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Williams 911: week of Nov. 23

The Williams Police Department (WPD) answered the following calls for service (among others) —

• Officers responded to domestic disturbance on St. Andrews Ave. verbal only parties separated.

• Officers responded to suspicious activity in alley at fourth and Grant Ave., nothing found in area.

• Officers responded to sighting of mountain lion at Pine St. and Sherman Ave.

• Officers took report of burglary/theft at ski lodge, unknown date when occurred.

• Officers responded to injured javelina on Torrey Pines, javelina was gone upon arrival.

• Officers responded to 911 hang up on ninth and Route 66, nothing found in area.

• Officers responded to disturbance at local hotel, subject trespassed from area.

• Officers responded to female hanging out in lobby of hotel, subject given ride away from hotel.

• Officers arrested a male for driving suspended on Ninth St. and Route 66.

• Officers assisted with bringing in Christmas tree.

• Officers responded to intoxicated male at the Senior Center, subject removed.

• Officers responded to logging trucks speeding on Fourth St., radar ran in area.

• Officers assisted in the arrest of a male who had a valid felony warrant on Homestead.

• Officers took report of possible violation of court order on Fifth St.

• Officers conducted welfare check on First St.

• Officers responded to medical call at local hotel, turned over to Lifeline.

• Officers investigated non injury accident on Rodeo Rd. and Airport Rd.

• Officers took report of private property accident on Second St. and Railroad Ave.

• Officers issued five citations and gave out nine 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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