Police Blotter 2/27

Children Youth and Families Division staff called police about 2:45 p.m. Feb. 17 regarding two possible incidents of criminal sexual penetration.
A social worker reported that a 13-year-old Clovis girl came to the public health office regarding a vaginal infection. During the course of treatment, the girl said she had an ongoing sexual relationship with a 20-year-old Clovis man.
The social worker also reported that a 15-year-old girl had told social workers she was going to marry a 52-year-old wheelchair-bound man who had been giving her jewelry and other items in return for her help around the house. The mother was aware of the situation and had no objections. In response to inquiries from the social worker, the girl said the man had no problems performing sexually despite being confined to a wheelchair and alluded to prior sexual contact with the man.
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Clovis High School staff called police about 8:40 a.m. Feb. 20 regarding a 15-year-old male student accused of two incidents of criminal sexual contact.
A 16-year-old male said the suspect had been touching and grabbing his buttocks and also putting his hands down his pants. A female student whose age was not released made similar accusations. The female also accused him of shouting profanities at her and throwing a full bottle of soda at her, splattering it over her clothing. School officials reported the student had already been suspended.
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A 72-year-old Clovis man called police about 11 a.m. Feb. 20 to a restaurant at the 700 block of West Seventh Street, reporting that his vehicle had disappeared while he was inside the restaurant for about 15 minutes.
The man said he had left his keys under the seat of the 1997 GMC pickup.
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While police were serving a narcotics warrant about 3 p.m. Feb. 20 at the 500 block of Calhoun, an officer noticed that a woman being handcuffed had a fish tattoo on her wrist and remembered that a shoplifting suspect had the same tattoo.
The woman gave false names and Social Security numbers but was eventually determined to be a 31-year-old woman with an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in municipal court on a charge of concealing identity. Police arrested her on the outstanding warrant and transported her to the county jail.
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Police responded about 3:45 p.m. Feb. 20 to the 700 block of North Oak where a group of three male juveniles were shooting each other with guns.
Examination of the guns revealed that all three had airshot BB guns that shot yellow plastic BBs but appeared to be handguns. The oldest of the three was determined to be 18 and was cited for discharging a BB gun within the city limits; police said they would seek guidance from the district attorney prior to citing the others, aged 16 and 17. All three said they did not know what they were doing was illegal and consented to confiscation and destruction of their guns.

Police Blotter is compiled by CNJ staff writer Darrell Todd Maurina. He can be contacted at 763-6991 or: