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Monday, Nov. 6

Harassment
Tracy Circle
Caller advised that a named female is sending him threatening texts. Advised they have a court order and she is violating it. Officer advised will be making a call to the DA’s office/clear.

Game and Fish
Little Walnut Road and Indiana Street
Caller advised a mountain lion just ran in front of him a quarter mile north of Jose Barrios/running west. Officer was advised by caller the lion seems very agitated/officer out at Jose Barrios.

Battery
N. Swan Street
Walk-in wanted to report that she had been in an altercation with her sister this morning.

Criminal damage to property
Royall Drive
Caller advised that probably on Halloween night damage to one of the windows to the home occurred. Officer on scene.

Larceny
Cactus Street
Someone stole the trailer hitch to his truck.

Domestic disturbance
800 S. Robert Street
Caller advised that a male and a female are arguing outside in a white pickup/verbal only. Officer made contact advising parties will keep it civil and it had been only verbal.

Unwanted subject
N. Silver Street
Caller advised that a male was evicted from this trailer and is now back and refusing to leave. Officers advised in the area ATL.

Tuesday, Nov. 7

Welfare check
Royall Drive
Caller advised that his neighbor has his music on real loud and the only time he does this is when his girlfriend leaves him. Officer had negative contact/will return in one hour.

Unwanted subject
703 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised that a drunk male is being too fresh with the servers/he keeps asking them to go to the bathroom with him so they can get high together. Officer issued the male an indefinite CTW for Denny’s.

Criminal trespass warning
Little Walnut Road
Caller advised that a named male is on the property and he has a CTW. Officer made contact with male and released him on a CTA.

Domestic disturbance
Bosworth Drive
A named male and a named female are screaming at each other. Officer made contact advising everything is okay.

Larceny
Georgia Street
Walk-in advised of a stolen license plate.

Larceny
300 W. Market Street
Caller advised they retrieved the box that was stolen but now two more have been stolen.

Welfare check
502 N. Bullard Street
Male walking north cussing at himself. Officer had negative contact.

Domestic disturbance
Indiana Street
Caller advised a named male just broke into her house and she believes he is in the bedroom/he is now outside in his 1993 blue Chevy Trailblazer/it’s her ex-boyfriend. Officers on scene with one in investigative detention/everything is okay.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Silver High School
Caller advised the tire cover on the back of her daughter’s Jeep was punctured.

Welfare check
N. Corbin Street
Caller advised they received a distress signal from inside a vehicle/unsure what’s going on/no one is responding. Officers had negative contact with anyone needing help.

Breaking and entering
N. Silver Street
Caller advised he just got home and noticed his door hinges are broken/doesn’t believe anything was taken. Officer set up frequent patrol.

Harassment
Bremen Street
Caller advised that roofers and others keep calling about using their services.

Assault
703 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised servers are having a dispute between them and caller is trying to keep it from getting physical. Officers advising will be speaking to one party still there, the rest having left prior to arrival.

Domestic disturbance
Suntanner Road
Caller is having problems with a 17-year-old son/he keeps throwing the f-bomb and starting to get physical. Deputies on scene advising verbal only/everything is okay.

Game and Fish
Pine Street @ the bridge
Mountain lion sighted running south in the ditch/NMSP was advised and they will call G&F.

Battery
1040 E. Highway 180
Caller advised in the hallway one guest hit another guest/they are now in their own rooms. Officer out at Room 202/negative on any charges and the manager is giving them one hour to leave.

Game and Fish
E. 20th and N. Silver streets
No report.

DV order violation
S. Arizona Street
Caller advised that her son’s dad is passed out on her couch and will not leave/she has a CTW against him and he is abusive and violent/she is at her neighbor’s so she doesn’t have to deal with him. Officer advised active DVO on male/en route to GRMC for medical clearance.

Wednesday, Nov. 8

Loud music
Chitalpa Street – 4:20 a.m.
Caller advised that loud music has been playing since 1:30 a.m. Officer advised male who lives on the property will meet officer at the gate.

Loud music
3010 Pinos Altos Road – 4:50 a.m.
Caller advised the music turned back on, Officer made contact/music will be shut off.

Game and Fish
Los Encinos
Mountain lion sighting. Officers out at Los Cerros Apartments and area of Blackhawk ATL.

