—Residential  0
Weekly Calls Received:4.839   Theft  25

This data is subject to change and based on crimes that were reported to have occurred during the time frame of this report. 

Some reports may yet to be initiated and/or reclassified during investigations.                                                                                                                      

                 Theft from Auto  21
Robbery  8
Vehicle Theft  37
Mental Health Calls  7
Reports of Gunfire  5

Significant Incidents

Vehicle Accident: On 1/17/2021, at 12:32 PM, officers responded to a collision in the area of Lone Tree Pl. and Folsom Ave. A juvenile was struck by a car and transported to a local hospital.  (Report #2021-002893)

Shooting: On 1/18/2021, at 9:03 AM, a shooting occurred over the weekend in the 900 block of Zephyr Ave. Upon arrival, a business reported property damage. (Report #2021-003029)

Domestic Violence: On 1/19/2021, at 11:40 AM, a domestic violence incident occurred in the 900 block of Leonardo Way. Officers responded and arrested the suspect. (Report #2021-003262) 

Mental Health:  On 1/19/2021, at 2:12 PM, police received a call reporting indecent exposure. Officers located the man walking in the middle of the street. He was detained and transported to a psychiatric facility for evaluation. (Report #2021-003291)

Mental Health: On 1/20/2021, at 3:52 PM, officers responded to the 27000 Ormond Ave. regarding a welfare check on a subject. The woman was found to meet the criteria for being a danger to herself or others. The Community Assessment & Transport Team (CATT) responded to take custody. (Report #2021-003465)

Sideshow: On 1/20/2021, at 11:02 PM, approximately 100 cars were reported doing sideshow activity in the 31000 block of Mission Blvd. Officers arrested one person and towed a vehicle. (Report #2021-003508)

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