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Monday, Aug. 12

Missing persons
SCPD
Walk-in advised a named female is missing.

Welfare check
Little Walnut Road
A 6 or 7-year-old child has not shown up in school or even registered. Officer clear/advised they have been evicted/en route to an address on Alabama/negative contact.

Welfare check
1414 Little Walnut Road
A 6 or 7-year-old child has not shown up for school or even registered. Different names for parents from above entry/Officer had negative contact with anyone at this apartment.

Welfare check
N. Corbin Street
Caller advised a male was chasing him with a machete. Officer requested ambulance for a 45-year-old with stomach pain/negative lights and sirens.

Shoplifting
2150 E. Highway 180
Tall male took a stack of clothing, jeans and shirts. Caller will get video ready/officer ATL.

Assault
3514 Fowler Avenue
Caller from Silver City Care Center advised a patient in the Alzheimer’s unit assaulted another patient.

Welfare check
S. Pinos Altos Street
Caller from Amber Care advised a female client is not answering her door.

Suicide threat
Trail Ridge Road
No report.

Welfare check
N. Silver Street
Caller hasn’t been able to reach a named male in 3-4 months/he’s caller’s tax person.

Accident-property damage
303 N. Bullard Street
Silver Honda and silver Toyota.

Welfare check
711 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised her sister was kicked out of her daughter’s house and was supposed to call caller since 3 p.m./the Drifter refused to tell her which room she was in.

Disturbance
Empire Buffet
Customer is refusing to pay. Customer punched the employee. Caller advised no one needs an ambulance/they are arguing in front by the register.

Unwanted subject
2501 E. Highway 180
A male is there. Officer had contact/Ronnie Carbajal surrendered/one warrant.

Tuesday, Aug. 13

Vehicle burglary
2080 Memory Lane
Caller reporting a stolen cell.

Welfare check
3005 Camino del Bosque
Caller advised his wife is supposed to call him when she got to work but she never called. Officer had contact with female and she made contact with caller.

Disturbance
CYFD – 3078 32nd Street Bypass
A named male punching the building because he was not able to see his kids/he has been noncompliant/he made a statement that he had a weapon and was going to go back/he was very late to the appointment. Officer went traffic with vehicle at Hwy 180 and Durango/now at the McDonald’s parking lot/male is going through something right now/have one in investigative detention.

Welfare check
La Plata Middle School
Caller advised a 16-year-old male is having a mental breakdown and is starting threatening things. Officer advised en route to GRMC.

Welfare check
2709 Leslie Road
Caller advised that people were smoking pot on the other side of the building and someone was sleeping. Officer advised negative contact with anyone outside.

Welfare check
2502 E. Highway 180
Male lying on the ground in front of the building. Officer out with male advising everything is okay/he is intoxicated/management advised it’s okay for him to be there.

Criminal trespass warning
610 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised that a male who has a CTW walked onto the property/he is in the store at this time.

Welfare check
E. College Avenue and Hudson Street
Female sleeping on bridge. Officer out with a female from Deming/clear.

Welfare check
Debby Drive
Caller advised her 25-year-old son just called advising he was feeling suicidal/may be walking down Fowler Avenue/he’s going through a break-up/possibly intoxicated.

Welfare check
N. Swan Street
Male and female were arguing behind Knights of Columbus. Officer had contact with a named male/unknown where subjects went.

Wednesday, Aug. 14

Shooting
1605 W. Market Street
Caller advising his sister-in-law has been shot/advising blood is coming from her arm. Second caller advised she heard a shot by her trailer. Third caller advised she heard a shot and subjects arguing. Officers advised to have medical stage at E and Market/male in black shorts running westbound/clear for EMS to go in/one male in investigative detention.

Suspicious vehicle
3025 E. Highway 180
Motorcycle is chained to their light pole at the front door. Officer clear/store manager will stand by to see if subject goes and picks it up before he tows it out.

Accident-property damage
E. Highway 180 and Durango Street
Two vehicles by the stoplight/silver Dodge Caravan and a brown Blazer/no injuries.

Aggravated assault
Walnut Drive
Caller advised he was taking his dog for a walk and a male came out and stomped his foot at him and his dog and scared both of them/then the male pulled out a knife on him and said, “Do you want some of this?”/he was about 62-years-old.

Welfare check
2501 E. Highway 180
Caller advised a male sitting near Del Taco is sitting on the ground yelling and putting his head down. Officer had negative contact with male/had contact with a named female and she was okay.

Welfare check
2333 Sheriff’s Posse Road
43-year-old named male who was hit by a vehicle and has broken ribs/he is sitting out at Sonic now/stated the vehicle left already/bluish teal pickup. Officers en route to Walgreen’s to see if they have footage/back out at Sonic.

Unwanted subject
2711 Leslie Road
A tenant advised his girlfriend’s boyfriend is in his apartment and will not allow him to go into his own apartment/girlfriend is inside with new boyfriend. Tenant is with manager.

Welfare check
1414 Little Walnut Road
Caller advised they have not heard from his 58-year-old named male friend/he was having medical issues last week/he has seizures/lives alone/cannot get around too good. Caller stated he received a call from his mother who stated the friend was at dialysis.

Stolen motor vehicle
N. Bennett Street
Caller advised a white 2005 Chevy Equinox that has been parked in the area for about seven years has been gone for about an hour/caller believes the vehicle had transmission problems.

Welfare check
W. College Avenue and N. Bullard Street
Female just passed out on the street/he saw her go down on the ground. Officer out with a named female/she does have indefinite CTW for all W&N Enterprises.

Harassment
N. Bennett Street
Advised a neighbor put an AC and a refrigerator right in front of her window.

Welfare check
1100 N. Hudson Street
Caller advised a female is lying down in the doorway to the building and she has a stroller tipped over as well. Female left prior to arrival.

Unwanted subject
El Refugio – 800 S. Robert Street
Caller stated a named female is pacing back and forth outside/she is upset because she was denied services. They want a CTW issued to the female and be advised she needs to stop calling the crisis center because she keeps denying all the services offered to her. Officer had contact with female/one female in unit/en route to Hudson Snappy Mart.

Criminal trespass warning
W. Dorothy Street
Caller wants her sister-in-law re-issued an indefinite CTW/she is not there now.

Intoxicated persons
Market and N. Bullard streets
Caller stated a male with a black backpack broke a beer bottle/he can’t get up and has been lying in the same area for the last six minutes.

Unwanted subject
1304 N. Bennett Street
Caller advised a female is sleeping near the park under a tree/advised she has a baby stroller.

Welfare check
Highway 180 @ Ace Hardware
Male running into traffic headed east on 180. Officer had contact with male on Highway 180 – MM 116 (halfway between Walmart and Uncle Woody’s)/out with a named male.

Shoplifting
1506 N. Silver Heights Blvd.
Advised that a female and male inside the store have concealed makeup and possibly a speaker. Officer did DL check.

Disturbance
N. Bennett Street
Officer was told that two named males and an unknown female pulled up to their residence and . . .

Vehicle accident-injuries
3200 E. Highway 180 and 32nd Street Bypass
No blotter report.

Unwanted subject
206 N. Hudson Street
Male in the parking lot refusing to leave/he is on a bike, which is leaning on the co-worker’s car. Officer advised the named male is on his way now.

Domestic disturbance
Fox Field
Caller said they could hear a male and a female yelling at each other/they have a dog with them. Officer out on N. Swan Street

Domestic disturbance
Newsham Street
Caller advised her daughter was involved in a domestic with a named male this morning and he broke her arm/she was seen at GRMC/he also threw a weapon at her. Officer advised negative on a report for now.

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