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Friday, Aug. 4
W. Eddie Ward Way
New beige Toyota Tacoma truck is in her driveway/unknown who it belongs to. Deputy advised per homeowner’s request to send next wrecker.
E. 14th and N. Bennett streets
Car hit a truck.
Meadow Hawk Lane – Arenas Valley
In reference to continued issues with neighbor.
Rio de Arenas Snappy
Same 4 wheeler popping wheelies headed back to Uncle Woody’s. Deputy out on Goathead Path/spoke to subject from yesterday who says his buddies are out on the 4 wheeler today and should be back any minute.
Horseman’s Trail – Tyrone
Caller advised unknown people are shooting on her property/caller is between MM 24-25 off of Harry McCauley Road/believes it is a high-powered rifle. Deputy made contact and advised that the people shooting had permission from the landowner.
Highway 15 @ Bear Creek Road
Caller advised that a named male keeps threatening caller. Deputies out at Continental Divide Trailer Park.
Grandview Drive and Arrowhead Road
Caller advised this older Ford pickup has been parked there since this morning. Deputy advised it needs a new battery/everything is okay.
Mimbres Yucca Drive – Upper Mimbres
Male and female screaming at each other in a named residence and the children are crying.
Deputy advised negative contact with any yelling/all units clear.
Arenas Valley Road
Caller advised that sister is going crazy and destroying things/unknown if she is intoxicated/possibly narcotics. Advised she hit one of the pets with a metal rod and is now walking to an address on Arenas Valley Road. Deputy made contact advising this was all verbal/everything is okay.
Highway 180 @ MM 111 (1 mile south of Truck Bypass junction)
Caller advised that she can hear a female screaming. Deputy had negative contact.
Saturday, Aug. 5
Caller advised there are kids playing loud music. Deputy made contact at address/advised negative on loud music and negative on kids being at the residence.
NM Crisis Line has a named male back on the line advising he tried to hang himself right after LE left his location. NM Crisis Line advised will be patching with dispatch talking to male/very depressed and suicidal/has many reasons to be/advised he will be waiting for LE/advised it will not be good for LE if they do show up/he has plans for everything/he does not want to live this temporary life anymore.
Spear Drive – Silver Acres
Caller advised it sounded like a high-powered rifle. Second caller advised someone is shooting in the arroyo. Deputy out at a Tabor Street address.
Camino Tolteca – Tyrone
A male is throwing rocks at a female/the female is hiding. Male got into a blue and gray van but is not leaving.
Santa Clara Armory
Explorer gear has been taken.
Mathers Road – Arenas Valley
Caller advised that someone jimmied the lock and a TV, DVD system, stereo, tools and lots of other things are missing.
Highway 180 @ MM 116 (halfway between Walmart and Uncle Woody’s Flea Market)
Removing debris from the road.
Kirkland Road – Arenas Valley
Caller advised he cannot get hold of his sister/he has been trying for about three weeks. Deputy made contact and advised everything is okay/the phone has been out but got fixed today and she will call caller.
Pinon Drive and Rosedale Road
Caller advised that a male is walking around the area not doing anything wrong at this time. Caller called back advising it is the neighbor’s friend.
Camino Moreno – Arenas Valley
Caller advised that a tweaked out lady is harassing him. Deputy made contact with caller who advised the female walked back up to Racetrack Road. Deputy out with female by Camino Azul/female advised she would stay away from caller’s residence for the night.
Caller advised that someone was calling her name.
5490 Highway 152
Female who is out of control/she hit a young male in the head with a rock/she is very intoxicated. Deputy advised ATL for female walking wearing white shirt and blue jeans.
Sunday, Aug. 6
Criminal damage to property
Wright Road – Upper Mimbres
Damage to her fence. Deputy made contact with caller/fence had no damage/top post was pulled up out of socket/padlock was damaged. No witnesses or suspects. Padlock was priced at three for $10.
Criminal trespass warning
1535 Arroyo Lane
Two named males opened the gate and came in with no permission.
Caller wants to meet with a deputy regarding a dispute with his girlfriend. Deputy made contact advising clear/other party did not want to give a statement.
