Monday, Dec. 7

Mimbres Quail Lane – Upper Mimbres
Caller advised his soon-to-be ex-wife keeps calling threatening to kill his mother/he has her on recording. Deputy on scene.

Suspicious vehicle
Highway 180 – MM 120 (between Uncle Woody’s Flea Market and Highway 152 junction)
Vehicle secure/blown out tire/clear.

Suspicious vehicle
Fierro Road
Deputy advised someone will respond when it is light out.

Unwanted subject
11072 W. Highway 180
Caller would like the ex-boyfriend of his ex-wife removed from the property. Deputies advised they will stand by while he removes items from the home/taking male to Rio de Arenas.

Main Street – Pinos Altos
Caller advised her landlord is outside yelling and banging on the door/it is an ongoing issue/she will pepper-spray her if she makes entry into the place. Caller advised the female threatened to kill her and her boyfriend yesterday.

11820 Highway 180
Have video from Sunday, Jan. 6, regarding three candy bars and fruit.

Chuck’s Folly – Cliff
Caller advised that her daughter and son-in-law have been fighting since last night. The male was not allowing her to leave with the kids today. Caller and daughter are at address.

Reckless driver
Highway 180 – MM 116 (1 mile east of Walmart)
Caller advised while en route to GCDC he has a reckless driver in a white 2008 Pontiac. NMSP officer advised he went traffic with vehicle on Highway 180 @ Shell and everything is okay.

Tuesday, Jan. 8

Breaking and entering
North Hurley Road
Caller advised someone broke into his house/his partner went in to take a shower and she found muddy footprints in the bathtub and on the wall.

Wednesday, Jan. 9

Welfare check
Welsh Street – Arenas Valley
A named female is texting caller suggesting she is having suicidal ideations. Deputy had contact advising negative on any suicidal ideations.

Welfare check
Noonday Canyon Road – San Lorenzo
On a 63-year-old female. Deputy had contact advising she is okay, and will call caller back.

Camino Tolteca
Female was yelling at deceased boyfriend’s 1997 turquoise Pontiac Sunfire. Deputy advised clear/everything is okay/female advised unknown where the scream came from/she is worried about the vehicle/set up frequent patrol for one month.

Domestic disturbance
Artcher Road
Caller advised a male is beating up a female/caller just keeps yelling and screaming/will not calm down to answer questions. Older female vs her son.

Welfare check
Morales Road – Arenas Valley
Daughter called caller from this address and was too hysterical to understand. Deputy had contact advising everything is okay/daughter had a verbal argument with a friend and she will be moving out.

Suspicious vehicle
Country and Rosedale roads
Deputy had contact advising they got lost trying to get to Mountain View.

Thursday, Jan. 10

Accident-property damage
N. Swan Street
Caller advised she hit her landlord’s house with her vehicle on Sunday.

Criminal sexual penetration
Occurred six years ago. Deputy responded.

W. Highway 180 – Mangas Valley
Two subjects in a red Suburban beat up a male in the middle of the roadway/he appears dazed and bleeding. Deputy advised male is being transported to GRMC/en route to try to get a statement.

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