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7/1/2014 11:25:00 AM
Williams 911: week of July 2
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The Williams Police Department (WPD) answered the following calls for service (among others) -

• Officers assisted Lifeline at various locations;

• Officers took a private property accident report on Rodeo Road;

• Officers responded to dogs howling on Fulton Avenue. The dogs' owner took care of the issue;

• Officers separated the people involved in a verbal argument on Route 66;

• Officers responded to an alarm on Lakeview Avenue;

• Officers responded to a parking issue on Third Street;

• Officers responded to a child who was found wandering on Route 66. The parents were located and the child was returned to them.

• Officers investigated a non-injury accident at Cataract Park;

• Officers responded to a suspicious person near the airport but nothing was found in the area;

• Officers arrested a man for indecent exposure after he was found masturbating in a local fast food restaurant's parking lot;

• Officers took a report of shed burglary on Tenth Street;

• Officers responded to a suspicious person on Grand Canyon Boulevard;

• Officers took a theft report on Route 66;

• Officers responded to a water complaint and turned the complaint over to city hall;

• Officers arrested a man for driving with a suspended license on Grand Canyon Boulevard;

• Officers responded to a disturbance on Boyd Avenue but the subject was gone when officers arrived;

• Officers took a private property accident report on Route 66;

• Officers responded to a mental health issue on Edison Avenue;

• Officers responded to an alarm on Frank Way;

• Officers investigated a non-injury accident on First Street and Route 66;

• Officers responded to an open fire on Lakeview Avenue. The fire was in a pit and a water hose was near it;

• Officers responded to a man on the railroad tracks on Seventh Street and the Coconino County Sheriff's Office;

• Officers responded to a mountain lion spotted in the 400 block of Meade Avenue. The mountain lion was spotted by the officer. The lion ran into the forest;

• Officers responded to a disturbance at a local hotel. The subjects, who were intoxicated, were told to go inside and quiet down and they complied;

• Officers took in found property at Clover Hill;

• Officers responded to dog locked in a car at a local grocery store. The car was found with the air on;

• Officers responded to a civil matter at a local hotel;

• Officers took a private property accident report at a local hotel;

• Officers responded to suspicious activity on Third Street;

• Officers investigated a non-injury accident on Grand Canyon Boulevard;

• Officers dealt with an intoxicated man on Third Street and Route 66;

• Officers took a criminal damage report on Slagel Avenue;

• Officers conducted a welfare check on Sherman Avenue;

• Officers investigated a non-injury car versus deer accident on Cataract; and

• Officers issued seven citations and gave out 27 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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