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Oct. 8 at 10 am, 3845 North Swan Street - "Blessing of the Animals" Heidi Ogas, President of the High Desert Humane Society, will lead a celebration honoring our beloved pets. Please join us as we bless all creatures. Please feel free to bring your pets leashed or otherwise contained. If you are unable to bring your pet or your pet has passed, may we suggest you bring a photo or favorite toy. This will also be a Family Program Sunday and families are invited to participate. There will be coffee and conversation after the service, and visitors are welcome. If you'd like to find out more about the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Silver City, email uufellowshipofsilvercity@gmail.com or visit our website at www.uufsc.com.

Garage Sale: Saturday, Oct. 7, 8 a.m. - noon, Church of the Good Shepherd, 6th at Texas St. Clothes, toys, books, tools, bedding. Special items: washer & dryer, 2 desks, bedroom set, TV console, stacking end tables. Fill a bag with clothes for only $2 after 11 a.m.

Friday, Sept. 29

Domestic disturbance
Highway 35 and San Francisco Street
Caller advised that his girlfriend punched him in the face/they both have been drinking/they are in a white Ford Escape. Caller refused an ambulance.

Unwanted subject
Palomino Trail – Upper Mimbres
Caller advised that her granddaughter won’t stop talking and she wants her to “shut up” or get out of the house. Deputy advised clear/negative on heading out there/the male and female did leave and were advised not to return.

Welfare check
Airport Road – Hurley
75-year-old female who answered the door and is wearing a diaper and the house is trashed/unknown name of the female/was called in third party by Forest Service personnel.

Unwanted subject
Camino de Viento
Caller stated that his soon-to-be ex-wife has a male living with her and he is on the title of the home as well and he advised that he doesn’t want him there inside the house. Deputy made contact with caller and advised him that his soon-to-be ex-wife has just as . . .

Harassment
Rio de Arenas Road
Walk-in advised that sometimes a named male will yell at him from the roadway and will complain to the landlord/male annoys and harasses caller on a daily basis/male yells and screams at caller for no reason/and blames caller for any issues being caused in Row E of
Rio de Arenas.

Unwanted subject
Kirkland Road – Arenas Valley
Deputy made contact with caller and she wants two subjects issued CTWs for her property. Deputy issued both parties indefinite CTWs/they were arguing over horses. Deputy advised both parties that it was a civil matter.

Suspicious vehicle
End of Vesuvius
Deputy made contact and advised that the subjects will be going somewhere else.

Unwanted subject
34 Main Street – Pinos Altos
Caller advised that a female is outside banging on the windows and was asked to leave the restaurant. Deputy advised that caller advised the female left with Corre Caminos.

Saturday, Sept. 30

Welfare check
E. Highway 90 – Tyrone Townsite – 1:08 a.m.
Caller advising they are stuck in her vehicle near the main entrance to Tyrone/advising the vehicle is rolling back. Deputy advised State Highway that water is coming over bridge on Hwy 90/Tyrone and debris is coming over onto the highway/State Highway personnel was advised. Caller advised they are in the middle of the roadway/advising that the water is up to her windshield/advising it’s her and her friend in the vehicle/advised her friend is freaking out and has a heart condition. Deputy advised have both females safely in his unit at this time.

Welfare check
Apache Street
Caller advised that subjects are trying to kill her/they are choking her right now. Caller advised they are using military designs trying to kill her. Deputy advised female is very irate/refused medical attention/started screaming and yelling.

Accident-property damage
Scott Park
Occurred this morning and person that hit her left a note on her vehicle.

Harassment
Chamisa Drive – Lower Mimbres
Caller received a threatening letter in the mail and wants an officer to deliver his response. Caller then changed his mind and said never mind, I will just mail it.

Welfare check
E. Highway 180 @VFW
Unknown subject lying on the ground about ¼ mile from VFW. Deputy had contact and advised dropping off one adult male at Highway 180 and 32nd.

Welfare check
E. Mine Entrance
Female lying in the weeds. Deputy had contact/transporting female to Bayard Food
Basket.

Fight
E. Highway 180 @ Arenas Valley Road
Caller advised that near the animal clinic 4-5 vehicles have their lights on facing toward subjects that are about to fight. Deputies had negative contact.

Reckless driver
Highway 180 – MM 145 (one mile toward Deming past rest area)
Small white car headed toward Hurley/cannot maintain lane and traveling at a high rate of speed. NMSP officer advised clear/did have contact with vehicle/everything is okay/negative on an intoxicated driver.

Sunday, Oct. 1

Burglary
Fierro Road – Fierro
Caller advised that the shed was broken into and a bathroom sink, cabinet, wood stove, and tools were taken. Deputy on scene talking with neighbor.