Accident-property damage
2707 E. Highway 180
White Mazda behind Tractor Supply/boyfriend had seizure/she took over the wheel/refused medical attention. Officer requested ambulance for male if he had a seizure.

Graffiti
316 N. Bullard Street
On their back door.

Welfare check
305 S. Bullard Street
Caller can hear unknown female screaming for help. Officer out with female on Sonora and Texas/clear.

Welfare check
Leslie Road
Caller advised daughter is not answering her phone for the child care provider and her mother. Advised the daughter’s infant son is on a heart monitor and oxygen. Officer advised this is the same apartment visited last week/negative contact/manager advised female is possibly in El Paso.

Unwanted subject
College Avenue
Caller advised her ex-boyfriend is causing problems at her place of work. Officer made contact advising caller stated he came to her place of work and started to argue about their 3-year-old son.

Game and Fish
Little Walnut Road
Dead deer needs to be picked up.

Welfare check
1075 E. Highway 180
Female with several bags outside crying. Officer out with a named male and a named female and she is not crying/everything is okay.

Missing persons
Canal Street – 4:40 p.m.
Caller advised that her 80-year-old father has been missing since 10:30 a.m. today.

Battery
SCPD
Officer out with a walk-in/set up frequent patrol for Bobwhite Drive residence for next two weeks on graveyard.

Welfare check
N. Bennett Street
Officer advised out with a walk-in/will be following her to do a welcheck on her friend. Officers advised to roll EMS in reference to a 53-year-old female going in and out of consciousness/possibly highly intoxicated/female will be transported by EMS/clear.

Game and Fish
E. 32nd Street
Re mountain lion/clear.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
100 N. Rosedale Road
Caller advised the tires on the right side of his vehicle have been slashed.

Game and Fish
Fidencios/Pinos Altos
Caller advised they saw a mountain lion hanging out under the street lamp at Fidencios. Officer advised out on foot ATL. Caller called back advising she just saw the mountain lion again by Mando’s Body Shop.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Leslie Road
Caller advised he just watched a named female break the windows to his vehicle then leave toward the high school in a white car.

Vehicle burglary
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that her tires have been slashed and a rock thrown through her window/also a backpack was taken from the vehicle.

Thursday, Nov. 9

Unattended death
E. Broadway
Just found a named male deceased/he is purple and not breathing. Officer requested OMI to location.

Criminal damage to property
2800 Pinos Altos Road
Front door has been damaged.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
1300 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller stated that two tires were slashed on the vehicle.

Domestic disturbance
N. Swan Street
Caller advised that a named male is causing problems/he did pull out a gun from the safe and put it on the bed in his room. Caller stated she was gathering her belongings to leave.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
300 16th Street
Caller advised her tires were slashed yesterday.

Accident-property damage
N. Corbin Street
Both vehicles are on scene off to the side of the roadway. One is a silver Chevy Blazer and the other a silver Nissan Sentra/negative on injuries.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Fowler Avenue
Tires on company vehicle slashed.

Welfare check
N. Hudson Street and E. Broadway
Male lying near the sidewalk/it looks like he crashed his bike and is just lying on the ground. Second caller advised that a male is lying in the median/possibly he fell off his bike. Officers made contact/out with a named male/negative on a crash/everything is okay.

Welfare check
2 Ridge Road
Caller advised a male is lying on the side of the road near the stop sign. Officer made contact advising male is not lying down, he’s crouched down picking up rocks.

Game and Fish
Little Walnut Road and Ursa Minor
Caller advised a baby deer that appears to be injured is lying on the ground by the Church of Christ. Officer had negative contact.

Welfare check
Pinos Altos Road and Kimberly Drive
Caller advised that a homeless man pushing a basket is in the middle of the roadway. Deputy advised negative contact/advised a male with a small trailer cart is near McDonalds but he’s okay.

Welfare check
Bosworth Drive
Caller advised a named female needs an ambulance to go to the mental ward/she has been yelling all night and was putting a knife to her wrist. Caller advised the female suffers from brain cancer. Dispatch asked to speak to the female but caller would not allow it/female also asked to speak with dispatch and caller kept telling her no. Caller advised she would destroy his phone if he gave it to her.

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