9/9 Police Blotter
September 8, 2005
Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports:
On September 3, police responded to a report of an assault with a deadly weapon that happened on August 30 in the 400 block of Plaza St.
The police officers learned that the female resident’s ex-boyfriend had been at her home picking up some personal items when he confronted her current boyfriend and began hitting him with an ax handle.
Officers photographed the bruises and lacerations on the current boyfriend’s body. An arrest warrant has been issued and the suspect is being sought for aggravated battery with a deadly weapon as well as for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
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On September 3, police were dispatched to the Plains Regional Medical Center in response to a report of aggravated battery.
A woman told the police she had been walking near Mabry drive and Ross Street when a white car pulled up beside her. She said the passenger, a Hispanic female, got out and struck her on the head with an object.
The woman said she fell to the ground and watched as the woman returned to the car, which drove away heading west on Mabry. She said she did not know the woman.
There are no suspects at this time.
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On September 4, police responded to a report of a fire in the 1500 block of East Grand, where they conferred with the fire department’s arson investigators, who found two fires in different locations within the burning house. This led them to believe the burning was intentional. The family who owns the property was called to the scene to speak with the investigators.
There are no known suspects at this time.
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On September 5, police were called to the 300 block of Thornton regarding a domestic situation.
As they neared the residence, officers heard two men arguing. As the police officers prepared to enter, a Hispanic male holding a large stick came to the door. Officers told him to put the stick down. The man ran shut the door.
The police officers heard a male yelling for help. Forcibly entering, police officers saw the man fighting with another male.
Although the man resisted he was eventually handcuffed, and identified himself as “James Bond.” The police later learned his true identity.
The other man told the police officers he and his mother were inside their home when the man, who was unknown to them, broke in and destroyed things, threatened him, and attacked him with a sword.
The subject was arrested. A complaint will be filed.
Police blotter is compiled by CNJ staff writer Sharna Johnson. She can be contacted at 763-6991 or: [email protected]