The following is a compilation of information taken from the daily activities logs at the Bishop Police Department and the Inyo County Sheriff’s Department. Since most cases have yet to be adjudicated, all charges should be considered allegations.
(Editor’s note: Please note that as of Oct. 13, the Bishop Police Department’s media bulletins have not been updated beyond Oct. 1 so that department’s reports were not available to be included in this edition.)
12:18 a.m. – Vegetation fire, occurred on Sunland Lane. Reporting party is driving southbound on Sunland towards Wilkerson and is seeing a possible wildfire with flames 12 feet high by a couple feet wide west of Gerkin as it goes up the hill. Disposition: Referred to other agency.
1:18 a.m. – Be on the Look Out, occurred in the Bishop Area on S. Main Street and Mandich Street; Subaru station wagon with burnt out tail light going 73 mph coming into the 45 mph. Disposition: Log note only.
1:22 a.m. – Domestic dispute, occurred on E. Pine St. Reporting party needs someone escorted out of his house. Female put her finger in his face and pushed him. Parties separated in two separate rooms. Disposition: Log note only.
5:25 a.m. – Brandishing, occurred at Alabama Hills Cafe on W. Post Street in Lone Pine. A male subject in a Nissan Sentra, gray, all tinted windows, started screaming and pulled out a gun. Disposition: Report taken.
7:22 a.m. – Citizen assist, occurred on Pa Me Lane. Reporting party stated his gas generator was stolen from his trailer sometime on Nov 4. He paid $1,200 for it and has a possible suspect. Disposition: Referred to other agency.
10:05 a.m. – Information report, occurred at a trailer park on S. Warren Street. Reporting party cleaned up trash in front of residence, believes her brother is responsible for leaving uncapped and loaded hypodermic needles in her yard where her children play. He as been trespassed from the property but returns when she is gone to work or late at night. Disposition: Log note only.
10:49 a.m. – Request telephone message, occurred on S. Edwards Street. Reporting party is complaining about a store owner overcharging her for propane; says that the tank is also leaking at the gas station; wants to talk to a deputy. Disposition: Log entry only.
12:10 p.m. – Stalking, occurred at a store on N. Main Street. Reporting party is calling for his coworker stating she is being stalked and harassed by an ex-employee that was fired two months ago. Disposition: Log note only.
1:33 p.m. – Disturbance, occurred on Pa Me Lane in Bishop. Some guy is yelling and speaking in tongues, all dark clothes, looks about 40-50 years old. Disposition: Report taken.
2:52 p.m. – Shoplift, occurred at a store on Academy Avenue. Reporting party just noticed backpack missing, reviewed video, female just left with the item; value $75. Disposition: Report taken.
11:40 p.m. – Request deputy, occurred at a gas station in Lone Pine. Vehicle is a blue Jeep SUV Liberty, two people in front have been sitting at pump for 30-45 minutes. They were passed out. Reporting party does not feel comfortable approaching them and stated he did walk by the vehicle and noticed that they were both possibly asleep and would like a deputy to respond to check on them. Disposition: Log entry only.
1:01 a.m. – Indecent exposure, occurred at a bar on N Main St. Male subject followed her into the women’s restroom and exposed his private parts to her 30-40 minutes ago. Disposition: Report taken.
9:32 a.m. – Disturbance, occurred at a restaurant on S. Main St. Male subject outside sitting by the dumpster yelling at people, causing a disturbance and scaring the customers. Disposition: Warning (verbal).
3:26 p.m. – Drunk in public, officer-initiated activity at a store on N. Main Street, Bishop. Making contact with one female, possible drunk in public. Disposition: Arrest made.
6:53 a.m. – Vandalism, occurred on W. Line Street. Her tires were slashed sometime last night. Her neighbor has video of a possible suspect. Disposition: Report taken.
11:19 a.m. – Incorrigible juvenile, officer initiated activity at Home Street School, Home Street, Bishop. Out with an uncontrollable student. Disposition: Code 4.
11:57 a.m. – Disturbance, occurred at a restaurant on N. Main Street. Male causing a disturbance, he is just yelling/ ranting at patrons. Disposition: Warning (verbal).
5:19 p.m. – Any civil problem, occurred at a motel on Lagoon St. She is seeking civil options. Her boss is trying to evict her and her husband without going through the proper civil process. Disposition: Civil problem.
6:53 a.m. – Vandalism, occurred at a restaurant on N. Main Street. He made a report last evening reference two of his tires being slashed. The other two tires are now slashed. Someone also broke his front windshield, driver and passenger side windows and rear window. Disposition: Report taken.
9:39 a.m. – Trespass, officer-initiated activity at Burkhardt Road, Lone Pine. Subject is on the property and he needs to leave. Disposition: Peace kept, Code 4.
10 a.m. – Domestic dispute, occurred on E. Line Street. She and her boyfriend were drinking on Sunday night and they got into a physical altercation that same night. She would like to speak with an officer for a report. Disposition: Referred to other agency.
12:39 p.m. – Information
report, occurred at Tri-County Fairgrounds on Sierra St. Reporting party is at the fairgrounds and people are filling out their ballots with sharpies. He would like a police report. Disposition: Referred to other agency.
12:41 p.m. – Trespass, occurred at a business on N. Main Street. Transient male inside the restaurant who has been asked to leave and refusing to do so. Disposition: Warning (verbal).
4:58 p.m. – Welfare check, occurred on N. Main Street. AAA call for a welfare check. Female inside a vehicle stating that she has three children with her and they are cold/stranded. Disposition: Gone on arrival.
9:20 a.m. – Parking complaint, occurred on S Warren Street. Silver Toyota Tacoma with shell, parked for extended period of time, male possibly living inside vehicle. Reporting party is requesting to speak with an officer. Disposition: Citizen assisted.
2:23 p.m. – Animal call, occurred at a store on N. Main Street. All black pitbull wondering around inside the store, very friendly, was in traffic around Wye Road. Disposition: Gone on arrival.