Breaking and entering
Deputy advised show me with two in investigative detention/a named male has arrived and is securing the shed and trailer door.
Friday, Aug. 4
Silver High School
Wallet was stolen on Wednesday, July 26.
Named male hitting . . .
Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
2501 E. Highway 180
At 10 p.m. today her car was keyed in the parking lot.
1075 E. Highway 180
A heavyset Hispanic man with three kids is being verbally aggressive and slapped the little girl. Officer has contact with the male and advised that he talked to the kids and everyone and everything is okay.
1814 N. Swan Street
Elderly male locked in a silver vehicle with a dog and he cannot get out. Further advised that the woman who locked him in the car possibly went to Carson Insurance. Officer advised the male is being taken to Gospel Mission.
Caller advised that her mail has been stolen and tampered with. Officer out at address.
4051 S. Highway 90
A named male is harassing a named female and refusing to leave.
Caller advised that someone charged $37 to her debit card. Officer called caller, who had figured out what the charge was.
Stolen motor vehicle
S. Corbin Street
Caller advised that a car trailer that held furniture was stolen from the driveway. Caller called back advising the trailer was found/a friend had borrowed it.
300 16th Street
Caller advised that two males are outside near the rehab center doors. Officer made contact and advised the subject will be leaving the area.
Caller is just screaming into the phone.
Saturday, Aug. 5
A named female is yelling and hanging up advising someone to get out of her house and to send LE/she does sound far away from the phone.
San Vicente and S. Texas streets
Officer advised CYFD is on scene.
117 W. Market Street
Male in a blue shirt is bothering customers. Officer out at Bike Works with male.
1040 E. Highway 180 – 11:30 a.m.
30-year-old female couldn’t get awake but now is. Caller advised she had to break into the room/it is check-out time. Officer had contact with female/she left property/units clear.
1075 E. Highway 180 – 12:30 p.m.
A named female advised that her green bag is still at Motel 6 and it has her phone and meds in it. Officer out at Motel 6.
Female crying saying she’s trying and it’s everywhere and she doesn’t know what to do/caller hung up. Upon call back, caller advised she’s seeing people in her home, including dead people and they are trying to force her to have sex with them. Officer advised everything is okay/clear.
N. Swan Street
Caller advised that a male in one of the apartments is suicidal and says he wishes he were dead.
Caller is trying to work with dispatch and a named male to get a better location.
A named male forced his way into caller’s house. Caller advised he left but caller is very upset and could barely speak. Deputies and officers had negative contact with male.
1220 N. Hudson Street
Female putting stuff in her turquoise bag/baby in stroller.
1040 E. Highway 180 – 4:30 p.m.
The named female is on the property again and caller wants her removed and issued a CTW. Officer had contact with the female and issued her an indefinite CTW.
1304 N. Bennett Street
Black Impala is in the park. Deputy issued an indefinite CTW to a named female for the Silver City RV Park.
N. Swan Street
Caller advised he needs help and needs to go up to the hospital to the psychiatric unit. Officers made contact and requested ambulance for a 60-year-old male who has suicidal ideations.
Male attacking a rock in the ditch/he has a hammer.
Caller was crying and cussing and asking why no one is helping her. Caller called back advising, “You like when I get raped,” then hung up. Officer made contact and advised the mother showed up and is speaking with her daughter. Advised if LE gets called back to this location we will call out EMS in reference to her not taking her medication today.
Speed 75 mph at vet clinic/all black 2door car/speed about 100 mph/approaching MM 3/passing PA Fire Dept./lost vehicle in Pinos Altos/1996 Honda CP registered to a named female.
402 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised that a female started to follow her daughter and threw a rock through her Jeep Grand Cherokee. Officer made contact with a named individual.
2260 E. Highway 180
In the grassy area a male is lying down/unknown if he is intoxicated of asleep. Officer had negative contact.
2005 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that two teenage girls were walking toward Ranch Club Road. Officer has contact with both females on PA/Thomas Lane.
3025 E. Highway 180
Officer made contact with one vehicle and one subject behind Ace Hardware/advised him to leave/everything is okay.
