Mammoth Police Report

According to state law, there are two methods by which police may arrest suspected offenders. The suspect may be physically taken into the department and booked into jail, or the arresting officer may write a citation and release the suspect to appear in court later. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Only criminal citations are listed. All damages are estimates.

Items for this report are submitted by the Mammoth Police Department and reflect information available at the time of the report.

Aug. 15

Caller said gas was stolen from his truck a few days ago. There have been people walking around his neighborhood. He asked if an officer could patrol the area.

Party came into report his daughter’s car was shot at. The 1993 Camry displayed bullet holes in the rear window.

Theft of a pack of cigarettes was reported.

Report of an iPad being stolen out of a truck sometime between Aug. 8 and Aug. 10.

Aug. 17

Party reported her dog jumped on a little girl and knocked her down. Party agreed to have her dog removed from the premises and to find a new home for it.

Disturbance call at the Mammoth Softball Field. Man was intoxicated and said he did not know who hit him.

Reporting party request an officer to address on Cliff Street. She said that her friend’s girlfriend had hit him in the face and scratched him. The girlfriend was gone when officer arrived.

Aug. 19

Report that a glass door and windows at the school gym were broken.

Reporting party came into the station and reported he and his neighbor had seen a ball of fire in the sky over the Galiuro Mountains. Reporting party said that he had seen an airplane or jet flying and all of a sudden it looked like it exploded. The Tucson Airport Authority was called. They referred dispatcher to Davis Monthan Air Force Base. Airman Greg said they had no report of it but will look into it. Airman Greg gave the Public Affairs phone number but said not to call until we hear back from him. Calling party’s neighbor was talked to. He stated “it looked like it might have been a UFO.”

Aug. 20

Mammoth Police Department assisted Constable in serving an eviction notice in the 100 block of Fourth Avenue and evicting the party.

Officer Pendergast of the Florence Police Department called and requested security checks for a subject that lived in Florence but worked in Mammoth. Subject has received death threats from a friend of the family. The suspect knows where the subject works. The suspect has denied making threats.

A Master Card debit card was found on Highway 77 and turned into the Mammoth Police Department.

Aug. 21

Party reported his credit card was stolen and he knows who took it.

Reporting party advised that a female is banging on his 90 year old mother’s door and requesting food, money or work. She has been told that she is not wanted at the residence and not to come back to the property. Party was advised to go to the court and get a restraining order against her.

Reporting party found a black and white bicycle on her property. She reported that the handle bars had been painted red and she had a can of red paint in her back yard. She did not know if it meant anything. Bicycle is at the Mammoth Police Department.

Reporting party called and advised that her son was out of control and she did not want him to come back to the house.

Report of an unwanted person on his property. The kid refused to leave. When officer arrived the kid was gone.

Officer noticed that all the eviction notices were removed and the lights were on at a residence in the 100 block of Fourth Ave. officer believed that the evicted party had returned to the house. Neighbor said that he had seen the evicted party tearing off the eviction notices the day before.

Calls not reported included 10 medical assists, 1 warrant cleared, 1 background check request and 8 requests for fingerprints.

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