Stolen motor vehicle
W. Highway 180 – Cliff
Caller advised that a black car trailer was stolen possibly between Wednesday and today.

Criminal damage to property
GCDC
An inmate damaged something in the jail.

Bayard Police Department

Friday, Sept. 29

Accident-property damage
Diamond and Coffey streets
Vehicle that hit a gas meter/1979 green Ford F150. PNM advised/will have unit en route to location.

Criminal trespass warning
1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
A named female has a CTW and she is in the parking lot in a yellow Nissan Xterra.

Saturday, Sept. 30

Welfare check
N. Canyon Street – 1:45 a.m.
Caller advised that she received a call from her son advising that he was going to kill himself possibly by taking pills. Officer made contact/male advised to leave his property.

Welfare check
N. Canyon Street – 8:15 a.m.
34-year-old male is threatening suicide. Officer advised clear/”he is very uncooperative with me, I will call his ex.”

Sunday, Oct. 1

Welfare check
101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Man in road obstructing traffic/officer had contact at Bayard Food Basket.

Domestic disturbance
Runnels Drive
Caller can hear a lot of yelling and screaming/both male and female voices.

Hurley Police Department

Friday, Sept. 29

Breaking and entering
D Street
No report.
Saturday, Sept. 30

Welfare check
Santa Rita Avenue and 3rd Street
Caller advised he is just sitting in his vehicle in a residential area of Hurley and he just cannot take it anymore. Caller has been drinking and was extremely upset and hard to understand. Officer has contact and en route with male to GRMC. Officer advised running traffic as male is having trouble breathing.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Romero Avenue
Caller advised her windshield was shot out sometime this date.

Welfare check
Arizona Avenue and 2nd Street
Caller advised a male has been sleeping in a maroon Blazer for the past couple of weeks. Officers had negative contact.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, Sept. 29

Domestic disturbance
N. Bellm Street
9-year-old boy out of control, throwing rocks at mom’s car and calling her names. Caller had to chase him out of the house.

Fight
Santa Clara Water Park
A guy is beating up a girl across the street/she just got into a car.

Saturday, Sept. 30

Domestic disturbance
S. Bellm Street
Caller advised that his neighbors are outside fighting/it woke him up. Officer had negative contact.

Harassment
N. Hutchinson Street
Caller advised that her minor son is being harassed by an adult male outside the residence. Officer advised clear from Oak Street/back to original location.

Request officer
W. Lincoln Street
Caller advised he has information on his vehicle he reported stolen.

Friday, Sept. 29

Game and Fish
Los Encinos
Behind the LDS church playground there is something dead that smells really bad. Officer advised dead deer in the field.

Welfare check
Pinos Altos Road
Officer advised both are clear of warrants/everything is fine.

Welfare check
1280 E. 32nd Street
Caller is concerned with a patient trying to get pain meds who is also angry with the doctor there/patient is not there at this time. Officer advised that the medical staff requested frequent patrol/doctor does not want to prescribe patient painkillers.

Domestic disturbance
Pinos Altos Road
Caller’s daughter was involved in a domestic earlier today. Officers made contact.

Welfare check
3200 E. Highway 180 and 32nd Street Bypass
Female who is upset and crying is walking. Officer advised negative contact.

Accident-property damage
Highway 180 @ 32nd Bypass
Two vehicles/one has several occupants in the vehicle. Officer requested EMS for handicapped individuals – one 29-year-old male, one male in his 40s, and one female in her 40s.

Harassment
Little Walnut Road
Walk-in is at the PD to report slander from his ex.

Harassment
800 S. Robert Street
Caller advised that her 30-year-old son threatened her this morning.

Criminal trespass warning
1201 Pope Street
A named male has a CTW for the location/he is in the drive-thru/he is on foot. Officer made contact/reissued CTW/released on a CTA.

Welfare check
Tracy Place
Officer advised one in protective custody/clear/subject in the hospital’s care.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
A named male is in the back office not causing problems.

Battery
Global Resource Center
Caller advised that an assault and battery occurred in the street in front of the GRC.

Stolen motor vehicle
Plata Road
Someone took granddaughter’s red and white Polaris 4-wheeler from the front yard. Officer made contact with caller.

Larceny
E. Pine Street
Caller advised that someone is at his old residence taking their wood/advised he “technically” still lives there. Officer clear.

DV order violation
E. Daniel Street
Caller advised that a named male keeps calling and passing by and his daughter has a restraining order on him. Officer made contact and advised clear/ATL for a white Chevy Cruze driven by the male and if contact is made issue an indefinite CTW for a Daniel Street address.

Shoplifting
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that two males stole from sporting goods and left in a white Jeep headed west on 180. Officer viewed video.

Criminal trespass warning
2501 E. Highway 180
Officer advised to show them with one in custody en route to SCPD then en route to GCDC.

