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Williams 911: Week of Aug. 17

The Williams Police Department answered the following calls for service -

• Officers dealt with a mental health issue on Ninth.

• Officers assisted with an injury accident on Interstate 40.

• Officers responded to juveniles trespassing on Sixth.

• Officers assisted a female with changing a tire on Quarterhorse.

• Officers responded to suspicious activity on Morse.

• Officers took a report of a dog bite on Locust.

• Officers conducted a welfare check on Oak.

• Officers responded to three pit bulls loose on Grant.

• Officers responded to domestic violence on Edison. A male was arrested for assault.

• Officers responded to gunshots on Tabor. Nothing was found in the area.

• Officers took a report of a runaway juvenile.

• Officers assisted Life Line on Grand Canyon Boulevard.

• Officers responded to a business on Route 66 in reference to shoplifting. A male was arrested for shoplifting.

• Officers assisted Life Line on Route 66.

• Officers responded to dog problems on Grant.

• Officers responded to a stolen vehicle on Fulton. The truck was found on Grand Canyon Boulevard.

• Officers arrested a male for an outstanding warrant on Route 66.

• Officers found a juvenile reported as a runaway the prior night.

• Officers assisted the Department of Public Safety with a drug arrest on I-40.

• Officers responded to an alarm at a restaurant on Route 66.

• Officers assisted Life Line on Route 66, First and Sixth.

• Officers responded to a suspicious person on Railroad.

• Officers took a report of the identity theft of a Social Security number.

• Officers responded to a fight on a tour bus on Grand Canyon Boulevard. The disruption was verbal and the parties were sent on their way.

• Officers conducted a welfare check on Sheridan.

• Officers responded to a suspicious person and activity on Edison.

• Officers responded to a truck running during early morning hours on Ninth.

• Officers responded to littering at Buckskinner. An officer found one bottle and put it in the trash.

• Officers responded to a motor home fire on I-40.

• Officers responded to a restaurant in reference to a man that fell. The man refused medical treatment. Officers helped him up.

• Officers responded to Kaibab Lake in reference to child abuse. Officers found no abuse. A mother had spanked her child.

• Officers took a report of a private property accident.

• Officers responded to Sixth in reference to a fight. Two males were arrested for disorderly conduct.

• Officers took a report of a non-injury accident at Dogtown Lake.

• Officers responded to Burbank in reference to shots fired. Officers found fireworks.

• Officers responded to several loose dogs calls.

• Officers assisted with a funeral escort.

• Officers responded to suspicious activity on Sixth.

• Officers assisted Life Line at several locations.

• Officers responded to a child custody issue on Homestead.

• Officers responded to an alarm on Rodeo.

• Officers took a report of criminal damage at a gas station on Railroad.

• Officers responded to a report of a large amount of blood in a hotel room. Officers found a subject with a hand injury.

• Officers investigated a non-injury accident at a construction site.

• Officers dealt with a civil matter at a restaurant.

• Officers responded to a speeding car on Grant.

• Officers issued nine citations and gave out 28 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 that 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 up to $1,000 for information that leads to an arrest.

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