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Grant County Sheriff’s Department Blotter – Mar. 13 - Mar. 16. 2017

Monday, Mar. 13

Welfare check
Cliff
Caller advised she received word that a named male is driving around in the area drunk with his kids. Deputies had negative contact.

Welfare check
Highway 152 – MM 13
Deputy received call from brother advising of a small car on Acklin Hill with bodies around car. Deputy made contact and advised that they got tired and slept last night on the ground/they are okay.

Reckless driver
Highway 180 @ Los Amigos
NMSP advised behind vehicle and negative on driving erratic/stopped by NMSP.

Larceny
Highway 35 – Upper Mimbres
Emptied gas out of van.

Welfare check
Burro Mountain Homestead – Tyrone
Caller advised she lives alone and called adult protective services saying she wanted to shoot herself. Deputy made contact advising she stated she is not suicidal and it did not happen today.

Welfare check
Highway 152 – MM1
Female walking in a black dress that is being blown up by the wind and she is not wearing underwear. Deputy had negative contact.

Welfare check
Highway 356 @ Cobre Mine
Man walking with a shopping basket in the middle of the roadway. Deputy made contact/man had a revoked driver’s license.

Larceny
E. Highway 180
Caller advised that someone left some trailers on her property but helped themselves to some of caller’s property/it may have been someone who worked for her.

Harassment
S. Bonita Drive
Caller advised that a named female keeps texting her and her husband.

Harassment
Highway 35 – Lake Roberts
Caller advised that his neighbor just threatened to ‘take him out,’ and there have been instances in the past where the neighbor did pull a gun on caller. Deputies had contact/clear.

Harassment
Highway 180 – Rodeo arena
Caller in a Toyota Camry advised he is being chased by a white Dodge truck/they have bumped his truck/caller does not now see the truck.

Suspicious vehicle
11820 Highway 180
Deputy advised en route with one male to Tabor Drive/subject passed field sobriety tests.

Tuesday, Mar. 14

Unwanted subject
Rio de Arenas Road
Two subjects are on the property and they are not wanted there/they are on foot.

Unwanted subject
Athey Road – Cliff
Homeless people refusing to leave. Caller advised that a year ago he let a female stay on his property and when he asked her to leave he was told she had established residency and to evict her would require getting an order from Magistrate Court.

Welfare check
Pine and Silver streets
Older man is okay.

Larceny
North Hurley Road
Caller advised that items were stolen from his yard.

Disturbance
Artcher Road
Caller advised the mother of his kids is causing problems/he found her sitting on his porch/the kids live with him/it is all verbal. Deputy made contact and advised the female left walking.

Game and Fish
Kirkland Road and Sunset Lane
Injured deer. Deputy advised will have to put the deer down.

Game and Fish
Highway 180 – Hurley Bridge
Deputy advised two vehicles hit a deer/first vehicle left deer in westbound lanes with blood and hair on roadway. Deputy advised while his unit was parked on the shoulder and he was putting on gloves to move the deer a second vehicle ran it over/deer has been removed.

Wednesday, Mar. 15

Suspicious vehicle
John Owens Woodworks – East of Armory
Deputy made contact with owners of the new organic candy shop that is moving to Santa Clara. They were moving household items into shipping containers from their house in Mesa, AZ. They said they are purchasing the property from the woodworking owners.

Harassment
Grand Mesa
Caller advised she is receiving text messages from her ex threatening to kill her. Deputy made contact and set up frequent patrol for caller.

Welfare check
Fierro Road – Fierro
Deputy attempted to make contact with caller or victim but had negative contact.

Thursday, Mar. 16

Suicide threat
Bobwhite Drive – 5:15 a.m.
No report.

Welfare check
Bobwhite Drive – 8:25 a.m.
Deputy made contact with male and the male advised he did not make that phone call and that he is not suicidal/cancel ATL.

Welfare check
Nun View Road -- Arenas Valley
Caller advised that her daughter called to say that someone had broken into caller’s home. Caller believes it was the daughter who broke in. Requests welcheck on daughter and caller’s home.

Unwanted subject
Cobre Street – Vanadium
A named female is banging on the door/she just left in a white RV.
Deputy went traffic with vehicle and after clearing driver through dispatch issued her an indefinite CTW for 12 Cobre Street.

Disturbance
Western Drive – 8 a.m.
Two males are causing a disturbance/no weapons/not physical/unknown intoxication. Deputy made contact and advised everyone said it was verbal and one male left prior to arrival.

Disturbance
Western Drive – 8:40 p.m.
Caller advised that several subjects were fighting in front of this address. Deputy made contact and advised they advised it was all verbal and will go back to their own houses and call it off for the night.

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