Sunday, Aug. 26
Mann Drive – 12:20 a.m.
Caller advised a lot of vehicles and a bunch of kids drinking and being loud. Officer made contact with owner and advised them to shut it down/if LE gets called back people will be going to jail.
Ben Lilly Drive and Little Walnut Road
Sounds like someone fighting at a party/kids yelling mom dad stop.
N. Gold Street
Caller advised it is the wife, mom, daughter and caller. Young female then got on phone crying. Officer on scene and requested ambulance for a 23-year-old pregnant female/difficulty breathing/anxiety.
2501 E. Highway 180
Maroon Chevy truck parked in the fire lane/male and female looks like arguing got out of truck/went around it a couple of times/stormed off into Walmart/truck still in fire lane.
2501 E. Highway 180
A named female is back not causing problems. Officer made contact and released the female on a CTA/no CTW issued.
Caller advised a female patient being seen for back pain walked out of the ER without signing her discharge papers and she still has an IV in her arm.
N. Arizona Street
Caller advised that some of his friends are not leaving his residence. A named female then got on the phone advising caller was intoxicated and became upset when she arrived home and his female friend left. Caller then got back on the line advising that everyone had already ‘split’ and everything was okay. Officer clear.
1220 N. Hudson Street
Walk-in advised that a named female just stole a Walmart bag of merchandise that she had just purchased at Walmart/advised Food Basket did show her the video and ID’d the female. Officer had negative contact with female but did speak with a Food Basket employee who saw the female take one of the walk-in’s bags.
Caller advised she just heard five shots coming from the area of the Lintero Apartments. Second caller advised he heard multiple shots coming from a semi-automatic and single firearm. Officers spoke to several people outside/advised they said it was fireworks/it was fireworks, all units clear.
Caller advised that a named female called and left an open line and caller could hear yelling and arguing.
N. Hudson and E. 12th streets
Caller advised that a blue or green Toyota is swerving on and off the roadway. Officer advised have contact with vehicle at Wendy’s.
Caller advised subjects are not leaving her alone. Officer advised clear/everything is okay.
Rev. Azima Forest to Talk on Spiritual Maturity Keeping Pace With Technology
Sunday, August 13 at 10 a.m., 3845 North Swan Street. "Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and Fukushima: Can We Learn From Our Mistakes?" This Sunday will mark a week after the anniversaries of the bombing of the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and six years after the nuclear disaster at Fukushima. Rev. Azima Forest will reflect on humanity's hubris in using death-dealing technologies, and how our technological knowledge dangerously outstrips our spiritual maturity. The service will also include a Children's Program focusing on the Fifth Principle: That all persons should have a vote about the things that concern them. Children will also participate in the service rituals, such as ringing the bell to begin and lighting and extinguishing the Chalice. There will be coffee and conversation after the service and visitors are always welcome.
The Governing Council of Aldo Leopold Charter School will hold its regular meeting on Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017 at 5:30 pm. The meeting will take place at the school, which is located at 1422 Hwy 180 East in Silver City, next to the Burger King. If you have a disability requiring special assistance, notify the school at 575-538-2547 as soon as possible and arrangements will be made.
Summertime is a busy time for artists and the Grant County Art Guild wants to be sure that all the New Mexico artists that are wanting to enter the 32nd annual Purchase Prize Award Exhibit have the opportunity to do so. The deadline for entry forms (postmark date) has been extended to August 12. This is an exciting show with enticing cash prizes including a $1500 purchase prize of the "Best of Show"! Guidelines and entry forms are available on the Guild's website www.gcag.org. For questions or more information call Tom Vaughan 575-590-1588.
Bayard Police Department
Monday, July 31
N. East Street
An 11-year-old male has not been seen for a few hours now. Caller advised that she just got home from work and the male usually checks in with her. Officer advised the child was found hanging out at the park a little farther from home than he should have been/he is now home with mom and dad.
Monday, July 31
Caller advised that a named male is on scene and is hitting his brothers. Dispatch could hear multiple subjects yelling. Advised male left after kicking in her front door. Deputy en route.
Caller advised that a named male’s sister is yelling at him. Deputy en route.
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