Saturday, Sept. 30

Breaking and entering
Pinos Altos Road
Of a connex box.

Breaking and entering
Lions Club
Homeless person broke window and is still inside sleeping. Officer issued an indefinite CTW for location.

Vehicle burglary
N. Silver Street
Took a backpack and meds that belonged to caller.

Burglary
N. Corbin Street
Caller advised some tools were taken from his shop.

Domestic disturbance
Cobre Court
A named male hit him on the head and he is bleeding. Officers out on Swan Street trying to make contact with male/clear from address en route to Gold Street.

Accident-property damage
Silver Heights/Hudson
Caller was just rear-ended and the other car left/no damage reported.

Reckless driver
Highway 180/Truck Bypass
Officer went traffic with vehicle at post office parking lot.

Shoplifting
1956 E. Highway 180
A bunch of kids stole items and left in a vehicle toward Bayard.

Shoplifting
1408 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised that a named male reached over the counter and stole two cartons of cigarettes/they have video.


Welfare check
Huff Street
Caller advised that his daughter came into the house in hysterics and very emotional and incoherent/she left in a white Ford. Officer had negative contact with vehicle.

Domestic disturbance
Harris Road
Caller advised that her son just stole money out of her purse and she wants him out of the house. Dispatch could hear male arguing and caller yell, “Give me back my phone,” and line was disconnected. Negative contact upon callback. Officer advised everything is okay.

Welfare check
121 W. 12th Street
Caller advised that a female came into the 12th Street Snappy advising of a male and female fighting over drugs in the parking lot and asked clerk to call police. Officer advised one in investigative detention.

Suspicious vehicle
Leslie Road
Caller advised the white car the city was looking for is back/driver is a black male and he has a white female passenger and they are arguing with someone in the parking lot. Officer made contact and advised everything is okay.

Welfare check
N. Silver and 38th streets
Caller advised that an individual is passed out on the sidewalk. Officer had contact on 38th Street/out with a named male who advised he is okay and waiting for a friend.

Domestic disturbance
Leslie Road
Caller advised he heard a couple arguing and a female say to “get out.” Officers made contact and advised it was all verbal and they will stop.

Loud party
N. Cheyenne Street
Caller advised of a large party going on that is keeping her 7-month-old up. Second caller advised he can hear glass breaking and reckless driving. Officer had contact with homeowner who advised they will call it a night.

Sunday, Oct. 1

Disturbance
Ohio Street
Caller advised that her daughter is on scene and trying to pick up her kids and caller does not want to give the kids to her. Officers advised on way to SCPD with several children and adults.

Stolen motor vehicle
Fraser Drive
Caller advised that her mother’s tan 1999 Toyota Tacoma was stolen/caller advised it was locked and caller has the keys/caller does not know the license plate number.

Criminal trespass warning
Bluejay Lane
Officer advised a named female cannot be issued a CTW as she lives there.

DV order violation
11th Street
Caller advised that a named female is texting him asking him to take their sons’ bike to her house. Caller advised they just had court and it was said for her not to be texting or calling him.

Domestic disturbance
2148 E. Highway 180
A named female just ran into the Smoke Shoppe and said she was in a domestic. Officer had contact with female at Family Dollar/ATL for a male/female is not making sense at the moment/out at a Bennett Street address.

Welfare check
N. Main Street
Caller advised she speaks to a 94-year-old female daily but has been ill and hasn’t spoken to her in three days now/they are close friends. Officer had negative contact with female/checked all doors and windows/can hear TV on and dogs. Dispatch advised that someone just called 911 advising that someone keeps knocking on her door and windows/this caller did not hear the officers calling out to her/she is okay.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
A named female called screaming, ”Let me go,” and “How could you?” and “Just let me go,” and hung up. Officer made contact and advised she is fine/she doesn’t want to let anyone in.

Monday, Sept. 25

Accident-property damage
Highway 90 @ Tyrone townsite
Caller advised in a white Toyota pickup/hit a deer/it is off the shoulder of the road.

The Grant County Association of Educational Retirees will hold their regular meeting Friday, October 6 at 11:30 in the Sunset Room of the WNMU Cafeteria. All persons receiving Education Retirement Funds are invited to attend and learn what is happening in Public Education. GCAER, an affiliate of the New Mexico Association, monitors legislation affecting our schools and serves as a voice for teachers – past and present. Come meet with old friends and make new ones. Hope to see you there.

dias de los muertos display rsThe unique collection of arts, crafts and food vendors decorate the streets of Silver City
during their annual Dias de los Muertos celebration.
Vendor space is still available for the Dias de los Muertos street celebration that takes place Sunday, October 29 in historic Silver City. This event grows every year and you will be glad you are there!

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