Police blotter 6/11

Samplings of recent calls received by the Clovis Police Department, according to police reports:
A Monday afternoon fight between a brother and sister in the 900 block of Locust St. ended with Clovis police issuing a warrant for the brother’s arrest on charges of battery on a household member. After the 20-year-old brother accused his 19-year-old sister of wearing one of his tank top shirts, the argument escalated into a fight that ended only when the sister escaped into a bathroom. The sister was warned that if any documentable signs of battery were found on the brother, she would also be charged with battery.
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Two Clovis boys turned in a gun found Wednesday morning near the basketball courts in O.G. Potter Park. The gun, a chrome 0.25 caliber Titan handgun with plastic grips, was not loaded. Police entered the gun into evidence as found property.

A Clovis vehicle rental business reported a motorcycle trailer stolen from its vehicle lot. The business manager found an orange 1984 motorcycle trailer missing when he came to his lot Monday morning.

A man attempting to elude Clovis police ended up running into traffic and getting hit by a passing motorist late Sunday night.
A 26-year-old Clovis man and another unidentified man fled a parked car at the 3500 block of North Prince Street when officers arrived. Two police officers gave chase down Prince Street. When the suspect ran across the street, he ran into the side of a fishing boat being towed by a pickup. The suspect received injuries to his head, legs, and knees and was taken to Plains Regional Medical Center.