Williams 911: Week of Feb. 1, 2012
The Williams Police Department answered the following calls for service -
The Williams Police Department has taken three different calls of people trying to scam the elderly Hispanic community. They do this by saying they are relatives from California, but will not say who they are until the victims give them information on who they could be. The scammers say they are on their way to visit from California, but then several hours later, claim to have an emergency and need money wired to them via Western Union.
Officers dealt with a juvenile issue on Sixth.
Officers responded to an alarm on Pine Meadows.
Officers responded to an alarm on Grand Canyon Boulevard.
Officers responded to a dispute on Sherman, which turned out to be a civil issue.
Officers conducted a citizen assist on Rodeo.
Officers responded to a neighbor complaint on Morse.
Officers responded to a verbal argument on Route 66. The parties were separated.
Officers responded to a burglary at a hotel. The suspects stayed in rooms while the hotel closed. The suspects have been identified.
Officers and animal control responded to loose dog calls.
Officers conducted a welfare check on Edison.
Officers responded to an alarm on Franklin.
Officers responded to suspicious activity on Route 66.
Officers assisted the Coconino County Sheriff's Office with locating a domestic violence suspect.
Officers took in found property at a hotel.
Officers assisted the Department of Public Safety with a semi possibly on fire on Interstate 40.
Officers took a report of juveniles becoming ill from a chili additive on Seventh.
Officers responded to a trespasser on Sixth.
Officers arrested a female on Route 66 for a warrant and possession of marijuana.
Officers responded to an intoxicated female on Third and Route 66. She was given a ride home.
Officers arrested a male for a felony warrant on Grant.
Officers took a report of a theft of pain pills on Homestead.
Officers responded to a domestic on Homestead. A male was arrested for assault.
Officers arrested a male for extreme DUI on First and Grant.
Officers responded to a domestic on Seventh. A male was arrested for domestic violence assault. A large quantity of marijuana was retrieved from the scene. A female was charged with possession of marijuana.
Officers took a report of a disturbance on Grant.
Officers issued six citations and gave out 26 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.