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2/4/2014 10:02:00 AM
Williams 911: week of Feb. 5
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The Williams Police Department (WPD) answered the following calls for service (among others) -

• Officers responded to an alarm on Route 66 at a local business;

• Officers responded to a disturbance on Sheridan Ave.and issued a verbal warning and separated those involved;

• Officers assisted a man who fell inside a home on Hereford Ave.;

• Officers investigated a non-injury accident on Hereford Ave.;

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

• Officers took in found property on Fifth St.;

• Officers took a criminal damage report to a vehicle on First St.;

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

• Officers responded to an alarm on Route 66;

• Officers spotted a man trying to hide from officers and found the man had marijuana and prescription pills. The suspect also carried burglary tools and had just been released from California Department of Corrections. Officers arrested the man for drugs and possession of burglary tools. On the night shift officers found a stolen vehicle from California in the parking lot of the visitors center. A detective is working on the case;

• Officers responded to people setting off homemade bombs on Country Club Ave. The Coconino County Sheriff's Office is working the case;

• Officers responded to a fight on Grant Ave., no prosecutions were desired and there were no witnesses, one subject was treated by Lifeline;

• Officers responded to a lost dog on Sheridan Ave.and returned the dog to its owner;

• Officers responded to a suspicious vehicle on Garland Prairie;

• Officers made contact with a suspicious man at Cureton Park;

• Officers responded to juveniles smoking marijuana behind a local grocery store, a subject was found to have tobacco and was cited for a violation;

• Officers assisted juvenile probation with taking a subject on intense probation into custody after a short foot chase;

• Officers responded to dog calls in the city;

• Officers dealt with a neighbor dispute on Fulton Ave.;

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

• Officers took a report after a car was egged on Route 66;

• Officers responded to a trespasser on Rodeo Ave.;

• Officers responded to a fight on Second St. and Route 66, a verbal warning was issued and the parties were separated;

• Officers responded to theft of a purse at a local grocery store, a suspect was identified and arrested on Meade Ave., the purse was recovered;

• Officers assisted Lifeline at several locations in the city;

• Officers responded to several dog calls in the city;

• Officers took a report of a private property accident at a local restaurant;

• Officers responded to a private property accident at a local grocery store;

• Officers responded to a panic alarm on Seventh St.;

• Officers took a phone harassment report on Route 66;

• Officers responded to a fight on Edison Ave., the suspect was gone when officers arrived;

• Officers responded to a juvenile issue on Railroad Ave.;

• Officers responded to a fire on Rodeo Road and Quarterhorse Ave., the fire department dealt with the fire;

• Officers responded to a domestic call on Fulton Ave., a verbal warning was issued and the parties were separated; and

• Officers issued seven citations and gave out 14 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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