Williams 911: Week of May 11, 2011
The Williams Police Department answered the following calls for service -
Officers took a criminal damage report on Sixth. Officers caught the juvenile suspects. The victim only wanted the suspects to clean up damage.
Officers took a report of a car burglary behind a fast food restaurant.
Officers gave a class to a campground host.
Officers recovered a stolen vehicle out of California.
Officers took a report of an attempted sexual assault.
Officers responded to a verbal domestic. The parties were separated.
Officers responded to a 911 hang up call at a hotel.
Officers took a report of a stolen vehicle on Fulton.
Officers took another stolen vehicle report on Fulton.
Officers took a report of a vehicle burglary on Fulton.
Officers investigated a non-injury accident on Fourth and Route 66.
Officers arrested a male juvenile for two car burglaries.
Officers conducted a civil stand by on 11th.
Officers responded to a tree that split in half on Grant.
Officers assisted with a backhoe that broke down on Grand Canyon Boulevard.
Officers dealt with a transient on Route 66.
Officers dealt with several RVs that were camping within the city.
Officers took a report of harassment on Franklin.
Officers took in found drug paraphernalia at a hotel.
Officers and animal control responded to several dog calls.
Officers arrested a male for a warrant on Route 66.
Officers arrested a male for a warrant on Railroad.
Officers responded to a domestic on Sherman. A male was arrested for criminal damage.
Officers responded to a fire on Torrey Pines. The fire was in a pit.
Officers took a report of the theft of a credit card on Wells Fargo.
Officers took a report of a lost purse on Route 66.
Officers responded to an attempted abduction on Pine.
Officers assisted a motorist with a flat tire on Route 66.
Officers cited a Chino Valley man for the illegal use of trash containers at a fast food restaurant.
Officers took a report of a private property accident on Route 66.
Officers assisted Life Line at a hotel.
Officers responded to a suspicious vehicle on Grant.
Officers issued six 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 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.