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6/25/2013 10:10:00 AM
Williams 911: week of June 26
Williams-Grand Canyon News


The Williams Police Department (WPD) answered the following calls for service -

• Officers responded to a verbal argument call on Fulton Ave., the parties were separated

• Officers responded to a mental health issue at a local RV park;

• Officers responded to a barking dog on Fifth St.;

• Officers responded to a car blocking a driveway on Wells Fargo St.;

• Officers responded to an alarm on Seventh St.;

• Officers responded to a forest fire on Wells Fargo St., and Stockmens Ave., two juvenile arson suspects were identified and turned over to United States Forest Service;

• Officers responded to a domestic call on Golden Meadows, officers only found a drunk woman at the scene;

• Officers took a report of lost property on Route 66;

• Officers responded to a man who lost consciousness at a local hotel swimming pool, Lifeline transported the man to a hospital;

• Officers responded to a car blocking the alley on Sheridan Ave.;

• Officers cited a subject for illegally blocking a fire hydrant on Second St., and Route 66;

• Officers responded to a post office mail truck that showed up after hours;

• Officers responded to a transient drinking on Grand Canyon Blvd, the subject was removed from the area;

• Officers responded to a call about a cow that was hit by a train;

• Officers responded to a reckless driver on Sixth St.;

• Officers responded to a suspicious person at a local hotel.

• Officers responded to a call about a child locked in a car on First St., the vehicle was gone when officers arrived;

• Officers responded to a disturbance on Seventh St., a verbal warning was issued and the parties were separated;

• Officers took a report of suspicious activity on Tenth St.;

• Officers took in found property on Route 66;

• Officers responded to solicitors on Quarter Horse Ave, the subjects were gone when officers arrived;

• Officers responded to a call about motorcycles racing on Hereford Ave., the motorcycles were gone when officers arrived;

• Officers dealt with a camper who was locked out of a Forest Service road where his camp was, the matter was turned over to the Forest Service;

• Officers responded and investigated the natural death of an elderly man at KOA;

• Officers responded to juvenile issues on Homestead Ave.;

• Officers responded to an open gate at Range Ave.;

• Officers responded to suspicious activity on Ninth St.;

• Officers responded to a suspicious person on Fifth St.;

• Officers responded to someone trespassing on Wells Fargo St.;

• Officers responded to an alarm on Seventh St.;

• Officers took a report of an accident on private property on Route 66;

• Officers responded to a fight at a local bar, two men were assaulted but no one would press charges;

• Officers responded to a trespasser at apartments on Rodeo Road;

• Officers responded to horses loose on Rodeo Road;

• Officers assisted Lifeline on Edison Ave.;

• Officers assisted the Department of Public Safety with a non-injury accident on the Hwy 161 and I-40 off ramp.

• Officers responded to a mental health situation on Grant Ave.;

• Officers assisted the Fire Department with a small brush fire on Seventh St.;

• Officers responded to suspicious activity on Sixth St.;

• Officers assisted the Peoria Police Department with a report on Sheridan Ave.;

• Officers took a report for lost property on Route 66;

• Officers took a report for criminal damage done to a car on Grand Canyon Blvd.;

• Officers took a report of an assault that occurred during the rodeo dance;

• Officers took a report of found property on Clover Hill;

• Officers responded to a fight on Grant Ave.; the subject was gone when officers arrived;

• Officers responded to several types of dog calls;

• Officers assisted Lifeline at several locations;

• Officers responded to a disturbance at a local hotel;

• Officers took a report of stolen gas at a gas station;

• Officers took a report of animal cruelty at the rodeo grounds;

• Officers responded to a disturbance on Grant Ave., a verbal warning was issued and the parties were separated;

• Officers took a criminal damage report on Fairview Ave.;

• Officers took a criminal damage report at a local hotel;

• Officers arrested a man for a DUI on Rodeo Road and Route 66;

• Officers dealt with several open containers downtown;

• Officers dealt with several underage drinking calls;

• Officers dealt with subjects urinating in public;

• Officers responded to a broken water line on Seventh St.;

• Officers assisted the Department of Public Safety with a non-injury accident involving an elk and a car on I-40;

• Officers responded to a domestic call at a local hotel, a verbal warning was issued;

• Officers responded to rowdy subjects at a local restaurant; .

• Officers assisted Coconino County Sheriff's Office with a car stop, the driver ran from officers;

• Officers investigated a non-injury accident on Fifth St., and Route 66;

• Officers responded to a fight on Edison Ave., the suspect left the area and will be charged with threatening behavior;

• Officers took a report of a stolen bike on Sheridan Ave.;

• Officers responded to a suspicious death on First St.;

• Officers responded to a drunk man passed out at the wrong camp site at Kaibab Ave., officers took him to his camp site;

• Officers responded to a mental health issue on Grant Ave.;

• Officers took a report of a counterfeit bill used at a local business;

• Officers responded to a fight on Grant Ave., subjects were gone when officers arrived;

• Officers issued 7 citations and gave out 24 warnings.

Anyone with any information is urged to call the WPD at (928) 635-4461. Anonymous tips can be left at any time at (928) 635-5992. Those who want to report a crime while remaining anonymous, can also call Silent Witness at (928) 774-6111 or (877) 29-CRIME. Silent Witness offers rewards of as much as $1,000 for information that leads to an arrest.




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