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 Monday, Aug. 12

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Laguna del Oso -- San Lorenzo
Piece of equipment was damaged.

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
Casas Grandes Road – Hanover
Caller advised someone tried to break into his motorhome.

Domestic disturbance
Briarwood Drive
Caller advised her boyfriend is under the influence of something and she’s afraid/she is locked in her bedroom with her toddler/he’s saying he hears voices and is trying to get into the bedroom/has not gotten physical.

Unwanted subject
Racetrack Road – Arenas Valley
Caller advised he got into an altercation with his cousin and now the cousin is outside and is refusing to leave/he is on foot and has been drinking. Caller disconnected. Deputy advised clear from here/ATL named male.

Stolen motor vehicle
70 Truck Bypass
Caller advised that her son’s girlfriend stole his vehicle. Deputy had contact with caller who advised she sees her vehicle at La Plata Mobile Park. Deputies out at a Cinc address.

Reckless driver
Highway 90 – MM 13
Deputy went traffic with vehicle on Highway 90 at Calvary Chapel.

Fight
Western Drive
Two males. Caller is not answering questions/advising one male is cut up and the other was on the ground. R1 staging in area of Highway 180 and Western Drive.

Tuesday, Aug. 13

Domestic disturbance
Highway 15 – Pinos Altos
A named male is abusing his three young daughters. Male is on narcotics and hitting his kids/he has a scanner. Deputy arrived on scene/spoke with neighbors/negative contact.

Criminal damage to property
Pony Express Road – Tyrone
Security camera was damaged next door. Deputy had contact with caller.

Robbery
E. Highway 180
Caller advised a named male grabbed her purse. Male thinks caller stole his EBT card. Left in gold Ford.

Unwanted subject
Turner Road
Male just crawled over their fence/he is going toward caller’s house. Deputies on scene walking the creek/could not find any subjects in the area.

Fight
Arenas Valley Road
Two males fighting over a screen for a cell phone/someone has a gun. The aggressive male did say he is not afraid of the cops/open line/deputy is heard in the background.

Harassment
Cottage San and Artcher roads
Caller advised a father of a student was holding up the bus. Deputy had contact with a named male who advised he was upset that his roommate’s sons had to walk home today/one of the boys had forgotten his phone and exited the bus to retrieve it/the bus driver did not allow him back on the bus according to bus rules. Male was afraid the boy would be kidnapped and taken to a child abduction ring. Male was very upset stating that he knew . . .

Criminal trespass
Cottage San Road
Caller advised horses were being ridden on her property without her permission. Deputy had contact with rider and rider was issued an indefinite CTW for caller’s address.

Wednesday, Aug. 14

Breaking and entering
Casas Grandes Road – Hanover
Someone attempted to break into his motorhome. Caller wants a deputy to return to take pictures as they said they would. Caller was advised a deputy would call to set up a time.

Fraud/embezzlement
Chaparral Drive – Upper Mimbres
Subjects who called him from Publishers Clearing House to advise they were on their way to his house with his winnings, however, he needs to go to the post office and get a money order for $399.99 and send it to them to pay off the taxes. Deputy had contact with caller who stated he believes someone was trying to defraud him by claiming he was a PCH winner. He believed it to be fictitious.

Welfare check
Grandview Road
Caller advised she got home and heard her brother yelling and screaming/caller got scared and did not know if someone was there hurting him. Caller advised brother got stung by a wasp. Deputy had contact/child is okay.

Welfare check
Mobile Drive
Caller said the female seems ‘out of it.’ Caller is concerned because his car was broken into recently. Deputy had contact on Ridge and Mobile and is escorting to Ridge and Pheasant.

Thursday, Aug. 15

Battery
Grand Mesa
A named individual punched caller in the face/caller sounds extremely intoxicated/caller refused medical. SCPD officers had contact at Plata and Ridge. Deputy advised 28-year-old male with jaw pain/highly intoxicated/EMS will be transporting/deputy out at a Grand Mesa address.

Welfare check
Highway 180 and Kirkland Road – Arenas Valley
Caller advised a male is walking on the shoulder carrying a lot of bags. Deputy had contact advising clear/male does not want to talk to officer.

Battery
Adams Lane – Arenas Valley
Can hear a female screaming for help. Upon callback, can still hear female screaming. Called a second time/negative contact/phone just rings. Deputy had contact with both parties/advised everything is okay.

Game and Fish
Meadow Hawk Lane – Arenas Valley
Caller advised a deer was stuck in her fence/she did get it out but both legs are broken. Deputy spoke to caller who stated the deer was gone. Deputy took a look, and indeed the deer was gone.

Criminal trespass warning
North Hurley Road – 10:30 a.m.
Caller wants an indefinite CTW issued to a female who is at her house.

Domestic disturbance
Tiger Lode
Caller advised his ex-partner is blocking him in and not allowing him to leave. Caller would not give his address/could hear him arguing with his girlfriend trying to make her leave. Deputy advised can’t get to gate and no one is responding.

Unwanted subject
North Hurley Road – 7 p.m.
A named female is on the property and caller wants her issued a CTW.

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