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. 27

A woman reported that her neighbor is piling up junk in her yard by her fence. She wanted to advise the Police Department and wanted it on record.

A fire was reported in the 100 block of S. Church. Fire was put out. Resident suffered burn on his shoulder.

Nov. 28

A fire was reported on Main Street. Reporting party said her oven was on fire.

Nov. 29

Traffic stop resulted in Cynthia Caldera being arrested on a warrant out of Florence.

A complaint was received about a man driving a 4-wheeler at all hours of the night.

Dec. 1

Report that an antique fire siren went missing two weeks ago in the 15000 block of N. Highway 77. Reporting party said the siren can be seen on the internet.

Dec. 2

Officers were asked to respond to the Food Bank. Someone has been dumping trash into the food Banks garbage cans. Mail was found in the trash with the suspect’s address. Police talked to the person involved and the lady was told not to dump her trash there anymore.

Officers received a report of a maroon colored older model Chevy passenger vehicle with a missing brake light heading north from Oracle on Highway 77. The vehicle is all over the road and passing unsafely.

Other calls not listed include: Fire Alarms cleared – 5, House/Welfare Checks – 1, and Medical Assists – 7.

Dec. 6

Reported fire in a dumpster at the High School in San Manuel. San Manuel Fire Department responded and put the fire out.

San Manuel fire Department was contacted to respond to a vehicle on fire on the back road (Webb Avenue) to Oracle. Engine responded and fire was extinguished.

Dec. 9

Report of an attempted telephone fraud/scam.

Mammoth Fire Department responded to a possible gas leak.

Other calls not reported included: Fire/Security Alarms cleared – 6, Fingerprints 5, House/Welfare Checks – 2, Fire calls – 3, Loud Music – 1, Animal Calls – 1 and Medical Assists – 10.

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