Monday, Sept. 30

Welfare check
Highway 356 – Hanover
Caller, a truant officer for Cobre High, is requesting a deputy to assist in a welcheck on a 17-year-old female who missed school again today, and believes she has been abusing her grandma.

Ridge Road
Caller advised that a lady, she was trying to release a car, hit caller/refused medical. Deputy had negative contact with vehicle.

Welfare check
2 Kirkland Road
Named, naked male lying on the ground/he is standing up now but his pants are all the way down. Second caller advised the same.

Little Walnut Road
Caller advised her medication was stolen from her luggage while she was at a wedding in Faywood, two of which are controlled substances.

Unwanted subject
RDA Trailer Park
Male in a gray Tacoma cursed at another tenant. Deputy put out ATL to Tri-City.

Criminal trespass
RDA Trailer Park
Caller wanted deputies to make entry into an unoccupied trailer and clear it, due to juveniles and adults partying. Deputy advised units clear/set up heavy patrol for next three months.

Welfare check
Whispering Hills
Caller advising a named male just threatened to kill her over a Facebook message/advised she knows the male has a rifle, several pistols, and a crossbow/he lives with his parents.

Tuesday, Oct. 1

Suspicious vehicle
S. Highway 90 and Separ Road
Deputy advised car on a tow dolly with two flat tires.

Weapons fired
Rio de Arenas Road
Caller advised she heard three shots. NMSP officer had contact with subjects outside of Mike’s Tires who advised they hadn’t heard anything. Deputy advised everything is okay at the KOA/clear/had negative contact with anything.

Wednesday, Oct. 2

Welfare check
Santa Rita Mine Road – Vanadium
Caller advised her 92-year-old friend called at midnight and caller missed the call. Caller tried to call her back and the line was busy. Deputy advised will be clear/has contact through the window/advising she just keeps yelling at him to leave/appears to be okay.

RDA Mobile Home Park
Walk-in advised a 9mm Smith was stolen.

Welfare check
Racetrack Road – Arenas Valley
Caller advised her 12-year-old daughter has been in the hospital a week and she hasn’t seen her in a week and a half/believes she is with her father. Deputies advised an indefinite CTW was issued to a named individual for a Racetrack Road address.

Weapons fired
H.L. Watkins Road
Caller thinks she just heard three shots/she heard three shots yesterday as well. Caller believes one shot hit her residence and she is scared. Deputy had contact with caller.

Unknown category
Unknown location
Caller advised two calves were taken from his pasture/he can see where they cut his fence and went in with ATVs.

Domestic disturbance
Iglesia Street – Fierro
Caller is intoxicated, advising she’s been ‘beat up one too many times’ and feels like she needs to go elsewhere. Deputy went to the address and knocked and announced his presence several times with negative contact/clear.

Thursday, Oct. 3

Weapons fired
Eddie Ward Way
Caller advised he heard three gunshots. Deputies ATL/had contact with a female walking her dog and she . . .

Reckless driver
Mangas Valley and Redrock roads
Deputies went traffic with vehicle at Highway 180 and Mangas Road.

Welfare check
Whiskey Creek Airport Road
A tenant has not answered his door in about a week. Deputy had contact with male/he is okay.

Walk-in advised that four legs to scaffolding may have been taken from his vacant house.

Bataan Memorial Park
Caller advised juvies are in the parking lot peeling out and being loud and obnoxious.

Reckless driver
Rosedale Road and Burke Loop
There is a white pickup and the subjects are being drug on a rope and a wooden pallet and there are subjects in the bed of the pickup. Deputies advised they have contact.

Welfare check
Cuprite Court – Tyrone
Caller advised her daughter’s 13-year-old friend went over, and she did not want to go home with her guardian, as her guardian is drunk and throwing things at the child/guardian is very intoxicated/child has a cut on her toe and beer all over her clothes. Caller did go over to guardian’s house and guardian is highly intoxicated/child is scared she will . . .

Unwanted subject
Cottonwood Road
Caller advised a named male broke the handle to her house trying to get in and he is outside right now/he may be intoxicated/she is unsure where he is now/she can’t hear him anymore. Deputy advised units in the area ATL.

11772 E. Highway 180 and Racetrack Road
Caller is by New Mexico Pole Line/the car hit his semi and the car rolled/driver is still in the car/another car just hit his semi/no one is trapped. EMS1 advised to put Native Air on standby.

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