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.

Nov. 13

Female reported noises coming from outside her home. She thought someone may be in her yard. Officer responded no one in the area.

Suspicious vehicle reported at Foster’s Lodge. It parked for five minutes, then left. Officer responded. The owners of the vehicle said they were on their way to Tucson looking for a hotel to stay in.

Nov. 15

Traffic stop resulted in an arrest for an outstanding warrant.

Nov. 16

Report of screaming and fighting going on at an address on Galiuro Street. Officer responded and spoke to the parties involved.

Report of a man wearing an orange worker vest and gray pants disturbing the neighborhood dogs.

Report of a counterfeit $20 bill at a store at 732 Highway 77. A woman came in to buy an oil burner. When the clerk discovered the bill was fake, the suspect left the store then sped away.

Nov. 18

Request for heavy patrol in the Riverside/Owens area. Reporting party said an undesirable person had just got out of jail and was seen at the location.

An officer was requested to respond to the Tucson Wash bridge. Three kids were reported to be playing “chicken” with the cars. Two of the kids are on bicycles and one on foot. They almost were hit by a vehicle. Officer responded but the kids were gone.

During a traffic stop David Allen Delzer was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

Motor vehicle accident reported on Redington Road.

Nov. 19

A possible gas leak was reported on 2nd Street. Mammoth Fire Department responded with negative results.

Nov. 21

Possible gas leak reported at 107 S. Main Street. Mammoth Fire Department and Southwest Gas responded.

Reporting party came into the police station to file a complaint about her neighbor being in violation of three planning and zoning violations.

Nov. 23

Report of a rectangular sink hole resembling a grave on Cliff Street. Reporting party advised that once it stopped raining they were going to dig up the hole and if anything was found, they will follow up with the Mammoth Police Department.

A big rock on Highway 77 was reported. Reporting party said her son had struck the rock with his vehicle and she did not want anyone else to mess up their car. DPS was notified.

Nov. 27

A Town employee reported that someone had written in the concrete that was poured the day before on Tiger and Portal.

Other calls not reported included: Animal Calls – 4, House watch/security checks – 3, Fingerprints – 4, Fire Alarms cleared – 4, Loud Music – 2, House/Welfare Checks – 3, Civil Standbys – 1 and Medical Assists – 19.

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