Monday, Jan. 8

Missing persons
Mimbres Yucca Drive – Upper Mimbres – 12:45 a.m.
Caller’s husband had been missing since last Wednesday/he is in a 1997 gray primer Ford Ranger. Caller advised she got a call from a named girl who advised caller to pay $1,000 and she would bring the caller’s husband home.

Unwanted subject
Fairway Drive
Caller advised that her daughter’s boyfriend is telling her if she leaves she can’t come back/caller is concerned because he has hit her in the past. Dispatcher called back and was advised that the male was not there anymore/he took off on his bicycle.

Request officer
Mimbres Yucca Drive – Upper Mimbres – 6:32 p.m.
Caller advised that her husband is home and to cancel the missing person’s report. Deputy made contact.

Stolen motor vehicle
Goathead Path – Arenas Valley
Stolen 4 wheeler from the shed.

Tuesday, Jan. 9

Criminal damage to property
Valentine Dominguez Road and Highway 61
Caller advised that everything on his sister’s gate was thrown off and broken. Deputy en route.

11575 E. Highway 180
Caller advised that her niece is at Baca’s and a male is blocking her in and not allowing her to leave/male has assaulted her before/advised niece is now home. Officer has contact with male at Yucca/Silver Heights.

Welfare check
S. Highway 90 and Gold Gulch Road
Caller advised that a dark gray Toyota Tacoma is off the road and the male will not wake up. Deputies made contact advising the male did wake up/was taken home by his son/ everything is okay.

Wednesday, Jan. 10

Criminal trespass warning
Western Drive
Caller advised that a named female was on her property and she has a CTW/she already left.

Chukar Drive
Caller advised that her kids and mom are putting caller’s business on Facebook.

Thursday, Jan. 11

Welfare check
Stailey Road -- Gila
Caller advised she hasn’t heard from her 3-year-old granddaughter since Oct. 31/wants deputy to call her back.

Criminal sexual penetration
315 N. Texas Street
Deputy en route to location.

Request officer
Mountain View Drive
Caller requests an emergency DVO against a subject who lives in Las Cruces.

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